Shawnee Mission Northwest Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 7 - 3
  • Conference Record: N/A

The 2019 Football season about to kick off under fourth year head coach Bo Black.

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Lindenman Selected 2019 Taylor Award Finalist

Ty Lindenman, the receiving half of the “Ty to Ty” connection has been named a finalist for consideration to be a recipient for the 2019 Otis Taylor Award, which honors the top tight end/wide receiver in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. Lindenman, one of four finalists, earned the honor with his “Playstation” like numbers in

Cougars move to 7 – 2 with win over Blue Valley Northwest.

Your Cougars varsity football team moved to 7 – 2 on the season with a 56 – 42 win over Blue Valley Northwest.  Ty Black led the charge completing 15 of 22 passes for 270 yards and 3 TD’s.  Ty Lindenman caught 2 of the TD’s and Jack Meylan also had one.  Ty Black also

Freshmen football wins double header.

The freshmen football team won a double-header today to finish the season 7 – 3.  The Cougars shut out the SM North Indians by a score of 16 – 0.  Touchdowns were scored by Jamaree “J-Smooth” McCullough and a pass and catch from Peter “Crafty” Crafton to Malik “The Freak” O’atis.  Two point conversions by

SMNW Football nominated for Hy-Vee team of the week.

The SMNW football team has been nominated as the Hy-Vee High School Team of the Week.  Voting is now open!  The school with the most votes by 1 pm Wed will be recognized by our station and Hy-Vee both on-air and online.  Here is the link to vote:  

Cougars earn #3 seed in the east with win over SM South.

Your varsity Cougars football team earned a #3 seed in the east division with a win over the SM South Raiders.  The Cougars, lead by Ty Black, beat the Raiders 21 – 0.  Black threw for 342 yards and 2 TD’s to Ty Lindenman and Duke Henke and the defense forced 3 turnovers with interceptions

Freshmen football takes down the Raiders 45 – 8.

The freshmen Cougar football team stopped the South Raiders in their tracks last night with a 45 – 8 victory. The stout defense did some scoring of their own with a safety and two pick sixes by Daron “The Sniper” Kelly and Malik “The Freak” O’Atis. The offense dominated with a touchdown pass from Peter