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March 8 The Kansas City Star The performance seemed quiet only by comparison. In reality, Barstow sophomore Jeriah Hornes game spoke loudly once again Saturday. More News While Horne fell short of the output he compiled in Barstows first meeting
March 1 The Kansas City Star Two recruits for the price of one. More News Twin brothers Khalil and Carlos Davis both defensive tackles at Blue Springs High School committed to Nebraska during an unofficial visit to Lincoln on Saturday. Missouri,
February 19 The Kansas City Star Park Hill High School junior Colston DiBlasi has played the role of both underdog and heavy favorite...More News He played the underdog role to perfection last season, winning the 152-pound Missouri Class 4 wrestling
February 15 The Kansas City Star The state-qualifying wrestling tournament has provided some of the more regrettable moments for Blue Springs South senior Cole West. It's a place where he has often found excuses but very few answers. More News With
January 30 The Kansas City Star Blue Springs High School seniors Daniel Lewis and Michael Pixley have lost a combined one wrestling match in the last two seasons. Both are defending Missouri Class 4 state championships this season. More News And at
More News Rockhurst The Hawklets won their fourth state championship in school history last season, but they return only one letterman junior Cartier Dean from that team. That means first-year coach Pete Campbell has a tough assignment in filling the
November 27 The Kansas City Star Are you ready for some high school state championship football? Among the Kansas City area teams vying for a state title is Lawson...Friday The Lawson Cardinals were blown out twice in their first six games...
November 23 The Kansas City Star Something changed for the Hawklets after their fateful midseason trip to St...Louis Gateway Classic and fell below .500, but then won 16 consecutive matches including a 3-1 victory against Timberland on Saturday at
November 22 The Kansas City Star Rockhurst senior Kyle McLagan's initial reaction to a position change on the soccer field was a mixture of surprise, anxiety and even laughter. But he knew his team was desperate, and he was willing to try anything.
Friday More News The regular season offered little reason to believe the Blue Springs Wildcats would be challenged in their defense of the Missouri Class 6 state championship...Lee's Summit lost only twice this season, with both defeats coming