Mosby, a Fort Osage graduate, was fourth in the Great Lakes Valley Conference in rebounding this season.
Trent Hosick, a former Staley High School quarterback who this spring hopes to battle for the starting job on the Missouri Tigers, helped two men out of a wrecked truck after an accident Sunday along snowy eastbound Interstate 70.
Khalil and Carlos Davis, both defensive tackles, decide they’ll be Cornhuskers.
The road from Lee’s Summit West to the Missouri football program just became a little more well-traveled. Lee’s Summit West junior running back Ryan Williams announced Saturday his commitment to Missouri. He follows in the footsteps of Lee’s Summit West teammates Logan Cheadle and Kevin Pendleton, who signed with MU earlier this winter following their senior seasons with the Titans.
Five-star offensive lineman Braden Smith of Olathe South announced on Wednesday that he will play for Auburn next season. He was one of 13 football players to make their announcements during ESPNUs Signing Day coverage.
All across America on Wednesday, thousands of high school athletes will sign college letters of intent, living out dreams and charting futures. But inside the halls of Shawnee Mission West, something will be missing. This was supposed to be the day Vikings star Andre Maloney signed to play football at KU.
Bruce Bias, who has spent much of the year hobbled, led the way for the Tigers in their 73-62 senior night victory over Liberty on Friday, scoring a game-high 19 points in a balanced effort.
The Missouri Class 5 and Class 4 district tournaments begin Saturday. Here are five things to watch in boys and girls district play.
The Lansing boys basketball team lost just two games last season, including the Class 5A state championship game. Since then, the Lions have been unstoppable. They finished the regular season with a perfect 20-0 record and a 14-0 mark in the Kaw Valley League.
With three minutes left in Friday’s game, the big contingent of Olathe East fans on hand at Olathe South could clearly envision a grand opportunity: Rushing the floor of their bitter rivals, a metaphorical thumb in the eye of the Falcons.
The Eagles completed their season of perfection with a team score of 2,393 pins on Thursday at Wichita’s Northrock Lanes.
Here’s one more look back at the Kansas high school wrestling state tournament last weekend.