Lafayette can't pull off the upset, plus Smithville pulls off a win against Platte County
Each city school eliminated on Tuesday
Smithville advances past Savannah; plus Benton's season ends against Platte County
LeBlond falls for the 4th straight week; plus Maryville tops Lafayette
LeBlond's tough road continues; plus Benton grabs conference win number 2.
Cheyenne Jackson drove in Benton's first run Wednesday night.
Savannah volleyball stays unbeaten, softball teams finish regular season.
Benton scores first MEC win since 2011, Maryville runs win streak to 37.
Maryville wins 36th straight, Savannah rolls, Lafayette bounces back.
Smithville, Maryville stand as the lone unbeatens in the MEC after Week 5 wins.
The Lady Indians won three games Saturday afternoon.
Lafayette wins shootout in Savannah, Maryville crushes LeBlond in St. Joseph.
LeBlond, Benton each come away with MEC wins Thursday.
Lafayette hangs on to knock off Benton; Maryville rolls; and LeBlond remains unbeaten.
The Fighting Irish are using the mantra "Lynette Strong" in honor of Lynette Steltenpohl.
Benton snaps a 19-game losing streak, Bishop LeBlond gets their second win to start the year.
Central, Benton record wins in the City Soccer Round Robin.
Central, LeBlond claim wins on the first night of the St. Joseph City Soccer Round Robin.
Maryville dominates Lawson; Lafayette starts the season with a win over North Kansas City.
The Irish have four consecutive winning seasons.
The Lady Indians and Cardinals tied 0-0 in their three inning exhibition.
The Fighting Irish won each quarter of Friday night's exhibition at Missouri Western.
Renovations at the Lafayette football and soccer field are expected to be complete by late July.
West Platte wins its second straight district championship Wednesday night.
Tyler Burgess joins Northwest baseball as a preferred walk-on.
Maryville will face St. Pius in the district championship for the second year in a row; Central moves on to the semifinals.
Lafayette tops Benton, Bishop LeBlond and Maryville to rematch in district tournament final.
Irish center fielder Tyler Burgess committed to Northwest Missouri State Friday afternoon.
Savannah beats LeBlond to win the MEC, while Central routs Oak Park.
Savannah's Trent Young makes third straight trip to state golf championships.
Three Heartland athletic trainers are about to complete their first school year with Central, Benton, and Lafayette.
Bishop LeBlond claims Class 2, District 8 title, Savannah claims third in Class 3, District 8.
Lafayette senior Ashley Hinkle signed a letter of intent Friday morning to play basketball at the University of St. Mary.
The Dragons beat Harrisonville 7-6 in nine innings Wednesday.
Cameron knocks off Chillicothe in Pony Express Tournament, LeBlond, Lafayette soccer claim wins.
Bishop LeBlond claims team championship and three of the top four individual spot.
Cameron, Chillicothe, and Maryville claim wins on the first day of the Pony Express Tournament.
The Fighting Irish beat the Warriors 3-2 Thursday.
The Eagles score the final five runs to beat Benton. Central's Joe Tieman had a no-hitter through the first four innings Wednesday.
Lafayette knocks off Central; LeBlond pounds South Nodaway.
The St. Joseph School Board approved a proposal that will start up wrestling programs at each public middle school.
The Eagles scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to edge the Irish.
Savannah gets a narrow win over Lafayette. LeBlond scores in double figures for a second day in a row.
Alexa Franks scores five goals for Central soccer, while Joe Tieman tosses a one-hitter for Indians baseball.
Lafayette girls soccer set a school record in goals Wednesday night.
First-year head coach Brent Seifert led his team to victory over LeBlond on Wednesday.
The Fighting Irish fall to Republic 45-42 in the Class 4 Boys Basketball State Championship.
ESPN 1550 Sports Director Dave Riggert joins KQ2's Justin Sampson to recap Lafayette's state semifinal win.
Curtis Hubbard's go-ahead bucket sends the Fighting Irish to their first state championship game since 1976.
Lafayette head coach Chris Neff, senior Xavier Kurth, and sophomore Gary Wilkinson react to their Class 4 semifinal win over Farmington.