North Platte Sports
North Platte’s season came to a swift and early end in 2016 — a drastic departure from the norm for the typically dominant program.
North Platte struggled through a difficult season but perhaps for good reason.
North Platte will have the experienced roster, but the group must now learn to win — all while replacing key position players.
North Platte’s only returning qualifier for the Class 2 Missouri State Cross Country Championships plays softball first, so the Panthers will be looking to build depth and increase the amount of runners who experience postseason success in a very difficult District 8 field.
Platte County’s top pitcher-catcher combo for the past two years shared a notable distinction this season.
Down to the final two throws of her illustrious career, Sydney Oberdiek found a little extra.
McKenna Fulton came up with the best performance of her career to advance further than she’s ever gone before.
CONCORDIA, Mo. — North Platte dug an early hole and ended up unable to replicate last year’s postseason success.
Corbin Green went into both of his individual running finals seeded second but came up with big-time performances to highlight North Platte’s day at the Class 2 District 8 meet.
Trevor Lamar’s complete game effort helped North Platte get back into the KCI Conference win column.
Sydney Oberdiek knows what her big discus throws look like. She’s just struggled to hit one in competition.
PLATTSBURG, Mo. — West Platte’s winning streak came to an abrupt end in a KCI Conference doubleheader last week.
WESTON, Mo. — Despite allowing a big first inning, West Platte found a way to keep up its dominance over a top rival.
North Platte grabbed its second KCI Conference win of the year a day ahead of a big rivalry game.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — North Platte continues to display plenty of depth while attempting to find the right events for the right athletes late in the season.
West Platte swept the team titles at its home meet Tuesday, April 11 behind a standout performance from the distance events.
DEARBORN, Mo. — The KCI Conference schedule always presented a challenge for North Platte.
North Platte swept a doubleheader with DeKalb and St. Joseph Christian on Saturday, April 8 at Dean Park in Dearborn, Mo.
Ciara Davies turned in another season-best in the 400 for West Platte, which finished third in the final team standings of the Atchison Invitational on Thursday, April 6 in Atchison, Kan.
Despite a disappointing finish to the season, Park Hill South ended up with a Missouri Basketball Coaches Association all-state selection for the third consecutive year.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Corbin Green didn’t waste time getting up to speed this season.
WESTON, Mo. — As the first home meet at the new Rudolph Eskridge Stadium started, the early star toiled away outside the fence and down the hill from the multi-million-dollar facility.
North Platte’s first loss of the season came in the KCI Conference opener last week.
DEARBORN, Mo. — The anticipation built with Hunter Oliver camped underneath the routine infield popup.
North Platte doesn’t want to take a step back, so the Panthers need a new crop of players to step up.
North Platte found strength in numbers last year.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Parker Rotterman’s final trip to the mat didn’t end as expected.
Nealie Niemeier did all she could to extend her career in the opening round of the Class 2 District 15 tournament.
North Platte and West Platte were both eliminated in the first round of Class 2 District 15 action Tuesday, Feb. 21 in Lone Jack, Mo.
North Platte senior Parker Rotterman repeated as a champion, while West Platte junior Brayan Rodriguez earned his first berth to the Class 1 Missouri State Wrestling Championships over the weekend.
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