|February 10, 2016|
Norman led Cape Girardeau Central Tigers to three straight district championshipsLindbergh High School's new varsity football coach knows a thing or two about winning....more >>
|February 03, 2016|
LHS seniors represent six sportsEight Lindbergh High School athletes committed to college teams on National Signing Day, Wednesday....more >>
|January 06, 2016|
Signs letter of intentMehlville High School outside hitter Mikayla Kuhlmann recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Southeast Missouri State University, according to SEMO head coach Julie Yankus....more >>
|December 30, 2015|
Gym 3 reopens as Flyers win home openerLindbergh High School recently celebrated the grand reopening of Gym 3, kicking off a winning home opener for the boys' basketball Flyers, as they defeated Carnahan High School 71-48....more >>
|December 02, 2015|
This St. Margaret Mary Alacoque fifth-grade girls' team started the season by winning the St. Martin of Tours 27th annual Softball Invitational and finished by capturing the Catholic Youth Council's City/County Softball Championship. Team members, back row, from left, are: Faith Freeman, Gracie Brown, Emily Nolen, Caroline Trout, Julie Lato and Paige Riess. Front row, from left, are: Iris Mohesky, Mackenzie Campagna, Mia Moore, Colleen Flanagan, Emily Passini and Kendyl Mueller. Not pictured are Isabella Risk, head coach Doug Mohesky and assistant coaches Dave Passini and Steve Lato....more >>
|November 25, 2015|
Truman Middle School sixth-grade student Kiley Mehringer recently won the Gold Medal for the Youth 10-11 Heavyweight Division in Sparring at the Michigan Midwest Taekwondo Championships in Warren, Mich....more >>
|November 18, 2015|
This St. Simon's sixth-grade Closed Soccer Team won its league title, the South County Championship and the City/County Archdiocesan Championship with an overall record of 12-0-3. Team members, back row, from left, are: Anna McLaughlin, Gwen Francis, Anna Grzovic, Rebecca Simon, Madison Tillman, Grace Seliner, Megan Darrow, Ella Grebing, Grace Quante and Olivia Leicht. Front row, from left, are: Lillian Kuhnert, Julia Gamble; Maria Mruckovski, Kendal Torretta, Ashleigh Hoefl, Kara Schwab, Abby Thompson, Olivia Sedlak, Lily Radil and Amber Hoefl. Not pictured are John Quante, head coach, and assistant coaches Brian McLaughlin and Paul Torretta....more >>
|October 28, 2015|
Lindbergh High School sisters Kat and Alex Rosenberger recently won the school’s first Class 2 doubles state championship in 21 years.
The sisters defeated Faith Wright and Katherine Dudley of Rock Bridge High School in a 6-4, 7-6 victory in the state championship match.
Overall, the Rosenbergers ended the season with a 21-1 doubles record.
Lindbergh head coach Laura Conti told the Call that the sisters had a great year, defeating some very tough competitors along the way.
“They played exceptional tennis all year,” she said. “I am really happy for them and proud of what they were able to accomplish.”
In a district news release, Conti stated, “Kat was rock solid from start to finish with steady, penetrating groundstrokes and a killer serve. Alex followed with her athleticism and great hands to confound opponents — finessing the ball one minute and smashing winners the next.”
Because both sisters are great individual tennis players, Conti said it was a tough decision early on whether to have them compete together or play individually. But given their success at state, Conti believes the right decision was made.
Alex finished first in the high jump at the Class 5 track and field championships last spring. But this state championship was “a lot more exciting since I was able to share it with Kat,” she stated in the release. “I definitely knew we could do it, but we knew it would be tough and it was.”
Kat and Alex won the Class 2 consolation title in doubles a year ago, and their mother was part of Lindbergh’s last doubles state championship in 1984. After finishing second in 1983, Noel Quevreaux (Rosenberger) and Shannon Cook topped Rock Bridge to win the title the following year.
The best part of the state championship is that Kat is a junior and Alex is a sophomore, so they will continue to play for Lindbergh, according to Conti.
“There are lots of good things to come,” she said....more >>
|October 28, 2015|
The Mehlville Senior High School football team finished its 2015 campaign Fri-day night with a 48-0 loss to Marquette.
The Panthers end the season with a 3-7 overall record.
Mehlville head coach Kent Heinemann told the Call that he knew the final game was going to be a tough one and credited Marquette for its play.
“We came out kind of flat,” he said. “We never could really get anything going offensively, and leaving our defense out on the field all night put them in a bad position.
“Marquette is a very well-coached, talented team. Next week’s matchup between them and Eureka will be a very good game.”
Despite the losing record the Panthers had this year, Heinemann said the season definitely had some positives.
“This season had its highs and lows,” the Mehlville coach said. “I felt like all three of our wins were big wins for us. All three were a culmination of the kids battling together and executing.”
Mehlville’s victories came over North-west, Lindbergh and Oakville. The Panth-ers upset rival Oakville 17-14.
Heinemann said he’s excited about his players who will return next season.
“It’s sad to think that this 2015 team will never line up and play together again, but on the bright side, we have a majority of our team coming back next season,” he said. “I can’t wait to see these guys on the field, a year older and after a great offseason.”...more >>
|October 21, 2015|
Lindbergh to face Kirkwood; Tigers to face Poplar BluffThe Lindbergh High School football team snatched its second victory of the season with a 10-7 upset win over the Oakville Tigers Friday night....more >>