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Cards light up scoreboard against Vikings
October 6, 2005
After running out to a 16-0 lead, the Eudora Cardinals made their first and only mistake of the night against the Central Heights Vikings. Quarterback Gus Wertz connected on a 36-yard pass to receiver Tony Wilson, a pass which burned the Eudora secondary, and just for a moment the Vikings were a part of the game trailing just 16-6. But on the ensuing kickoff, Nolan Smith made it loud and clear the Vikings had had their moment. The senior took the ball and raced 83 yards for a touchdown, a 24-6 lead and no doubt about the outcome as Eudora went on to crush the Vikings 61-6 on homecoming night.
Eudora keeps up hot streak, wins second game
October 6, 2005
After hanging tough Thursday against 5A powerhouse Ottawa, the Eudora Cardinals made it two out of three with a 2-1 overtime win Monday at Perry-Lecompton. Sophomore Logan Hartpence capped a two-goal day just minutes into the overtime session, as he curled a corner kick from the right side into the Kaws’ net.
Raises rare for USD 491 administrators
October 6, 2005
Eudora West Elementary Principal Rod Moyer’s deployment to the Middle East accounted for a 10-percent increase in district administrative salaries for the 2005-2006 school year.
Re-imagining downtown
Draft concepts important to inspire support for grant application
October 6, 2005
As citizens roamed the streets enjoying the sights and sounds of Saturday’s EudoraFest, they could have been in for a treat— a sneak peak at a possible future for downtown.
Dramatic win earns Webb honor
October 6, 2005
Kyle Brouhard was the hero, weaving 20 yards for the go-ahead touchdown in the game’s final seconds. But Brouhard wasn’t the only Cardinal to attract a bit of attention following Eudora’s 26-20 win over Anderson County Sept. 23. Coach Gregg Webb was awarded the Kansas City Chiefs Coach of the Week honors last Thursday as the team prepared for practice.
The Fly Route
October 6, 2005
Girls defend Trailblazer title
October 6, 2005
It was another repeat performance for the Eudora girls cross country team at the Trailblazer Invitational Thursday in Gardner. Anderson County, Santa Fe Trail and Gardner-Edgerton were among the squads that couldn’t keep up with the Eudora girls as they navigated the twisting woodland course in rural Johnson County for their second Trailblazer title.
Can’t we all just get along?
October 6, 2005
Mass transit could be vital to Eudora’s future
October 6, 2005
Elizabeth Alvarez
October 6, 2005
Clara E. “Becky” Ott
1925-2005
October 6, 2005
Hazel Hunter
1916-2005
October 6, 2005
Edith H. Metcalf Cordell
1916-2005
October 6, 2005
School calendar
October 6, 2005
Community calendar
October 6, 2005
Local doc returns from hurricane relief
October 6, 2005
For Dr. Peter Bock, the relief of coming home mixes with the enormity of where he’s been. Here buildings have windows intact. Traffic flows smoothly. Finding food or gas isn’t a struggle.He doesn’t see glazed eyes or utter destruction. He can rest. But in the parishes of Louisiana near Lake Pontchartrain where he’s spent the last two weeks, things are different.
Another wonderful weekend
Clouds, rain can’t keep EudoraFest from flying high
October 6, 2005
Eudora’s festival of leaves didn’t fall short.The draw of the ninth annual EudoraFest filled Main Street Saturday with droves of people. When the rains came down in a drizzle down late in the day, many had already experienced a full taste of the festivities.
Volleyball keeps domination dialed up
October 6, 2005
Tuesday was another night of wins for the Eudora Cardinal volleyball team at Central Heights. The team swept a league quadrangular featuring Anderson County, Spring Hill and the host Vikings, but it wasn’t the fire and brimstone dominance that has been on display in recent Cardinal outings.
Big win sets up title tilt against De Soto
October 6, 2005
When the Eudora offense takes the field Friday against their Kansas Highway 10 rivals, the De Soto Wildcats, the question will be which offense is it going to show up? In the five wins the Cardinals have racked up this year, the one ingredient missing from the offense has been consistency.
Days Gone By
October 6, 2005
Grandparents’ Day good sharing past
October 6, 2005