Park Hill South Sports
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.
Park Hill South kept slim Suburban Conference Red Division title hopes alive and extracted some revenge Friday, Feb. 17.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill qualified a school record 13 for the Class 4 Missouri State Wrestling Championships. The Trojans put nine in the finals of the Class 4 District 4 Tournament.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Needing to take care of business, Park Hill South dominated Truman from start to finish in a Suburban Conference Red Division matchup Friday, Feb. 10. The Panthers’ 77-49 win at Park Hill South High School against the last place team in the standings allowed them to keep pace and hope alive of working back into title contention.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South didn’t face the same offensive barrage but still couldn’t keep up with the Suburban Conference Red Division leaders on Friday, Feb. 10.
Park Hill South continued an almost unimaginable streak Saturday, Feb. 4 in Independence, Mo. The Panthers topped the Suburban Conference Red Division standings at Henley Aquatic Center to win their 16th consecutive league title — a streak dating back to before some of the current swimmers were born.
Park Hill honored six seniors and then blasted Lee’s Summit and Lee’s Summit North in Suburban Conference Gold Division duals Thursday, Feb. 2 at Park Hill High School in Kansas City, Mo.
A big halftime lead evaporated for Park Hill South in a key Suburban Conference Red Division matchup.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The relationship on the football field between Dillon Thomas and Jake Springer goes back to middle school.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South’s Tyler Pisoni and Turner Hall ignored the harsh memories when making the choice for their collegiate soccer destination.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Minus one of its biggest stars, Park Hill emphatically proved a brief two-game losing skid was merely an aberration.
Park Hill South shocked the top seed in the North Kansas City Invitational on Monday, Jan. 30 behind 24 points from sophomore Alecia Westbrook.
Platte County benefited from six open spots and easily outraced Grandview on Tuesday, Jan. 24 to stay unbeaten in Suburban Conference Blue Division competition.
Hannah Havemeier set her second school record in the span of a week, continuing a standout season Tuesday, Jan. 24 at Platte County Community Center North.
NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Once the lead came back, Park Hill South thankfully began to pull away. No telling how much more Lamel Robinson had left in his legs.
ark Hill might have received the motivation needed to start the stretch run in search of a fifth straight Class 4 Missouri State Wrestling Championships team title.
Blake Hopson’s dramatic overtime win in a matchup of ranked wrestlers highlighted the second of two easy dual victories for Park Hill on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South’s turbulent season hit another low Monday, Jan. 23.
With Park Hill teetering on the brink of losing control, Tommy Lisher faced a big deficit in a big matchup.
Desi Williams’ late 3-pointer forced overtime, and Park Hill South made the second chance count.
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