August 22, 2014

Langrehr making mark at Mid America Nazarene

Former GEHS standout Conner Langrehr shoots for two points at the NAIA national tournament in Kansas City. Langrehr helped the Mid America Pioneers to a 26-10 overall record and defeat No. 7 seed Cal-State-San Marcos and No.10 seed Oklahoma Baptist in the tournament. Submitted photo

Former GEHS standout Conner Langrehr shoots for two points at the NAIA national tournament in Kansas City. Langrehr helped the Mid America Pioneers to a 26-10 overall record and defeat No. 7 seed Cal-State-San Marcos and No.10 seed Oklahoma Baptist in the tournament. Submitted photo

Former Gardner Edgerton High School basketball standout Conner Langrehr is making his mark as a member of the Mid-America Nazarene University squad.
Langrehr just completed his junior season helping Mid-America post a 26-10 record and reach the Elite Eight in the NAIA national tournament in Kansas City.
“Conner was one of the major reasons for our return to the national tournament” said Mid-America coach Rocky Lamar. “He is excited about his upcoming senior season and has shown great leadership for the team throughout his 3 years at MNU.”
Langrehr averaged 12.8 points per game this season and earned an Honorable mention award in the Heart of America conference. In 3 seasons, Langrehr has scored 1281 points and grabbed 227 rebounds in 101 games.
Langrehr helped Mid- America to an Elite Eight appearance in the NAIA national tournament. The Pioneers knocked off No. 7 seed Cal-State –San Marcos and No. 10 seed Oklahoma Baptist before falling to second seed Lindsey Wilson of Kentucky.
Conner is the son of Jeff and Sherry Langrehr of Gardner.

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