Sports

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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St. Louis gets XFL team: ‘BattleHawks’

Professional football is returning to St. Louis next year. St. Louis is one of eight cities that will get a team in 2020 as part of a new professional football league, the XFL. The league unveiled the team names and logos for its eight cities last month. The team that will play in The Dome

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Fall Sports Preview published the 31st time

This week marks the 31st publication of Call Newspapers’ annual Fall Sports Preview, a cherished keepsake issue that highlights the fall sports at Oakville, Lindbergh and Mehlville high schools. Turn to Section B to read all about this year’s students and their sports endeavors. For longer game schedules, visit the schools’ websites for the most

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Queen of All Saints softball girls are CYC champs

  The Queen of All Saints eighth-grade softball team won the CYC Championship June 25. The team defeated St. Clement of Rome 6-5. Pictured are front row, left to right: Rylee Brawley, Autumn May, Audrey Politte, Peyton Broderick, Riley Sahrhage, Lexie Pattrin. Back row, left to right: Megan Leeker, Jillian Russell, Hannah Wilhite, Grace Lickteig,

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On the prowl for a win, Panthers seize it from Hazelwood Hawks

Pictured above: Mehlville shortstop Christian Harvey forces Oakville runner Joey Giunta at second base in the early innings of a 5-0 Oakville win against Mehlville earlier this season. Photo by Bill Milligan.  By Stephen Glover For the Call After losing four of its last five games, the Mehlville High Panthers baseball team was on the

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