Northwest improves to 4-1 with one non-conference game left.
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.
Chelseay Dewey posts a career-high 17 points in 76-69 win over an NAIA opponent.
Bishop LeBlond boys and girls win openers, Central falls to Staley.
Chiefs safety Eric Berry will undergo testing for lymphoma after a mass was found in his chest.
North Andrew, North Platte, and Maryville girls basketball came together to raise money for tornado-stricken towns.
Missouri Western starts 2-0 after a 63-61 win over William Jewell in their opening weekend.
The Bearcats shot 50 percent from the floor in their third straight win to finish their weekend in St. Joseph.
The defending National Champions exit in the first round of the playoffs for the first time since 2011.
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.
The proposed $7.8 million stadium renovations would be complete before the fall of 2015.
Central, Lafayette go unbeaten in the St. Joseph City Basketball Jamboree at the Civic Arena.
Latavius Murray runs for 112 yards and two touchdowns as the Raiders snap a five-game win streak for the Chiefs.
LaQuinta Jefferson scores a game-high 23 points in a 71-69 win at the MWSU Looney Complex.
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.
St. Joe native Michael Hill signed with Indianapolis.
Kansas City declined a one year, $12 million option for Butler earlier this year.
Kara Powelson signs to play Division I softball.
Central's Joe Tieman signed his letter of intent Tuesday afternoon.
Northwest returns just two seniors to 2014-2015 team.
4 Griffons, 8 Bearcats selected to 1st team All-MIAA football team
Four Bearcats finish in double figures in a 91-62 win over College of St. Mary.
Former East Buchanan standout Chelsea Dewey is already impressing at point guard with Missouri Western.
Brice Garnett finishes 6th at 13 under par at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
Former MWSU quarterback Travis Partridge scores twice to finish his rookie season in the CFL.
Northwest's national title defense begins in Duluth, Minnesota Saturday.
Kansas City pulls into a tie for first in the AFC West with a win over the reigning Super Bowl champions.
The Bearcats shot 52-percent from the field on Saturday.
LaQuinta Jefferson scores a game-high 24 points in a 77-70 loss at Quincy University.
The Bearcats earn their 26th conference championship with a 31-14 win over Washburn.
Missouri Western scored a late touchdown in the fourth quarter to pull out a 22-21 win at Missouri Southern.
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.
Northwest's game against Washburn will not be played at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
The teams will face off at Arrowhead Stadium on Nov. 14, 2015. Missouri will visit BYU on Nov. 7, 2020.
Local athletes including Savannah's Clayton McGinness and Central's Cole Roberts sign letters of intent on Wednesday.
LeBlond's Greg Kastner earned coach of the year honors from St. Joseph Sports, Inc. Wednesday night.
The 2014 All-City football team was released Wednesday evening.
Missouri Western can finish 2014 with seven wins on Saturday.
Missouri Western shot 46.6-percent from the field in Tuesday's loss.
If the current regional rankings hold after Saturday's games, Pittsburg State would host Northwest in the first round of the Division II playoffs.