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.
LeBlond stays undefeated; Central can't keep the bats rolling
The Eagles scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to edge the Irish.
Benton Wrestling's all-time wins leader chooses to wrestle for the Bison next year.
Bishop LeBlond run rules Maur Hill, Benton edges Chillicothe in MEC tilt.
The Lady Indians dropped a home match Thursday night.
Gary Belcher leaves Kearney to take over a Benton team that has won 11 times in three years.
St. Joseph native Gary Belcher has spent the last nine seasons coaching boys basketball at Kearney High School.
Joe Drake finishes his 40-year career as Missouri's all-time wins leader.
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 Stanberry school board will not renew head football coach Dan Collins' contract next season.
The baseball and girls soccer seasons in St. Joseph will now begin Wednesday, March 26th.
The Fighting Irish fall to Republic 45-42 in the Class 4 Boys Basketball State Championship.
The Lady Cardinals place fourth in the third state appearance in program history after a 42-33 loss to Marshfield.
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.
Lady Cardinals can't overcome long scoring droughts, lose to Dexter 54-21 at Mizzou Arena.
The Fighting Irish are confident as they try to win their first state championship since 1976 this weekend.
Seniors Billy Cook and Xavier Kurth talk about their second trip to state with Lafayette and the program's first since 2011.
Brett Goodwin, Morgan Domann, and Lindsay Doolan talk after Benton's quarterfinal win against Notre Dame de Sion.
The Irish crush Grandview 70-43 to reach state for the second time in four years.
Morgan Domann paces the Lady Cardinals with 19 points as Benton makes their first trip to state in seven years.
The Cardinals complete the season with a 29-3 record.
The Bulldogs beat Macks Creek 55-54 Friday afternoon.
The Bulldogs' effort falls short in a 69-63 loss to Scott County Central.
The Lady Cardinals defeat Chadwick 67-53 to reach Saturday's Class 1 State Championship game.
The Cardinals outscored Lincoln Prep 23-5 in the second half.
Lafayette's head coach and leading scorer give their thoughts after a 53-41 win over Liberty North.
The Irish knocked off Liberty North Wednesday evening.
The Bulldogs won't be the favorite for the first time this season when they face Scott County Central in the Class 1 semifinals.
The Cardinals face Lincoln Prep Wednesday evening.
Lafayette linebacker Cody Pettijohn joins Missouri Western as a preferred walk-on next season.
North Andrew picked up two overtime wins to reach the Class 1 semifinals.
Liberty North has ended Lafayette's season in basketball and football twice over the last two years.
George Ross Jr. steps down after leading the Cardinals to an 11-64 record over three seasons.
Dayle Dickens signed her letter of intent to run cross country at Creighton on Monday.
Stanberry and North Andrew move on to the semifinals. West Platte, North Platte and Cameron are knocked out.
The Cardinals beat Mercer Saturday afternoon.
Stanberry beat Wellington-Napoleon 51-47 to advance to the Class 1 Semifinal game.
Savannah jumped out to a ten point lead on Lafayette, but the Irish finished strong to win their second straight district title.
The Cardinals are district champs for the first time since 2010.
Lafayette hosts Benton in tonight's Class 4, District 16 title game.
Central falls in District semifinal; Lafayette moves past Chillicothe to title game vs. Savannah.
LeBlond boys fall to Barstow, Richardson's milestone helps fuel Cameron to Class 3 sectionals.
Benton's Tyler McNutt, Plattsburg's Dylan McClain and Lawson's Austen Eskew will wrestle in the KC Metro Classic.
North Andrew's Brinsley Olliver, Chuck Fox talk about the Lady Cardinals' comeback over Orrick in the Class 1 sectionals.
North Andrew girls forge huge comeback while the run ends for the Central boys and Nodaway-Holt girls.
The Bulldogs are preparing for a date with West Platte in Class 2 Sectionals after capturing their first district title since 2006.
Benton's season ends while Central girls, Chillicothe boys advance.
Troy's Tristan Speer wins 195 lb championship, Doniphan West's Garret Dunlap finishes second at 160 lbs.
Bishop LeBlond, West Platte, North Andrew boys among district champions from Saturday.
Nodaway-Holt girls claims their first district championship since 1989, North Andrew their second straight.
Mike Kuwitzky wrapped up a 28 year career as the head coach of Maryville Boys Basketball on Thursday.
LeBlond boys move past Trenton; West Platte and Mid-Buchanan set for rematch Saturday
Lafayette alum Precious Kurth has watched her son Xavier work to earn all-state recognition.
LeBlond falls to Lathrop; Megan Rosenbohm has big night for Lady Trojans
LeBlond, Lafayette boys win big; Benton boys fall in final home game.
Nodaway-Holt is 24-0 and ranked number one in Class 1 girls basketball in Missouri.
Bishop LeBlond, Lathrop, Maysville among the girls teams advancing the second round of district play.
Eight local wrestlers win state championships.
Ten local athletes claim bronze at Saturday's MSHSAA State Wrestling Championships.
14 wrestlers from northwest Missouri will battle for a state championship on Saturday.
Nodaway-Holt girls wrap up conference title; Central falls at home
At halftime of Wednesday's basketball game at LeBlond, the state champion dance team was on display.
30 area wrestlers advance to Friday's state wrestling semifinals.
Maryville head boys basketball coach Mike Kuwitzky says his contract will not be renewed for the 2014-2015 season.
Benton takes down LeBlond; Central wins first home game in a month
Winners from the first round of the consolation side of the state wrestling championship brackets.
Results from the first round of the Missouri High School State Wrestling Championships.
Lafayette wins the MEC for a second consecutive season.
Lafayette's lone state qualifier comes from a family of wrestlers.
Maryville breaks losing skid, North Andrew sweeps North Nodaway.
Smithville sends 11 wrestlers to state from Class 2, District 4.
Benton and West Platte get back in the win column Friday night.
Lafayette edges LeBlond; Cameron's 14-game win streak ends in Smithville.
Lafayette recognized former coaches Mel Clark, Steve Neff and Russell Book prior to Wednesday night's game.
Mid-Buchanan stuns unbeaten West Platte, while the Cameron girls beat LeBlond in double overtime.
Lafayette's Xavier Kurth hits 1,000 career points as the Irish top Benton again.
LeBlond boys, Cameron girls claim narrow wins while Central drops their sixth straight.
Central cross country runner Zac Miller signs his letter of intent for Northwest Missouri State.
Benton comes from behind to beat Chillicothe; Central falls in the semifinals of the NKC Tournament.
Wednesday is national signing day.
Area high school sporting events scheduled for Tuesday have been canceled.
Cameron runs its win streak to 11 games.
Benton senior Tyler McNutt has 175 career wins.
West Platte boys and North Platte girls win championships in the North Platte Invitational.
West Platte and Mid-Buchanan advance to the North Platte Tournament championship.
Benton beat Central and Lafayette Tuesday night to win the city dual.
Central and Cameron pick up tournament wins.
Benton's Dontae White will be a preferred walk-on at Missouri Western next season.
King City boys, Maysville Girls advance in King City Tournament, while Central falls again.
Back-to-back Class 3 State Champions will carry on as teammates with the Bearcats.
The senior tight end hauled in over a thousand yards and 17 touchdowns during his high school career.
The senior receiver is the second Lafayette player in two years to commit to the Bearcats.