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  1. 03:27

    Future Tiger talks at Oakland NFSC

    Missouri quarterback commit Trent Hosick, out of Staley (Kansas City, Mo.), takes time out at the Oakland NFSC to talk about his decision to become a Tiger.

    May 24, 2012
  2. 02:42

    Missouri commit stands out at Massillon NFSC

    Future Missouri Tiger Harneet Gill, out of Francis Howell (St. Charles, Mo.), talks about his future home in college after earning a 90.93 SPARQ rating in Massillon.

    March 19, 2012
  3. 06:48

    ESPNHS Weekly Report -- Nov. 10

    Catch up on high school sports news as Phil Murphy of ESPNHS recaps an upset-filled weekend on the gridiron and pitch, a future Missouri commit setting a national record and other national recruits blowing up stat sheets.

    November 09, 2011
  4. 02:02

    Washburn wins B title

    Washburn Rural (Topeka. Kan.) beat teams from three states to capture Group B at the Gateway City Classic in St. Louis. Senior captains Craig Harding and Allan McFarland talk with Phil Murphy of ESPNHS about their title.

    October 02, 2011
  5. 03:32

    Bubba Starling faces decision

    Gardner Edgerton (Gardner, Kan.) senior Bubba Starling has a decision to make. He's an All-American quarterback committed to Nebraska and a pitching prodigy projected as a top-five MLB Draft pick.

    June 04, 2011
  6. 02:44

    Learn the CrossFit basics

    Hallie Kuhlman, a junior sprinter at Wallace County (Sharon Springs, Kan.), has already won eight state track titles. She demonstrates some of her CrossFit workouts.

    November 30, 2010
  7. 02:18

    Hallie Kuhlman using intense training to get unique results on tr...

    Hallie Kuhlman, a junior sprinter at Wallace County (Sharon Springs, Kan.), has already won eight state track titles. Her healthy perspective and intense CrossFit training are keeping her on track to win more.

    November 30, 2010
  8. 05:22

    Coach's Half-Court Blind-Folded Shot

    The Olathe Northwest student body attempted to play a prank on popular biology teacher and girls' basketball head coach Joel Branstrom by convincing him he'd win Final Four tickets with a blind-folded, half-court shot. One problem: He made it.

    January 26, 2010