Two From Liberty HS Trying To Make A Name On FC Kansas City Team

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.

Kilgore's 23 Points Help Earn Him Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week Honors

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.

Trip Down Memory Lane at KIAAA

Dave Stewart recently attended the 46th annual Kansas Interscholastic Athletic Administration Association State Conference and Meeting and he blogs about all the faces that he recalls and that have impacted his life.

Knights Bring Home State Crown

The Barstow boys captured the second state basketball title in school history. Kennetra Pulliams catches up with the Knights fresh off of their championship performance.

Leavenworth Ladies Repeat As 5A Champs

The Pioneer Ladies of Leavenworth repeated as KSHSAA 5A State Champions. Leif Lisec catches up with the champs.

With New Coach, Park Hill South Posts First Undefeated Conference Season

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.

Maclin Comes Home

Leif Lisec writes about the recent Kansas City Chiefs' signing of former Missouri standout receiver Jeremy Maclin.

March Madness is an American Pastime

What does U.S. politicians and the NCAA March Madness Tournament have in common? Dave Stewart has the answer.

Olathe North's R.J. Smith Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

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.

Bracket Madness

Dave Stewart talks filling out NCAA brackets and gives a little info about local schools and their history with the NCAA tournament.

Who is Lexi Hart?

Lexi Hart could be the best female athlete to ever come out of Eastern Jackson County. Dave Stewart explores why.

Kansas High School Wrestling Recap

Despite no team championships being claimed by Kansas City-area teams last weekend at the State Tournament, there were plenty of individual titles being won. Kyle Haas has your recap from the Kansas 6A and 5A Championships.

High School Roundup

It's playoff time in Kansas and Missouri High School basketball! Mick Shaffer and Kennetra Pulliams take a look at the three best games from Friday night's action.

Raytown vs. Lee's Summit

3/6/2015 -- The Raytown Bluejays and the Lee's Summit Tigers boys basketball teams meet in the Class 5, District 14 championship game.

Truman vs. William Chrisman

3/6/2015 -- The William Chrisman Bears host the Truman Patriots in this high school girls basketball Class 5, District 14 championship game.

Skepticism Lead to New Love

Brian McMillian is a multi-athlete, but it's his new found love for wheelchair tennis that has him most excited and eager.

Seth Pesek Wins Hy-Vee Award

Seth Pesek successfully defended his state wrestling title he won as a sophomore and junior, but that's only part of his story.

Stags Success Comes Fast

Dave Stewart brings us the story of a boy's basketball team who went from worst to first in just one season.

Turning it Up to 11

Mick Shaffer talks about Kansas men's basketball winning their 11th straight Big XII regular season championship.

Park Hill South vs. Liberty Boy's

2/27/15 - The Park Hill South Panthers battle the Liberty Blue Jays in this boy's high school basketball game.

Park Hill South vs. Liberty Girl's

2/27/15 - Watch the second game between the Park Hill South Panthers and the Liberty Blue Jays!

High School Roundup

Mick Shaffer and Kennetra Pulliams bring you this week's High School Roundup.

Missouri High School Wrestling Recap

Kyle Haas recaps the 2015 Missouri state wrestling championships.

Lincoln Prep Boys Basketball Knows How To Have Fun On The Court

Katie Falco takes us to Lincoln Prep where the boys basketball team knows how to have fun on the court.

No Sophomore Slump for UMKC’s Martez Harrison

UMKC's Martez Harrison is having a great sophomore year. Kennetra Pulliams has more.

Samia Roark Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Samia Roark for being named our Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week.

Brock Johnson Has Record Night

SCA boy's basketball player Brock Johnson broke a new record on a night he and the community will never forget.

High School Roundup

Mick Shaffer and Kennetra Pulliams highlight the top three games in Kansas City Metro for Friday, Feb. 20.

Lawrence vs. Olathe North

2/20/15 - The Lawrence Chesty Lions (16-1) take they unbeaten league record to Olathe North (14-3) to battle the Eagles in this boy's basketball Hy-Vee School Game of the Week.

Chiarra Franklin Focused on Goals

Liberty's Chiarra Franklin has set goals for success off the basketball court, that ranges from academics to weight loss.

