Former Wichita State guard Clevin Hannah and senior-to-be Gabe Blair were arrested early Sunday morning on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct.
Blair was arrested at 2 a.m. at 126 N. Mosley, where Club Indigo is located. Hannah, who declined comment when reached Monday, was arrested soon after at 100 N. Mosley.
WSU coach Gregg Marshall said Blair told him that he did not leave the area quickly enough when asked by police. "He assured me it was very minor," Marshall said. "Obviously it was more than that in the police's minds. I'm gathering information."
* Former Wichita Collegiate and Wichita Independent basketball player Quincy Taylor has signed with Alabama-Birmingham. Taylor, a 6-foot-1, 190-pound guard, played last season at Fishburne Academy in Waynesboro, Va.
* A company run by former Dallas Mavericks owner Ross Perot Jr. is suing the club, alleging that it's insolvent or verging on insolvency.
According to The Dallas Morning News, Hillwood Investment Properties III Ltd. sued Dallas Basketball Ltd. Monday, alleging the Mavericks lost $50 million in the fiscal year ended June 30. Hillwood also alleges the club has lost $273 million since Mark Cuban bought a majority stake in the team in 2000 from Perot, who retains a minority stake.
The Butler-Coffeyville game to determine a qualifying spot for this week's Region VI tournament was postponed Monday by wet grounds. It has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. today at El Dorado's McDonald Stadium. Coffeyville must win twice to qualify. Hutchinson's qualifying game at Johnson County was also postponed and will be made up at 11:30 a.m. today at Lawrence Free State High.
Wichitan Diandra Milliner defended her Level 10 vault championship and won a second national championship in floor exercise at the USA Gymnastics national meet over the weekend in Dallas. Her winning score was 9.95 in the vault and 9.65 in floor exercise. She competes out of Folger's Gymnastics as does Rachael Morrison, who finished ninth in vault and 15th in all-around in the Senior C division.
A 12-year-old boy has become the youngest bowler to earn money at a Professional Bowlers Association event — but he can't spend that cash right away.
Kamron Doyle of Brentwood, Tenn., finished 30th in the PBA's Canton (Ga.) Open Regional tournament Sunday, receiving $400 that will be deposited into a scholarship account.
Bowling as a non-PBA member, he had a 2,797 13-game pinfall total for a 215.1 average.
LPGA golfer Erica Blasberg died Sunday in a Las Vegas suburb according to police and her agent.
Henderson police spokesman Keith Paul said Monday that authorities were investigating the 25-year-old Blasberg's death. It was not immediately clear whether foul play was involved.
Paul said police responded to a 911 call and were dispatched to Blasberg's suburban three-bedroom house around 3 p.m. on Sunday. Paul declined to say who made the call, saying it was part of the investigation.
Blasberg's agent, Chase Callahan, confirmed her death but declined to provide details because of the investigation.