Boys Basketball

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SMITHVILLE — Kearney fought off a pesky Smithville bunch using a third-quarter surge to pull away for a 62-43 win at Smithville High School on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

Wrestling

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LIBERTY — The new year is off to a great start for a team that has experienced significant success since the start of the season.

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LIBERTY — Starting off the night Tuesday, Jan. 14, during a home match for the Blue Jays, the first wrestler seen from Liberty was junior Jenna Berry against sophomore Lexi Hatfield from Staley wrestling in the 115 weight class. By the end of the first period, her Falcons opponent had made a…

Girls Basketball

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LIBERTY — With both teams starting the game undefeated in the season, on Tuesday, Jan. 7, the pressure was on for the Liberty Blue Jays and the Staley Falcons when they went head to head. In order to win, Liberty’s girls varsity basketball coaches worked hard to prepare the team for what the…

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SMITHVILLE — The Kearney girls basketball team flipped the script in the second half, overcoming a double-digit deficit to beat Smithville 44-38 on Tuesday, Jan. 7, in Smithville in a battle of Top 10 teams.

Girls Swimming and Diving

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Ever since last season when the Eagles ended Park Hill South’s lengthy run as Suburban Red Conference champions, a stretch of domination that lasted the better of two decades since the turn of the century, Liberty North has been in the discussion as the top girls swim and dive team from the …

Volleyball

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Nobody could miss Madison Duello walking the hallways at Liberty High School. And it wasn’t just because of her height. Regarded as the most talented player to ever come through the Blue Jays’ volleyball program, Duello’s superior talent, in combination with her 6-foot-3 frame, enabled her t…

William Jewell

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The William Jewell College women's basketball team put together their best offensive performance since early December but fell just short at Lewis by a final of 70-63 on Saturday, Jan. 11.

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The William Jewell College men's basketball team went cold in the first half and did not score for more than 11 minutes, resulting in a 76-51 loss at Lewis University on Saturday, Jan. 11.

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