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RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South made its living early by the 3-point shot in the opening game of the Panthers’ Suburban Conference White Division play against Liberty North on Friday, Jan. 12 at Park Hill South High School.
BASEHOR, Kan. — Cody Phippen closed out his final Bobcat Classic with his third championship in three tries.
Platte County didn’t end up with any finalists, but three of the Pirates’ four medalists all ended up third place in the team’s third trip to Kaukauna, Minn. for the Cheesehead Invitational.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The annual Battle for the Hill rivalry game lived up to the billing in front of a capacity crowd Wednesday, Dec. 20 at Park Hill High School.
Park Hill upped its representation on the Class 6 Missouri media all-state teams this year after making its first playoff run since moving up to that level.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill South junior DeQuaria Guillory put a lot of attention on her outside shot over the last week of practice and the extra work paid off in a big way.
Park Hill won the first four matches of its final dual before the holiday break, cruising to a 59-15 victory.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A different Devin Winston came to the Kansas City Stampede this year — stoic, confident and meticulous.
Platte County won four events and just missed the team title at its largest home meet held over the weekend.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill South dug another hole to climb out of in a matchup with Staley.
Annika Welty’s contributions went well beyond thunderous kills and abrasive blocks.
Chandler Peterson turned in perhaps the best offensive season in state history.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Ronnie Bell spent at least part of his time off thinking about his future.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Devin Haney and Randen Plattner long ago made their commitments, but the duo ceded some of the spotlight in a joint signing ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 20 at Park Hill High School.
LIBERTY, Mo. — Park Hill continued to make points a premium — a solid strategy while dealing with a few unexpected absences.
Platte County freshman Emma Koeneke didn’t start the season as the Pirates’ No. 1 option at pitcher. She finished it as a Class 3 Missouri Fastpitch Coaches Association all-state selection.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Platte County couldn’t have asked for much more than to have a shot at an upset entering a star-studded 220-pound match.
Platte County freshman Shannon Banark and three top-eight relays for the Pirates keyed a strong team showing in the Winnetonka Invitational over the weekend.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When Taiya Shelby’s pass bounced off the unsuspecting face of teammate Aleece Noble, Park Hill’s comeback looked shot.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Blake Hopson drew the important assignment for leadoff in a dual between nationally ranked foes.
Shannon Banark didn’t take long to make a noticeable impact.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chad Jones didn’t have exactly the debut lineup he expected for the season-opener.
Park Hill closed out the Winnetonka Invitational with a win.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Ronnie Bell couldn’t wait to take the celebration to the crowd.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill still needs to answer plenty of questions, but the debut for a revamped roster yielded an encouraging result.
Park Hill looked the part of feared powerhouse early last season, flexing a deep and talented lineup in a difficult schedule.
Park Hill came so close to the proper ending for a special season.
While a Division I talent returns, Park Hill knows a playoff return hinges on development.
Park Hill’s reason for optimism seems obvious. Last season, all of the Trojans’ qualifiers for the Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships were underclassmen.
A four-man signing class boasted three future Division I athletes and two baseball players Wednesday, Nov. 8 at Park Hill High School.
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