Park Hill South Sports
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.
Three members of Park Hill South’s record-setting cross country teams announced Division college choices last week. One will move on in an entirely different sport.
Platte County took a big step toward repeating as Suburban Conference Blue Division champion with a tight dual victory Tuesday, April 11 in Kansas City, Mo.
A pair of Park Hill South seniors chose a hometown school to continue their basketball careers.
Park Hill South honored a pair of all-state swimmers — one boy and one girl — during a college signing ceremony held at the school Wednesday, April 12.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After a dominant win in the opener of a rivalry doubleheader and with ace Liam Henry set to pitch the second game, Park Hill looked in a solid position to pull a sweep.
KEARNEY, Mo. — Nylo Clarke set another school record and turned in three impressive sprinting performances to lead Park Hill South to third place in the Kearney Invitational on Friday, April 7.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Platte County shows the flashes but has yet to have all five players perform up to capability at the same time.
Park Hill South won back-to-back games Saturday, April 8 to take fifth place in the Ozark Invitational over the weekend.
Despite a disappointing finish to the season, Park Hill South ended up with a Missouri Basketball Coaches Association all-state selection for the third consecutive year.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — A year ago, Cooper Hayes played the top spot in Park Hill’s junior varsity lineup.
Mac Leet already lost the time. He can’t bring it back, only try to make the most of every meet remaining in his career.
Park Hill found a break in the weather and took full opportunity of the reprieve from rain.
Zach Bischler tied for medalist honors, but Park Hill South finished third in a triangular Thursday, March 30 at The Deuce in Parkville, Mo.
Park Hill South’s busy opening week ended with the Panthers right at .500.
Park Hill finished seventh place in a mostly bunched top eight while competing in the season-opening Truman Invitational on Monday, March 20.
Park Hill South featured a deep roster a year ago with plenty of players gaining varsity experience.
With one of the largest senior classes in program history, Park Hill South wants to take a large group to state and try to score some points.
Park Hill South lost two of the top players in its lineup but has plenty back, including a surprising qualifier to Class 2 sectional play.
Park Hill South’s task sounds simple yet will be so difficult.
Park Hill South doesn’t settle for the idea of rebuilding.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — One of Park Hill South’s weaknesses reemerged at the wrong time.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — With all the momentum, Park Hill South seemed inevitably poised to complete a comeback.
Casey Jumps can add his name to another exclusive Platte County list.
Park Hill South just missed a fourth consecutive team trophy from the Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships this past weekend, placing fifth behind some impressive performances from junior Paige Riekhof and sophomore Georgia Clark.
Park Hill South closed the regular season with a dominant 57-29 victory Monday, Feb. 20 in Riverside, Mo.
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