Maryville breaks losing skid, North Andrew sweeps North Nodaway.
Smithville sends 11 wrestlers to state from Class 2, District 4.
Lafayette edges LeBlond; Cameron's 14-game win streak ends in Smithville.
Mid-Buchanan stuns unbeaten West Platte, while the Cameron girls beat LeBlond in double overtime.
LeBlond boys, Cameron girls claim narrow wins while Central drops their sixth straight.
Benton comes from behind to beat Chillicothe; Central falls in the semifinals of the NKC Tournament.
Cameron runs its win streak to 11 games.
West Platte boys and North Platte girls win championships in the North Platte Invitational.
Central and Cameron pick up tournament wins.
Lafayette cruises past Kearney; Savannah uses overtime to beat Maryville.
Cameron Lady Dragons top Lathrop for the second time in three days.
Benton picks up first win of the year over Smithville, while Chillicothe holds off LeBlond rally.
Lafayette boys and girls win big while Riverside splits with ACCHS.
Central tops Platte County again in home opener, plus other results from around the region.
Central girls took second in the Liberty North Invitational; LeBlond picked up a road win at South Harrison.
The Benton, Central and Cameron girls basketball teams each picked up wins Wednesday night.
Matt Webb earns Class 3 Coach of the Year as Spoofhounds send six players.
Lafayette cruises past Benton, while St. Joseph Christian gets first win under Clay Linebach.
Maryville's Brody McMahon, Trent Nally and Hamilton's Kellen Overstreet earn Player of the Year honors.
The Spoofhounds end Cameron's season by a 42-14 final to take the Class 3, District 8 crown.
The Dragons are searching for their first district championship since 2005.
Maryville and Cameron will square off for the crown in a battle of the top two seeds.
Maryville sets school single-game scoring record, while Cameron romps Central Academy.
Maryville completes a perfect regular season with a win over Lafayette.
The Eagles and Wolverines win big Saturday in the state softball quarterfinals.
Maryville earns at least a share of MEC championship with win over Savannah.
LeBlond, Maysville, Cameron and Jefferson move on to the quarterfinal round of the state softball tournament.
Second-half surge lifts Bishop LeBlond over Benton.
Maryville, Savannah stay unblemished in conference play.
High school football games are moving kickoff up with thunderstorms likely on Friday night.
Benton, Savannah, and Cameron score victories in boys soccer.
Lafayette suffers second straight loss, while Maryville wins their 20th straight.
LeBlond softball, Lafayette volleyball and soccer come out with wins Tuesday.
Bishop LeBlond claims wins in softball, volleyball, and boys soccer.
Savannah edges Lafayette in St. Joseph, Maryville outlasts Bishop LeBlond.
Lafayette claims their sixth straight win over Benton, 40-18.
LeBlond softball, Benton volleyball come away with wins Thursday.
Bishop LeBlond, Lafayette, Cameron, Chillicothe all start the year 2-0.
High school football scores from the first week of the season.
The Cameron Dragons are four years removed from an 8-2 finish in 2009, but they've struggled ever since. Now in year two under Jeff White, the Dragons are ready to compete.
District Championship matchups set after full Monday slate.
Cameron's Carter Morrison, LeBlond's Sam Schanze tie for lead with 78.
Benton, Savannah, Lafayette, and Bishop LeBlond advance in Pony Express Baseball Tournament.
Lykins and Richardson combine for 50 points in 80-68 loss in Class 3 Title Game.
Lady Dragons outlast St. James 68-53 in the state semifinals.
The 19-11 Lady Dragons will face St. James Thursday in Columbia.
Benton, Lafayette, and Central will all be represented in Columbia.
Stanberry Boys, Maysville Girls claim King City Championship.
Central, Bishop LeBlond Girls advance to semifinals of Cameron Tournament.
Benton's Tyler McNutt, Cameron's Trevor Burkhart sweep their matches.