Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Players recognized will come from all over the region.
Thirteen local football players plus other athletes and teams will be honored as scholar/athletes on Sunday, May 5, at a formal banquet at Orlando Gardens Center in South St. Louis County. Randy Karracker, who calls games for Charter Cable, will be master of ceremonies. Scholar/Athletes to be recognized are: Most Courageous/Inspirational College Scholar/Athlete Top Programs For ticket information, contact Bob Bunton at 636-891-8011. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or this website.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Rans win by 20 over Parkway Central. Westminster is the opponent in the title game for second-consecutive year.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Information provided by the MICDS tournament staff. MICDS used a 16-0 run over the first 5:54 of the fourth period to break open a close game and to earn a 71-51 victory over Parkway Central and click their ticket to the tournament final for the second consecutive year. The Rams rode the 16 point scoring effort of Josie Cusworth while Rachel Thompson tossed in 14 for MICDS. The Rams will get another shot at top-seeded Westminster in a rematch of last year’s tournament championship on Saturday night at 6 p.m. Christie Bergesch put in 16 points with Zoe Wallis adding 11 on the night for the Colts who will take on Oakville in the third-place game on Saturday at 3 p.m. More game photos on the Ladue-Frontenac Facebook page.
Big wins for Westminster, MICDS; duo to clash in championships Saturday night.
This is the second year for the girls at the annual MICDS Holiday Invitational. The action was furious in the semifinals with Westminster taking down Oakville, 65-33 and MICDS staging a furious second half to defeat Parkway Central 71-51. MICDS and Westminster will clash in the championship game Saturday night at 6 p.m. The same two teams met for the title game last year with the visiting Wildcats going home with the top prize. Here's a look of the action in the tournament in the two semifinal games.
Friday, July 13, 2012
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on St. Louis area work zones for July 12-18.
MoDOT closes all westbound I-64 lanes in downtown this weekend The Missouri Department of Transportation will close all lanes on westbound Interstate 64 between Broadway and 21st Street this weekend. The closure will begin at 10 a.m., Friday. All lanes, except for the left lane, will be open by 5:30 a.m., Monday. During the closure, ramps from 10th and 14th streets will remain open to westbound I-64. Motorists are urged to take westbound Interstate 44 to Jefferson Avenue as a detour to access westbound I-64. Relocated Route 141 and Page-Olive Connector to Open MoDOT and St. Louis County will celebrate the completion of two projects with a joint ribbon cutting event on Saturday, July 14. Both the relocated Route 141 and the Page-Olive …
Saturday, April 14, 2012
At the Henle Holmes meet at Parkway Central
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Is theater important for students today? Was it important for you? Should it be stressed in high school? More than 120 students around the region learned about how to do theater criticism for the 29 shows they'll review this school year.
Everyone's a critic? Well, for 120 students from high schools throughout St. Louis and St. Charles counties, they're not officially critics until they've gotten their training from The Cappies, the national student theater critics program. Students from 15 area high schools converged on Rockwood Summit High School on Saturday for a morning of training in how to write reviews, the rules of The Cappies program and tips on theater etiquette. Patch tagged along to find out why some of the aspiring scribes think theater is important in their lives, their schools and the world. Check the photo captions to see what students from around the region answered. Do you agree? Offer your replies in the comments below. Was theater important to you in …