TOWN AND COUNTRY — On a team rife with youthful talent, Kelsey Blakemore knows as a senior guard for the Whitfield girls basketball team, it’s her job to provide a steadying hand.
LADUE — Even though she didn’t know exactly when, Monet Witherspoon said she knew it had been a long time.
FRONTENAC — Things went so well Saturday that sophomore forward Brooklyn Rhodes was somewhat taken aback.
TOWN AND COUNTRY — Brooke Highmark absolutely loves thrill rides.
LADUE — Zaire Harrell is finding her voice, all the while aiding those who may not have been lucky enough to be where she is right now.
Her father is Scott Highmark, the former Parkway West standout who went on to score 1,703 points in a career at St. Louis University that included NCAA Tournament appearances in 1994 and 1995.
Girls basketball notebook: Breden makes tough choice to leave Jerseyville, start career at McKendree
Clare Breden had a choice to make.
ST. PETERS — Hailey Morgan said she knows rust can accumulate for a basketball team that hasn’t played in 16 days.
AFFTON — Emma Pawlitz has a new weapon in her arsenal.
The 6-foot-2 post player accumulated 90 points over the week-long affair to earn MVP honors of the tradition-rich 16-team event.
TOWN AND COUNTRY — Brooke Highmark knows that the Westminster girls basketball team is going to bring the fight to the opposition, no matter the circumstance.
TOWN AND COUNTRY — Julia Coleman was ready for the spotlight.
TOWN AND COUNTRY — Peyton Starks found joy in the smallest of victories Saturday.
TOWN AND COUNTRY — Saturday brought to an end a tough stretch of games for the Webster Groves girls basketball team.
WEBSTER GROVES — For Westminster junior Carlie Vick, the young season has been a journey.
As a sophomore, Yasmine Edmonson held up her end of the one-two post punch with senior Liz Behan for Fort Zumwalt East.
MARYLAND HEIGHTS — Laila Blakeny and her Lutheran North girls basketball teammates knew that losing a team leader like Kayla Sullivan wasn’t going to be easy to overcome.
Cardinal Ritter, Eureka, John Burroughs, Lift for Life, Marquette and University City join 46th annual field.
As is often the occasion, an early Friday in December can feel like Christmas for many girls basketball coaches, what with the release of the year’s district assignments.
ST. PETERS — Kayla Sullivan enjoyed the rare feat.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The MICDS boys soccer team was singing in the rain Saturday after wrapping up its history-making season by winning the first state championship in program history.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Whitfield junior forward Tyler Arulsamy said he hit the free kick as good as he could have.
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Every month, the community nominates their favorite teachers and educators from the St. Louis region to be the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Teacher of the Month. March’s winner is Jeffrey Dean, a ninth and 10th grade English II teacher at Hazelwood East High School in the Hazelwood School Distric…
Boys soccer state championship spotlight: Whitfield looks forward to Class 1 final with an eye on more history
The Whitfield boys soccer team may have an ace up its sleeve when it plays in a state championship game for the first time in a decade.
Soccer is a family affair for Hayden Fischer.
Boys soccer state semifinal spotlight: Milgie helps run show as Whitfield aims for return to prominence
Whitfield is two victories away from winning its eighth state title but first since 2010.
Rams were playing first quarterfinal since 1989.
Boys soccer quarterfinal spotlight: MICDS heads to Monett for first postseason game since back in the Country Day
MICDS is coming off its first district title since 1989, the only previous one in program history.
The fourth-seeded Kirkwood High boys soccer team rallied from a halftime deficit Saturday to knock off top seed John Burroughs 2-1 in a Class 4 District 3 semifinal played at St. Louis University High.
LADUE — Jimmy Doherty knew he’d have to bide his time in his first year at St. Dominic.
LADUE — Peter Farley has wanted to have a feeling like he experienced Wednesday for as long as he can remember.