KIRKWOOD — Lucy Greenwald played hurt Monday, but that didn't keep her from inflicting pain on opposing pitching.
Ilencia Lightbody said she's had some doubts the last few years.
ST. PETERS — Karson Gibbs isn’t too into statistics.
O’FALLON, Mo. — Zoe Siemsen was at a whole other level not too long ago.
ST. CHARLES — Orchard Farm's Ethan Bromaghim is doing everything he can to get noticed by a college program.
IMPERIAL — Skylinn Pogue hit just about everything Wednesday in the season opener for Eureka High's softball team.
There was a seismic shift in the scope of the boys soccer postseason Monday when Missouri State High School Activities Association districts a…
O’FALLON, Mo. — Drew Nicholson knows if things were as they were last year, he’d be in a vastly different place.
COTTLEVILLE — Jess Blaine flew out to center field in her first at-bat Monday.
A simple approach has been best for Riley Siegel.
ST. PETERS — McKenna Dydell made the most of her opportunities Saturday.
O’FALLON, Mo. — Kelly Quinones could not have picked a better place to celebrate her 52nd birthday on Friday.
ST. PETERS — Karson Gibbs made sure he wasn’t robbed twice Thursday.
Incarnate Word Academy's athletics program broke with the rest of St. Louis County by playing a softball game Tuesday, a direct contradiction …
Julie Crenshaw hit four home runs between three games Friday and Saturday at Seckman's Jerry Joyce softball tournament, including two in a 9-0…
ARNOLD — Daleigh Cairns handled two opponents Saturday.
CRYSTAL CITY — AJ Agers has let her play do her talking.
WENTZVILLE — Zach Renz has a lot on his plate.
There is a shroud of mystery that goes all the way to the top when it comes to postseason boys soccer in Missouri.
O’FALLON, Mo. — St. Dominic softball-playing sisters Grace Edwards and Neely Edwards shared some struggles in the team's opening few games of …
O'FALLON, Mo. — Noah Heath used his head twice in quick succession Saturday morning to help lift the Francis Howell Central boys soccer team t…
TROY, Mo. — Tori Hatton doesn't think about home runs. She just hits them.