Fall Sports Preview 2018

With premier player, Mehlville tennis looks to win

With one of the top players in the state and some fierce competitors battling it out for other spots, Mehlville High head coach Jill Wojewuczki is optimistic. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Stephen Glover For the Call Despite some bouts of lousy weather, the Mehlville Senior High varsity girls’ tennis team is ready to take

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Lindbergh girls’ golf drives for state

Returning players Sofia Gamayo and Anna Musich will help lead the way for the Lindbergh High varsity girls’ golf team to win this year, head coach Mike Tyler believes. By JESSICA BELLE KRAMER For the Call Last year, Sofia Gamayo, who was a freshman at the time, was in the top 20 at state for

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Oakville volleyball team hopes for a breakout season in 2018

Pictured above: Oakville High head coach Kristina Kanallakan believes her volleyball team could succeed this year based on her players’ strengths. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Stephen Glover For the Call After posting a record of 13-13-1 last season, the Oakville Senior High varsity girls’ volleyball team is looking to have a breakout year. “We

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Oakville swimming welcomes youth movement

The Oakville High School varsity boys’ swim team welcomes a new crop of younger athletes this year, a phenomenon head coach Dan Schoenfeldt believes will take the team to a new level. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Stephen Glover For the Call A youth movement is underway with the Oakville Senior High varsity boys’ swimming

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