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Coming off career-best year, Fowler looks to lead Cardinals lineup

Last year, Dexter Fowler helped the Chicago Cubs end their long championship drought. This year, he signed a five-year deal with the St. Louis Cardinals. In doing so, the veteran outfielder filled the last big hole left in the Cardinals lineup, after moves made earlier in the offseason to shore up the bullpen.

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Davis sudden death OT goal lifts Holt over Howell Central for Founders Cup Championship

 Holt senior forward Tyler Davis always has the green light to go get the puck and score when its loose and Davis knows just when to score. Just 10 seconds into sudden death overtime, Davis broke loose from the center-ice faceoff, cut right to the Francis Howell Central goal and slipped a shot past Spartans goalie Ethan Taplin for a shocking an euphoric 4-3 victory in the Founders Cup Championship on Friday night at Hardees Iceplex in Chesterfield. The victory was the number two seed Indians first in three games against Howell Central, and their second championship in four seasons ...

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CarShield Field to install turf field for this season

After several years of discussion and planning, the River City Rascals and the City of O’Fallon, Mo. are officially moving forward with installation of synthetic turf at CarShield Field. The turf had been at the top of the Rascals wish list as it will allow them to play more baseball games and host more events at the facility than a traditional natural grass surface. The project is expected to be completed before the Rascals first game of the season on Friday, May 5. Of the twelve teams in the Frontier League, the Rascals will be the ninth to make the ...

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Hollander helps Eagles soar

Eight years after leaving St. Charles West and after spending seven years at Lindenwood University as an assistant basketball coach, Hall of Fame coach Terry Hollander has returned to his coaching roots and loves every bit of it.

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