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Chaminade wrestler pushes hard even in the off-season

Danny Conley recently made history for the Chaminade wrestling team, winning the program’s first state championship. Conley won the 220-pound Class 4 state championship.

After making history at Chaminade College Preparatory School, Danny Conley began preparations for the next high school wrestling season as soon as the last one ended in February.

The off-season is no time to rest in his quest for improvement, which comes as no surprise to Chaminade coach Todd Schumacher.

"To be the best at what you do in life or work or whatever, you always have to think about what more you can do," Schumacher said. "Danny's a guy who's always thinking about what else he can do to get better."

Chaminade joins ranks of Blue Ribbon Schools

Christian Piccioni listened to a lecture on the Protestant Reformation by teacher Andrew Schmitt. Chaminade College Preparatory School has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. Chaminade is one among 279 public and 50 private schools receiving this honor.

Our Lady of the Pillar holds a prominent spot in Marianist history, inspiring Father William Joseph Chaminade to found the order 200 years ago.

While in Saragossa, Spain, in the early 1800s, French Father Chaminade prayed daily at Cathedral-Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, which displays the small wooden statue depicting the Marian apparition, on a pillar, given to the apostle James the Greater in 40 A.D. Many sources record it as the first Marian apparition in history.

Chaminade claims state basketball title

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Chaminade obtained what it missed the previous year in Columbia at the Missouri Class 5 finals — a state championship.

FAITHFUL FAN | Basketball spotlight shines on local Catholic schools

Joseph Kenny

Attention has turned to basketball in St. Louis as the college game's "March madness" tournament time begins. All eyes are on a top-flight St. Louis Billikens team and an exciting Missouri Valley Conference tournament in St. Louis.

But St. Louis has become a hot place for high school basketball as well, and several Catholic school programs are at the top of the list as state playoffs begin.

Chaminade soccer star puts focus on his team

Tommy Barlow, a junior at Chaminade College Preparatory School, was selected Gatorade Boys Soccer Player of the Year for the state of Missouri.

When Tommy Barlow talks soccer, he could easily bring up his personal accomplishments. He netted the ball 27 times last season and assisted his teammates with 17 goals. He was a leader of the Chaminade soccer team that advanced to the Class 3 state championship game. He was named Gatorade Missouri Boys Soccer Player of the Year, was an All-American selection by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and chosen as the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association Class 3 Player of the Year.

Chaminade College Prep proud of Oscar nominee

Chaminade alum Minkyu Lee posed next to an Oscar statue. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short for his film, “Adam and Dog.” Lee’s talent was evident while attending Chaminade College Preparatory School.

He's certainly a winner in the eyes of his alma mater.

Minkyu Lee, Chaminade College Preparatory class of 2004, was among the small group of Oscar hopefuls at the Academy Awards Feb. 24. His film, "Adam and Dog" was nominated for the Oscar for Best Animated Short. The nominees represented the best films of the previous year.

The winner among the five nominated films was "Paperman" by John Kahrs.

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