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MICDS duo of White, Cooper looking forward to postseason tennis

Playing tennis is like second nature to Journee White and Nia Cooper. Journee White, left, and Nia Cooper will begin district tennis play this week for the MICDS Rams. (Photo by Cheryl Ferguson) White, a sophomore, and Cooper, a freshman, are the No. 1 doubles team for the MICDS Rams. Postseason play begins Tuesday at MICDS. The Rams compete in District 6 with Principia, The Fulton School at St. Albans, Villa Duchesne, Visitation Academy and Whitfield. After team play, singles and doubles play will be held Saturday. “I love playing with Jounee we have been playing together since we’ve been ...

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Lafayette succeeds using strong goaltending, defense in boys soccer play

The Lafayette Lancers’ strong goaltending has been a key to the successful season the squad is having under first-year coach Ryan Butchart. The Lafayette Lancers have won 10 games and return to play two games this week after winning the Parkway Tournament. Lafayette (10-3-1) returns to action Monday at Ladue in a 4:30 p.m. game at the Ladue West Campus. “Now it is time for us to keep wanting to improve and get better,” Butchart said. “The toughest part of the season is just getting started.” The Lancers are fresh off winning the Parkway Tournament. A key for this season ...

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Parkway Central girls head into district golf play with momentum after winning conference crown again

The Parkway Central Colts have momentum heading into high school girls district golf competition. The Parkway Central girls golf team heads into district play after winning the Suburban Conference Green Pool tournament. The Colts won the Suburban Conference Green Pool tournament that was played at Crescent Farms Golf Club. The Class 2 District 2 tournament will be played Monday (Oct. 7) at The Links at Dardenne. Parkway Central coach Todd Pannett said he is ready for the postseason to begin. “Best time of the year, for sure,” Pannett said. “Let’s get this party started.” Teams playing in the district are ...

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Chaminade is ready for ‘big game atmosphere’ at De Smet

The Chaminade Red Devils take a two-game winning streak in Friday’s game De Smet in a Metro Catholic Conference game. Chaminade quarterback Brady Cook hands the ball off to senior running back Loren Fortune Jr. The Red Devils will play Friday at De Smet. The Red Devils are 4-1 and 1-1 in MCC action. De Smet is 5-0 and 3-0 in conference play. A Chaminade victory keeps its hopes alive to share in a league championship. The Red Devils have to play St. Louis University next week for their last conference game. A win by De Smet will clinch the ...

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Week 6 high school football schedule

CBC will play host to the Winton Woods Warriors in the big game for Week 6 in high school football. The Cadets (4-1) will host Winton Woods (4-1) at 2 p.m. Saturday. Winton Woods is located in Forest Park, Ohio, which is near Cincinnati. The Warriors will be playing CBC, the defending Class 6 state champions, for the first time. The Warriors are coming off a 51-31 loss to St. Edward, of Lakewood, Ohio. The Cadets rebounded last week with a 42-14 win over St. Louis University High. Two weeks ago, De Smet defeated CBC 42-14 in a game that ...

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CBC’s Burke wins diving championship at COMO Invitational

CBC junior David Burke won the COMO Invitational diving championship. Burke, who lives in Chesterfield, won diving title by scoring 464.70 points. Sebastian Lawrence, of St. Louis University High, was second with a score of 455.10. CBC junior David Burke won the diving championship at the COMO Invitational in Columbia. “David is such a strong diver,” CBC coach Sean Dooley said. “It was a great to see him hit his dives so well. This is a nice precursor to state where we expect him to be in the top rankings.” As a sophomore, Burke finished fourth in the Class 2 ...

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