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Nerinx swimmer Emily Traube has wins in her genes


Swimming is in Emily Traube's DNA, and she's making the most of it.

Scrappy Lanter, Smith set the tone for Nerinx soccer team


Tierney Lanter and Gabby Smith are easy to find on a soccer field.

The Nerinx Hall juniors stand out for their scrappy, never-give-up approaches. Each scored a goal in Nerinx Hall's hard-fought 3-1 win over Cor Jesu Academy in the rain April 3. The next day, Kassidy Grant scored three goals in a 7-0 win over Parkway Central as Nerinx improved to 5-1.

One-on-one pastoral care suggested for adolescents with same-sex attraction

A recent request from students at a Catholic high school to establish a gay-straight alliance club for students has led to inquiries about the Church's approach to pastoral care of individuals with same-sex attraction.

‘Go Markers’ cheer turns to ‘Go Team USA’ for Quigley

While Olympian Colleen Quigley urges people to chant “Go Team USA,” she has hung onto another cheer: “Go Markers.”

That’s the Nerinx Hall High School Markers, where she was a state champion in track and field and a top performer in cross country.

“I have felt so much love and support from St. Louis, especially Nerinx,” Colleen said.

Girls lacrosse has action-packed, thrilling moments

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Villa Duchesne co-captains Louise Keefer, center, and Molly Walsh, right, pressured Nerinx Hall’s Lindsay Morrow in the first half of a lacrosse game April 5. Villa Duchesne won 9-8.

Villa Duchesne and Nerinx Hall teams showed April 5 that girls high school lacrosse provides plenty of action-packed, thrilling plays by well-conditioned, talented athletes.

Louise Keefer scored five times as Villa Duchesne held on for a 9-8 victory after Nerinx roared back from a 6-2 halftime deficit to make it close. The win was Villa Duchesne's first of the season after two losses.

Nerinx Hall High School honored as Blue Ribbon School

Danielle Voss, a junior at Nerinx Hall, examined a photograph as part of her introduction to photography class visit to the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum to view the images of underwater photographer Ernest H. Brooks II.

Danielle Voss looked intently at the blank-and-white photograph hanging before her at the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum in Midtown St. Louis. Among 25 photographs on display in the Silver Seas: An Odyssey exhibition, "The Gathering" drew Voss for a closer inspection.

"What captures my attention is the fish aren't, like, solid," she said, pointing out some fish in the school appear to be black and opaque while others appear to be gray to light-gray and translucent. The fish swirl toward light at the surface.

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