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Port earns medalist honors at U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship

Ellen Port fired a 2-under-par 71 Sunday for a 36-hole total of 2-under 144 to earn stroke-play medalist honors at the 2014 U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship, held at the 6,109-yard, par-73 Hollywood Golf Club. St. Louis native Port, 52, the two-time defending U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur champion, bettered four players by nine shots and became the fifth player since 2002 to ...

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Defending champion Port tied for the qualifying lead after one round at U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur

Two-time defending champion Ellen Port and Brenda Pictor shared the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur qualifying lead at even-par 73 on Saturday (Sept. 13) at Hollywood Golf Club in Deal, N.J. The 52-year-old Port has a record four U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur titles and captained the winning U.S. Curtis Cup team in June. “The last three weeks, I have really worked hard ...

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Westminster Christian Academy, MICDS meet in Metro League football matchup

Westminster Christian Academy and MICDS have developed a fine high school football rivalry in recent years. The two Metro League schools will square off at 1 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 13) at Westminster. “Westminster have become one of our rivals,” MICDS coach Josh Smith said. “They are in our classification (Class 4) for the postseason. We’ve had some real competitive games ...

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Port begins quest for third USGA Senior Women’s Amateur championship

Ellen Port has had custody of the Senior Women’s Amateur Championship trophy for the past two years. The tradition is that the current champion keeps it until the next tournament. It’s been an nice addition to Port’s collection of hardware she has won over the years. Port, 52, of St. Louis, has won consecutive U.S. Senior Women’s Amateurs and will ...

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Week 4 high school football: Marquette plays at Lafayette

It’s  Week 4 of the high school football season and a big rivalry game highlights the schedule for area teams. The Marquette Mustangs(1-2) will play at Lafayette (0-3) against the Lancers. The kickoff is at 7 p.m. Friday (Sept. 12). This will be the first time playing this game for new Mustangs coach Matt Klein. Lafayette has won eight of the ...

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Angel Classic will determine teams for Missouri/Illinois River to River Challenge

Westminster Christian Academy is the defending champions of the Angel Classic but coach Steve Bradley said this is a different group of Wildcats that will be competing this time. “We are a pretty young team this season so we are going into the tournament with hopes of learning a little about ourselves,” Bradley said. The 17th annual high school girls ...

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Undefeated CBC ready to begin conference play with game at Vianney

When CBC coach Scott Pingel looked at his schedule for this season, he knew he’d have to take it one game at a time. The schedule is among the most difficult ever put together for the Cadets and the challenges were immense. “Without a doubt, it’s the toughest schedule we’ve had,” Pingel said. “I was going through all kinds of ...

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Berkmeyer heads Missouri’s team for the Men’s State Team Championship

Skip Berkmeyer is one of three golfers to be chosen to  to represent the state of Missouri at the USGA Men’s State Team Championship. Joining Berkmeyer on the Missouri team are Brad Nurski, of  St. Joseph, and Phil Caravia, of St. Louis. Berkmeyer and Nurski have each competed multiple times for Missouri at the championship. This will be Caravia’s first time representing ...

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Marquette swims, dives to victory in the annual Marquette Relays

Marquette annually hosts one of the first big meets of the high school boys swimming season in the Marquette Relays. Now for the first time since 2007, the host Mustangs have won their own event. The divers and the swimmers combined to give Marquette 252 points. “They performed very well,” Marquette coach Joe Schoedel said about his team. “We had two ...

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