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Fort Zumwalt South boys netters roll into postseason

Fort Zumwalt South boys tennis coach David Fox suspected at the outset of the season that his Bulldogs club would be pretty good once they got into regular season play. As the regular season winds down this week, Zumwalt South has been determined and strong on the courts as the Bulldogs finished their season on Tuesday with an 11-2 slate. It has been a watershed season for Zumwalt South as the Bulldogs have just completed the best start and best regular season in program and school history. “We felt like coming in to the season we had a chance to ...

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McAfee provides leadership and more for young Francis Howell Central spikers

A year ago, Connor McAfee was more of a supporting cast member for the 2017 Francis Howell Central boys volleyball club, that had nine seniors and pushed  the Spartans to a 25-8-1 mark and a Class 4 quarterfinal appearance. This spring the leadership mantle has fallen to McAfee and McAfee, the Spartans lone returning senior starter, has provided that and plenty more through the first five weeks of play. McAfee, a 5-10 leaper that starts at outside hitter, has been the Spartans go-to go guy on offense leading the club in kills, and is ninth in the area in kills, ...

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Francis Howell picks Hazelwood Central’s Chojnacki to lead Vikings football program

Francis Howell athletic director Sean Erwin announced today (April 20) that Hazelwood Central varsity football coach Brent Chojnacki has accepted and has been hired as the Vikings new head football coach. His hiring was approved at the district board meeting on Thursday night (April 19). Chojnacki, 30, coached the 2017 season at Hazelwood Central and has coached at the school the past six seasons. Erwin said that Chojnacki was picked from several dozen candidates that applied for the job, and that his background as an offensive coordinator and assistant head coach made him a strong candidate that stood out among ...

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Holt baseball starts season on an early roll

Just seven games into the 2018 baseball season, the Holt Indians are showing they will be a force on the diamond and the Indians appear poised to do a lot of winning. Holt is off to an impressive 6-1 start heading into the final weekend of March. The Indians showed their early season mettle recently thanks to claiming the 23rd annual Troy Baseball Classic tournament last weekend at Troy Buchanan High School. Holt knocked off Timberland 7-5 last Saturday to claim the championship. “It’s a good one (tournament) to win because it’s so early and you’ve got to play five ...

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