Platte County R-3 Sports
Platte County won its fifth straight game by holding off Fort Osage, 3-2, on Monday, Sept. 16 at Pirate Stadium.
Platte County made quick work of the visiting Raytown South Cardinals on Thursday, Sept. 12 at Platte County High School.
Platte County continued its dominance of the Barstow Tournament.
Park Hill South picked up a win over rival Park Hill on Monday, Sept. 9 at Park Hill High School.
LIBERTY — For a few minutes, at least, Platte County not only won a team championship but also had an individual champion at the Tim Nixon Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 7 at the Wildflower Course near Liberty North.
In a rematch of last year’s district championship game, Platte County picked up a win over Park Hill on Thursday, Sept. 5 at Platte County High School.
Karlee Chase left this year’s William Chrisman Tournament with a pair of medals.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Matt Suchanick’s read on the decisive play was to throw a deep pass down the right sideline — basically an all-or-nothing chance to effectively end the game.
Platte County opened up the season on a high note and took fourth place at the Greater Kansas City Softball Invitational held Friday and Saturday, Aug. 30-31 at Adair Park in Independence.
Johnny Wilson picked his next stop months before his final football season started.
Tanner Clarkson got another chance at the recruiting process.
A handful of area wrestlers took part in the Southern Plain Greco Roman and Freestyle Championships last month in Mulvane, Kan.
For the first time in more than a decade the Missouri State High School Activities Association is addressing the public vs. private school issue.
A quartet of former high school standouts are back home playing soccer in the Women’s Premier Soccer League.
Once again, South Dakota junior Chris Nilsen was more than up for the task.
A total of 11 student-athletes inked letters of intents in one of the largest signing events ever at Platte County High School.
ODESSA, Mo. — Haley Luna never broke from her smooth strides during the 400-meter final of the Class 4 Sectional 4 meet. She almost effortlessly crossed the line at Odessa High School with no visible strain indicative of her record-setting performance.
After an impressive two-year stint at Iowa Western, the No. 1 junior college prospect, according to Rivals.com, is trading in textbooks for paychecks.
Platte County scored nine runs over the final three innings it batted to pick up a 13-5 victory over Winnetonka on Monday, May 6 at Platte County High School.
With a trio of NAIA offers to consider, Grace Rice settled on one thing — comfort.
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