ST. PETERS • Max Bernstein wasn't about to miss this time around.
Playing all over the pool, Stupp led MICDS to a 15-9 record and a fourth-place finish in the state tournament.
ST. PETERS • They had to miss graduation, but in the end it was worth it.
ST. PETERS • As it was in the beginning, it shall be in the end.
Heading into Wednesday's quarterfinal round of the Missouri state water polo tournament at the Rec Plex in St. Peters, the MICDS trio of Tommy Stupp, Max Bernstein and Joe Buelter had combined for 125 of the Rams' 176 goals, or roughly 71 percent of their offense.
SAPPINGTON • Arthur Larson reared back and fired.
ST. LOUIS • The opening act left a little to be desired.
BALLWIN • Chandler Klemm could tell the difference. Charlie Cutelli saw it from the first moment they hit the pool.
Paul Baudendistel said it with tongue firmly in cheek. But it would appear the St. Louis U. High water polo team took him seriously.
Charlie Cutelli flashed that bright, white smile and said something funny.
WILDWOOD • Make that two for two for Maddy Brown.
SOUTH COUNTY • Initially, neither Maddy Brown nor her coach were sure she belonged in the club just yet.
Suburban West 2012 all-conference water polo team:
Even after the final horn sounded, even after all of the screams and yells, even with the Missouri Water Polo state championship trophy firmly in his grasp, Steven Emde still couldn’t believe it.
ST. PETERS • The stars aligned for the Parkway West on Saturday night.
ST. PETERS • Methodical and precise, the St. Louis University High water polo team overwhelmed Kirkwood 17-6 in Friday’s Missouri Water Polo semifinals at the St. Peters Rec-Plex.
BALLWIN • The SLUH water polo team held off a brash and brawny Parkway West squad Wednesday in a meeting between two of the top teams in the state.
Wherever in the pool opponents of the Parkway West water polo team go, chances are they will run into Steven Emde.
Higher seeds SLUH, Parkway South and Parkway West win, but Ladue pulls off upset of defending champ DeSmet.
WILDWOOD • The DeSmet water polo team made its first appearance at the Lafayette Invitational this weekend and the Spartans made the most of it.