De Smet Jesuit falls, John Burroughs rolls in football openers

Hazelwood Central senior quarterback Mike Glass and senior running back Kevin Batt made life as miserable for the De Smet Jesuit defense as the blistering heat at Hazelwood Central on Saturday. Glass passed for 194 yards passing and ran for 122 yards on the ground while Batt ran for 125 yards on 12 carries and scored a pair of touchdowns as ...

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Students invited to play in Gridiron Classic

Students in second- through eighth-grade are invited to attend the Kennedy Gridiron Classic on Aug. 30 at 9 a.m. on the John F. Kennedy varsity field. One full-length game for each grade will be played, with three high-school referees. All players will receive a free gift for attending. For more information, call Coach Combs at (314)706-0440.  

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Eureka holds off Lafayette with stop in final minute

  When it was over, Eureka coach Farrell Shelton and his staff could breathe a big sigh of relief. But not until the final seconds and the final drive. On the Lafayette side of the field, it was a frustrating sense of rallying back but coming up short. Eureka’s defense stuffed Lafayette quarterback Cameron Scales on a two-point conversion in ...

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Student publishes book

Kautilya Jammalamadaka, a fifth-grade student at Parkway’s Shenandoah Valley Elementary, recently published a book called “The Warriors of Wridor – The Doomed Quest.” He dedicated the 88-page book to his “beloved teacher Mrs. Kellogg.” Debra Kellogg teaches fourth grade at Shenandoah Valley.  

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Student stories published in anthology

Six St. Charles County students were honored by The Grannie Annie Family Story Celebration with publication of their historical family stories or art in the ninth “Grannie Annie” anthology. Annually, the St. Louis-based nonprofit invites national and international students in fourth- through eighth-grade to interview an older relative and write a story about something interesting they discovered from their family’s ...

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After success with Chesterfield Football Association, Teicher now leads Kennedy

Kennedy’s new football coach Tim Teicher had success coaching in the Chesterfield Football Association. He will use that to help breathe new life in the program at Kennedy. The Celts were 0-10 last season and looking to become more competitive.  The Manchester school has entered into a co-op deal for two years with Valley Park, which does not have football. ...

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Kennedy, with Valley Park, ready to be begin playing football

A new era begins this season for the John F. Kennedy High football program. Kennedy and Valley Park will begin their first co-op football season Friday (Aug. 22) on the road against Jefferson Blue Jays in Festus. In the spring, when Kennedy, located in Manchester, announced Valley Park students were eligible to play football for Kennedy this fall, student athletes ...

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Pledging not to text and drive earns local Girl Scout national Gold Award

Thanks to a Girl Scout project by Lauren Anderson, of Chesterfield, 500 students and adults at Parkway West High have pledged not to text and drive. Texting while driving is an ever-growing concern nationwide and it was this hot-topic that Anderson selected to help her earn her Gold Award, the Girl Scouts’ highest honor possible. “I wanted to bring something ...

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Lindenwood gridders look to bounce back after rocky 2013 season

  After struggling through a challenging 3-6 campaign and a sub par finish in the Midwest Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 2013, the Lindenwood football Lions are definitely looking to turn those numbers around and get back to the winning ways the program enjoyed just two years ago. “We came into the league and had so much success our first year ...

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