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LIBERTY, Mo. — Staked to an early lead, Park Hill goalkeeper Kelbey Emerson made sure the advantage held up.
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.
Five seniors from Park Hill played their final match together as a team last week.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Just call the play Park Hill’s “Ali-oop.”
Kris Snodgrass saved his best for last.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Taiya Shelby started receiving congratulations before the time even became official.
KEARNEY, Mo. — For the second time in program history — and the second straight year — Park Hill advanced two doubles teams to the Class 2 Missouri State Tennis Championships.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill didn’t lose a match on the way to earning another Class 2 District 16 title.
With the potential tying run at third base, Collin Brougham came up with the biggest pitches of his career.
Kris Snodgrass made the most of his limited time on the course this season.
Park Hill’s quartet of Taiya Shelby, Jena Hahlbeck, Manuela Ngo Tonye Nyemeck and Teresa Thomas broke a two-decade-old school record and showed off their postseason credentials in the Suburban Conference Gold Division Championships.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Jenna Winebrenner simultaneously plays a lot of roles for Park Hill.
Park Hill ended a nine-game losing streak and avenged a previous loss Monday, May 8.
Platte County players and coaches wanted at least one doubles victory this time around.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Papay Glaywulu wants to make sure he shows up when it matters during his senior season.
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.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — A late defensive lapse cost Park Hill again in another dramatic finish.
Park Hill did just enough as individuals to keep the season alive for the team.
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.
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. — 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.
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.
Park Hill won the team title and took first place in three of four individual flights Wednesday, April 12 at Barry Park in Kansas City, Mo. in the third annual Park Hill Doubles Tournament.
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.
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.
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