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Shannon Banark broke through and hit her first two automatic qualifying times for the Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships over the weekend.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The annual Battle for the Hill rivalry game lived up to the billing in front of a capacity crowd Wednesday, Dec. 20 at Park Hill High School.
Park Hill upped its representation on the Class 6 Missouri media all-state teams this year after making its first playoff run since moving up to that level.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill South junior DeQuaria Guillory put a lot of attention on her outside shot over the last week of practice and the extra work paid off in a big way.
Park Hill South again looked dominant in a three-team meet Tuesday, Dec. 19 at Platte County Community Center North. Behind wins in seven of 12 events, the Panthers easily outdistanced both host Platte County and Kearney.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A different Devin Winston came to the Kansas City Stampede this year — stoic, confident and meticulous.
Platte County won four events and just missed the team title at its largest home meet held over the weekend.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South dug another hole to climb out of in a matchup with Staley.
Annika Welty’s contributions went well beyond thunderous kills and abrasive blocks.
Chandler Peterson turned in perhaps the best offensive season in state history.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Devin Haney and Randen Plattner long ago made their commitments, but the duo ceded some of the spotlight in a joint signing ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 20 at Park Hill High School.
Platte County freshman Emma Koeneke didn’t start the season as the Pirates’ No. 1 option at pitcher. She finished it as a Class 3 Missouri Fastpitch Coaches Association all-state selection.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Platte County couldn’t have asked for much more than to have a shot at an upset entering a star-studded 220-pound match.
Eight 3-pointers for Liberty senior Jalen Lewis sunk Park Hill South in a championship game scenario.
Platte County freshman Shannon Banark and three top-eight relays for the Pirates keyed a strong team showing in the Winnetonka Invitational over the weekend.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When Taiya Shelby’s pass bounced off the unsuspecting face of teammate Aleece Noble, Park Hill’s comeback looked shot.
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. — Park Hill still needs to answer plenty of questions, but the debut for a revamped roster yielded an encouraging result.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The assembled students chanted, “Welty! Welty! Welty”
Lamel Robinson, Desi Williams and Saadique Perkins will be well-known commodities.
Park Hill South came so used to success that some could interpret last year’s finish in the Misosuri State Swimming and Diving Championships a disappointment.
Park Hill South experienced the ups and downs a year ago.
Despite another limited lineup, Park Hill South came agonizingly close to a breakthrough season in 2016-17.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The pieces fell into place, and the final puzzle took the shape of a state championship picture.
The largest qualifying contingent ever for Platte County left the Class 1 Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships with plenty of history in tow.
KEARNEY, Mo. — Park Hill South decided to leave no doubt in its run as defending Class 4 Sectional 4 champion.
KEARNEY, Mo. — Jackson Letcher gave a thumbs up to his coach and then closed out his race.
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