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Timberland Wolves win Gateway Athletic Conference wrestling tournament

There have been some big wins for the Timberland Wolves wrestling team so far this winter, but winning the Gateway Athletic Conference Invitational Tournament may be the biggest of the regular season. Timberland captured the team championship by two points over second-place Francis Howell on Jan. 7 at Fort Zumwalt East and the title left the Wolves feeling very good ...

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Fort Zumwalt East steals win from Duchesne on Senior Night

Fort Zumwalt East fought through early penalty trouble, the distraction of Duchesne Senior Night, and an emotional unexpected return of coach Dan Rupp to the bench for Duchesne High School. Behind a four-goal second period and some lights-out goal tending from Anthony Willis, the Lions posted a 6-3 win over their St. Charles Division foe in a  Mid-States Club Hockey ...

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Dalton’s clutch three-ball propels Francis Howell past Fort Zumwalt West

Saddled with foul trouble and missing shots for the first half and more against Fort Zumwalt West, Francis Howell sophomore point guard was told by his coaches to keep on shooting and eventually his luck would change. In the final three minutes, their advice paid off. Dalton drilled a three-ball from the right perimeter that gave the Vikings a 37-36 ...

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Sports Briefs

Duchesne Varsity Hockey

Prep Hockey Parity has become the operative buzzword in the Mid-States Club Hockey St. Charles Division as the New Year began. Duchesne, Francis Howell, Fort Zumwalt East, Fort Zumwalt West and Timberland all entered January with winning records and a chance at the division title. Duchesne leads the pack, with a 9-3-1 record at the start of the second half ...

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Ladue wears down Francis Howell to win MICDS championship

It had all of the makings of a classic championship battle when sixth-seeded Ladue and fourth-seeded Francis Howell squared off in the Mary Institute Holiday Invitational title game on Thursday at MICDS. For the first 16 minutes, the two clubs traded big shot after big shot and run after run. But in the second half, the bigger and more athletic ...

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