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FC Kansas City has always had a local flavor. This year is no exception as Shea Groom and Kaysie Clark from Liberty High School are participating in tryouts. Dave Stewart has more.
Brandon Kilgore of Blue Springs South High School is this week's Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week. Kilgore was averaging 13.5 points per game throughout the season, but it was his 23 points in the MSHSAA Class 5 title game that helped his team earn that title.
With new head coach Dan Parra at the helm, the Park Hill South boys basketball team went undefeated in conference play for the first time ever. Kennetra Pulliams has more.
For just the second time since school history, Olathe North made the state playoffs in boys basketball, thanks to a last second shot and free throw by R.J. Smith who says he was not even the first option on the game's pivotal play.
It's been almost a year to the day since Monte Harrison signed to play football and baseball at Nebraska. Turns out, he played neither. Monte was drafted by Milwaukee with the 50th pick and is now a rising star with the Brewers. Baseball America ranks him as their fourth best prospect after leading the rookie league team in hits as a leadoff hitter with unusual pop. Dave Stewart has his story.
Meghan Kearney of Notre Dame De Sion High School is this week's Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week. The swimmer just recently qualified for states for the fourth year in a row and swimming isn't even her main sport.