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Quarterfinal pairings set for Midstates Club Hockey Association’s Challenge Cup and Wickenheiser Cup tournaments

The quarterfinal brackets are set for the Midstates Club Hockey Association’s Challenge Cup and Wickenheiser Cup tournaments and both tournaments will have new champions this winter. Several lower seeded teams broke though in the Challenge Cup while top seeded teams prevailed in the Wickenheiser Cup. Top-seeded CBC advanced to the quarterfinals in the Challenge Cup along with No. 2 Vianney, No. 4 Marquette, No. 7 De Smet, No. 8 Lafayette, No. 10 Priory and No. 12 Summit. Defending back-to-back Challenge Cup champion St. Louis University High was eliminated in pool play. Lafayette, the defending Wickenheiser Cup champion, is in the ...

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Parkway Central senior Harris joins Colts’ boys basketball’s 1,000-point club

Parkway Central senior forward Devion Harris topped the 1,000-point milestone in his career with the Colts but he doesn’t know which basket put him over the mark. “I really don’t know which shot I hit to get my 1,000th point,” Harris said. “I wasn’t really focused on it. I just played my game and actually forgot about it.” Parkway Central senior Devion Harris celebrates with his teammates after hitting the 1,000-point milestone in his career playing with the Colts. Harris reached the scoring mark in a 48-44 win at Summit. The 6-foot-7, 225-pound Harris was at 987 points going into ...

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Rockwood Swim Club ready to hold annual Swim A Thon

The annual Rockwood Swim Club Swim A Thon will be held at Crestview Middle School. Irene Kinsey, the Swim a Thon coordinator for Rockwood Swim Club, said the event is set for Feb. 22. Members of the Rockwood Swim Club take part in last year’s Swim A Thon. “We will swim laps that day to raise money,” Kinsey said. “However, we will continue to raise funds through April 19.” The Swim-a-Thon is a USA Swimming Foundation-approved fundraiser used by swim teams all over the United States to raise money for their respective club, Kinsey said. To raise money for Swim-a-Thon, ...

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De Smet ready for big conference games this week against SLUH, Chaminade

The De Smet Spartans basketball team takes it one week at a time. Spartans coach Kent Williams likes it that way. Williams explained that philosophy of playing each week at De Smet. The De Smet Spartans won the Circle 7 Ranch Showdown at Parkway West and head into week facing Metro Catholic Conference games against St. Louis University High and Chaminade. (Dirt and Turf Photography/De Smet) “We look at each week as it’s own little tournament,” Williams said. “We try to simpilfy the season. We think let’s win this week. In a tournament it is easy to focus in and ...

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Marquette’s Watkins hits 1,000-point scoring milestone as a junior

Marquette junior Kennedi Watkins stepped to the free line but it was no ordinary free throw she was attempting. Fouled attempting to shoot in a recent game against Jackson in the Lindbergh Tournament, Watkins canned the first free throw. It gave the 5-foot-11 forward 1,000 points in her girls basketball career with the Mustangs. Marquette made signs to honor Kennedi Watkins when she reached 1,000 points scored in her career with the Mustangs. “Hitting 1000 points was an extremely exciting moment for me, it was almost unreal at the moment,” Watkins said. “I had got fouled and went to the ...

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