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.
With an 18-13 win over Cameron in Week 1, the Plattsburg Tigers earn our first Football 2 Night Team of the Week honor of the year.
The Lady Eagles sport 12 players just as they did during last year's state championship run.
Plattsburg stuns Cameron in Musser's debut, Lawson falls to Maryville.
North Andrew wins its 13th consecutive game dating back to last season.
The young Indians get roughed up in Kearney, 49-0.
King City takes their KCI opponent down, but Maysville not so lucky playing out of the conference.
Maryville dominates Lawson; Lafayette starts the season with a win over North Kansas City.
Excessive heat is causing schools to push game time back.
The Irish have four consecutive winning seasons.
The Indians carry the youngest team of Jeff Wallace's tenure into 2014 after graduating 17 seniors.
The Lady Indians and Cardinals tied 0-0 in their three inning exhibition.
The Cardinals last win came on August 31, 2012.
The Eagles have 11 seniors to replace, including a quarterback, if they want to reach a third straight district title game.
The Lions feel they have the potential to reach the Show-Me Bowl again.
The Cardinals went 5-5 in 2013 -- their first season of .500 or better since 2008.
The Fighting Irish won each quarter of Friday night's exhibition at Missouri Western.
St Joe Christian kicks off 2014 on the right foot with a jamboree win.
KQ2 will stream the high school football game of the week on its website, stjoechannel.com.
Rock Port is entering their third year as an 8-man program and looking to build on two successful years.
Shane Hilton takes over as head coach after 14 years as an assistant at Stanberry.
South Nodaway posted a record above .500 for the first time under Dustin Skoglund last season.
Tarkio and Fairfax come together to form the East Atchison Wolves in the 275 Conference.
King City is in the first year of a high school football co-op with Union Star.
The Panthers went 0-10 last season, but return the bulk of their roster.
The Blue Jays are carrying the momentum of a district championship after a disappointing 2013 regular season.
A second-year quarterback is the only returning starter in the Mules' backfield, which expects to contend for the KCI crown again.
The Dragons have enough experience, especially in the trenches, to be a problem in the MEC.
Maysville doubled its win total from 2012 to 2013.
The Panthers haven't won a conference title since 2009, but some new blood could help them make up ground.
Ron Musser's familiarity with the KCI could pull Plattsburg up from the conference's doldrums.
The Tigers won three in a row to start 2013 before losing six of seven.
The Spoofhounds have won 30 consecutive games.
The Hornets return the Class 1 Offensive Player of the Year to lead a pack of experienced ball carriers.
The Dragons are on their third different head coach in three years.
After a 9-3 campaign, the Bulldogs aim to finish their district title push in 2014.
The Cardinals and their new weapons plan to finish their season in St. Louis again.
The Savages have 14 seniors returning for one last football season.
The Lawson football team is ready to turn the page after a loss in the Class 2 state championship game.
Every football program holds summer camp, many do middle school camps, but few do them with the numbers and expectations of Maryville.
The Eagle coaching staff invited a group of Marines to the football field for a different kind of conditioning.
BFit and Spine & Sport team up for an ACL Prevention Clinic.
Record-setting running back continues pipeline from northwest Missouri to the Cowboys.
Quayde Bauman played his last high school game Saturday at William Jewell, where he'll play collegiately.
Dan Collins' Blue squad falls 40-24 after his final year as head coach of Stanberry.
The Indian football team is in the middle of a five week study on the book "Season of Life."
Renovations at the Lafayette football and soccer field are expected to be complete by late July.
St. Joseph high school coaches and students will spend the week teaching sports to kids at Cathedral School.
Members of the inaugural Junior Mustangs team take batting practice and do field work at Phil Welch Stadium.