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Soccer District Champs!

Congratulations to coach Johnny Chain and the Falcon boys’ soccer team on capturing the Class 4, District 16 championship on Thurs., Oct. 26 by defeating Oak Park in a hard-fought 1-0 victory.  The team advances to sectionals where they will take on North Kansas City on Tuesday (Halloween) at 4:00pm at Northgate Middle School.

State cheer set for Saturday!

Good luck to the Falcon cheerleaders as they compete at state in Columbia on Saturday!  They are in 1st place in the Superlarge division going into state and are hoping to keep that momentum going. The girls have been practicing 6-9 hours a week plus cheering at football, volleyball and soccer games and doing various

CROSS COUNTRY: New school record and sectional qualifiers!

Sophomore Alex Hamre (right) celebrates breaking the school 5K cross country record with an 18:47!  Fellow sectional qualifier, sophomore Delaney McPherson, joins her. Sectional qualifiers:  Delaney McPherson, alternate Murphy Corum, Tyler Rodvelt, Luke Winkler, Jack Warner, Brandon Luke, Preston Wheeler, and Alex Hamre  

10th Anniversary Celebration a huge hit!

KMBC Channel 9 anchor and former Staley parent, Kris Ketz, emceed a wonderful 10th anniversary celebration of the founding of Staley High School at a packed Kauffman Center for Performing Arts on Sun., Oct. 22.  The evening featured recognition of all of Staley’s state champion teams and groups, introduction of all of Staley’s past and

Conference Swimming Champs!

The Staley boys’ swimming and diving team captured the Suburban White conference championship on Sat., Oct. 21 at the Gladstone Community Center.  Congratulations and good luck at the state meet Nov. 2-4 in St. Peters!

SOFTBALL TEAM PLACES 3RD IN THE STATE

Congratulations to the Falcon softball team for finishing third in Class 4 at the 2017 state tournament in Springfield.  Staley lost to Blue Springs South in the semifinal game, 5-3, but bounced back by jumping on Francis Howell early and cruising to a 12-1 victory in the third place game.  Way to go, Coach Martin