More Videos

Jenna Gray on helping Stanford volleyball to Final Four in KC 0:52

Jenna Gray on helping Stanford volleyball to Final Four in KC

Park Hill senior wide receiver Ronnie Bell on winning the 2017 Simone Award 0:37

Park Hill senior wide receiver Ronnie Bell on winning the 2017 Simone Award

Park Hill’s Ronnie Bell receives Simone Award in surprise ceremony 1:15

Park Hill’s Ronnie Bell receives Simone Award in surprise ceremony

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves on new KCI single terminal 1:28

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves on new KCI single terminal

People cheer as power is restored to Atlanta airport 0:18

People cheer as power is restored to Atlanta airport

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers 5:08

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers

Washington State coach Mike Leach talks about his favorite mascots 1:58

Washington State coach Mike Leach talks about his favorite mascots

Burns & McDonnell says its KCI proposal was wrongly disqualified 2:30

Burns & McDonnell says its KCI proposal was wrongly disqualified

Package delivery thieves looking for loot will instead say “crap” 2:20

Package delivery thieves looking for loot will instead say “crap”

  • Shawnee Mission North celebrates first boys basketball title in 63 years

    Shawnee Mission North defeated Wichita Southeast 80-56 to win the Kansas Class 6A boys basketball state championship on March 12, 2016.

Shawnee Mission North defeated Wichita Southeast 80-56 to win the Kansas Class 6A boys basketball state championship on March 12, 2016. smcdowell@kcstar.com
Shawnee Mission North defeated Wichita Southeast 80-56 to win the Kansas Class 6A boys basketball state championship on March 12, 2016. smcdowell@kcstar.com

SM North wins first Kansas boys basketball state title in 63 years

March 12, 2016 09:24 PM

UPDATED March 13, 2016 10:04 AM

More Videos

Jenna Gray on helping Stanford volleyball to Final Four in KC 0:52

Jenna Gray on helping Stanford volleyball to Final Four in KC

Park Hill senior wide receiver Ronnie Bell on winning the 2017 Simone Award 0:37

Park Hill senior wide receiver Ronnie Bell on winning the 2017 Simone Award

Park Hill’s Ronnie Bell receives Simone Award in surprise ceremony 1:15

Park Hill’s Ronnie Bell receives Simone Award in surprise ceremony

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves on new KCI single terminal 1:28

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves on new KCI single terminal

People cheer as power is restored to Atlanta airport 0:18

People cheer as power is restored to Atlanta airport

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers 5:08

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers

Washington State coach Mike Leach talks about his favorite mascots 1:58

Washington State coach Mike Leach talks about his favorite mascots

Burns & McDonnell says its KCI proposal was wrongly disqualified 2:30

Burns & McDonnell says its KCI proposal was wrongly disqualified

Package delivery thieves looking for loot will instead say “crap” 2:20

Package delivery thieves looking for loot will instead say “crap”

  • Jenna Gray on helping Stanford volleyball to Final Four in KC

    Former St. James Academy volleyball players Audriana Fitzmorris and Jenna Gray will lead Stanford into the NCAA Final Four on Thursday at the Sprint Center in KC.