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Clay Center Flower Shops

Tiffani's Floral

731 Franklin
Clay Center, KS 67432
(785) 632-2187

Clay Center KS News

Feb 3, 2016

Lucille Brazda

Paul Maret, Annie Linner, Bonnie Runyan and Tommy Maret. Those left to cherish her memory are her two children, Rick (Debbie) Runyan of Clay Center and Kristi (Bob) Eggen of Waterloo; 8 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.  She is also survived by her four sisters, Genny Hastings of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Judy Sonderup of Fullerton, Babe Luthy of Aurora and Peggy Muller of Kentucky and a brother, Kenny Maret of Grand Island.  ... (Aurora News Register)

Feb 2, 2016

K-State's Fritz signs contract extension through 2020

My family loves K-State and Manhattan, and we are thrilled to serve and represent both for many years to come.” Originally from Clay Center, Kansas, Fritz has guided K-State to 11 NCAA Tournament appearances, including four over the last five years. Since 2001, the Wildcats’ 11 trips to the NCAA Tournament are the second-most by current Big 12 teams. “Under Coach Fritz’s leadership, we have achieved sustained success with 11 NCAA Tournaments in her 15 seasons including appearances in four of the past five years,” Currie said. “She has done a tremendous job as head coach while being a great role model and mentor for our student-athletes, and we look forward to continued success with her leading our volleyball program.” The Wildcats have been ranked 124 times under Fritz while she has also taken three teams that were not ranked in the preseason AVCA Coaches Poll to be slotted in the final poll of the respective season. The last time she lifted a team from outside the top-25 into the final poll was in 2011 when K-State reached the “Sweet 16” of the NCAA Tournament for the third time in program history. From an individual awards standpoint, Fritz has tutored Wildcats to earn 12 All-America honors, 18 all-region selections, 40 All-Big 12 awards, and 101 Academic All-Big 12 distinctions (the most in the conference since 2001). The Academic All-Big 12 honors represent Fritz’s leadership in success on and off the court. The Wildcats, who had a perfect APR score in 2013-14, have garnered 12 AVCA Academic Team Awards under Fritz, including one in each of the last five years. This past season, Katie Brand and Kersten Kober were the only Big 12 student-athletes to earn academic all-district honors, bringing the total honorees of that award to 18 in Fritz’s tenure. Kober also earned the program’s first Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year award this past season. Last season, Fritz helped a team without any seniors overcome a 1-3 start to conference play by winning eight of its final 12 regular season matches to capture its highest finish in the Big 12 standings in four years. The Wildcats also reached the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year. Fritz is a two-time winner of the Big 12 Coach of the Year award, capturing the honor during the 2002 and 2003 seasons. The 2003 campaign was the best in program history as the Wildcats set a school record for wins (30) and were a perfect 16-0 at home en route to winning the Big 12 title. Fritz was originally named the head coach during the 2001 season after earning the interim head coach title prior to the start of that campaign. She served as an assistant coach with the program from 1997-2000, helping the team reach four NCAA Tournaments. Fritz has served as a coach for 15 of K-State’s 16 NCAA Tournament appearances. Next year’s team will return 14 letterwinners, including two-time All-America Honorable Mention Brand alongside fellow seniors Kobe... (KSN-TV)