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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Blake Hopson drew the important assignment for leadoff in a dual between nationally ranked foes.
Shannon Banark didn’t take long to make a noticeable impact.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chad Jones didn’t have exactly the debut lineup he expected for the season-opener.
Park Hill closed out the Winnetonka Invitational with a win.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Ronnie Bell couldn’t wait to take the celebration to the crowd.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill still needs to answer plenty of questions, but the debut for a revamped roster yielded an encouraging result.
Park Hill looked the part of feared powerhouse early last season, flexing a deep and talented lineup in a difficult schedule.
Park Hill came so close to the proper ending for a special season.
While a Division I talent returns, Park Hill knows a playoff return hinges on development.
Park Hill’s reason for optimism seems obvious. Last season, all of the Trojans’ qualifiers for the Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships were underclassmen.
A four-man signing class boasted three future Division I athletes and two baseball players Wednesday, Nov. 8 at Park Hill High School.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — The end came swiftly for Park Hill’s dream season.
Two steady presences during Park Hill’s rejuvenation signed last week to continue their college careers.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The pieces fell into place, and the final puzzle took the shape of a state championship picture.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill’s program hit a new high point Friday, Nov. 3.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Jackson Letcher continued to put his name in Platte County’s record books, even when he didn’t run his best race.
Park Hill’s top four helped key a top-10 finish in the Class 2 Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships. In the first two-classification meet in state history, the Trojans scored 96 points on the strength of three top-10 relays to finish 10th in the final standings of the two-day competition at Rec-Plex in St. Peters, Mo.
KEARNEY, Mo. — Park Hill South decided to leave no doubt in its run as defending Class 4 Sectional 4 champion.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill didn’t have the start envisioned, but the Trojans put the finishing touches on a big win for the program.
The final entries came in, and the new two class system yielded the biggest Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships’ contingent yet for Platte County.
Dorian Clayton ripped off yardage in huge chunks, helping create a much-needed easy win.
LIBERTY, Mo. — Park Hill South still might not know the full potential of the lineup, but the Panthers have seen some signs.
Park Hill South wrapped up a fourth straight Suburban Conference Red Division title — all outright — with a shutout of Raytown in the regular season finale.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Annika Welty returned to the court just in time for the final point, able to take her place in the middle of Park Hill South’s celebration. She’s been in the middle of the Panthers’ success all season.
Park Hill slogged to the finish of a win in the regular season finale last week then learned of reason to celebrate.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South didn’t have to wait the final 2 minutes, 34 seconds to celebrate.
Park Hill South locked up a share of the Suburban Conference Red Division title with a sweep of Truman on Tuesday, Oct. 10 in Independence, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Unmistakable concern showed on Katlyn Donvoan’s face.
Platte County’s season took a potentially devastating turn in the early minutes of the Panther Classic fifth-place game.
Park Hill South finally put a full lineup together and then ran away with a fourth straight Suburban Conference Red Division championship. The Panthers placed four of their five scoring runners in the top eight Saturday, Oct. 7 in Independence, Mo.
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