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Wright’s big night dooms Howell Central in Wickenheiser Cup preliminary round

After losing to Parkway South two days earlier in its first game of the Mid-States Club Hockey Association Wickenheiser Cup playoffs preliminary round, Westminster Christian Academy faced a win or go home C division matchup against Francis Howell Central. Thankfully, for the Wildcats, forward Levi Wright and goalie Samuel Haupfear were ready to answer the challenge. Wright erupted for four goals and an assist and Haupear held the Spartans scoreless for  nearly two and half periods, as Westminster rolled to a 6-1 victory on Monday night at St. Peters Rec Plex. “We just needed to win,” Wright said. “That’s what ...

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Whitfield uses big stops, clutch free throws to edge Duchesne in key small school clash

Amechi Ramsey had only two points for the Whitfield Warriors, but his two points ended up being the biggest of the night. Ramsey, a senior point guard for the Warriors, drained a pair of free-throws, giving his team a three-point lead with 59.4 seconds and Whitfield held on in the final minute for a 48-41 win at Duchesne on Wednesday in a key matchup of Class 3 powers. “It’s not hard, my teammates have faith in me every time I step to the free-throw line,” Ramsey said. “It was a big relief. I was like we’ve got to finish this ...

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Smith resigns as Francis Howell girls volleyball coach

Stacey Smith walked into Francis Howell athletic director Sean Erwin’s office on Monday and informed Erwin he was resigning as girls volleyball coach due to family obligations. “It was extremely difficult to make this decision and it wouldn’t matter where I was coaching or what level, it’s hard to leave that part behind since I’ve been coaching for the past 22 years, it becomes part of your identity,” Smith said. Smith’s wife, who is a full time nurse, is in training to be a nurse practitioner. Smith noted that with her schedule becoming hectic with that and the demands of ...

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Trinity pulls away from fourth-seeded Duchesne for first MICDS Holiday Tournament championship

      Being the No. 6 seed has become a good luck charm for teams in the MICDS Holiday Invitational Tournament in recent seasons. Ladue won the tournament last year as a six seed. The 6th seed proved to be good luck this time around for the Trinity Titans. Trinity, seeded sixth finished off a perfect week of play with a resounding 60-39 win over fourth-seed Duchesne to claim the schools first MICIDS tournament championship Friday night at MICDS. “I’m always hard on my guys, so I thought we were about a 10 or 11-seed Trinity coach Jeffrey McCaw ...

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Francis Howell falls to Hazelwood Central in triple overtime

    It was billed as a decided underdog in Francis Howell going against perennial power Hazelwood Central. After 44 crazy, gut-wrenching minutes of basketball, it will likely be remembered as a classic. Francis Howell junior guard Daylan Dalton’s last-gasp three-pointer clanged the rim at the buzzer, and Hazelwood Central held off a gritty Vikings club for an 85-82 win in the second game of Day 4 of the GAC/Suburban Shootout at Lindenwood University’s Hyland Arena. The finish was tough end to a great performance for the Vikings but there was no frustration for Howell in this one against the ...

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