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Chaminade earns third-place finish at Class 4 state boys golf tournament

Chaminade shot a score for the ages in winning the sectional golf tournament. To expect a repeat of that performance was unlikely. The Red Devils shot a 289 in winning the sectional, the second lowest in state history for 18 holes. It was not to be at the Class 4 state tournament played in Joplin at Twin Hills Golf and ...

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Priory records second-place finish in Class 3 state boys golf tournament

Priory senior Andrew Stange showed his character and integrity in the Class 3 state golf tournament. Stange finished tied for seventh with a 150 on rounds of 75 and 75. It could have been two strokes lower but Stange followed the rules of golf when he knew he did something wrong. He called a penalty on himself. This despite no ...

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Joyce, Abell lift Parkway North over De Smet Jesuit for district title

It came down to a tag from catcher Caleb Joyce and a clutch home run from Jacob Abell and with those two big plays, the Parkway North baseball team effectively ruined second-seeded De Smet Jesuit’s dream of winning a district championship. Joyce tagged out a runner trying to score from third in the bottom of the sixth, and Abell belted ...

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Chaminade hockey coach recalls Ottawa defensmen Wideman as a Red Devil standout

There is no guessing who Chaminade graduate and former Red Devils hockey coach Matt Hrubes is rooting for in the Ottawa-Pittsburgh semifinal series in Stanley Cup play. Hrubes is backing the Ottawa Senators all the way, especially their starting defenseman Chris Wideman. The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Wideman, 27, is from St. Louis. He played three years at Chaminade before leaving to got ...

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