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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.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Park Hill won the Smithville Tournament for a fourth straight year but not without a little adversity and finally a breakout offensive performance.
Platte County recorded its second shutout of the season and remained unbeaten with a sweep of Oak Park on Monday, April 10 in Kansas City, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill coach Rob Self likes where his teams sit after just two meets on the season. The established standouts have excelled, and some youthful additions have started to show progress.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Platte County shows the flashes but has yet to have all five players perform up to capability at the same time.
On a night of disappointing final touches, Alison Walls’ best effort came at the end.
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.
Papay Glaywulu and Grant Downes turned in record-setting performances to open their season.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — A year ago, Cooper Hayes played the top spot in Park Hill’s junior varsity lineup.
Park Hill found a break in the weather and took full opportunity of the reprieve from rain.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Facing a huge deficit, Park Hill fought back and nearly stole a victory in an early season dual between state hopefuls.
Platte County’s offense busted out in a dominant 10-0 victory in a Suburban Conference Blue Division opener Monday, March 27 in Kansas City, Mo.
Park Hill South’s busy opening week ended with the Panthers right at .500.
Park Hill split four pool games during a busy opening weekend.
Park Hill finished seventh place in a mostly bunched top eight while competing in the season-opening Truman Invitational on Monday, March 20.
Almost any other ending would be better this time around.
Park Hill’s returners should inspire confidence that another breakthrough could be near.
Park Hill might have lost a record-setting pole vaulter, but the Trojans still have plenty of standouts back that have a chance to compete for Class 5 Missouri State Track and Field Championships medals.
Park Hill’s 2016 season couldn’t have been more down the middle.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Just one win away from program history with a familiar and beatable opponent in the way, Park Hill’s dream season came to a nightmare finish.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Park Hill’s seniors earned a coveted playoff return, but trudging to the locker room after a 57-45 loss to Liberty in a Class 5 sectional showed the disappointment in thinking about what could’ve been.
Chris Nilsen continues to make history, even as a freshman in college.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Players and coaches can now stake a claim to being part of one of the best teams in Park Hill history. They don’t want that designation to be the end of their story.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With every reason to fold against potential adversity, Park Hill opted to fight back and take out frustration.
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