Platte County R-3 Sports
With little in the way of in-person competition, Caden DeLay looked to the Platte County record board for some added motivation in his final home meet.
KEARNEY, Mo. — Add another agonizing chapter for Platte County to the rivalry story.
Grandview players loitered on the field at Pirate Stadium well after the whistle. They smiled and laughed, patiently waiting to meet the star of the game and maybe the most prolific scorer in state history.
Park Hill South locked up a share of the Suburban Conference Red Division title with a sweep of Truman on Tuesday, Oct. 10 in Independence, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Unmistakable concern showed on Katlyn Donvoan’s face.
KEARNEY, Mo. — Platte County finally won the other half of the battle with Kearney.
Platte County’s season took a potentially devastating turn in the early minutes of the Panther Classic fifth-place game.
Platte County’s season hit another high point with the Grain Valley Tournament championship Saturday, Oct. 7.
Jackson Phan understands the importance of sticking close to senior linebacker Dakota Schmidt.
Jackson Garrett turned in a pair of season-best times, earning a pair of medals over the weekend in the COMO Invitational.
Maddie Carter dove toward home plate with her glove extended, and Platte County’s freshman left fielder came up with the ball.
Per the usual, not much separated the Shipp sisters in their final tournament of the season.
Park Hill South’s quest to reach the state semifinals will have to wait at least another year.
Chip Sherman will be among a distinguished class to enter the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame during a special enshrinement ceremony in the Kansas City Metro Area.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — There were definitely some nervous moments, but Platte County’s Shipp sisters finally set course together for the Class 2 Missouri State Golf Championships.
Eva Kresovic can officially be considered back.
RAYTOWN, Mo. — Platte County’s defense proved a point long before exiting the field Friday, Sept. 29, but don’t think the final touchdown didn’t hurt a little.
Emma Roth set a school record and earned her second victory of the year in the Kansas City Classic held Saturday, Sept. 30 in Peculiar, Mo.
Park Hill posted a breakout showing during the Kansas City Classic this past weekend.
Platte County allowed just nine runs in five games but ended up sixth after a strong showing over the weekend in the Carthage Tournament held in Carthage, Mo.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The pressure slowly built, and Park Hill South finally earned its reprieve from an unlikely scenario.
Chandler Peterson put himself back on record-setting pace with a season-high seven goals in Platte County’s 10-0 win over Winnetonka on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at Platte County High School.
Platte County needed a win on an emotional night to realistically keep hopes of a Suburban Conference Blue Division title alive.
The offensive attack can start at any time with what veteran Rob Davenport calls the best hitting team he’s ever coached.
Park Hill South finished third in the final Class 2 District 8 standings and just missed a sectional team berth more than once.
Nine of 14 runners set personal-best times during a positive trip to the Rim Rock Classic for Platte County.
Literally seconds away from a penalty kick shootout, Smithville played a long bounding ball on a free kick from its own half of the field into the box— hopeful but ultimately harmless.
Platte County survived a rough first set to come away with a 26-24, 25-13 sweep Monday, Sept. 25 at Platte County High School.
Park Hill now has all three relays automatically qualified for the Class 2 Missouri State Swimming and Diving Championships.
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