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Wildcat Sports Seasons Set To Begin

  Senior Sienna Reed focuses on her pass at a preseason practice. Sophomore Payton Minnis prepares to throw out a runner as Coach Roger Lower looks on in the background.   The Blue Springs Wildcat sports season will begin over the next several weeks with competition in nine varsity sports. Check the schedules tab on

Senior girls golfer Mariah Peters was named to the 2014/2015 NHSCA Academic All Americans list. This selections honors student athletes from all sports who excel on the court or field and in the classroom. Read all about her honor here:….htm Mariah Peters (Missouri) competes in the sport of golf at Blue Springs High School for

Summer camp dates set

Please use the following link to access summer sports camp registration forms: Camp dates can be found here: SummerCamps 2015

Shaw shoots 83, advances to state

Steven Shaw qualified for state in golf.  He is the first boy’s golfer to make state since 2011, shooting an 83 in extremely windy conditions.  The last golfer to make it to state was Ryan Burke, who walked away a state champion. Shaw will compete at state competition next Monday and Tuesday at Sedalia Country

Girls’ track quietly shocks field, wins conference title

Solid performances across the board propelled the Wildcats girls track team to a conference championship. Scoring 162 points, the Cats recorded a number of conference champions and placers. According to Coach Reeder, this team “win” is unique in many ways. “We didn’t have a lot of first place finishes, which makes our team even more

Boy’s track collects 4th consecutive conference title

Adding their 19th conference plaque to the trophy case, the Wildcats boys’s track and field team scored 212 points on Wednesday to win the Suburban Big 6 conference title. Not only did they bring home the team trophy, several individual Wildcats also took center stage: Taysean Goodwin and Justin Hall tied for the Golden Spike, an

Davis twins garner national attention with USA Today article

As seniors Carlos and Khalil Davis continue to shine at a national level for their athletic achievements in track and field, Doug Tucker of USA TODAY High School Sports Magazine delves deeper than their accolades and takes a closer look at their family and their focus.  

Boys tennis celebrates senior night, looks towards districts

The Wildcat Boys Tennis Team had a special senior night last night against RayPec. After beginning singles at Young Park, rain forced them indoors at Metroeast Tennis Center, where they won the match 7-0. After sweeping singles, Ben Duvall and Trent Turner played their first Varsity Doubles match (as first year seniors) and they won a tiebreak over Ray-Pec.  It

Boys golf qualifies three for sectionals

With their scores from District play on Monday, three Wildcat golfers pushed through to sectional meet. Individual scores were as follows: Jackson Koenig 83, which landed him all district and sectional qualifier Steven Shaw 85, sectional qualifier Taylor Muller 84, sectional qualifier Brian Armstrong 87 Devin Hyman 89 The team score was 339.

Girls track wins Marion Freeman Invitational

Last Saturday at Clayton High School in St Louis. the Wildcat girls track team defended their Marion Freeman Invitational title, winning the meet with 138 points. Relays continue to be a highlight for the girls team. The 4×400 M Relay team broke the meet record, set by the Wildcats last year, running a 4:01. Relay members were: