2/24-3/2 Weekend Update

Lyle Griggs, Evan McHenry, Katie Eckert, and Marie Brockhoff

March 4, 2020

This week in sports was less eventful than usual, with middle school seasons already over. Varsity girls basketball had their last game of the season on the evening of Tuesday the 25th. It was an away game at Heritage Christian...

2/17-2/23 Weekend Update

Marie Brockhoff

February 24, 2020

The Highschool Boys Basketball game crushed their opponents at the last home game of the season on Tuesday, February 18th. They played Northland Christian, and they won 85 to 33. Notably, senior Luke Hornberger scored 20 point...

2/10-2/16 Weekend Update

Lyle Griggs and Peter Westbrook

February 21, 2020

This week was marked by a range of accomplishments in athletic and academic competitions. The varsity girls basketball team had two games this week, the first against Metro Academy and the second against Cornerstone Family Scho...

Bishop Rob-bury

Bishop Rob-bury

February 20, 2020

Bishop Pre-bury

Bishop Pre-bury

February 20, 2020

Bishop Chiefs-bury

Bishop Chiefs-bury

February 20, 2020

Bishop Beebury

Matthew Petillo

February 20, 2020

Due to insufficient interest and a bit of stage fright among middle schoolers, there will be no traditional Geography Bee this year. The tradition, however, will continue in some form when teachers and high schoolers participate ...

Weekend Update 2/3-2/9

Lyle Griggs

February 12, 2020

Although basketball dominates students’ attentions during the winter sports season, the powerlifting team is burgeoning. At the Basehor-Linwood powerlifting tournament on Saturday, freshman Jacob Hamman placed second in squat, ...

HS Boys Basketball Preview for Grandview Christian

Jonah Kim

February 5, 2020

This Friday, the Seahawks face, possibly, their most formidable opponent yet: Grandview Christian. They are one of the best teams in Missouri and feature two 6’7” players. They have a 14-8 record, but have some impressive wins o...

UnBEElievable

Marie Brockhoff

February 3, 2020

On February 1st, seventh grader Eliza Brockhoff, the winner of the Seabury Spelling Bee, flew on to the Douglas County competition. She performed admirably, unstung by words like “ignoble” and “duopoly.” She made it through...

Sweet Deal

Sweet Deal

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World War Lawence

World War Lawence

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