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Frederic, Tkachuk, Woll help lead U.S. team by Finland in World Junior Championship

St. Louis athletes figured prominently in sparking the U.S. National Junior Team to a 5-4 victory over Finland in the World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y. Trent Frederick scored a goal and Brady Tkachuk added three assists, including on the game-winning goal, for the U.S. team. Joseph Woll stopped 20 shots in goal for the U.S. Captain Joey Anderson scored ...

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Tkachuk scores shootout goal to help United States top Canada in world juniors championship

West County’s Brady Tkachuk and his Americans teammates enjoy the snow and ice. Tkachuk and Kieffer Bellows found plenty enough traction on a snow-covered rink to score shootout goals and cap the United States’ 4-3 victory over Canada on Friday in international hockey’s first outdoor game. Much like they did the similar two times against Canada at the world junior ...

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MICDS girls roll past Lafayette to claim sixth straight Holiday Invitational championship

The Mary Institute/Country Day School girls basketball team started off slow against Lafayette in the opening quarter on Friday. The top-seeded host Rams, playing in the championship game of the MICDS Holiday Tournament, shook off the first quarter doldrums and exploded for 14 second quarter points. MICDS parlayed that second quarter into a 15-point third quarter lead, and pulled away ...

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Chaminade senior standout defensive tackle Trout verbally commits to USC

At the end of a journey that has consumed more than three years of his high school academic and football career, Chaminade standout lineman Trevor Trout has decided on where he will spend the next phase of his academic and football life. A dynamic top-tier senior recruit, who hails from Ferguson, Trout verbally committed to Pacific 10 power University Of Southern ...

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CBC overcomes poor first half to outlast determined De Smet Jesuit

A four-game losing skid had the CBC basketball team desperately looking for a positive change. For just over three quarters, the Cadets looked as if they would be staring at 5 straight losses. At the end of the night, they were grateful and relieved. Steals and buckets from Josh Wallace and Caleb Love, and a Jai Love free-throw triggered a ...

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MICDS Holiday Invitational boasts strong field for boys basketball tourney

The MICDS Holiday Invitational, which was first held in 1976, tips off with two new teams in the 16-team boys basketball tournament. The action begins Friday (Dec. 22). Wentzville Liberty and O’Fallon Christian are both new to the tournament this year. Pattonville and Brentwood are no longer in the field. MICDS coach Matt Hixenbaugh said the tourney is one of the ...

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St. Joseph’s Academy is back playing in Visitation Christmas Tournament

The St. Joseph’s Academy Angels basketball team is back in town for the holidays.The 43rd annual Visitation Christmas Tournament kicks off Saturday (Dec. 23). The field has 16 team and the tournament will be played over four days. Angels coach Julie Matheny is glad to be playing in what is considered on the top girls tournaments in the state. “We ...

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