Chillicothe downs Benton; Lafayette edges Kirksville.
The No. 10 Dragons showed their talent reaches far beyond basketball.
Caleb Bennett scored 16 points in Wednesday's win over Parkview.
East Buchanan boys and girls swept the LeBlond Holiday Tournament championships.
East Buchanan and LeBlond girls advance to Tuesday's holiday tournament championship.
East Buchanan edges University Academy, plus LeBlond girls rout Tarkio
Maryville and North Nodaway each have a unique set of coaches for their girls' basketball teams.
Central continues to work toward ultimate goal with young team
LeBlond senior Katie Bullimore was diagnosed with a rare blood clotting disorder that's kept her off the court, but she stuck with the basketball team.
Benton pulls away from Parkview; LeBlond boys and girls split with Falls City Sacred Heart.
Platte County downs Benton; Mid-Buchanan gets a second win over Lawson.
North Andrew boys and girls sweep King City.
Mid-Buchanan big second quarter helps lift them over DeKalb
Riverside star selected to All-American Bowl
Benton and Savannah close at half, but Cards pull away
Audrey Schank posted a state-qualifying time in 100 yard backstroke.
The Lady Indians are off to a 3-0 start.
Lafayette gets a big road win at Platte County, plus Benton overcomes a slow start to beat Maryville
East Buchanan wins the third place game from the KCI Tournament.
Rye'll Dydell will compete in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl at the home of the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Hamilton's Kellen Overstreet repeats as Class 1 Offensive Player of the Year.
Lafayette boys top Benton again, top seeds in KCI Tournament reach championship game.
Chillicothe girls claim first Savannah Tournament title in 20 years with win over the Lady Savages.
Benton wins home opener; Maryville knocks off Savannah.
Chillicothe tops Savannah; hot-shooting leads LeBlond past Maryville.
The Frank Fontana Award goes to the most outstanding small school football player in the Kansas City metro.
Savannah downs Central; Staley edges LeBlond.
Lafayette boys crush Maryville, LeBlond, Savannah fall on opening day of Savannah Tournament.
The same outcome for the second straight year as North Andrew holds off Stanberry.
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.