The Bulldogs, who boast the best offense and defense in 8-Man football, have not missed a beat under Shane Hilton.
Benton opens with a win over St. Teresa's.
The Cardinals are 36-1 in three years under Jonathan Schoonover.
Jamaal Charles posted a photo of himself and Andre Lance, dedicating Sunday's game to the Savannah teen.
Maddy McGlade will continue her volleyball career at Baker University.
Bishop LeBlond boys and girls win openers, Central falls to Staley.
North Andrew, North Platte, and Maryville girls basketball came together to raise money for tornado-stricken towns.
The Hornets fall to Westran 48-39 in the Class 1 semifinals.
Troy falls one step short of their first state championship appearance in program history.
Central, Lafayette go unbeaten in the St. Joseph City Basketball Jamboree at the Civic Arena.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association is planning for the 2014 Show-Me Bowl in St. Louis next week despite concerns around Ferguson protests.
Kara Powelson signs to play Division I softball.
Central's Joe Tieman signed his letter of intent Tuesday afternoon.
The Trojans reach Sub-State for the first time.
East Buchanan's perfect season ends with a 21-8 loss in the quarterfinals.
The Cardinals and Bulldogs roll to state semifinal wins.
The Hornets win 46-6 to reach their third straight semifinal.
Spoofhounds fall 69-23 in the Class 1 quarterfinals for their first loss under Matt Webb.
Central senior Holly Johnston signs to play tennis at Washburn.
St. Joseph Christian's only head football coach is stepping into an assistant role for the 2015 season.
Local athletes including Savannah's Clayton McGinness and Central's Cole Roberts sign letters of intent on Wednesday.
LeBlond's Greg Kastner earned coach of the year honors from St. Joseph Sports, Inc. Wednesday night.
The 2014 All-City football team was released Wednesday evening.
Missouri's all-time touchdown leader sits down to recap his career and preview sectionals
North Andrew, Stanberry win regular season rematches to reach semifinals.
Troy handles Valley Heights to earn a playoff rematch with Lyndon.
Plattsburg tops West Platte, while Hamilton passes Polo again to set up sectional rematch.
East Buchanan wins battle of unbeatens over Brookfield for district title.
Maryville handles St. Pius again for their seventh straight district championship.
Maur Hill, Horton fall in the first round of the playoffs. Sabetha moves on with a win.
The Ravens host Silver Lake in their first postseason game in 22 years on Tuesday.
St Joe Christian will meet North Andrew in the District title game
Polo and Hamilton are set to meet in the district title game.
Lawson's season ends; plus LeBlond can't edge East Buchanan
Chillicothe can't stay with Maryville; plus St. Pius moves on to face the Hounds
Lafayette can't pull off the upset, plus Smithville pulls off a win against Platte County
Maur Hill beat McLouth Thursday night to win the Class 3, District title.
Each city school eliminated on Tuesday
The Tigers earn a district rematch with North Andrew after their first win of the season.
LeBlond appeared in its fifth straight sectional game on Saturday.
The Eagles scored five times in the seventh to finish a come back win.
Dekalb gets their first win; plus Nodaway-Holt's season ends
Polo takes down Braymer; plus Hamilton routs Princeton
Troy routs Inman; plus Riverside takes down Hiawatha
East Buchanan and LeBlond both advance and meet next week
Maryville keeps their perfect season rolling; plus Cameron falls on the road
Central falls to Liberty North to end their season
Smithville advances past Savannah; plus Benton's season ends against Platte County
Central graduate Cecil Bratton continues to improve after big debut with Bears.
Seven seniors and plenty of offense lead North Platte softball into their first state appearance since 2005.