Daily Archives: April 20, 2014

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Kansas City, Kan., Public Schools
Monday, April 21
Cheese enchilada or yogurt, cheese and muffin, curly fries, romaine salad and apple half.

Tuesday, April 22
Grilled chicken sandwich or yogurt, cheese and muffin, sweep potatoes, broccoli and cheese, and pears.

Wednesday, April 23
Chicken nuggets with roll or yogurt, cheese and muffin, corn cobbette, carrots and celery sticks, strawberries and mango.

Thursday, April 24
Lasagna bake with breadstick or yogurt, cheese and muffin, romaine salad, oval hash brown and banana.

Friday, April 25
Mini corn dogs or yogurt, cheese and muffin, baked beans, veggie, fruit.

Other entrée alternatives served daily include mini chef with roll and mini fruit salad with muffin.

Turner Public Schools
Monday, April 21
French toast with chicken nuggets or ham and cheese sandwich.

Tuesday, April 22
Chicken nuggets or breaded beef sticks.

Wednesday, April 23
Spaghetti with meatballs or crispy chicken on bun.

Thursday, April 24
Taco salad, churro, or quesadilla, chicken or cheese.

Friday, April 25
Cheeseburger on bun, or grilled bacon and cheese sandwich.

Turner additional lunch entrée choices include yogurt-cheese-muffin basket or peanut butter and jelly basket. Fruit and veggie bar offered with lunch.

Piper Public Schools
Monday, April 21
Hot dog on bun with mac and cheese; chicken patty on bun, peas, cherry tomatoes, broccoli slaw, peaches, fruit; turkey chef salad, cherry tomatoes, peaches, fruit and corn muffin.

Tuesday, April 22
Super nachos; soft tacos, garden salad, barbecued bacon beans, strawberry banana mix and fruit; fajita chicken salad, barbecued bacon beans, strawberry banana mix, fruit and tortilla chips.

Wednesday, April 23
Chicken patty – grilled chicken; roast turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, broccoli carrot mix, tropical fruit, fruit, roll; Caesar chef salad, baby carrots with dip, torpical fruit, fruit and roll.

Thursday, April 24
Ham and cheese calzone; cheeseburger, sweet potato fries, steamed broccoli, pears, and fruit; popcorn chicken salad, peas, pears, fruit and roll.

Friday, April 25
Pepperoni pizza; peanut butter and jelly with yogurt, spinach salad, red pepper rings, corn, apple and fruit; ham chef salad, corn, apple, fruit, and fruit muffin.

Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Public Schools
Monday, April 21
Hot dog on bun with mac and cheese; chicken patty on a bun, peas, cherry tomatoes, broccoli slaw, peaches and fruit; turkey chef salad, cherry tomatoes, peaches, fruit and corn muffin.

Tuesday, April 22
Super nachos; soft tacos, garden salad, barbecued bacon beans, strawberry banana mix and fruit; fajita chicken salad, barbecued bacon beans, strawberry banana mix, fruit and tortilla chips.

Wednesday, April 23
Chicken patty – grilled chicken; roast turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, broccoli carrot mix, tropical fruit, fruit and roll; Caesar chef salad, baby carrots with dip, tropical fruit, fruit and roll.

All menus from all districts subject to change.

Dom Dwyer

Sporting Kansas City moved atop the Eastern Conference standings with a 4-0 victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday at Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kan.

Forward Dom Dwyer scored twice in the win and how has four goals in his past four games as he moves into a tie for third place among MLS scoring leaders.

Aurelien Collin also added a goal, his second of the season and 15th of his Sporting KC career to break a tie with Jose Luis Burciaga, Jr. for the second most goals scored by a defender in club history behind Jimmy Conrad (17).

The four-goal win matches the Impact’s largest margin of defeat in the team’s three-year MLS history and extends Sporting Kansas City’s unbeaten streak to five games in 2014.
The visiting Impact were held to only three shots on the night, all coming in the first half, as Sporting Kansas City lowered its league-leading goals against average to 0.67 per game with the team’s third clean sheet of the 2014 campaign.

The defensive play of the game came from Collin in the 14th minute after Montreal countered down the right flank. Felipe Martins led the two-on-one break and found forward Marco Di Vaio in the middle of the area. The designated player’s first-time shot from 10 yards out was cleared in front of the goal line by Collin and Eric Kronberg recovered in time to save Collen Warner’s foliow-up effort from the top of the box.

Sporting Kansas City responded in the 26th minute. Lawrence Olum, inserted into the lineup in place of the suspended Oriol Rosell, forced a turnover inside midfield and Benny Feilhaber threaded a pass between two Impact defenders to Sal Zizzo. Montreal goalkeeper Troy Perkins was forced off his line to intervene and made a sliding stop to thwart the attack.

Five minutes later, the home side took the 1-0 lead in front of a standing-room only crowd of more than 20,000, the team’s 40th straight MLS sell out at Sporting Park dating back to 2012. Matt Besler’s throw-in from the left sideline was challenged between Olum and Calum Mallace with the ball deflecting off the Impact midfielder and looping over Perkins inside the far post.

It was the first goal scored by Sporting KC in a first half this season, but it was the second half in which Peter Vermes’ side asserted its control on the match. In the 67th minute, Feilhaber intercepted a pass from Patrice Bernier and delivered another well-weighted through ball for Dwyer behind the Impact backline. Perkins was again alert to cut down the angle and blocked the chip with his face before then making a second save in short succession on the rebound.

A throw-in from Besler set up the second goal of the match, as well. The initial header from Collin led to a scramble inside the penalty area before the two-time MLS All-Star let loose a left-footed effort that beat Perkins at the near post for the club’s first goal from outside the penalty area this season.

Less than three minutes later, the lead stretched to 3-0. Graham Zusi’s free kick was chased down by Jacob Peterson in the right corner and sent into the box where Collin left it for Dwyer to hammer home with a sliding finish from six yards out. Peterson, a second-half substitute,  now has a goal or assist in each of his nine professional seasons.

Dwyer would continue his strong start to the season with his second goal of the game in the 86th minute. Zusi delivered a cross to Dwyer, positioned between Maxim Tissot and Karl Ouimette, and the third-year pro directed his header under Perkins for the game’s exclamation point prior to exiting to a standing ovation.

Sporting Kansas City will next travel to take on the New England Revolution (2-3-2, 8 points) at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday live on KMCI and SKCTV.

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