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CBC's Spencer Sallenbach shoots on net as St. Louis University High School's Justin Jacoby defends. CBC won the Challenge Cup trophy with a 5-2 win.
02/27/2016

Christian Brothers College High School completed another successful season on ice with a 5-2 win against St. Louis University High School Feb. 26 to take the Mid-States Club Hockey Association Challenge Cup title.

CBC has won the Challenge Cup the last three years and four out of the last five years. SLUH defeated CBC in the Challenge Cup final in 2013 by a 2-1 score in overtime. The Cadets have finished either first or second for the...

02/25/2016

A junior guard who made the St. Louis University basketball team as a walk-on, Austin Eagleton is far from the stereotypical big-time college athlete.

Balancing athletics with school, he's made the dean's list and Atlantic-10 Conference academic honors while studying mechanical engineering at the Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology.

He's seen good times with SLU basketball, with the team his freshman year winnin...

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02/25/2016

Fitting that a player from a Catholic high school helped lead St. Louis University's mens basketball team to victory on Celebrating Catholic Education Night Feb. 20 at Chaifetz Arena on the SLU campus.

St. Louis University defeated another Catholic, Jesuit university, Fordham, 76-68 thanks in part to Jermaine Bishop's 17 points. He hit three 3-point shots and had a layup that put Billikens ahead 60-48. Then, after SLU's lead slipped to...

Barat Acdemy’s Grant Rackers, center, tallied 15 points in his team’s 61-52 win Jan. 15 over Principia High School. Barat Academy’s record is 17-6, the best ever for the school, now in its ninth academic year.
02/22/2016

The nucleus of the Barat Academy basketball team has played together for a couple years, and it shows in how they work as a unit. Mixed with talent and dedication, the formula has led to a successful season.

The team improved to 17-6 with a 61-52 win over Principia Feb. 15. Barat led by one point with three minutes left in the game, before the team pulled away on a three-point shot by Clayton Saale, a basket and foul shot by Grant Racke...

Duchesne High School soccer players doused coach Patrick Turner following the team’s win in the Missouri State High School Activities Association Class 2 girls soccer championship in June. Turner recently was honored by a national soccer coaches group as a regional coach of the year.
02/11/2016

Duchesne High School soccer coach Patrick Turner recently was named private and parochial schools 2015 Girls High School Regional Coach of the Year at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America national convention in Baltimore.

Turner led the Duchesne girls varsity soccer team to three consecutive state championships: in 2013 and 2014 in Class 1, and in 2015 in Class 2. Also in that time, he coached the Duchesne boys soccer team...

Joseph Kenny
02/03/2016

The owner of the team now known as the Los Angeles Rams is likely the most unpopular person in St. Louis for moving the football franchise.

In spite of the owner's aloofness, there were some within the Rams organization, especially the players, who connected with the St. Louis community and particularly St. Patrick Center, a Catholic Charities federated agency that provides opportunities for self-sufficiency and dignity to people who ar...

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Fontbonne University basketball player Richard Dorhauer, a graduate of St. John Vianney High School, talked to his coach in a game against Iowa Wesleyan. Fontbonne won 82-53.
02/03/2016

Fontbonne University's men's basketball team is seeking to hit its stride this year, with an 8-11 overall record, 6-6 in conference (SLIAC) play as of Feb. 2.

The road to consistency got a little tougher with injuries to two key players, starters Richard Dorhauer and Ben Kissing, who missed an 82-53 win Jan. 27 over Iowa Wesleyan and a 78-60 loss Jan. 30 to Spalding College. Dorhauer, a St. John Vianney High School graduate, averages 11...

Valle High School’s Coleman Keeley drove the ball upcourt in a game Jan. 26 against Jefferson High School. Jefferson won 52-51 on a last-second shot.
01/27/2016

After a fast start, shots began hitting the rim and bouncing out for Valle High School's boys basketball team in their game Jan. 26 at Jefferson High School in Festus.

The team from Ste. Genevieve had taken a comfortable lead in the early minutes of the game before Jefferson came back just before halftime. Thanks to timely three-point shots, the public school in Festus took the lead in the second half. Though their shots went cold, Vall...

Cardinal Ritter College Prep girls' basketball player Kori Tomlin drives against  McCluer North High School's Anasha Hurst during the game between the schools, part of the 2016 MLK Basketball Classic at Cardinal Ritter in St. Louis Jan. 18. McCluer North won, 51-50.
01/20/2016

The Cardinal Ritter girls basketball team prides itself on fighting hard on every play.

The Jan. 18 game against McCluer North High School provided a good example, with the team down by six or more points several times before coming back to tie the score or take a brief lead. In the end, Cardinal Ritter ran out of time, losing 51-50 after a late second-half run, outscoring McCluer North 17-9 in the final quarter. A buzzer-beating shot n...

De Smet Jesuit High School wrestler Cory Peterson pinned St. John Vianney High School’s Drew Doran in the first period of their match on Jan. 12. De Smet Jesuit beat Vianney 39-26 for the Spartans’ first victory in five years over their rival.
01/13/2016

The stability of a simple wrestling stance has helped put the De Smet Jesuit High School wrestling program on solid footing.

When Colby Robinson became head coach three years ago, he inherited only a handful of wrestlers and needed to recruit new ones quickly. So, at freshmen orientation, he asked students to get into a wrestling stance, then told them that each one could be a wrestler.

"That sparked an interest," he said. "I wal...