Platte County R-3 Sports
In the end, Platte County's defense finished the job -- just not in the way players and coaches would have envisioned.
Even when he wants to forget, Chandler Peterson can’t get away from the talk.
Max Davies went into the race thinking about a top-10 finish.
Platte County finished off a second straight unbeaten run through the Suburban Conference Blue Division with a 9-0 shutout of Belton on Tuesday, Sept. 12 in Platte City.
Platte County took home a second straight Suburban Conference Blue Division plaque but not in a way the players and coaches expected.
Following a slow start, Platte County pulled away for a Suburban Conference Blue Division win Thursday, Sept. 14 in Grandview, Mo.
All three of Park Hill South’s relays posted season-best times, and the Panthers finished third in the team standings Saturday, Sept. 16 in the North Kansas City Invitational.
A big win in pool play propelled Platte County into the finals of its home tournament.
Lauren Straubel came to the end of the daunting switchbacks running even with St. Teresa Academy’s Addie Coppinger.
HARRISONVILLE, Mo. — Two years ago, Gavin Hardman played for Class 1 Lone Jack. Last year, he earned a spot in Platte County’s defensive backfield.
Platte County senior forward Chandler Peterson netted another hat trick in the Suburban Conference Blue Division opener Monday, Sept. 11 in Belton, Mo. He was responsible for all three goals in a 3-0 win against Belton.
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.
Kasydie Shipp ended up languishing over her final par putt much longer than anticipated.
Platte County went 4-1 during a trip to the Ozark Fall Festival over the weekend, winning three one-run games in a solid showing.
Maisie Markowitz built some confidence during a busy week.
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 finished second in the consolation bracket of the Winnetonka Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 9, overcoming a slow start in pool matches.
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.
Oak Park couldn’t stop Chandler Peterson even when victory seemed assured.
Platte County remained unbeaten in Suburban Conference Blue Division play with an important comeback win Thursday, Aug. 31.
LIBERTY, Mo. — Platte County’s runners ended up in the middle of the pack during the season-opener, leaving optimism and room for improvement.
For the second straight year, Platte County attempted to go score-for-score with Staley’s prolific offense in a battle of ranked opponents from different classes.
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.
Caden DeLay finally chased down a time he’s sought for years.
Chandler Peterson started his senior season on a pace significantly better than last year’s record-setting campaign.
Platte County received a rare opportunity and took full advantage.
Going into the huddle, JP Post knew where he wanted the throw to go.
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