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Piper results

Piper High School – varsity girls basketball at Eudora (Paola-Eudora Tournament)
– 1st round vs. St. James – Piper won 45-31
– Semi-final tonight at Paola 5 p.m. (vs. Harrisonville)

Piper High School – varsity boys basketball at Hutamaki Tournament (DeSoto)
– 3:30 pm vs. Gardner-Edgerton

Piper High School – boys swimming at Capitol Federal Natatorium (Hayden)

– From Doug Key, Piper High School activities director

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Piper results

Piper High School – basketball at Ottawa

– Boys
– Piper varsity lost 65-67 (OT)
– Piper junior varsity lost 39-47
– Piper 9th won 50-36
– Girls
– Piper varsity won 73-31
– Piper junor varsity won 53-25
– Piper 9th lost 19-36

– From Doug Key, Piper High School activities director

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At the Piper Craft Show

Mary Kobe Peterson, left, and Stephanie Stimac, right, staffed a table at the Piper Craft Show on Saturday at Piper High School. Their custom T-shirts are also on Facebook at “Designs by ME.” (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)


Mary Stewart of Kansas City, Kansas, arranged many fabric products she made, including small quilts and fabric books, at her booth Saturday at the Piper Craft Show. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)


The Piper Craft Show had a good turnout, especially Saturday morning, according to several crafters who attended the event. The annual event is a fundraiser for the Piper High School robotics team. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)


Linda Hardy, left, and Harry Hardy, right, displayed many hand-made items at their craft table Saturday at the Piper Craft Show. The proceeds from their table were going toward adopting a family for Christmas through the First Christian Church of Kansas City, Kansas. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)


Melissa Bridges of Leavenworth, with Sassy Coco Creations, displayed several items she created with vinyl products. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)


Margaret Davis of Margo’s Works, a Wyandotte County resident, with her grandson Tatum Davis, displayed many handmade gifts at the Piper Craft Show on Saturday. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)


Kaylene Wyley of Olathe painted many of the items that her mother and father, Jack and Janet Wyley of Bonner Springs, made for the Piper Craft Show on Saturday. Kaylene said there was a good crowd at the craft show. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)


Michaelle Rehm of Auntie M’s Kitchen made povitica and strudel for her table at the Piper Craft Show on Saturday. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert)

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