Photos by Bill Milligan

Couple fall in love, marry at Bethesda Terrace

By Bill Milligan For the Call Bethesda Terrace in Oakville recently was the scene of a joyous occasion celebrating the wedding of residents James “Jim” and Dorothy Kargus. The couple, who were married about two months ago, met playing cards at the independent living community and fell in love. “I chased him until I caught

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Veterans to lead way for Lindbergh High boys

Despite losing many runners to graduation, Lindbergh High head coach Jim Petersen is optimistic about his 2017 boys’ cross country team. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call The Lindbergh High School varsity boys’ cross country team captured a district championship last season and earned an appearance at the state meet as

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Experience to be key to Flyers’ success

With most of her veteran players returning, Lindbergh High School head coach Laura Conti has high hopes this year for her varsity girls’ tennis team. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call Despite the loss of Kat Rosenberger, who won one state title and medaled in her other three years with the

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Football Flyers capture second straight win

By Robert Chalupny For the Call The Lindbergh High School varsity football team is on a roll, winning its second consecutive game Friday night against head coach Nathan Norman’s former team, Jackson High School. The Flyers defeated Jackson 45-19. The previous week, Lindbergh defeated Oakville 41-7 in the season opener. Of the victory over Jackson,

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Motivation to be key factor for Mehlville girls

Enthusiasm will be one of the keys to the success of the Mehlville High girls’ cross country squad this year, according to head coach Mark Ehlen. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call Motivation could prove to be a key factor if the Mehlville High School varsity girls’ cross country team enjoys

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