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Rugby is a fast-moving, high contact sport that originated in England and is now popular all across the world.

Kansas City Blues Rugby Football Club Triumph in Home Opener

James Hamilton, Staff Writer
September 25, 2023

  In a thrilling match that kept fans on the edge of their seats, the Kansas City Blues Rugby Football Club emerged victorious with a final score of 27-11.    The Kansas City Blues RFC (35) kicked off their season as they hosted Wisconsin RFC (14) in their first home...

Photo accredited to Brandon Parigo

UMKC Strikes Deal with Chiefs

Zayin Barnes, Managing Editor
September 15, 2023

The Kansas City Chiefs and UMKC announced an official partnership on Sept 6, the school announced. The collaboration offers growth for student success and recruitment.   The five-year agreement provides leadership, mentorship and career-shadowing opportunities as well as scholarships....

Kansas Speedway signage outside the track.

Who to Watch in NASCAR’s Visit to Kansas Speedway

Alex Anderson, Staff Writer
May 7, 2023

Last year, 23XI Racing, a team owned by basketball legend Michael Jordan and three-time Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin, swept both Kansas races with drivers Kurt Busch and Bubba Wallace.   Busch ended his full-time NASCAR career due to a concussion he suffered last July...

The Kansas City Roos mens golf team posing with the Summit League trophy.

Kansas City has wild comeback to win at Summit League tournament

Cristian Martinez, Sports Editor
May 2, 2023

 The Kansas City Roos men’s golf team won the Summit League championship and will head to the 2023 NCAA regionals.     After three rounds from April 30 to May 2 in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Roos reeled off a victory on a historic performance from sophomore, Summit League...

A look at Childrens Mercy Park.

Kansas City Shuts out Orlando at Home

Gunnar Boughan, Staff Writer
May 1, 2023

The Kansas City Current found their first win of the young regular season against the Orlando Pride on April 23  at Children’s Mercy Park.    After a rough start to the season, the Current pulled away with a comfortable two-goal win against the Pride.    The Current...

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