A three-vehicle accident claimed the life of West Platte football coach Nate Danneman the evening of Wednesday, April 19.
Payton Boekhout might occasionally glance behind himself on the golf course, only to realize he won’t find what he’s looking for.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Platte County continued to show a flair for the dramatic. This comeback ended up even more special.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Park Hill coach Brandt Bell walked over and put his arm around Jeremy McElduff.
St. Peter’s University coaches found a recruiting profile for Rachel Valentine online.
Park Hill South’s Emma Roth set the school record in the 1,600-meter run for the second time this season, lowering her mark by less than a half second.
In the immediate aftermath, Platte County’s experienced back line of defenders rallied around the freshman goalkeeper.
West Platte swept the team titles at its home meet Tuesday, April 11 behind a standout performance from the distance events.
In what’s become a back-and-forth competition, Dakota Schmidt again took the lead in the chase for Platte County’s javelin record.
Three more from Park Hill South soccer’s record-setting senior class signed during a ceremony held Wednesday, April 12 inside the school’s auditorium. The Panthers officially sent eight on to the next level, although one of the last signees might have more of a future in a second sport.
Jared Wilson and Grant Carver threw a three-hit 7-0 shutout Thursday, April 13 in Belton, Mo. to move Platte County to 5-0 in Suburban Conference Blue Division play.
Park Hill won the team title and took first place in three of four individual flights Wednesday, April 12 at Barry Park in Kansas City, Mo. in the third annual Park Hill Doubles Tournament.
A five-run fourth inning helped give West Platte its first victory in KCI Conference play this season.
Three members of Park Hill South’s record-setting cross country teams announced Division college choices last week. One will move on in an entirely different sport.
Platte County took a big step toward repeating as Suburban Conference Blue Division champion with a tight dual victory Tuesday, April 11 in Kansas City, Mo.
A pair of Park Hill South seniors chose a hometown school to continue their basketball careers.
DEARBORN, Mo. — The KCI Conference schedule always presented a challenge for North Platte.
Park Hill South honored a pair of all-state swimmers — one boy and one girl — during a college signing ceremony held at the school Wednesday, April 12.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After a dominant win in the opener of a rivalry doubleheader and with ace Liam Henry set to pitch the second game, Park Hill looked in a solid position to pull a sweep.
KEARNEY, Mo. — An initial comeback nixed, Platte County came up with an even more adventurous path to victory against a chief rival.
KEARNEY, Mo. — Nylo Clarke set another school record and turned in three impressive sprinting performances to lead Park Hill South to third place in the Kearney Invitational on Friday, April 7.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Park Hill won the Smithville Tournament for a fourth straight year but not without a little adversity and finally a breakout offensive performance.
Platte County recorded its second shutout of the season and remained unbeaten with a sweep of Oak Park on Monday, April 10 in Kansas City, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill coach Rob Self likes where his teams sit after just two meets on the season. The established standouts have excelled, and some youthful additions have started to show progress.
North Platte swept a doubleheader with DeKalb and St. Joseph Christian on Saturday, April 8 at Dean Park in Dearborn, Mo.
SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Platte County shows the flashes but has yet to have all five players perform up to capability at the same time.
Park Hill South won back-to-back games Saturday, April 8 to take fifth place in the Ozark Invitational over the weekend.
WESTON, Mo. — After a non-voluntary two-week break, West Platte returned to the field with a stiff challenge.
Ciara Davies turned in another season-best in the 400 for West Platte, which finished third in the final team standings of the Atchison Invitational on Thursday, April 6 in Atchison, Kan.
Bryce Bearden finally decided to take pole vault seriously, and the decision seems to have paid off.
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