Park Hill South Sports
To reach the point of celebration, Platte County junior Karlee Chase first needed to experience some failure.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — The Park Hill and Park Hill South boys golf teams finished in ninth and 10th place, respectively, in the Independence Invitational at the par-72 Drumm Farm Golf Course on Monday, March 20.
ST. JOSEPH — The only quarter that Park Hill didn’t lead was the one that matters the most.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The Park Hill South girls basketball team claimed a second straight Suburban Red Conference championship with a 62-53 victory over St. Joseph Central on Thursday, Feb. 21.
ST. PETERS, Mo. — Georgia Clark capped off her banner career at Park Hill South with four more medals.
The Park Hill South Panthers will look to end the season on a high note.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kennedy Townsend, playing in an unfamiliar role, helped her Park Hill Trojans to a Suburban Conference 48-44 victory over Blue Springs South on Thursday, Feb. 14 at Park Hill High School.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Park Hill continues to add trophies to the collection at the Kansas City school.
Entering this week, the Park Hill South Panthers control their own destiny after earning a pivotal Suburban Red victory over the weekend.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association released the bracket for its inaugural girls wrestling tournament.
Georgia Clark is considered a favorite for a state championships based on times heading into the MSHSAA Swimming and Diving State Championships this week.
KANSAS CITY — Grayston DiBlasi continued a bit of family tradition on Saturday, Feb. 9.
Park Hill South jumped out to a fast start on its way to a 69-52 revenge victory against Lee’s Summit in a Suburban Red conference showdown on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at Park Hill South High School.
Park Hill finished as the runner-up in the Suburban Conference Gold Division championships held last weekend at the Lee’s Summit Aquatic Center.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jaycie Stubbs used words such as “Cinderella” and “underdog” to describe her team’s most recent victory. And her father, Pirates coach Chris Stubbs, called the matchup a win-win situation, regardless of the result.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. –— Four area wrestlers secured a spot in the history books on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Park Hill South’s “heart and soul” recently joined an exclusive club.
Park Hill South was upset in the opening round of the 40th annual North Kansas City Invitational on Monday, Jan. 28.
Despite missing two key wrestlers for parts or all of the Lydia’s Lights Tournament, Platte County placed third in the team standings at Blue Springs South High School.
Platte County’s five seniors didn’t know if they would have any more chances to wrestle in front of the home crowd as the dual wound down Wednesday, Jan. 16 at Platte County High School.
A frantic-at-times Park Hill South girls basketball team was far from perfect during last week’s Oak Park tournament. But, at the end of the week-long tourney, the Panthers walked away with some hardware and two more tallies in the win column.
Shannon Banark played a role in picking up three first-place finishes during a triangular meet held on Thursday, Jan. 10 at the Platte County Community Center North.
Park Hill and Platte County both posted 1-1 marks in the Kearney Invitational last week, but both saw a final game of the event called off.
NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill South’s Desi Williams knew what needed to be done.
Park Hill South posted a top-five finish and Platte County saw an automatic state qualifying time cut made during the COMO Invitational held Friday and Saturday, Jan. 4-5 at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia.
Junior Anthony Bell has recently given a boost to the Park Hill South frontcourt.
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