Thursday, March 8, 2012
Senior guard richly deserves this coveted award.
Editor's update: Maddie Stock, senior guard from St. Joseph’s Academy was just named Missouri’s Gatorade All American Player of the Year. Maddie and her twin sister, Morgan led St. Joe to 25-5 season. Both guards have already signed to play at the University of Missouri next fall. Stock was named the Ladue-Frontenac Female Athlete of the Winter in 2011. Stock maintains an A average in the classroom and is a three-time Class 5 first team All State selection. She has been named three times to the first team All Metro by the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Stock averaged 17.8 points per game and picked up 5 steals per game. One of her top performances was a triple-double versus Cor Jesu Academy with 13 points; 12 steals and 10 assists. The biggest…
Saturday, March 3, 2012
St. Joseph's falls for the third time to the Red Knights, losing 49-42 Saturday in the Class 5 quarterfinals at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Despite a pair of losses to Incarnate Word during the regular season, St. Joseph's basketball coach Julie Matheny felt good coming into Saturday's Class 5 quarterfinal game against the Red Knights. "I had good vibes," Matheny said. "I thought today was going to be our day." But instead of celebration, it was heartbreak and tears in the St. Joseph's locker room after a 49-42 loss at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The Angels fell a game short of reaching the final four while Incarnate Word stays alive in its attempt to defend the Class 5 championship. "We had a great first quarter but when you play a team like Incarnate Word you have to play four great quarters," Matheny said. The second quarter was the downfall for the Angels, who …
Saturday, February 25, 2012
St. Joe hammers Ursuline Academy, 85-55 for Class 5, District 2 title at SLUH.
Nice game for Heather Pesigan and Hannah Weisbrod of Ursuline Academy. The two juniors combined for 30 points against mighty St. Joseph’s Academy, an even 15 points apiece. However, four Angel starters combined for a record-setting 69 points and St. Joe crushed Ursuline 85-55 to win the Class 5, District 2 title at St. Louis U. High on Saturday. With 2:59 left the floor was cleared of all the St. Joe starters. Mizzou-bound Maddie Stock scored 24; juniors Erin Nelson had 17 and Sydney Stipanovich 18 points, 14 rebounds and 11 blocked shots, and Morgan Stock, also off to Mizzou had 12 points. It was never close, just like the semifinal 42 point win over Webster Groves on Wednesday. Both games ended with the mercy rule running clock. The …
Saturday, January 7, 2012
Maddie Stock's 30 points leads Angels to 59-43 win over the Tigers.
Junior guard Emmie Haring made only one shot in the Prepcasts Girls Shootout IV but it was a good one. Facing a wide open look three pointer, she drained the shot, giving St. Joseph’s Academy its first lead since the early going in their battle with Ozark High School from Southwest Missouri. The three-pointer stood up and the Angels wrestled the game from the Tigers, 59-53 running the season record to 14-2. The Angels were lethargic in the first 16 minutes and fell behind by as many as eight points, when Julie Matheny called time out with 37.0 seconds remaining in the half to stop the bleeding. In the third quarter, St. Joe outscored Ozark 20-2. They made up the five-point halftime deficit and they held a 50-37 point lead, heading into …
Friday, December 23, 2011
Maddie Stock leads the way with 15 points in 55-38 win over Brea Olinda, California.
St. Joe returns to St. Louis with a 10-1 record and the third place trophy in their division of the Nike Invitational in Phoenix, Ariz. Maddie stock scored 15 points to lead the Angels to the 55-38 point win. Four different players ended up in double figures with Erin Nelson and Morgan Stock scoring 12 and Sydney Stipanosvich 10. St. Joe next faces Cor Jesu Academy in the quarterfinals of the Visitation Academy tournament Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Angels race past Edgewater Florida, 55-41.
The win streak this season is eight and counting. The St. Joe Angles had a field day in Phoenix, beating Edgewater, FL 55-41 in the second-round of the Nike Tournament. A total of 64 of the top teams in the nation were invited to this four-day festival. Maddie Stock led all scorers with 23 points. Sydney Stipansovich had 18 points, 18 rebounds and blocked a whopping 13 shots. Morgan Stock was in double figures with 10 points. The Angels meet Holy Cross of Kensington, MD. later today at 4 p.m. our time in the semifinals of their division. They returned from Phonix with a 1-3 record a couple of years ago. Here are more details of the game from St.L Today.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Dynamic Twins Share Their Insight With Patch Teen Writer.
For two excellent basketball players like Maddie and Morgan Stock, playing basketball in college has always been a top priority. However, choosing where to go and weighing out the options is another process in itself. According to stlhighschoolsports.com, Morgan and Maddie combined this season for a total of 861 points. Maddie finished first overall as the area’s top three point shooter with 90 shots made, and Morgan placed second as a top area free throw shooter with an 87.3 percent completion rate. There’s no doubt that these girls have a promising future at the University of Missouri, the school they have chosen to go to together. Being able to play together in college was the most important thing for the Stocks. “We have played …
Thursday, April 28, 2011
St. Joseph's Academy Guards Maddie & Morgan Stock Give Mizzou Verbal Commitments.
St. Joseph's Academy junior twins Maddie and Morgan Stock took the worry out of waiting by giving the University of Missouri Women's basketball program verbal commitments. Verbal commitments are not binding and they will be officially able to sign on the early date in mid-November. The decision was announced on the website Stltoday. The Angels reached the Class 5 final four in Columbia this year and the twin 6-foot-1 guards return along with junior center Syndney Stipanovich, forming one of the most formidable teams in the Midwest next winter. Maddie was a first team all Metro performer and first team all state. She was an overwhelming selection as the Ladue-Frontenac Female Athlete for the winter season. She averaged 17 points per game …
Friday, April 1, 2011
The St. Joseph's Academy guard leads her team to the final four.
St. Joseph's Academy guard Maddie Stock opened the 2010-11 season by connecting on six 3-pointers in a victory over Belleville Althoff. The 6-foot-1 junior ended her season in the Class 5 third place game at the Mizzou Arena in Columbia by scoring 19 second half points in a loss to Webb City. And Stock had plenty of highlights in between and has been named as the Ladue-Frontenac Patch Female Player of the Year for the winter season. "Maddie came out of the gate strong and took the team on her shoulders," Angels coach Julie Matheny said. "She is just an all-around very talented and gifted athlete who is passionate about the game of basketball." Stock had another six 3-point game as she scored 33 points in a win against Nerinx Hall and had …
Saturday, March 5, 2011
The Angels defeated Hazelwood Central 56-34 in the Class 5 quarterfinals Saturday at UMSL.
Florida was the destination of choice for the St. Joseph's Academy basketball team during the Christmas holidays. But the Angels would rather be nowhere else but Columbia, Missouri in mid-March. St. Joe's stamped its ticket to Columbia, the site of the Missouri State High School Activities Association state tournament with a 56-34 victory over Hazelwood Central Saturday in the Class 5 quarterfinals at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. St. Joe's coach Julie Matheny was wearing her green beads, celebrating not only Mardi Gras but another appearance in the final four. "I don't know how many that is now but I do know that everyone is special and memorable for both the kids and the coaches," she said. The Angels are probably known more for …