Central falls in District semifinal; Lafayette moves past Chillicothe to title game vs. Savannah.
Nodaway-Holt girls wrap up conference title; Central falls at home
Benton takes down LeBlond; Central wins first home game in a month
Benton comes from behind to beat Chillicothe; Central falls in the semifinals of the NKC Tournament.
Cameron takes second, Benton third as Tyler McNutt wins Outstanding Wrestler Award.
Benton picks up first win of the year over Smithville, while Chillicothe holds off LeBlond rally.
Maryville's Brody McMahon, Trent Nally and Hamilton's Kellen Overstreet earn Player of the Year honors.
Lafayette throttles Excelsior Springs to earn the right to face Liberty North.
Maryville earns at least a share of MEC championship with win over Savannah.
Bishop LeBlond, Maysville, Smithville among those advancing to softball sectionals.
Second-half surge lifts Bishop LeBlond over Benton.
Maryville, Savannah stay unblemished in conference play.
Lafayette suffers second straight loss, while Maryville wins their 20th straight.
Savannah edges Lafayette in St. Joseph, Maryville outlasts Bishop LeBlond.
Lafayette claims their sixth straight win over Benton, 40-18.
Bishop LeBlond, Lafayette, Cameron, Chillicothe all start the year 2-0.
District Championship matchups set after full Monday slate.
Central falls in overtime thriller, West Platte stays unbeaten.
Benton, Lafayette, and Central will all be represented in Columbia.
Stanberry Boys, Maysville Girls claim King City Championship.
Benton's Tyler McNutt, Cameron's Trevor Burkhart sweep their matches.
Turnovers cost Warriors in 49-21 loss to Warriors.
The 6th seed in Class 4, District 8, Smithville, knocks off the 3rd seed, Excelsior Springs, in district action.
Smithville scores 30 unanswered points in the second half against Leblond.
Savannah deals Smithville its first loss of the season.
Warriors Win Battle in Overtime
Cards Fall to 3-3
Warriors Keep Pace in MEC Conference Race
3rd Quarter Melee Results in Ejections on Both Sides
Savages Suffer First Loss
Hornets Take First Loss
Platte County outscores Smithville at home.
Warriors Overmatch Eagles
Lafayette beats Smithville 20-14 in overtime.
Smithville loses both running backs in the first half, Savannah rolls 21-10.
Spoofhounds Shut Out Warriors
Smithville wins home opener against the Dragons from Cameron.