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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.
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.
A quick second-half flurry ended up being not quite enough.
LIBERTY, Mo. — Park Hill South still might not know the full potential of the lineup, but the Panthers have seen some signs.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The final roadblock ended up very familiar.
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.
For the second straight season, Eva Kresovic experienced her biggest test in the Class 2 Missouri State Tennis Championships semifinals.
Park Hill South didn’t need much time to start a rout in the regular season finale.
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.
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.
Jackson Garrett turned in a pair of season-best times, earning a pair of medals over the weekend in the COMO Invitational.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South kept up the dramatics all week to come away with the home tournament title.
Park Hill started pool play with no wins in three matches but finished with a winning record in at the Truman Tournament, including a second victory of the season over rival Park Hill South.
An uncharacteristic defensive performance brought a sudden and swift end to Park Hill South’s season.
Per the usual, not much separated the Shipp sisters in their final tournament of the season.
Park Hill South enters the final week of the season in dire need of some momentum.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — There were definitely some nervous moments, but Platte County’s Shipp sisters finally set course together for the Class 2 Missouri State Golf Championships.
Eva Kresovic can officially be considered back.
Emma Roth set a school record and earned her second victory of the year in the Kansas City Classic held Saturday, Sept. 30 in Peculiar, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill South took the slightest opening and turned one simple mistake into a big inning.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Ian Cunliff always expected the rematch to be tighter, intimately familiar with the history of a minor rivalry developing over the years.
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