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MICDS senior Olivia Rickers is the Post-Dispatch All-Metro girls lacrosse player of the year.
The Post-Dispatch All-Metro spring series hits the midway point with girls lacrosse. Please follow along as we release other All-Metro teams throughout June.
MICDS (15-5) repeated as girls lacrosse champion and has won seven of the last nine state titles.
LADUE — MICDS sophomore Ava Goldson heard the boos.
LADUE — The Eureka girls lacrosse team likes to have fun. But the Wildcats also know when it’s time to get down to business.
LADUE — Before John Burroughs senior Grace Pottebaum plays field hockey at the University of North Carolina, she took a page out of Dean Smith’s UNC basketball playbook.
BELLEVILLE — Senior Mackenzie Tavares applied her eye black, placed her captain band around her ankle and remembered the previous playoff game she played on Bob Goalby Field.
Abby Gaines scored four goals to help St. Joseph’s break open a tight game and earn a 13-6 victory over Francis Howell on Monday in the third round of the Missouri girls lacrosse state tournament.
Even as his teammates struggled to keep down their dinner, Deion Brown wanted to get back in the game.
Keshawn Hayden’s shirts are tighter than they used to be.
SAPPINGTON — Alexis Taylor and her Lindbergh girls lacrosse teammates expected a wave of emotions on senior night.
The dream of Kaila Marshall and Caroline Marcus reached another milestone with the first varsity win for Edwardsville girls lacrosse.
WENTZVILLE — Sophomore Ella Lowry stepped to the center of the draw circle and took a deep breath, understanding the gravity of the moment.
Riley Hoff and Kyra Blondin scored five goals apiece to lead Francis Howell to a rivalry game victory over Howell Central.
WILDWOOD — Lafayette senior captain Ansley Hails and her freshman sister Mary have enjoyed their time together as teammates on the Lancers’ girls lacrosse team.
Parkway South improves to 7-1 with a strong performance against 2019 state runner-up St. Joseph's.
Kendall Curry made 13 saves to help MICDS defeat John Burroughs 9-6 in girls lacrosse action.
BELLEVILLE — Reese Bennett rarely feels jitters before a game.
WILDWOOD — During the 12 months she spent rehabbing her surgically repaired left knee, Lafayette senior Ana McClellan dreamed about a return to the playing field.
Senior attacker scored area-leading 137 points while helping Saints to MSLA runner-up finish.
O’Fallon senior captains Allie Huller and Alexa Prouhet rushed the field to savor the moment with their teammates when the buzzer sounded Monday.
MICDS (16-0) won its sixth championship in the past eight seasons and completed the first undefeated championship season since 2014, when that season’s MICDS team went 15-0.
Emily Tucker made seven first half saves and Izzy Cancila scored four goals as Villa Duchesne advanced to the first championship game in program history