Daily Archives: May 18, 2014

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Kansas City, Kan., Public Schools
Monday, May 19
Corn dogs or yogurt, cheese and muffin, glazed carrots, celery sticks and grapes.
Tuesday, May 20
Chic’ penne with breadstick or yogurt, cheese and muffin, green beans, romaine salad and mango fruit cup.
Wednesday, May 21
Chicken quesadilla or yogurt, cheese and muffin, black bean salsa with chips, broccoli, cauliflower with ranch, and kiwi with strawberries.
Thursday, May 22
Sloppy Joe sandwich or yogurt, cheese and muffin, confetti fries, romaine salad, strawberry frozen fruit treat.
Friday, May 23
Max sticks with sauce or yogurt, cheese and muffin, baby carros with ranch, broccoli and cheese,and fruited Jell-O.
Other entrée alternatives daily: mini chef with roll or mini fruit salad with muffin.

Turner Public Schools
Monday, May 19
Manager’s choice, fruit and veggie bar.
Tuesday, May 20
Manager’s choice, fruit and veggie bar.
Wednesday, May 21
School’s out for summer.
Summer feeding program, breakfast and lunch, June 2-July 10, Mondays through Thursdays at Turner High School and Junction Elementary School.

Piper Public Schools
Monday, May 19
Chicken and waffles; corn dog, oven fries, broccoli with dip, orange smiles and fruit; turkey chef salad, peas, orange smiles, fruit and corn muffin.
Tuesday, May 20
Chicken nuggets; grilled cheese sandwich, garden salad, bean bake, pineapple, fresh fruit.
Wednesday, May 21-Thursday, May 22
Early dismissal.
Friday, May 23
No school.

Bonner Springs Public Schools
Monday, May 19
Chicken and waffles; corn dog, oven fries, broccoli with dip, orange smiles, fruit; turkey chef salad, peas, orange smiles, fruit and corn muffin.
Tuesday, May 20
Chicken nuggets; super nachos, garden salad, easy bean bake, pineapple, fruit; fajita chicken salad, bean bake, pineapple, fruit and tortilla chips.
Wednesday, May 21
Early dismissal.
Thursday, May 22
No school.

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The Kansas City T-Bones used a strong defensive outing and timely hitting in Saturday night’s 6-2 win over the Lincoln Saltdogs at CommunityAmerica Ballpark in Kansas City, Kan.

More than once the defense came up big, keeping the Saltdogs from clawing back in it, but one stood out in particular. The Saltdogs were threatening with the bases loaded and nobody out in the seventh, when T-Bones reliever Zach Fowler snagged a liner from Kevin Howard and tossed it over to third for the double play. Fowler then struck out the final batter and got out of the seventh-inning jam.

In spite of getting only six hits off Lincoln pitchers, the T-Bones cracked the scoreboard with two runs off only one hit. Right fielder Bryan Sabatella smoked a leadoff single through the left side and scored when left fielder T.J. Mittelstaedt reached on a fielder’s choice. Third baseman Nick Giarraputo was hit by a pitch and scored the second run of the inning on a ground out.

Kansas City tacked on two more runs in the fourth on a pair of singles from Sabatella and Robby Kuzdale, and took a 4-1 lead over the Saltdogs. Sabatella and Kuzdale were the only T-Bones players with more than one hit. They had two apiece. Kuzdale scored Kansas City’s first earned run of the game in the seventh, on a base hit to center by Danny Richar.

Pat Doyle (1-0) struck out two, gave up two runs and nine hits, in five innings.

With the win, the T-Bones now have their first winning record of the year at 2-1. They finish a four-game homestand against Lincoln on Sunday night at 5:05. Tickets are available by calling the Providence Medical Center Box Office at CommunityAmerica Ballpark at 913-328-5618.

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