It’s a cool October night in Overland Park, Kan., a suburb 20 miles South of Kansas City.
Walking into Red Robin in his basketball shorts and white t-shirt, this shaggy-haired teenager looks as unassuming as any kid roaming the halls of a high school.
He sits down on the back patio, orders a water and briefly talks about the workout he has just finished, his second of the day.
Then, for almost two hours Clayton Custer, a senior at Blue Valley Northwest High School, describes everything from where his love of basketball originated to the source of his inner drive to succeed.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — For the third year in a row, the No. 2 Northwest Missouri State Bearcats (9-0) close out the regular season by taking on the No. 18 Missouri Western State Griffons (7-2) on the MIAA Television Network.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Two of the best football teams in all of Division II will meet Saturday afternoon at Bearcat Stadium.
It’s No. 2 Northwest Missouri State (7-0) hosting No. 10 Washburn (7-0), and there’s bound to be some fireworks with both of these offenses averaging more than 44 points per game.
In the tough MIAA conference where wins are at a premium, both the Ichabods of Washburn and Bearcats of Northwest Missouri State have battled their way through the season to set the stage for this game.
K-State leaves the field together arm-in-arm after their 35-12 victory over West Virginia.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Behind Jake Waters’ big fourth quarter, the Kansas State Wildcats were able to pull away from the West Virginia Mountaineers by a final score of 35-12 to pick up their first Big 12 conference win of the season.
Welch Stadium on the campus of Emporia State University. (Photo courtesy of ESUHornets.com)
EMPORIA, Kan. – Saturday’s MIAA Game of the Week features a classic David vs. Goliath showdown, as the undefeated Emporia State Hornets welcome the Southwest Baptist Bearcats to Welch Stadium.