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Brister, Lewis lead Fort Zumwalt North past Fort Zumwalt South

The stage was big for Fort Zumwalt North sophomore quarterback Cade Brister but he never seemed to be rattled. With a little help from Deon Lewis and the Panthers high-powered option offense, Brister and Zumwalt North fought off a fourth quarter challenge from rival Fort Zumwalt South and rolled to a 42-21 homecoming win Saturday (Sept. 27) at Fort Zumwalt ...

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CBC stays perfect, rolls over De Smet Jesuit

CBC quarterback Blake Charlton made it happen in the air. Cadets running back Caylen Taylor made it happen on the ground, and the Cadets defense was relentless on Friday night. Charlton threw for two touchdowns and Taylor ran for two scores as unbeaten CBC rolled over Metro Catholic rival De Smet Jesuit  60-0 at De Smet Jesuit. “Anytime you score ...

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Lindenwood bows to Missouri Western in Division II Game of the Week

Missouri Western scored 21 points from turnovers and parlayed that into a 26-9 victory over Lindenwood University Thursday night at Hunter Stadium in St. Charles, Mo. Lindenwood came out with a lot of energy and played well in the first half, but mistakes allowed the Griffons to lead 14-9 at halftime, Missouri Western scored on its first drive after a Lions turnover set ...

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Abby Carpenter looks toward state in record-breaking fashion

Abby Carpenter is the third girl in her family to play tennis for the Lancers. Her older sister, Trish, and middle sister, Kelly, also played. But when the sisters talk about their accomplishments on the court, the youngest Carpenter has bragging rights. A senior, she recently became the winningest player in the history of the Lafayette girls program, surpassing the ...

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High school girls tennis

For the first time in school history, the Lafayette tennis team won the top flight of the rugged Parkway Doubles Tournament. “We were the top seed and lived up to that seed in a very tight race with Marquette, who was the No. 3 seed and ended up second in the tournament,” said Lafayette coach Donna Stauffer. Lafayette played in ...

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High school boys swimming

For the first time since 2007, the Marquette Mustangs have won their own Marquette Relays. The divers and the swimmers combined to give Marquette 252 points. “They performed very well,” coach Joe Schoedel said. “We had two freshman divers, Cole Gross and Jake Venegoni, along with senior Ben Strate, that started us off great in the morning, taking second place. ...

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Forest Park XC Festival yields strong showing for local runners

Eureka’s Hannah Long won the Green Division of the ninth annual Forest Park XC Festival. Long, a senior, raced the 5-kilometer course at Forest Park in 17 minutes, 7.7 seconds for a personal best time. It was her first win in the race since she was a freshman. Long finished second the last two years to Ste. Genevieve junior Taylor ...

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Chaminade ranked No. 10 in the nation in high school boys soccer

The Chaminade Red Devils soccer team is nationally ranked. Chaminade is 8-0-1 and are ranked at No. 10 in the nation by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in their recent poll. After opening the season with 3-0 victories over Metro Catholic Conference rivals St. Louis University High and CBC, the Red Devils are fresh off a trip to ...

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Westminster Christian Academy, MICDS ready for River to River Challenge in girls golf

Westminster Christian Academy is the defending River to River Challenge champion and the Wildcats girls golf team will attempt to win it again when the annual Missouri versus. Illinois tournament is held Saturday (Sept. 20). Missouri won the event last year. Missouri’s teams in the unique tournament qualified from the recent Angel Classic that was win by MICDS. Also playing ...

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