Each city school eliminated on Tuesday
LeBlond appeared in its fifth straight sectional game on Saturday.
Smithville advances past Savannah; plus Benton's season ends against Platte County
Bishop LeBlond claims fifth straight district championship, Savannah blanks Smithville for title.
LeBlond falls for the 4th straight week; plus Maryville tops Lafayette
LeBlond's tough road continues; plus Benton grabs conference win number 2.
Maryville, LeBlond post soccer wins, Central sends one to state tennis championships.
Savannah volleyball stays unbeaten, softball teams finish regular season.
Benton scores first MEC win since 2011, Maryville runs win streak to 37.
Maryville wins 36th straight, Savannah rolls, Lafayette bounces back.
Smithville, Maryville stand as the lone unbeatens in the MEC after Week 5 wins.
Lafayette wins shootout in Savannah, Maryville crushes LeBlond in St. Joseph.
Lafayette hangs on to knock off Benton; Maryville rolls; and LeBlond remains unbeaten.
Benton snaps a 19-game losing streak, Bishop LeBlond gets their second win to start the year.
Maryville dominates Lawson; Lafayette starts the season with a win over North Kansas City.
The Savages have 14 seniors returning for one last football season.
Lafayette tops Benton, Bishop LeBlond and Maryville to rematch in district tournament final.
High school district baseball tournaments continue on Monday.
The Cardinals and Savages move to the semifinal round of districts after one-run wins.
Savannah beats LeBlond to win the MEC, while Central routs Oak Park.
Savannah's Trent Young makes third straight trip to state golf championships.
Bishop LeBlond claims Class 2, District 8 title, Savannah claims third in Class 3, District 8.
Savannah scores a 6-5 comeback win over Benton at Hyde Park.
John Weeks will run track at Northwest next year, while Bert Ernst will play basketball at the University of St. Mary.
The Dragons beat Harrisonville 7-6 in nine innings Wednesday.
Cameron knocks off Chillicothe in Pony Express Tournament, LeBlond, Lafayette soccer claim wins.
Bishop LeBlond claims team championship and three of the top four individual spot.
Cameron, Chillicothe, and Maryville claim wins on the first day of the Pony Express Tournament.
Savannah gets a narrow win over Lafayette. LeBlond scores in double figures for a second day in a row.
Savannah jumped out to a ten point lead on Lafayette, but the Irish finished strong to win their second straight district title.
Central falls in District semifinal; Lafayette moves past Chillicothe to title game vs. Savannah.
Eight local wrestlers win state championships.
14 wrestlers from northwest Missouri will battle for a state championship on Saturday.
Lafayette wins the MEC for a second consecutive season.
Smithville sends 11 wrestlers to state from Class 2, District 4.
Lafayette edges LeBlond; Cameron's 14-game win streak ends in Smithville.
LeBlond boys, Cameron girls claim narrow wins while Central drops their sixth straight.
Cameron takes second, Benton third as Tyler McNutt wins Outstanding Wrestler Award.
Lafayette cruises past Kearney; Savannah uses overtime to beat Maryville.
Central, LeBlond Girls, West Platte Boys pick up victories.
Benton picks up first win of the year over Smithville, while Chillicothe holds off LeBlond rally.
Area high school basketball scores
Matt Webb earns Class 3 Coach of the Year as Spoofhounds send six players.
Maryville's Brody McMahon, Trent Nally and Hamilton's Kellen Overstreet earn Player of the Year honors.
Lafayette claims second straight Savannah Tournament Championship.
Lafayette edged Chillicothe, while LeBlond knocked off Savannah Friday night.
Lafayette beat Platte County Wednesday, while Staley topped Savannah.
Savages play rude hosts to Maryville, downing them 51-15 to earn a date with Staley on Wednesday.
Chillicothe tops LeBlond to advance to the district championship.