Goodwin Wins Hy-Vee Honors

Blue Springs boy's basketball player Tayshean Goodwin won the Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week Award for his performance against rival Blue Springs South.

Belton Rebuilding the Program

The Belton Pirates stand at 10-10 overall, already recording more wins this season than the past two. The Pirates rebuilding process is starting to show sings of life.

Blue Springs vs. Blue Springs South

2/13/2015 -- Rivals Blue Springs South and Blue Springs meet up in this Suburban Six Conference matchup.

BS South's Cloe Lane Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

The latest Hy-Vee Athlete of the week is Cloe Lane, a basketball player at Blue Springs South. At the Northtown Tournament, Lane scored 16 points, 20 points and 20 points in the Jaguars' wins in those games.

High School Roundup

Brad Porter and Leif Lisec take you around the region to showcase the best high school highlights from the Kansas City region.

Catching Up With Monte Harrison

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.

Greene, Alexander Comment After Texas Tech Game

Brannen Greene and Cliff Alexander speak with Time Warner Cable SportsChannel after the Texas Tech game.


Mick Shaffer and Josh Klingler breakdown KU's chances of winning a Big 12 title for the 11th straight season on #RockChalkTV.

Weathers Brothers Big Part of SM North's Success

Kennetra Pulliams introduces us to a pair of fraternal twins who are members of the Shawnee Mission North High School boys basketball team.

Olathe East vs. Shawnee Mission North

2/6/2015 -- The Shawnee Mission North Indians host the Olathe East Hawks in this Sunflower League basketball matchup.

Meghan Kearney This Week's Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

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.

Former KC Standout Turns Coach

Does the name Betty Lennox sound familiar? The former Fort Osage, Louisiana Tech and WNBA standout is now coaching at Van Horn.

Seeing Double At Ray-Pec

If you're watching the Ray-Pec Panthers boys basketball team play, don't adjust your eyes. You are seeing double. As in twins. Two sets of them.

Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week: Ke-Shawn Hayes

Park Hill High School's Ke-Shawn Hayes is this week's Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week.

DeSoto Wrestlers Have Eye On States

Hunter Miller and Josh Miller, no relation, are senior wrestlers at DeSoto. They both have over 100 career wins each, but neither has ever won a state title. These Wildcats have their eyes on the prize. Kyle Haas has more.

Great Time To Be A Besler

If your last name is Besler, you're probably making waves in the sports world. Dave Stewart tells us what the youngest Besler, Nick, is up to.

90's Team to be Honored at Halftime

Dave Stewart recaps a great memory from a 90's basketball team that will be honored during TWC's Game of the Week!

Final Moments

Sometimes, it comes down to a last-second basket to take the win.

Bohlken is Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

Smithville Heavyweight Wrestler Jacob Bohlken is the Hy-Vee Althete of the Week for January 23rd.

Bishop Miege Basketball Player is Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

The Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week for January 16th is Bishop Miege's Alston Jones.

Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week: Michael Hughes

Michael Hughes is the Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week for the week of January 9th.

Kansas City is American Soccer

Brad Porter explains why Kansas City should be considered the heartland for American soccer.

Deflate Gate

Mick Shaffer gives us his opinion on the news of the New England Patriots most recent scandal, deflating footballs.

James Franklin Blog

Dave Stewart recounts his memories of a former Olathe North football star, who passed away in a terrible tragedy.

Sweet Sixteen

Mick Shaffer gives us his input on why a 16-team football championship bracket makes more sense than the current 4-team scenario.

SM South to Induct Sixth Class into Hall of Fame

It’s been nearly 50 years since SM South opened its doors in 1966. However, the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame is still a fairly new phenomenon. Friday, SMS will recognize its sixth HOF class.

Former Mizzou Players Have Connection to Chiefs

When former Mizzou players are inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame next month, three of them will have ties to Chiefs. Dave Stewart explains.

Go, Conference, Go!

Do you root for a team or a conference? Mick Shaffer tells us what he cheers for and why.

Kansas State's Best Player Also Most Troubled

It’s the one line in Marcus Foster’s bio that signals trouble. Favorite thing I like best about myself: Always smiling. Modern day Marcus rarely is.