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ST. PETERS, Mo. — Alec Enyeart had the hair cut of an old man, while Isaac Lee needed a walker to help him leave from the MSHSAA Class 1 swimming and diving championships held at the St. Peters Rec-Plex on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Platte County’s Alex Beall continues to add to his banner swim team season.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In less than five months, Lelise MeKinnon transformed from a transfer student that no one knew much about to a state qualifier for Park Hill.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Park Hill South had the top finishers in the boys and girls Class 4 cross country championship races held on Saturday, Nov. 3.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — One by one, Park Hill soccer coach Josh Marchbank accepted congratulations from Trojan supporters.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The final point that secured Park Hill's playoff berth on Wednesday, Oct. 24 could be one talked about for quite some time.
Park Hill won 4-2 in penalty kicks against Lee’s Summit West in a Suburban Conference Gold Division game on Monday, Oct. 22.
The Park Hill football team knew how good it could be coming into the season. Now, carrying a five-game winning streak into Week 8, the Trojans (5-2) are proving to the rest of the Suburban Gold Conference how good they are.
Park Hill South showed they were the best team in the Class 2 District 16 tennis tournament on a few occasions last week.
LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — All Isaiah Phillips could think about was food.
Platte County closed out the regular season with a two-hit shutout by Emma Koeneke against Winnetonka, 6-0, in a Suburban Conference Blue Division victory on Thursday, Oct. 4 in Platte City, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill and Park Hill South teamed up to raise awareness for breast cancer in Dig for A Cure match on Monday, Oct. 1 in a non-divisional showdown.
The Platte County Pirates took home the championship at the Platte County Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 29 at the Platte County Community Center North in Platte City.
LIBERTY, Mo. — More than 25 teams showed up Saturday, Sept. 1 for the first-ever Tim Nixon Invitational held at the Wildflower Cross Country Course at the Warrior’s Best Friend Training Grounds near Liberty North High School.
Two wins by William Chrisman made the difference between a repeat and a runner-up finish for Platte County on Friday, Aug. 24.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The first miscue by Park Hill opened the door for Liberty to grab an early lead on Friday, Aug. 31.
After a pair of tough losses in the opening round of the Greater Kansas City Softball Tournament, Platte County bounced back in a big way on Monday, Aug. 27.
Paced by mostly underclassmen last season, the Park Hill cross country program sent just one athlete to the Class 4 State Meet last year. With more experienced cores, both the boys’ and girls’ teams are expecting more this season.
After losing just two starters from last year’s squad, head coach Josh Marchbank and his Park Hill boys soccer team are looking to make a name for themselves in the Suburban Conference Gold Division heading into their third season in the larger conference.
With five upperclassmen returning this season, the Park Hill volleyball team is well equipped to compete in the tough Suburban Conference Gold Division.
After building up a young roster through a pair of difficult seasons that produced no wins in the Suburban Conference Gold Division, the Park Hill softball team is primed to reach its potential with a seasoned roster.
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