Southland area wrestlers fared well last weekend at Missouri wrestling state tournament.
Southland area girls swimmers and divers fared well last weekend at Missouri girls swimming and diving state meet.
Here is a look at the regular season’s stretch run in the Suburban Conference girls basketball races.
The Oak Grove High School Panthers headed to the Missouri Class 2 state wrestling championships last season expecting a dogfight for first place.
Here’s a breakdown of the stretch run of the Suburban Conference’s boys basketball season.
It would be easy for Lee’s Summit North High School sophomore Haley Hynes to say she will simply shrug off the pressure that comes along with swimming in the Missouri State High School Activities Association Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 21-22 in St. Peters, Mo. After all, she won two events there last season, capping a remarkable first year of high school swimming.
It’s been a historic season for the Lee’s Summit High School wrestling team. It’s been an equally unexpected one.
Blue Springs South is in the thick of a race for a girls basketball conference championship. Such opportunities haven’t come around too often.
When Grandview High School coach Shannon Moore told his friends, colleagues, coaching peers — whoever would listen — that his girls basketball team had potential for a special season, he didn’t get many agreeable responses. And why would he?
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.
Fort Osage boys basketball team notch a dramatic win in championship game of Kearney Classic.
With a six-player senior class returning to Summit Christian Academy, it was easy to believe coach Jake Kates when he said the Eagles would enjoy a much-improved basketball season.
Fort Osage High School running back Ezra Vaoifi is proud of his Samoan heritage and speaks of it often. On Saturday, he will have the opportunity to represent it on the football field.
High school sports news and notes in 816 area.
A month into the football season, Blue Springs wide receiver Darrius Shepherd said he hoped his senior class would leave a mark on an already tradition-filled program.
Five must-see football games featuring Missouri side 816 area teams. Fort Osage at Staley tops the list.
Last week: defeated Lee's Summit West 42-35
Five upcoming high school football games featuring Southland teams worth a mention.