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As a Kansas State Wildcat football player, I was fortunate to be coached by Bill Snyder, the great Hall of Famer and St. Joe native! I finished my broadcast journalism degree at UMKC and have worked in the news room for the past three years at KMBC - ABC Channel 9 in Kansas City.
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The Bishop LeBlond girls soccer team hosted the Lafayette Fighting Irish Monday evening in a crosstown conference matchup getting big win 6-0.
The city baseball round robin continued Wednesday over at Phil Welch stadium with Benton and Lafayette squaring off for the first game of the day. The Cardinals were able to pull out a come from behind win 10-7 in extra innings.
The first games of spring sports at the high school level are about to begin. The LeBlond Eagles baseball team is excited to defend their 2019 district title after a lost 2020 season due to the pandemic.
The University of Missouri announced Wednesday that they will be at full capacity for home football games during the fall.
Kansas City Chiefs signed interior offensive lineman Joe Thuney to a five year $80-million contract helping rebuild the offensive line.
KSU beat TCU 71-50 in the first round of the Big 12 basketball tournament Wednesday. The Wildcats will play No. 1 seed Baylor Thursday.
The Missouri Western women's lacrosse team played its inaugural game Friday night at Spratt Stadium as they hosted Culver-Stockton. The Griffons blew out the Wildcats 17-0 to win the programs first game ever.
The Bishop LeBlond lady Golden Eagles hosted the Cameron Dragons Tuesday night in a matchup that went into overtime. The Dragons were able to outlast the Golden Eagles in the final minutes of OT getting the win 45-40.
The Benton lady Cardinals made the short trip to the northside of town to take on host school the Lafayette lady Fighting Irish getting the win 50-27.
The Lafayette Fighting Irish boys’ basketball team hosted crosstown rival the Benton Cardinals Tuesday night getting the win 63-33.