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Platte County took home a second straight Suburban Conference Blue Division plaque but not in a way the players and coaches expected.
Park Hill found some resolve to earn a much-needed win Tuesday, Sept. 12.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South’s goals won’t change but the path to a record-breaking season took a turn in recent weeks.
A big win in pool play propelled Platte County into the finals of its home tournament.
Park Hill hit double-digit wins on the season during a successful trip to the Lady Pirate Fall Classic over the weekend in Branson, Mo. Having won just four games in both 2015 and 2016, the Trojans have rebounded behind an experienced roster finally seeing success.
North Platte brought home four medals in a trip to the Cameron Invitational on Tuesday, Sept. 12 in Cameron, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Devin Haney doesn’t often see passes thrown his way anymore, but Park Hill’s standout senior took advantage of one rare opportunity in a very big spot.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kayla Huffman has spent each of the past three seasons as the top option at setter for Park Hill.
Platte County’s 200-yard medley relay team shaved more than a second off its best time of the season, making for a special afternoon Wednesday, Sept. 6 at Platte County Community Center North.
Maisie Markowitz built some confidence during a busy week.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — After a slight moment of hesitation, Park Hill junior goalkeeper Stefan Derra opted to slide and make a clearance with his feet near the edge of his 18-yard box.
Still minus one star, Park Hill South still finished fourth out of 30 teams in the Forest Park Festival of Miles Green Division on Saturday, Sept. 9 in St. Louis.
Park Hill recovered to win two games after a disappointing start to the Winnetonka-Park Hill South Tournament over the week. After losing 15-0 to Staley in just three innings, the Trojans knocked off Fort Osage on Friday, Sept. 8 and then shut out Winnetonka on Saturday, Sept. 9.
Park Hill finished second in the consolation bracket of the Winnetonka Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 9, overcoming a slow start in pool matches.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill’s offense scored so quickly during the first two weeks of the season, the defense ended up left to cover in inordinate amount of time on the field.
Platte County found another way to pull an improbable comeback, this time in a Suburban Conference Blue Division matchup.
Caden DeLay continued his impressive start to the season with another Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships automatic state cut in a dual Tuesday, Aug. 29 at Platte County Community Center North. He took down another school record in the process.
KANSAS CITY, Mo — Park Hill found the perfect relief to a busy and unrelenting portion of the early season schedule.
LIBERTY, Mo. — Platte County’s runners ended up in the middle of the pack during the season-opener, leaving optimism and room for improvement.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In the most competitive dual so far this season, Park Hill displayed the kind of energy Tim Kalis wants to see in his return to coaching.
Park Hill South pounded out 14 hits and scored double-digit runs for the fourth time in the first six games, leveling their Suburban Conference Red Division record with a 16-6 five-inning blowout win Tuesday, Aug. 29 in St. Joseph, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill just kept throwing, and when the night finished, the Trojans were left to enjoy a big victory that produced some record-setting performances.
Caden DeLay finally chased down a time he’s sought for years.
Karen Rule started this week with 202 career victories, thanks to Park Hill South’s unbeaten start to the season.
Park Hill South won a potential district preview and avenged a regular season loss from a year ago Monday, Aug. 28.
Park Hill South, Platte County and Park Hill finished bunched together in the Liberty North Invitational.
Park Hill just missed taking home a title, but the Trojans’ rebuilding process took a huge step forward in last week’s Greater Kansas City Tournament.
Park Hill’s losing streak hit three straight in a Suburban Conference Gold Division opener Monday, Aug. 28 at Park Hill District Soccer Complex in Riverside, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After the Park Hill defense allowed a pair of touchdowns late, Ronnie Bell put one final exclamation to assure the Trojans of a win and stamp out any thoughts of a miraculous comeback.
Platte County and Park Hill were matched up as potential opponents in the bracket portion of a season-opening tournament.
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