Fall Sports Preview 2019

Oakville swimming ‘like a beast’ in ‘19

By Stephen Glover For the Call  After placing 37th overall at the 2018 Missouri Class 1 boys swimming and diving championships, the Oakville High Tigers are hoping that a strong group of underclassmen can help improve on last year’s performance.  “There’s a lot of talent on the underclass- men side of this year’s team,” Oakville

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Deep dive into winning this year at Lindbergh High School

By Stephen Glover For the Call With four state qualifiers returning for the 2019 season, the Lindbergh boys swimming and diving team is looking to improve on last year’s 14th-place finish at the Missouri Class 2 state championships. “We lost a big piece of the puzzle from last year, but we’ve got several guys com-

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Oakville golf driving for a turnaround

Pictured above: Oakville High head coach Emily Baker says she’s looking for a pair of seniors to provide leadership for her young team, which will be battle-tested in matches. By BILL MILLIGAN For the Call Oakville High School girls golf coach Emily Baker hopes her young team can avoid a repeat of 2018 this season.

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Lindbergh golf ‘in the hunt’ for 2019

Pictured above: The Lindbergh girls golf team is driving for wins with the help of top player Sofia Gamayo, with a goal of qualifying for state, said coach Mike Tyler. Photo by Erin Achenbach. By STEPHEN GLOVER For the Call The Lindbergh Flyers girls golf team is “in the hunt” this fall even after graduating

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Mehlville golf is in a ‘youth movement’

Pictured above: Mehlville girls golf interim head coach Tom Brannan says he has a ‘youth movement’ on the team with young players on course to win. By STEPHEN GLOVER For the Call With just two upperclassmen returning to the starting lineup, the Mehlville Panthers girls golf team is going to experience a youth movement. “We’re

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