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The Sherwood High football program hasn’t had a winning season in 14 years, but Kasey Tittlemier hopes to change that beginning this week with summer weights and workouts.

JEFFERSON CITY — The Pleasant Hill girls track and field team nearly brought home a state trophy for the second year in a row.

JEFFERSON CITY — Kayleigh Norris closed out her junior season with a bang Saturday at the Class 4 state track and field season.

JEFFERSON CITY — Moments after Brooke Beck won her second-straight 400-meter dash state title, she had a brief moment of deja vu.

JEFFERSON CITY — Mollie Andrews didn’t have the state track and field meet she wanted after a pair of top-three finishes in the hurdles last year, but she ended her season with a state record and championship.

JEFFERSON CITY — The old adage of “you only need one good throw” fit Adrian junior Hank Tenholder’s state meet last weekend.

JEFFERSON CITY — While taking her final strides toward the finish line Saturday, Josie Parks burst into a big smile.

The Pleasant Hill and Harrisonville girls teams each had another school record fall at the district meet.

On Saturday, three school records were broken and a couple dozen athletes qualified for the Class 1 and 2 state track and field meets.

KANSAS CITY — The Harrisonville girls soccer team didn’t waste much time in taking a lead during its Class 2 District 7 opener Saturday at the St. Pius X stadium.

KANSAS CITY — The Pleasant Hill girls soccer team continued a trend that began with the first two games of the Class 2 District 7 matches.

For its next wrestling coach, Pleasant Hill High School has promoted within its current staff.

For the second year in a row, the Pleasant Hill girls track and field team proved its depth and talent were too much to handle at the Missouri River Valley Conference West meet Monday at Warrensburg.

PLEASANT HILL — It only took the Chicks a few minutes to strike first and gain advantage over their county rival last week.

ADRIAN — The Blackhawks track and field team ran away with the WEMO Conference meet Monday, morning than doubling the second-place team.

After 14 years and three team state championships, Jeff Wyatt has resigned as the Pleasant Hill wrestling coach.

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Several personal and school records fell over the weekend at the 101st KU Relays, but there was only one victory from the Harrisonville and Pleasant Hill entires.

A four-run rally in the fifth inning helped the Harrisonville baseball team defeat its county rival April 9, ending a four-game skid in the series.

Although no school records were broken Friday, the Harrisonville and Pleasant Hill track and field teams combined to win most of the events and set many personal bests at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational.

Dakota Essenpries is loving her first year as a college gymnast, and she’s about to compete at the highest level this week. The 2023 Adrian graduate will be with her University of Arkansas team when it competes Thursday at the NCAA Championships semifinal session in Fort Worth, Texas.

As “Field of Dreams” taught us, if you build it, he will come. The often misquoted line of “If you build it, they will come,” makes more sense when it comes to girls or women’s sports.

While the Adrian boys track and field team had a strong performance at the Midway Invitational last week, the Midway girls squad may have itself one of the best quarter-milers in the state.

Just a week after breaking her own school record once again, Harrisonville sophomore Paige Cribbs did it again. This time, she demolished her previous mark.

With his team heading into a pair of home games, Harrisonville girls soccer coach Dan Coleman feels good about where his squad is at before it enters a stretch that contains five conference contests.

Less than two weeks into her sophomore campaign, Harrisonville’s Paige Cribbs improved the school record she set last year.

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