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Rascals Partner with Carshield on Stadium Naming Rights

The River City Rascals and CarShield, a national industry leader in vehicle service contracts with headquarters in St. Peters, have formed a long-term partnership in a historic agreement to rename the Rascals ballpark to CarShield Field. The stadium opened in 1999 for the first season of Rascals baseball as T.R. Hughes Ballpark and has become an well-known and well-loved part of the community. Now, the Rascals are excited enter into their 18th season of play with a new community-based partner dedicated to helping make improvements to the facility for current and future generations of fans. Improvements will begin during the ...

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Timberland falls to SLUH in first quarterfinal appearance

It was all new and exciting for the Timberland Wolves when they faced the St. Louis University High Junior Billikens on Saturday at Hyland Arena on the Lindenwood University campus. Unfortunately for Timberland, by  late in the fourth quarter, the Wolves knew their magical postseason run was done and there would be no trip to the state tournament next week. SLUH, led by standout junior guard Brandon McKissic, and senior guards David Jackson, and Matt Nester, broke open a close game with a biog second quarter surge and rolled to a 76-51 victory over the Wolves in a Class 5 ...

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Marquette Knocks off Francis Howell Central for Wickenheiser Cup Championship

    Marquette senior forward Zachary Schade could not have imagined a better ending to his high school hockey career. Schade scored a pair of goals and Ben Chase added a goal and two assists as Marquette notched a 4-2 victory over Francis Howell Central in the Mid-States Hockey Wickenheiser Cup championship game Friday at Scottrade Center. “It feels amazing you know there’s no other way that I would want to end my high school hockey career,” Schade said. While Schade and Chase provided the offense, it was junior goaltender Alex Kalmes that made sure the Marquette leads stayed intact. ...

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Koch steps down as Francis Howell football coach

Bryan Koch resigned as head coach of the Francis Howell football Vikings on Friday morning, Feb. 26. Koch, 34,  walks away from Howell’s top football spot as the winningest coach in the history of the program and leaves behind a legacy that elevated Howell to elite status as the premier program in St. Charles County and one of the elite programs in Missouri Class 6 football. “At the end of the day I have a 5-year-old, a 4-year-old, and 3-year-old twins and they have sports and activities six days a week,” Koch said. “The job of being the head football coach ...

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