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Fort Zumwalt North coach Joe Bacon would like to repeat last season – but with a different result in the final game. The Panthers had the best season in the program’s history in 2016, finishing 12-2 and winning the Gateway Athletic Conference [GAC] Central division. Fort Zumwalt North lost 49-14 to Vianney in the Class 5 state championship game. But ...

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Eureka stops Fort Zumwalt West with late surge

The Eureka High Wildcats football team definitely seems to find a way to close out games late. On Friday night, the Wildcats took control of a nip-and-tuck clash with Fort Zumwalt West thanks to a pair of late touchdowns, prevailing for a 45-26 week one win at Fort Zumwalt West. “I think we came out a little slow and we ...

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STL Legends game Saturday at CarShield Field

O’FALLON, MO- Only two days remain until the long awaited St. Louis Legends game. The STL Legends game is taking place on Saturday, August 19 at CarShield Field. The gates will open at 10:15 AM for the pre-game autograph meet and greet (sold out). Tickets are still available for the STL Legends game with gates opening at noon for the ...

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Francis Howell softball looks to go further in playoffs

There is a burning desire of wanting more surrounding the Francis Howell softball team as the Vikings prepare for the 2017 season. Howell finished 18-9 in 2016, but their postseason was halted in the sectional round by eventual state champion Troy Buchanan. This time around, the Vikings have expectations that clearly include moving past the sectional round and possibly into ...

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Fort Zumwalt South kickers primed for another Final Four run

14 players return for the Fort Zumwalt South soccer Bulldogs club that went 22-6-1 in 2016, and made the school’s second trip to the Class 3 Tournament last November. Zumwalt South finished third in the Class 3 tournament. The 2017 edition of the Bulldogs has the personnel and the drive to make that journey again. “Last year, this group obviously ...

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