LIBERTY — Liberty North volleyball beat North Kansas City 3-0 in the Class 5 District 15 semifinals on Monday, Oct. 26 at North Kansas City High School.
KEARNEY — Kearney volleyball defeated Smithville 3-0 on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at Kearney High School to advance to the Class 4 District 16 final.
KEARNEY — Kearney volleyball won its final five matches of the regular season without dropping a single set.
SMITHVILLE — Smithville volleyball closed out the regular season with a four-match win streak and heads into postseason with a 21-7-1 record.
LIBERTY — Liberty volleyball went 3-0 during the final week of the regular season, capping off an 9-1 stretch since Oct. 13 to head into the postseason with a 17-5 record.
LIBERTY — The William Jewell men’s and women’s cross country teams took part in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship on Saturday. The championship, which was the only league title award this fall, was split into two races for each of the men and women teams due to COVID-19, with th…
Liberty North football has made a habit out of needing comebacks and late scores to fuel an extended win streak to end the regular season.
LIBERTY — The Liberty North girls golf team faced challenging conditions at the Missouri State High School Activities Association Class 4 girls golf tournament, which had its first day canceled and scores thrown out due to weather.
SMITHVILLE — Smithville football built a 20-point first half lead and never looked back in its 33-6 win over Winnetonka Friday, Oct. 23 at Smithville High School.
LIBERTY — Liberty football recovered from its first loss of the season to beat North Kansas City 31-14 on the road.
LIBERTY — Liberty North volleyball completed an historic regular season as the team went undefeated heading into the postseason.
SMITHVILLE — Junior Kali Brown and sophomore Marie Peach represented Smithville at the Missouri State High School Activities Association Class 2 girls golf tournament on Monday, Oct. 21 and Tuesday, Oct. 22 at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club in New Bloomfield.
LIBERTY — Liberty swim finished up its regular-season slate with two dominant victories at events hosted by Blue Springs. The Blue Jays beat Blue Springs 129-57 in a dual on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at Blue Springs Centennial Pool in Blue Springs.
LIBERTY — Liberty soccer extended its winning streak to seven games as the Blue Jays defeated Lee’s Summit West 2-0 on Monday, Oct. 19.
SMITHVILLE — Both of the Smithville cross country teams walked away from the conference meet with team titles, but the paths to that outcome looked a little different for each squad.
LIBERTY — The cross country teams at both Liberty schools moved up to the Gold Division of the Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference this season. The boys teams seemed to handle the new competition just fine.
KEARNEY — Kearney senior Sara Dillon completed her girls tennis career with a short run at state. Dillon lost both of her matches at the Missouri State High School Activities Association Class 2 girls tennis championships Thursday, Oct. 15.
LIBERTY — Liberty North’s Lily Reeder and Georgia Carter had a tough finish to a record-breaking season for the Eagles No.1 doubles team.
LIBERTY — Liberty’s Rebecca Floray refused to let an early loss deter her at the Missouri High School Activities Association Class 3 girls tennis championships on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 15-16 at Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield.
SMITHVILLE — The Smithville softball team’s hopes of returning to state were dashed in the district finals for a third straight season.
LIBERTY — An undefeated Liberty team hosted a one-loss Raymore-Peculiar team in a game expected to be a highly competitive showdown on Friday, Oct. 16 at Liberty High School.
LIBERTY — Liberty North softball took a late lead with an explosive fifth inning before Park Hill responded with its own firepower at the plate to send the Eagles home in Class 5 District 8 semifinals at Staley High School on Wednesday, Oct. 14.
SMITHVILLE — Kearney softball found itself with not enough firepower in the district semifinals for the second straight season after the Bulldogs fell 11-1 against Class 4 District 8 host team Smithville on Wednesday, Oct. 14.
LIBERTY — Liberty North did it again.
SMITHVILLE — Smithville football put together another complete game as the Warriors beat Ruskin 57-12 on Friday, Oct. 16 at Ruskin High School.
LIBERTY — Liberty North freshman Bailey Burkett has had two cracks as postseason tournaments in her young high school golf career.
LIBERTY — Liberty North volleyball entered its second matchup with Liberty this year having won its last 14 sets as the team looked to continue its 14-game win streak to start the season.
LIBERTY — Liberty softball took an early lead against crosstown rival Liberty North and never looked back in an 8-2 win on Friday, Oct. 9 at Liberty High School.
SMITHVILLE — Smithville football head coach Jason Ambroson talks as much about potential as he does success when he describes his young team’s 30-plus point performances on offense this season.
SMITHVILLE — Smithville softball earned a share of the Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference Blue Division championship after beating Kearney 3-2 on Tuesday, Oct. 6 at Smithville High School.
LIBERTY — Liberty North football has found itself trailing by double digits heading into halftime each of the last two weeks.
LIBERTY — Liberty football was pushed to its limits against Park Hill after junior running back Wentric Williams III left the game with an injury late in the first quarter Friday, Oct. 9 at Liberty High School.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association announced changes to the postseason dates and locations for both softball and boys soccer tournaments this fall.
LIBERTY — Liberty tennis entered the second round of the Class 3 District 8 with the Blue Jays asking themselves an unfamiliar question: could they even the score with crosstown rival Liberty North?
LIBERTY — Liberty North girls golf won the Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference Gold Division on the strength of the performances of co-champions in junior Averi Mickelson and freshman Bailey Burkett.