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Hidden Valley opens the 2019-20 skiing season Friday

If the recent snowfall puts you in a skiing frame of mind, you are in luck. Hidden Valley will be opening for the 2019-20 season at 3 p.m. Friday (Dec. 20). The slopes will be open Friday until 10 p.m. Hours this Saturday will be 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and from 9 a.m. to 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. The Polar Plunge Tubing Area will be open Friday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.. Snowmaking will continue at every opportunity and ...

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Parkway West’s Slutzky earned medal at International Racquetball Federation Junior World Championships

Parkway West senior Erin Slutzky stepped on the world racquetball stage and came back to Chesterfield with a medal that weighed her down. USA coach Charlie Pratt is putting the bronze medal on Parkway West’s Erin Slutzky at the recent International Racquetball Federation Junior World Championships in Costa Rica. Slutzky and doubles partner Nikita Chauhan, a senior at Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon, California, earned a bronze medal in the recent International Racquetball Federation Junior World Championships. The tournament was held in San José, Costa Rica. “Since it was my first time winning a medal at worlds, I ...

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High school girls tennis all-conference teams

Here are the high school girls tennis all-conference tennis teams. Suburban Conference Yellow Pool Player of the year: Kathryn Ferguson, so., Lafayette Coach of the year: Emily Pestka, Lafayette FIRST-TEAM SINGLES Erin Davis, sr., Lafayette SR Michelle Korenfeld, sr., Parkway Central SR FIRST-TEAM DOUBLES Laney Tvrdik, sr., and Meghan Ferguson, sr., Lafayette Maya Martin, so., and Thrisha Kosaraju, fr., Lafayette SECOND-TEAM SINGLES Joycie Chang, sr., Marquette Grace Runge, sr., Kirkwood SECOND-TEAM DOUBLES Korenfeld and Akansha Negi, jr., Parkway Central Hannah Chun, jr., and Jennifer Li, so., Marquette Suburban Conference Red Pool Player of the year: Dani Rosenberger, jr., Lindbergh Coach ...

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Lafayette freshman Tyson ends first girls cross country season with a medal at Class 4 state meet

Lafayette freshman Grace Tyson capped a solid first year running for the Lancers by earning a state medal. Tyson finished third in the Class 4 race at Gans Creek Cross Country Course in Columbia. Tyson had a time of 18 minutes, 31 seconds. Lafayette freshman Grace Tyson finished third in the recent Class 4 girls state cross country meet. (Photo by Chris Auckley/MoTrackFanatic@outlook.com) The state meet capped a spectacular season for Tyson. She won the Suburban Conference meet and then captured district and sectional titles. Earlier in the fall, Tyson placed third at the Forest Park Festival in the meet’s ...

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Lafayette ends season by finishing second in Class 4 state volleyball tournament

When there are only two teams left to play, the sad fact is that only one team can win. The Lafayette Lancers finished second in Class 4 volleyball for the second consecutive year. This time, Nixa scored a 25-17, 25-22 victory to earn its first state championship. Lancers coach Zach Young and his girls have been on the other side, winning six state championships. So, to get that close to adding a seventh crown, it hurts. The Lafayette Lancers finished second in the Class 4 state volleyball tournament. “Our team was very disappointed,” Young said. “But there are over 100 ...

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Eureka races to third-place finish in Class 4 girls state cross country meet

The Eureka girls cross country team earned the 10th state trophy in the school cross country history. Eureka finished third with 95 points. That put the Wildcats behind Lee’s Summit West’s state winning total of 109 points and Rock Bridge’s 112 points. The last state trophy for Eureka came in 2013 when the Wildcats finished fourth. The Eureka girls cross country team finished third in the Class 4 state meet in Columbia. “Both Lee’s Summit West and Rock Bridge are very good teams,” Lewis said. “Lee’s Summit West was the defending state champion and the heavy favorite to win again. ...

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