High schools

High school results - January 5

Updated: 2014-01-06T05:12:32Z

Today’s basketball games


Lathrop at Southwest ECC

Lawson at Chillicothe

Orrick at Braymer

Richmond at Hamilton

Summit Christian at University Academy

West Platte at DeKalb


Belton at Oak Park

Blue Valley West at Blue Valley Southwest

Grain Valley at Fort Osage

Grandview at Winnetonka

Lee's Summit at Blue Springs South

Lee's Summit West at Lee's Summit North

Liberty at Kearney

North Kansas City at William Chrisman

Notre Dame de Sion at Pleasant Hill

Odessa at Lawson

Orrick at Braymer

Park Hill at Liberty North

Raytown at Staley

St. Joseph Central at Park Hill South

Southwest ECC at Lincoln Prep

Summit Christian at University Academy

West Platte at DeKalb

St. Teresa's at St. James Academy (cancelled)

Girls swimming

COMO Invitational

A t Mizzou Aquatic Center, i n Columbia

(Race distances in yards)

Teams: 1. Park Hill South, 311; 2, Glendale, 281; 3. Blue Springs South, 218; 4. Kickapoo, 187, 5. Rock Bridge, 178; 6. Notre Dame de Sion, 136.5; 7. Lee’s Summit, 121; 8. Oak Park, 106; 9. Lee’s Summit West, 101; 10. SJ Central, 100; 11. Lee’s Summit North, 85; 12. Libert North, 83; 13. Kearney, 76; 14. Raymore-Peculiar, 42; 15. Lberty, 40; 20. Staley 29; 24. Pembroke Hill, 7; 25. Warrensburg, 6.5.

Event winners

50 freestyle: Brusick, Raymore-Peculiar, 25.15. 100 backstroke: Hynes, Lee’s Summit North, 56.87. 100 breaststroke: Riekhof, PARKS, 1:07.88. 100 butterfly: McLain, PARKS, 59.19. 100 freestyle: Sisson, GLEN, 53.47. 200 freestyle: Tackett, Rock Bridge, 1:54.73. 200 freestyle relay: PARKS, 1:43.38. 200 individual medley: Hynes, Lee’s Summit North, 2:11.04. 200 medley relay: PARKS, 1:53.80. 400 freestyle relay: PARKS, 3:45.21. 500 freestyle: Tackett, RB, 5:08.82. One-meter diving: Brandmeyer, Notre Dame de Sion, 386.00.

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