Park Hill South Sports
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — When they first crossed paths in baseball, Jake Purl and Easton Fortuna didn’t have any idea the relationship that would develop.
Platte County’s top pitcher-catcher combo for the past two years shared a notable distinction this season.
No late season injury could be enough to keep Jenna Winebrenner from deserved postseason honors.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Jena Hahlbeck took the baton and almost immediately fell from first to third place.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — With disappointment squarely in the past, Papay Glaywulu covered the necessary distance in his career.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — A heavily taped right ankle still seemed to bother Chris Dupree, but Park Hill South’s freshman phenom feels a little bit closer to full strength.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Sephora Koudou saw an opening and took advantage.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When the baton reached Nylo Clarke’s hand, no one knew how much he would have left for his final 400 meters.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Taiya Shelby started receiving congratulations before the time even became official.
With the potential tying run at third base, Collin Brougham came up with the biggest pitches of his career.
With two on and one out, Justin Mitchell strode to the plate in a pivotal position.
Kris Snodgrass made the most of his limited time on the course this season.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Jenna Winebrenner simultaneously plays a lot of roles for Park Hill.
Park Hill South’s long distance team along with a hurdles sweep for sophomore Jasmine Case helped the Panthers finish third in the Suburban Conference Red Division meet this year.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Papay Glaywulu wants to make sure he shows up when it matters during his senior season.
The first three goals for Platte County lacked style and did little to stifle the opposition’s will.
Park Hill South used two big innings to take a Red Division win Wednesday, April 26 at Park Hill South High School in Riverside, Mo.
Park Hill did just enough as individuals to keep the season alive for the team.
A split of singles matches turned out to be enough for Park Hill South to stop a four-dual losing streak.
Papay Glaywulu continues to push his limits, and the Park Hill senior came up with another monumental leap over the weekend.
Park Hill came away with one individual title in a rescheduled, relocated and reformatted St. Joseph Central Invitational.
Alex Rodriguez’s double in the bottom of the sixth inning gave Park Hill South a walkoff to finish the Northland Tournament.
Park Hill South avenged an earlier loss and grabbed an important Suburban Conference Red Division win Monday, April 24.
Platte County recorded a second straight shutout of Belton to pull the Suburban Conference Blue Division sweep.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — While facing the wind at Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Park Hill South wound up with a disappointing fourth-place finish and four honorable mention All-Suburban Conference Red Division finishers.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Platte County continued to show a flair for the dramatic. This comeback ended up even more special.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill coach Brandt Bell walked over and put his arm around Jeremy McElduff.
Park Hill South’s Emma Roth set the school record in the 1,600-meter run for the second time this season, lowering her mark by less than a half second.
Three more from Park Hill South soccer’s record-setting senior class signed during a ceremony held Wednesday, April 12 inside the school’s auditorium. The Panthers officially sent eight on to the next level, although one of the last signees might have more of a future in a second sport.
Jared Wilson and Grant Carver threw a three-hit 7-0 shutout Thursday, April 13 in Belton, Mo. to move Platte County to 5-0 in Suburban Conference Blue Division play.
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