- Coaches All-Star Challenge
- Nick Hibbeler forfeits spot in national contest
- St. Teresa's Academy 3, St. Thomas Aquinas 2
- Rock Bridge 62, Lee's Summit North 45
- Mid America Nazarene 96, LSU Shreveport 71
- Mo Class 5 Boys Basketball | CBC 81, Lee's Summit West 68
- Missouri Class 5 Girls Basketball | Lee's Summit North 76, Eureka 70
The Missouri squad is seeking its fourth straight victory in the 23rd annual Kansas vs. Missouri All-Star Game, which is scheduled for June 19 at Blue Springs High School.
The Kansas vs. Missouri All-Star Game will take place June 19 at Blue Springs High School
The Star’s All-Metro wrestling team spotlights the top competitor in each weight class, as judged by The Star’s high school sports staff.
Gary Belcher will depart Kearney after a nine-year run that includes 137 wins and a Missouri Class 4 state championship in 2010.
Jonas, a senior, averages 17.9 points and 8.1 rebounds per game for the 26-2 Patriots.
All-Eastern Kansas League boys basketball team
Drew Lock is expected to announce he will continue his college career as a quarterback after emerging as one of the nations top pro-style passers during a sterling junior season at Lees Summit
Khalil and Carlos Davis, both defensive tackles, decide they’ll be Cornhuskers.
Missouri reached across the state line again to pluck one of the top football recruits from Johnson County on Tuesday when Blue Valley junior A.J. Harris gave an verbal commitment to the Tigers.
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.