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Athletes sign letters of intent to play sports in college

High school seniors started Wednesday to sign binding letters of intent with NCAA Division I and II universities to compete in all sports except football, soccer and men’s water polo. Athletes in those sports first can sign letters in February. Here is a list of athletes who have signed letters. CBC Baseball Jake Hausmann to Missouri State Brendan Kelly to Truman State Mark Vierling to Missouri Eureka Swimming Tommy Lombardo to IUPUI Lacrosse boys Dustin Reis to Benedictine College Baseball Evan Spears to McKendree University Volleyball Andi Ahlers to Air Force Academy Sophie Chellapa to Rockhurst University Sydney Holt to Illinois ...

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Sports briefs

High school boys swimming The Marquette Mustangs are back as the Suburban West Conference swim meet champions after turning in a solid performance. It was the third conference title for the Mustangs in the last four years. Eureka won last year in coach Sharon Wasson’s final meet before retiring. “This has been a surprisingly good season,” Marquette coach Joe Schoedel said. “We graduated 17 seniors last year, so at the beginning of the season, a lot of people assumed this would be a rebuilding year for us. But the boys were eager to prove themselves and continued to make huge improvements throughout ...

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Centennial celebration includes hair donations

Fourteen Rossman School students, teachers, parents and friends stepped into the spotlight to have their tresses trimmed for the Pantene Beautiful Lengths program, which provides women battling cancer with free, real-hair wigs.

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Local college educator is author of new book

Terrell Carter is a man of many talents. He is an art instructor at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, a theologist, a senior pastor in his church and a burgeoning author. Carter’s latest book is, “The Lord Gave Me This: Understanding Historic Leadership Development Practices of the Black Church to Prepare Tomorrow’s Leaders.”

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