There was never much doubt within the Mastro family that they would…
The track team competed Friday in the Cardinal Relays. The meet was the final home competition of the year for the Cardinals.
Heading out of a Q&A meeting with players and parents, newly hired Cardinal volleyball coach Brooke Hopper was excited to go to work with …
Senior Mason Cox was laser focused on the mound during senior night against Baldwin.
Several Cardinals competed Friday in the 100th Anniversary of the Kansas Relays.
The bill that would reclassify certain private schools, including Bishop Miege, has not been voted on by the Kansas House Committee of Educati…
The Cardinals lost to Topeka High School 3-2 Tuesday night. Junior Jayla Erpelding scored both goals for the Cardinals.
Being the two main pitchers on the team this season, sophomore Samantha Claire and junior Rylee Griffin wanted to step up and be great for the…
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A state basketball watch party was held at the Performing Arts Center on Wednesday night. Attendees saw the boys basketball team defeat Baldwi…
The cheerleading team is ready to head to state to cheer on the Cardinals.
Matthew Magette told the Eudora Times in February that he wanted to become a state champion powerlifter.
The road to a state championship for the Cardinals is now set as KSHSAA has released the brackets for the state tournament.
Legendary Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce can add one more accolade to his resume: SNL host.
With the “I believe that we will win” chant coming from the student section, head coach Kyle Deterding and senior Cole Parker smiled at each o…
Coming off a state championship win, the Cardinals softball team knows there are lofty expectations ahead for them this year.
Soccer has always been an integral part of Jayla Erpelding’s life.
Last year proved to be a roller coaster ride for the girls soccer team.
Heading into the final game of the season, the Cardinals knew they had 32 minutes left to give everything they had for the team.
The Cardinals knew going into the semifinal round of the state tournament that they had to limit the firepower of No. 1 seed Hugoton.
In an emotional roller coaster of a game during the first round at the state tournament, the Cardinals had only one feeling after coming away …