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Priory student’s ‘Bridges’ leads to understanding

Priory student Sohan Kancherla, left, founded Bridges to America to raise awareness and assist refugees and immigrants assimilating into U.S. society. He helped teach a citizenship class at the International Institute and talked with former student Firas Kazlee who immigrated to St. Louis from Mosul, Iraq. “I just used Google to pick a place in the U.S. that looked nice,” Kazlee said, explaining how he came to St. Louis.

An interest in a program of pre-medical studies in college led a St. Louis Priory High School student to begin the nonprofit Bridges to America program to assist immigrants and refugees as they transition to life in the United States.

Sohan Kancherla's efforts helped other Priory students better understand migrants and the public policy issues that concern them.

Patience pays dividends for doubles team from Priory

Now that they've won a state championship in doubles, several nicknames apply — Dynamic Duo, Double Trouble, Twin Tormenters, Terrific Twosome.

Call them what you want, St. Louis Priory School's Victor Djavaherian and Patrick Milburn are splendid on the tennis court, picking up the Class 1 state title in doubles with a 6-4, 6-2 win against Nathan Turtledove and Garrett Kincaid of Pembroke Hill. The seniors also helped Priory's team finish second in Class 1, edged out by Pembroke Hill 5-2.

New name pinned on Priory wrestlers: Metro League champs

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St. Louis Priory High School's wrestling team came into the season under the radar. Now though, they're known as the Metro League champions.

The team placed second at the John Burroughs tournament, third at a highly competitive St. Clair Tournament and first at its own Priory Tournament.

Winning the league was one of the goals of senior co-captain Zachary Warr.

Priory dominates but can't overcome slow start

Priory High School lost its Class 3 playoff hopes after a 2-1 defeat by rival Westminster Academy. Priory senior Brenden Kolthoff vied against Westminster’s Nicholas Samuel Dunne.

The Priory High School soccer team fought back but didn't overcome a quick start by Westminster in a district game of the Class 3 state soccer playoffs Oct. 27.
Within the first minutes of the game, Westminster senior forward Sam Dunne scored on two breakaways, using his speed to elude Priory defenders when the ball bounced beyond his opponents' reach. Priory goalie Drew Sewall had no chance on the shots.

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