Tony Wrisinger was driving home after a recent taping of “The Sonic Locker Room Show,” a radio program that features 16 area high schools – including every school in Eastern Jackson County – when he realized the award-winning program was close to a milestone.
Andy Reid sat down with Chiefs broadcaster Mitch Holthus on “Chiefs Live.”
Parents and grandparents often amaze me.
The Missouri Mavericks led the Central Hockey League in sellouts this past season and were second in overall attendance, getting edged by a Wichita team that plays in a facility closer in size to Kansas City’s Sprint Center.
This past week I have been fortunate enough to spend each evening watching the spirited practice sessions of some special athletes who are about to play their final high school football game.
Is there a better way to spend a sunny June afternoon than sitting in the best stadium in Major League Baseball while the hometown team raises a little Cain?
It’s a wrap. Thursday was the Chiefs final day of mandatory minicamp. Now it’s off for six weeks then training camp.
All the talk in the past week has been about the Royals moving Hall of Famer George Brett into the position of hitting coach.
No. 5 was back in familiar territory Tuesday afternoon as the Kansas City Royals began a lengthy home stand with a three-game set against the Minnesota Twins.
How about that new Kansas City Royals hitting coach?