Would you buy this home, regardless of the fact that it was Stan the Man's?
Friday, May 24, 2013
Thursday, May 23, 2013
As the 2013 Senior PGA Championship officially gets underway Thursday, here's what you need to know if you drive by or plan to attend the event at Bellerive Country Club in West County.
As previously reported by Patch, the Senior PGA Championship takes place at Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country May 21 - 26. (Check here for event schedule and hours.) The first round of the competition gets underway Thursday. Ladue Road is closed from Mason Road to Highway 141 during the tournament. Spectator parking is based at the Verizon Amphitheater and shuttled to the course. Here's what not to bring: • Personal electronics such as, hand-held games, radios, televisions, iPods, iPads, etc. • All oversized chairs with wide arm rests (small, portable/folding chairs are permitted). • Bags larger than 12” x 12” x 12” in their natural state. • Weapons of any kind (regardless of permit). • Coolers, ladders, milk crates, signs, …
Eight athletes are making waves on their way to nationals.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Star in soccer and basketball has already committed to playing at Columbia University in the Ivy League.
To say there are many outstanding female athletes at MICDS would be an understatement. But in the end, one really stands out. That would be two-sport star Caroline Militello, 17, a junior who has already agreed to play soccer at Columbia University in the Ivy League. That makes two Ivy Leaguers in the family. Her brother Thomas is a rising quarterback at Dartmouth. Militello who plays forward in basketball and attacker in soccer is the Ladue-Frontenac Patch Female Athlete of the Spring. She stands out in any crowd. Militello comes from quite an athletic family. The blood lines are good. The backyard basketball games are a real show stopper. Their dad, Mark was a standout wide receiver at Country Day School and had a distinguished career at…
Dave Aronberg named Suburban East "Coach of the Year."
The Ladue Rams had their best soccer season in modern history. They tied the record for most wins in a season (17) and set almost every school record in a variety of categories. Natasha Medler was selected "Player of the Year." Dave Aronberg was selected the conference "Coach of the Year." Here's this year's team: Suburban East All Conference Girls Soccer First team: F – Christina DiFelice Sr - Clayton F – Abby Rivard Jr - Clayton F – Natasha Medler Jr - Ladue M – Meg Sutter Sr - Clayton M – Mariana Alisio Jr - Ladue M – Kerry Stewart So - Affton M – Lizzy Puyo Fr - Ladue M – Danielle Caruso So - Affton D – Emily Isaacs Sr - Ladue D - Caroline Avery Jr - Clayton D – Maria Vetter Sr - Ladue D – Na’ana Wilson Sr - Jennings D - Kim Straub …
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Stan “The Man" Musial's Ladue estate is listed for just under $1.8 million, according to realtor.com.
According to realtor.com, the home of Stan “The Man” Musial at 85 Trent Drive in Ladue is listed for $1,795,000. (Click here to see the realtor.com listing and photos of the home.) As previously reported by Patch, the baseball hall-of-famer passed away in January at the age of 92. He was reportedly surrounded by his family at his Ladue home at the time of his death. According to realtor.com, the home sits on three acres and is 5,286-square-feet. It includes four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a grand foyer with a checkerboard marble floor, a pool and more. If you're not sure if you can afford Stan “The Man” Musial's estate, realtor.com even provides a monthly payment calculator. Join Ladue-Frontenac Patch for more community news or join us on …
Will he go pro or onto the University of Miami. Check back after the amateur draft June 6.
Athletics have always been a big deal in the Gary and Jody Kaplan family of Ladue. John, 33, a Parkway Central grad played for Tulane University then got drafted by the Diamondbacks, was traded to the Cardinals and is presently in the Independent Baseball League. Courtney, a sophomore at MICDS plays basketball and elite club soccer for Scott Gallagher. Lex, 18, is headed to the University of Miami-Coral Gables on a full baseball scholarship. Kaplan is one of the premier players in the St. Louis Metro and top producers and is the Ladue-Frontenac-Olivette Patch Male Athlete for the spring. The dream is just getting started He’s dreamed of being a major leaguer almost forever. Every day, he’s either in the cage taking swings; shagging balls …
Monday, May 20, 2013
We're taking a last look at all of the spring athletes who earned your vote over the last few months.
As the spring sports season heads into the final few weeks of the postseason, we want to make sure you take a moment to recognize the athletes who have earned your vote this spring during our MVP voting contest. The MVP poll will be back in the fall, just in time for boy's soccer, football and softball, just to name a few fall sports. Coming tomorrow and Wednesday we'll name our Boys and Girls Spring Athletes of the Year.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
The junior sprinter blew away the field in voting for this week's honors.
This week's Patch MVP vote was not close. Madison Barker, a junior from Ladue High School took top prize, based on the strength of two district titles in the 200 and 400 meter dash, and in helping the Rams' 4x100meter and 4x400meter relay squads qualify for the state sectional track meet held this past weekend. She answered some of our questions by email before the sectional meet. Patch: How is your season going? Madison Barker: It has been going pretty well. Patch: What is the favorite thing you like about being on your team? MB: Despite being such a large team, we are all pretty close. Everyone is supportive of each other and when people are racing, everyone is cheering. Patch: Which athlete do you admire the most, and why? MB: Lolo …
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Rams have to come from behind to defeat visiting O'Fallon, Illinois 7-6.
Once again MICDS is in the Final 4 of the Missouri Lacrosse tournament. The Rams will host CBC Tuesday in one semifinal game. The Cadets ran all over Lafayette 15-5 in their quarterfinal match. The championships will be contested over Memorial Day weekend, this Friday night, 7:30 p.m. at the Park in Fenton. In the other semifinal game, DeSmet takes on the winner of St. Louis U. High and Eureka. MICDS had to come from behind to defeat O’Fallon, Illinois 7-6 Thursday before an overflow crowd on the Rams artificial turf. More game photos on the Ladue-Frontenace Facebook page. William Moorehead, who stands 6-foot-4 and is going to Providence College led the attack with 3 goals. Other goals were scored by JT Theimann, (two); Stephen Mattingly…