Harrisonville beat Savannah 2-1 in the Pony Express Tournament championship.
Harrisonville beat Lafayette to advance to Thursday's championship game.
Jared Boone was named head girls basketball coach at Central.
The Osborn school board was the final PVC member to approve the move to the 275 Monday night.
The Irish beat Cameron 7-1 in the first round of the Pony Express Tournament.
Former Stanberry head football coach Dan Collins lands in Barnard.
The Cardinals scored five unanswered runs on the way to a 7-6 come from behind win.
Benton's Chaz Verduzco signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Southwest Baptist Thursday morning.
Benton senior Mallory McAndrews signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Northwest Missouri State on Wednesday afternoon.
Savannah's Chase Simpson drove in the go-ahead run on a sixth inning single.
Kathy Grossman has been coaching since 1999 and her athletes couldn't be more appreciative.
The Indians scored five times in the seventh to beat Grandview.
Collin Jasper is the first Troy boys basketball player to sign a letter of intent since 1995.
ATG Sports Facilities Construction will break ground on Lathrop's new sports complex May 1.
Trojan baseball may have lost some strong seniors, but the new leaders are moving in nicely.
Pending board approval from each PVC school, the 275 Conference will feature nine football teams and 15 basketball teams.
The Fighting Irish won in walk-off fashion over the Spoofhounds Thursday.
Savages Kelby Williams and Ava Peterson move up to play volleyball at the college level.
Rianne Bunnell signed to play softball for Coffeyville Community College next season.
The Lady Indians improve to 3-0.
The Indians get their first win of the season, while Lafayette improves to 2-0.
Central wins big in season opener.
LeBlond and Lafayette both winners in season openers.
Former Mid-Buch quarterback Dalton Robinson signed with Missouri Western last week.
Three players in double-digits isn't enough for Winston.
The Dragons take second in Class 2 - their highest finish in program history.
Mid-Buchanan will meet Scott County Central in Saturday's Class 2 championship game.
The Dragons beat Canton 60-53 in the Class 2 semifinals.
Bryce Kemper led Mid-Buchanan to its first Class 2 semifinal appearance.
Benton beat Notre Dame de Sion to advance to Saturday's Class 4 quarterfinals.
Winston's boys basketball heads to state for the first time in school history.
Mid-Buchanan, Winston and Southwest Livingston all make their inaugural trips to the final four in Columbia.
The Cardinals have won back-to-back district championships.
Lafayette and Central were knocked out of their district tournaments in the semifinal round.
Mike Musser had his right kidney removed in November.
Mid-Buchanan used a furious fourth quarter come back to advance to the Class 2 quarterfinals.
Stanberry is a win away from playing in the Class 1 semifinals. Benton and Lafayette advance to Friday's district championship.
Benton's Dade Wheeler signs his letter of intent to play for Kansas City Kansas Community College.
Central boys advance to the semi-finals. They play Park Hill South on Thursday.
Central sweeps Ruskin; Hamilton upsets North Platte in overtime.
Winter weather forces changes to district tournaments Saturday.
The 2015 class is comprised of Jeff Brown, Crista Troester, Joan Heckman, Justin Thornton and the 1973 Central Baseball team.
East Buchanan will meet LeBlond in Saturday's Class 3, District 16 championship.
East Buchanan advances to the Class 3, District 16 championship.
East Buchanan won its district opener over Cristo Rey.
LeBlond and Plattsburg move on to the semifinals in their district.
Jesse Bundy and Michael Stanley celebrated state titles together on Saturday.
The Missouri State Wrestling Championships concluded today in Columbia.
Stanberry's Mason Rosier earned a fifth place finish in Class 1, 170 lbs.
Benton and Lafayette boys both pick up conference wins.