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Amid winter snow storm, Kansas City high schools postpone sporting events

Updated: 2014-02-04T19:42:11Z

By SAM McDOWELL

The Kansas City Star

A winter snow storm has wiped out the majority of the high school sports schedule Tuesday in Kansas City.

It’s conference season in boys basketball, so most of the matchups have already been rescheduled for a later date.

Check back for updates throughout the day as they trickle in.

To report more postponements, contact reporter Sam McDowell at smcdowell@kcstar.com.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bishop Miege at Blue Valley North, rescheduled for Wednesday

Blue Springs at Lee's Summit North, makeup date TBD

Blue Valley Northwest at Blue Valley, makeup date TBD

Grandview at Platte County, rescheduled for Feb. 12

Kearney at Winnetonka, makeup date TBD

Liberty at Blue Springs South, rescheduled for Wednesday

North Kansas City at Belton, rescheduled for Feb. 17

Park Hill at Lee's Summit West, rescheduled for Monday

Raymore-Peculiar at Lee's Summit, rescheduled for Wednesday

Raytown South at Liberty North, rescheduled for Wednesday

Staley at Fort Osage, rescheduled for Feb. 12

St. Joseph Central at Park Hill South, rescheduled for Wednesday

Truman at Ruskin, rescheduled for Feb. 24

WRESTLING

Winnetonka, Lee's Summit at Kearney, will not be rescheduled

Fort Osage at North Kansas City, will not be rescheduled

Eudora at Paola, rescheduled for Friday

Raytown, Oak Park at Staley, rescheduled for Monday

To reach Sam McDowell, send email to smcdowell@kcstar.com. Follow him at twitter.com/SamMcDowell11.

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