High School: Friday Football Fever week 4

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Here are the games KSN is following for week 4 of Friday Football Fever. Click above to see the games we highlighted during our sportscast. And football fans! You can tweet us highlights of your own at @KSNSports3. Download the KSN News App and stay up-to-date...
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Salina Journal

Mistakes compound for Salina South as Derby rolls, 77-7

The Salina South Cougars will have to go back to the drawing board after they suffered a 77-7 drubbing Friday night at Salina Stadium to Class 6A powerhouse Derby. The Cougars, who fell to 1-3 overall and 1-2 in Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Division I, were overmatched from the start by the Panthers (3-0, 2-0), going three-and-out five consecutive times to begin the game.
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Synthetic starch can be made in lab 8.5 times more efficiently than in nature, potentially revolutionary Chinese study reveals

Chinese scientists have developed an industrial process to produce starch from carbon dioxide. If successfully scaled-up, it may free up farmland currently used to grow plants like maize and potatoes. Starch is a substance that plants produce from carbon dioxide and sunlight to store energy through a complex metabolic process....

Official Photos of the Nike Dunk High 1985 “Yellow Acid Wash”

To release alongside the “Red Acid Wash” and “Black Acid Wash” pairs, Nike will also be launching a “Yellow Acid Wash” colorway – all staying true to the OG Dunk shape. Dressed in a Black and Varsity Maize color scheme. This offering of the Nike Dunk High features a Black...
Scarlet Nation

Under The Lights: Previewing Big Games For Michigan Commits

Most of Michigan Wolverines football's 2022 commitments will be in action Friday night. Here is a preview of this weekend's games for the Maize and Blue's pledges:.'s EJ Holland is in the New Orleans area to watch Ponchatoula (La.) three-star Notre Dame athlete commit Amorion Walker, who is strongly considering the Wolverines.

Get Lost In This Epic Corn Maze On Burbank Boulevard

When fall comes around, big orange pumpkins tend to get all the glory and as much as we love the see of glowing gourds for the spooky season, we feel the beautiful yellow maize patches deserve some attention too. One of our favorites is the Tapia Brothers Farm’s corn maze. This gigantic patch of corn is transformed into a magical maze where kids and adults alike get to solve trivia questions and navigate through the towering stalks in a quest for a cash prize.

At’l Do Farms Corn Maize now open with a new look

LUBBOCK, Texas – Some exciting news, At’l Do Farms is open from now until November for the whole family to enjoy with a new look. From pumpkins, rides and yummy food there is a lot to enjoy all outside. Make sure you take a look at where their new parking lot is on the east side and enjoy this colder weather too!
Washington Post

4 corn mazes near D.C. that offer outsized outdoor fun

As leaves transform into a fiery array of reds, yellows and oranges, autumn announces its arrival — and it’s time for some fall fun. Corn mazes offer outsized outdoor play, where it’s easy to social distance and enjoy energetic family time. These four farms work with professional maze makers — either the Maize in Utah or Idaho’s Mazeplay — to refine the gargantuan images etched into the cornfields, create the map and make the trails. This ensures epic adventures designed to test everyone’s wits.

Lose yourself (literally) in these fun corn mazes around San Diego

SAN DIEGO — Fall has arrived, if you can believe it, and some of your favorite activities to celebrate the season are popping back up around San Diego. That includes corn mazes — a great source of family fun that can also prove a satisfying challenge. When it’s time to head out and get lost in the maize (sorry), look no further than these local spots.

Bed Bug Imposters

There are a number of bugs that are sometimes mistaken for bed bugs. Whether its because they simply resemble the notorious pests, or they act like them – roaming around beds and/or biting people – the following have all understandably been called “bed bug imposters.”. Bat Bugs. Bed bugs and...

Efficiency, Collapse, And Elisabeth Shue In A Bathing Suit

Guest post from John Wilder at Wilder, Wealthy, Wise. “Maybe I’ll see if the reindeers like meat this year” – Aqua Teen Hunger Force. A herd of cows, a flock of sheep, a treason of Democrats. I’ve been writing a lot about efficiency recently, and this is probably my last...

Get Lost in the Fairy Tales and Folklore -- Corn Maze at Lattin Farms

This year’s theme of the corn maze at Lattin Farms is Fairy Tales and Folklore, and it can be enjoyed during the farm’s Fall Festival every Saturday from September 25 through October 30 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., as well as every Friday beginning October 1 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Dodge City Daily Globe

DCHS: Lady Demons golf finish 3rd

The Lady Demon golf team finished 3rd at the Andover Invitational played at Crestview Country Club. They were led by Ashlyn Armstrong with a score of 93. Other scores were Tiley Fry 99, Cassidy Bockelman 102, Tori Gonzalez 105, Reanna Bartlett-Konrade 113 and Charlee Bitler 124. Crestview is a challenging course with fast greens, numerous trees and well-placed water hazards. The team played well considering they had never played the course before. The Lady Demons next tournament is at Buffalo Dunes in Garden City.