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Parkway North girls are one game away from first trip to state girls Class 5 basketball Final Four

There is a streak that coach Brett Katz and the Parkway North Vikings want to shatter and they want to break it now. The Vikings (23-5) will get that chance Saturday (March 14) when they play the Washington Blue Jays (23-5) in the Class 5 girls basketball quarterfinals at 2:45 p.m. at Lindenwood University. “This is going to be our sixth trip to the quarterfinals in the history of the program,” Katz said. “We have never been to the Final Four, so we are 0-5 in quarterfinal games.” Parkway North advanced by whipping Francis Howell 69-50 in a battle of the Vikings at St. Charles ...

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Westminster Christian Academy returns to boys basketball quarterfinals

The Westminster Christian Academy Wildcats have ended a long Class 4 quarterfinal drought in high school boys basketball. The Wildcats (25-4) whipped Lutheran South 67-48 in the Class 4 boys basketball sectional at Kirkwood to advance to the quarterfinals. Westminster will meet Cape Girardeau Notre Dame (25-4) at 6 p.m. Saturday in Farmington. “Our last quarterfinal trip was in 2006,” Westminster coach Doug Coleman said. “We had a very talented group back then with Garen Lafser who played at Liberty University and Ben Davis who walked on at Wake Forrest. We lost to a very talented St. Charles club lead ...

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MICDS ready for first appearance in Class 4 girls basketball quarterfinals

The MICDS Rams are in the state high school girls basketball quarterfinals for the first time in school history. Coach Scott Small said he is while it is a big step for the program, his Rams are not content to rest yet. MICDS (24-2) defeated St. Louis Notre Dame 74-47 in the sectional to advance to the Class 4 quarterfinals. The Rams will play the North County Bonne Terre Lady Raiders (20-7) at 7:45 p.m. Saturday in Farmington. “The girls were certainly very excited, but there was also a sense that this is just one step in a bigger goal, ...

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Locked-in Chaminade hammers Lafayette in sectional

Losing last year’s district championship game to Ladue had eaten at Chaminade junior center Tyler Cook on a regular basis since last spring. “You remember that feeling every day after that and you don’t want to feel that feeling ever again,” Cook noted. “So that’s what drives this team.” Cook and the Chaminade Red Devils made a huge step toward wiping away that painful recollection with a decisive 72-40 win over Lafayette in a Class 5 sectional Wednesday  (March 12) at Hyland Arena on the Lindenwood University campus. Top-ranked Chaminade (23-3) appeared locked-in from the opening tip until the final ...

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High school boys racquetball 

The Lafayette junior racquetball duo of Clay Hallman and Kurt Gilsinger are state champions. The pair captured first place in First Boys Doubles of the recent state high school racquetball tournament held at Vetta Sports Concord in south St. Louis County.

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Chaminade to play Lafayette in battle of top area boys teams in sectional basketball

Chaminade coach Frank Bennett knows his Red Devils have a tough game in front of them playing Lafayette. Chaminade (22-3) now faces the Lancers (24-3) in a Class 5 sectional game at 6 p.m. Wednesday (March 11) at Lindenwood University. “They are a very good team,” Bennett said. “They are possibly (the most) underrated in the local area.” Chaminade is ranked No. 1 in the state by the by Missouri Basketball Coaches Association. Lafayette is ranked No. 7. The Red Devils advanced to the sectional with a 60-51 victory over McCluer North to win the District 7 championship. It was ...

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High school girls swimming 

The Lafayette Lancers recorded a fifth place finish at the annual state high school girls swimming and diving championships at the St. Peters Rec-Plex.

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