In a year of firsts for the Rockwood Summit boys basketball team, the Falcons recently added one more to their list: a Suburban South Conference player of the year honor.
Picking out Jory Woodson on the hardwood is a rather simple procedure.
IMPERIAL • Summit’s Jory Woodson quickly made up for lost time against Fox in the 16th annual Seckman Holiday Basketball Classic on Thursday.
ST. CHARLES • Any time a team can mix a potent 1-2 scoring punch with hard-nosed defense, it will likely make for a long game for the opposition.
2012 Missouri high school all-state football team, as selected by statewide media (coaches select an all-state team, as well).
Star power: The Suburban South lost a significant amount of senior talent and all but one member of its all-conference first team. That one returner is Summit’s Jory Woodson, who averaged over 16 points per game and hit over 38 percent of his 142 3-point attempts last year. He is one of the …
FENTON • The Kirkwood football team did it again.
2012 Suburban South all-conference football team:
JACKSON • Turnover Tuesdays paid big dividends for the Summit football team as it traveled to Jackson for the Class 5 District 1 championship game Monday.
FENTON • After going three weeks without a victory, the Summit Falcons were a hungry bunch.
CHESTERFIELD • Parkway Central coach Mark Goldenberg was curious to see how his team would respond Friday to its first loss of the season last week to Kirkwood.
WEBSTER GROVES • When opposing teams pay a visit to Webster Groves’ Moss Field -- especially the highly-ranked ones -- they better have their chin straps buckled tightly.
Rockwoood Summit's Luke Hartmann can't hang on to a pass from quarterback James Crockett with Kirkwood's Clyde Benson defending in the third quarter. Photo by J.B. Forbes firstname.lastname@example.org
Rockwood Summit quarterback James Crockett flings a hail mary pass on fourth down at the end of the game that was broken up. Photo by J.B. Forbes email@example.com
Kirkwood quarterback James Crockett runs up the middle for a short gain in the third quarter. Photo by J.B. Forbes firstname.lastname@example.org
Rockwood Summit's Nick Bamvakais is congratulated in the endzone after scoring on a James Crockett pass in the first quarter. Photo by J.B. Forbes email@example.com
Rockwood Summit's Ian McIntosh is brought down by Kirkwood's J.J. Jones after McIntosh caught a James Crockett pass in the third quarter. Photo by J.B. Forbes firstname.lastname@example.org
Rockwood Summit's Ian McIntosh races alone to the endzone in the second quarter after catching a James Crockett pass. Photo by J.B. Forbes email@example.com
Kirkwood's Ramon Alton is pulled down by Rockwood Summit's James Crockett in the fourth quarter. Photo by J.B. Forbes firstname.lastname@example.org
ST. LOUIS • The Kirkwood football team already has proven to be more resilient in the past three weeks than it needed to be throughout the duration of its 12-win season a year ago.
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Considering he runs the 40-yard dash in 4.41 seconds, it is no great surprise that Summit tailback Ian McIntosh is pretty dangerous coming out of the backfield.
OAKVILLE • Summit senior Nick Bamvakais knows how to get to the end zone in a variety of ways.
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Jory Woodson likes to be in the spotlight.
IMPERIAL • Summit weathered the storm, stymied a rally and eventually wore out upstart Lutheran South.
IMPERIAL • For Windsor coach Todd Dutton, the opening round game of the Seckman Holiday Tournament had some extra significance.
FENTON • A half yard.
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RICK GRAEFE/ JOURNAL Summit sophomore James Crockett lays one in.