Ken Corbitt, CJOnline

Ken Corbitt


Topeka, KS, United States

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Past articles by Ken:

Elijah Walker getting up to speed on K-State defense

MANHATTAN — Elijah Walker was a highly-rated football prospect out of junior college, but prior to that he was under the radar. → Read More

Carlos Strickland a big addition to K-State receiving corps

MANHATTAN — Carlos Strickland transferred to Kansas State from California a year ago, forcing him to sit out the 2016 football season. That gave the wide receiver time to adapt to his new surroundings and the Wildcat offense. → Read More

Will Geary motivated for strong finish to K-State football career

MANHATTAN — The past two years have taken an emotional toll on Will Geary as he dealt with the death of his father and both of his grandfathers. → Read More

K-State’s Dalton Risner right at home at tackle position

When Dalton Risner arrived in Dallas for the 2016 Big 12 football media day, he had no idea his football career would soon change. → Read More

Trent Tanking living his dream with K-State football

A college football career can fly by in an instant. → Read More

Topeka Golden Giants win Cowdin Cup championship

An eight-run inning with 13 batters stepping to the plate would indicate a slugfest, but the Topeka Golden Giants put together a big inning by means other than pounding the ball. → Read More

K-State quarterback Jesse Ertz comes back strong from shoulder injury

A shoulder injury sustained by Jesse Ertz in the sixth game of the 2016 season at Oklahoma put some limitations on the Kansas State quarterback. → Read More

Christoff Bryan carries on K-State high-jumping tradition

MANHATTAN — There is a tradition of premier high jumpers in the Kansas State track and field program and Christoff Bryan is the latest to carry the banner. → Read More

K-State, KU athletics prepare for increased security under concealed carry law

Increased security checkpoints have become a way of life at airports and public buildings, and college sports fans of Kansas State University and the University of Kansas will face higher scrutiny as changes in the state concealed carry law take effect this summer. → Read More

Topeka Golden Giants top Sabetha in Mid-Plains League opener

Erik Webb got some running in for the Topeka Golden Giants, working the base paths after putting the ball in play. → Read More

K-State notebook: Wildcats, Tulsa set basketball series

MANHATTAN — Kansas State announced a three-game basketball series against Tulsa on Wednesday, beginning in the 2017-18 season in Wichita followed by a home-and-home set. → Read More

Centennial All-Stars knock off Golden Giants

The Topeka Golden Giants had their first get acquainted session of the summer baseball season while the Centennial League All-Stars got together one time with a happy parting shot to their high school year. → Read More

K-State’s Isaiah Maurice set for Athletes in Action tour

Isaiah Maurice got a taste of international basketball last summer when Kansas State made an exhibition tour of Italy and Switzerland, and now the Wildcat forward is ready for another tour. → Read More

Shawnee Heights’ Cade Holmes wins discus in dramatic fashion in 5A regional track/field

One of the competitors in the boys discus as the Class 5A regional track and field meet wore a T-shirt with a slogan on the back stating, “It only takes one.” → Read More

Laird Veatch leaving K-State for position at Florida

MANHATTAN — Laird Veatch, deputy director of athletics at Kansas State who was a candidate for the recent AD vacancy, is leaving to become executive associate athletics director at Florida. → Read More

K-State women exceed projections to capture Big 12 track title

MANHATTAN — Kansas State track coach Cliff Rovelto takes a conservative approach in his pre-meet scoring projections. → Read More

K-State’s Jacie Hoyt named UMKC women’s basketball coach

Jacie Hoyt, an assistant on the Kansas State women’s basketball team the past three seasons, was named head coach at UMKC on Thursday. → Read More

Loss keeps K-State at bottom of Big 12 baseball standings

MANHATTAN — Kansas State is running out of time to escape the cellar of the Big 12 baseball standings and earn a spot in the conference tournament. → Read More

Jordan Floyd settles into closer role for K-State baseball team

MANHATTAN — Jordan Floyd came to Kansas State four years ago without a definitive role on the pitching staff, although an eventual spot in the starting rotation seemed logical for the left-hander. → Read More

Receiver Corey Sutton leaving K-State football team

MANHATTAN — Corey Sutton, a promising young receiver on the Kansas State football team, announced Wednesday that he is leaving the school. → Read More