LAKE ST. LOUIS – It would be easy to understand why Mia VanPamel and her teammates on the Liberty girls basketball team have felt invisible.
O'FALLON, Mo. — Mykel Mathews and the Hazelwood West girls basketball team showed it could win in a different way Wednesday.
While Madison Webb is excited, she and her teammates on the Father McGivney girls basketball team hope the best is yet to come.
ST. CHARLES — All Brooklyn Palmer could do was watch Tuesday night, but as she would say later, she really felt no fear.
FENTON — Summit had a simple game plan Wednesday night, and it delivered a knockout punch of the defending Class 3 boys soccer state champion.
Lindbergh got off to a great start Wednesday but then had to scratch and claw its way to a 10-8 victory against Fox in the first round of the …
WELDON SPRING – Sometimes you just have a gut feeling.
ST. PETERS — Sydney Kill is a fan of the five-second rule.
O'FALLON, MO. — Fort Zumwalt East junior Chloe Smallfield got to enjoy her rare Friday night off.
Devin Livingstone was part of a three-headed scoring monster that tallied a combined 73 goals for Fort Zumwalt South last season on its way to…
O'FALLON, MO. • St. Dominic freshman Grace Bindbeutel had a hectic day at school Wednesday.
Freshman forward Jahia Qualls scored the game-winning goal in overtime as McCluer North defeated Hazelwood West 3-2 for the Class 4 District 5…
In one afternoon, DuBourg junior forward Maddie Galczynski nearly doubled her goal total for the season.
For Waterloo junior midfielder Ali Scace and the Bulldogs, even though the season may be winding down, there is much to look forward to in the…
WELDON SPRING • As she sees it, Timberland sophomore midfielder Emma Tucker has earned a pair of great gifts.
The second day of the 18th annual Parkway College Showcase at Lou Fusz Soccer Complex forced teams to deal with some pretty harrowing conditions.
MARYLAND HEIGHTS • After jumping out to a one-goal lead, the Washington girls soccer team hit a wall against Villa Duchesne on Friday.
ST. PETERS • Last season, the St. Charles West defense gave up an uncharacteristic 32 goals - three times as many as the previous campaign.
ST. PETERS • Jaden Stahl is no stranger to postseason play.
After winning just eight games last season, the Fort Zumwalt North girls basketball team's structured offense was in need of some retooling.
UNION • Francis Howell Central sophomore forward Sofia Tweedie knew just how close the Spartans came to something big Thursday.
LADUE • Fort Zumwalt East junior Liz Behan has been around the program long enough to remember when times weren't so good.