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All conference high school boys volleyball teams

Here are the athletes who made boys volleyball all-conference teams this spring from the conferences who submitted them. Suburban 12 Boys Volleyball Player of the Year Kirkwood Jack Martel MB 11 Coach of the Year Kyle Walsh Pattonville FIRST TEAM Affton Sam McAlister OH 12 Parkway Central Charlie Meier OH 12 Parkway North Christian Prayer Opp 12 Parkway North Luke Frankenfield S 12 st Parkway West Cameron Neisler S 11 1st Pattonville Cole Cwiklowski S 12 1st Pattonville Cole Schuler OH 10 1st Webster Groves Jake Collins OH 12 1st Webster Groves Frankie Kelty OH 12 SECOND TEAM Affton Ethan ...

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All conference high school boys tennis team

Here are the athletes who made boys tennis all-conference teams this spring from the conferences who submitted them. Suburban Conference, Green Pool Player of the year Yusef Albalushi, Hazelwood West Coach of the Year Ron Leftcourt, Parkway North FIRST-TEAM SINGLES Joseph Kang, sr., Parkway North Maxim Evats, so., Parkway North FIRST-TEAM DOUBLES Nik Vatthana, sr., and Nico Matteo, jr., Hazelwood West Varun Shei noy, sr., and Nate Mirly, jr., Parkway North SECOND-TEAM SINGLES Asger Gullaksen, jr., Hazelwood West Eric Lee, sr., Pattonville SECOND-TEAM DOUBLES Josiah Gooden, jr., and Collin Obst, jr., McCluer North Asher Buckner, jr., and Maxim Breckwoldt, so., ...

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Marquette’s Kauppila heads to play in college after setting school record for most win in a tennis career

Simon Kauppila owns the record for most wins in a tennis career at Marquette. And family bragging rights. Simon Kauppila finished his tennis career at Marquette with the most wins. Kauppila will play in college at Brandeis. He broke was set by his older brother, Jacob. Kauppila finished with a career record of 143-30. It’s the most tennis wins in Rockwood school district’s history. “I was happy and definitely shot him a text,” Kauppila said. “It means a lot to have a school record, but in terms of the season it was not the most important thing in mind. I ...

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St. Joseph’s Neinhaus captures inaugural St. Louis Junior Invitational golf tournament

Drew Nienhaus made the history books and added to her wardrobe at the same time. Drew Neinhaus wears her championship coat and holds her trophy for winning the inaugural St. Louis Junior Invitational golf tournament. She is with Ryan Roy, Norwood head pro on the left and Pat Britt, Norwood president (Photo by Jim Healey). Nienhaus, a St. Joseph’s Academy junior-to-be who lives in St. Albans, won the inaugural St. Louis Junior Invitational golf tournament. She carded a nine-over 78 in the second round to finish with a two-day total of 155 to win the girls division at Norwood Hills ...

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Lafayette’s Biermann secures spot in 71st U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship

Brooke Biermann was the medalist in the Metropolitan Amateur Golf Association’s in a junior amateur qualifier played Tuesday at at the Quincy Country Club. Lafayette’s Brooke Biermann scored another first in her golf career. Biermann, who will be a junior this fall for the Lancers, continues to impress. She has earned a berth in 71st U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship. The 2019 U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur, featuring a field of 156 players, will be played July 22-27 at SentryWorld in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. It will be her first appearance in the big tournament. Biermann won her spot by being the ...

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Retiring Parkway West boys soccer coach Skordos honored with Steve Krause Award

Michael Skordos stepped down as the soccer coach at Parkway West but he’s been recognized for his contributions to soccer. Michael Skordos recently was honored with the Steve Krause Award during the 35th annual Missouri Athletic Club senior all-star soccer games. He recently was given the Steve Krause Award at the 35th annual Missouri Athletic Club senior all-star soccer games. “I’m honored to receive the Steve Krause Award,” Skordos said. “The Missouri Athletic Club continues to recognize high school and college soccer players and coaches. This is makes me feel like I made a positive impact on St. Louis soccer ...

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From Parkway kid to Blues super fan

She could be anyone’s daughter, sister, niece – she even could be you. Blues fan Laila Anderson embodied this city’s love for its boys on ice – its Stanley Cup champions. And she gave every fan the opportunity to see the season through her eyes.

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