There has been more than a century of high-school football played in Wichita, stretching all the way back to when Wichita High went 1-0 in 1894, up until today, with nine teams competing in the City League.
The high costs have left average, everyday Kansas City fans facing an unpleasant decision: Shell out historically high sums of money for World Series tickets or risk missing out on something that — if history is any indication — might not happen again for a very long time.
I’m trying to think of one retired senator or congressman from Kansas who actually lives here. They say they want to fight for Kansas values, but then when they retire Kansas isn’t good enough for them. It’s news when our beloved Bob Dole comes back to visit.