Sports

Lindbergh students commit to college play

Seventeen Lindbergh High School student-athletes last week committed to college teams during National Signing Day. LHS Athletics Director Scott Luczak congratulated the seniors, who will continue their academic and athletic careers at 16 different institutions. “This is a great honor and very impressive achievement, and we are proud of each of you,” the athletics director

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Mehlville senior commits to University of Tennessee

Mehlville High School senior Shane McGroarty recently signed his National Letter of Intent to play football and continue his education at the University of Tennessee-Martin this fall. Pictured with Shane at his signing, from left, are: Coach Tom Beauchamp, Coach Kent Heinemann, Coach Josh Boyd and Coach Don Cope.

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Queen of All Saints girls win volleyball championship

This Queen of All Saints eighth-grade girls’ team recently captured the Catholic Youth Council’s City/County Volleyball Championship. This is the fourth consecutive year the girls have won the championship, ending their CYC career with an amazing 110-1 record. Team members, front row, from left, are: Lindsie Miller, Ally Williams, Gracie Miller and Izzi Sapp. Back

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Lindbergh fifth-grader trains with Barcelona Soccer Club

Sappington Elementary School fifth-grader Jose Rincon’s soccer skills are attracting lots of attention, and those hard-earned skills paid off when the 11-year-old athlete had the opportunity of a lifetime to train alongside the Barcelona professional soccer club in Spain. Last summer, Jose was selected as one of 5,000 young athletes to participate in 31 Official

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QAS boys win volleyball title

This Queen of All Saints fifth-grade boys’ volleyball team captured first place in its Catholic Youth Council district. Team members, back row, from left, are: Kane Lupo, Jack Werkowitch, Lucas Walters, Ryan Hudson, Pierce Bauman and Ryan Black. Front row, from left, are: Gabe Huelsing, Owen Mellinger, Logan Hartsell, Jacob George, Sammy Reece and Nathan

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Mehlville boys capture Southside Classic

By Robert Chalupny For the Call The Mehlville High School varsity boys’ basketball team won the annual Southside Classic Tournament last weekend. Panthers head coach Andy Guethle said winning the tournament championship was a great start to the 2017-2018 season for his squad. “It’s my first time in my 15 years as head coach,” Guethle

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Lindbergh girls dominate Southside Classic

The Lindbergh High School varsity girls’ basketball team captured the Southside Classic Tournament for the second consecutive year. The Flyers showed up at the tournament to tip off the 2017-2018 season hoping to defend their title from last year. They did exactly that, dominating the competition. In the first game, the Flyers beat Bayless 60-10.

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Indoor Family Campout set Jan. 19

The Crestwood Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor an indoor Family Campout Friday, Jan. 19, at the Community Center, 9245 Whitecliff Park Lane. The event will feature a movie, “Pete’s Dragon,” dinner, a bounce house and crafts. Dinner will be served from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and the movie will start at 8:15 p.m. Tickets

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St. Simon girls capture soccer championship

This St. Simon eighth-grade girls’ closed soccer team won the City-County Archdiocesan Championship earlier this month. This is the second time in three years these girls have achieved this honor. Team members, back row, from left, are: Gwen Francis, Megan Darrow, Anna Grzovic, Grace Seliner, Olivia Leicht, Sarah Auer, Madison Tillman, Rebecca Simon, Kendal Torretta,

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