Platte County R-3 Sports
Platte County’s Jaycie Stubbs and Park Hill South’s Alecia Westbrook each appeared to have key points that would lead to a Team Missouri victory.
In a showdown of two of the top teams in the Kansas City area, Liberty picked up a 2-1 win in overtime against Park Hill on Monday, April 15 at Park Hill School District Soccer Complex in Riverside.
Park Hill picked up a win against Platte County, but Lee’s Summit West beat both teams during a trio of games on Saturday, April 6 at Park Hill High School.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Only 10 months removed from shocking Lee’s Summit West in the state title match, Park Hill was dealt a dose of revenge.
To reach the point of celebration, Platte County junior Karlee Chase first needed to experience some failure.
Devin Winston wasn’t quite sure how to explain the position he is in.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In a rubber contest, Platte County came up short.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The Park Hill South girls basketball team claimed a second straight Suburban Red Conference championship with a 62-53 victory over St. Joseph Central on Thursday, Feb. 21.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kennedy Townsend, playing in an unfamiliar role, helped her Park Hill Trojans to a Suburban Conference 48-44 victory over Blue Springs South on Thursday, Feb. 14 at Park Hill High School.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association released the bracket for its inaugural girls wrestling tournament.
Georgia Clark is considered a favorite for a state championships based on times heading into the MSHSAA Swimming and Diving State Championships this week.
KANSAS CITY — Grayston DiBlasi continued a bit of family tradition on Saturday, Feb. 9.
Park Hill South jumped out to a fast start on its way to a 69-52 revenge victory against Lee’s Summit in a Suburban Red conference showdown on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at Park Hill South High School.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jaycie Stubbs used words such as “Cinderella” and “underdog” to describe her team’s most recent victory. And her father, Pirates coach Chris Stubbs, called the matchup a win-win situation, regardless of the result.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. –— Four area wrestlers secured a spot in the history books on Saturday, Feb. 2.
There are no returning champions and no wrestlers heavily favored to win a state championship for Platte County.
Platte County claimed the school’s second swimming conference championship on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Park Hill South’s “heart and soul” recently joined an exclusive club.
Three Platte County JV grapplers made the finals and helped the team place sixth at the West Platte Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 26 in Weston.
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