WEBSTER GROVES • The last time Webster Groves played a soccer game, it celebrated the program's first state championship.
When you’re in love with the beautiful game, it can be all consuming.
FENTON • Ashley Burton wouldn’t change a thing.
FENTON • A pair of familiar foes will square off when defending champion Lindbergh takes on Suburban West Conference rival Oakville in the title game of the 23rd annual CYC/Joseph Carenza Memorial Tournament at 7:45 p.m. Thursday at Anheuser-Busch Center.
OAKVILLE • After being shut out in back-to-back losses, Oakville girls soccer coach Dave Robben moved some pieces around the field to try and generate offense and solidify the Tigers defense.
Erin Hesselbach is feeling the pressure. That's a good thing.
OAKVILLE • Ursuline Academy's Bridget Brotherton saw an opening and took advantage.
Editor's note: This story ran in Wednesday's South County Journal
CEDAR HILL • The history of the moment was not lost on Rachel Greer.
OAKVILLE • Mark Giesing stood on the artificial turf and took in the scene.
SOUTH COUNTY • “A lot of game left,’’ Lafayette soccer coach Tim Walters said. “Keep working.’’
EUREKA • Hannah Leinert did something rarely seen this season.
OAKVILLE • The Lindbergh High girls soccer team was positively defensive Friday night in a 3-0 victory over Collinsville that helped it capture the championship of the 22nd annual CYC/Joe Carenza Memorial Tournament at Oakville.
The Lindbergh girls soccer team relied on junior goalkeeper Nina Tzianos and her defense to capture the Webster-Kirkwood Soccer Challenge title over the weekend.
FENTON • Summit junior Nicole Keeve converted a penalty kick midway through the second half Thursday evening as the host Falcons knocked off Lindbergh 1-0 in the title game of the Hazelwood Central Tournament.
After a district runner-up finish last season, the Lindbergh girls soccer team is hoping for bigger and better things this year.