Friday, May 24, 2013
The Griffins and Cadets kept it a close game until CBC cracked it open in the 7th inning.
The CBC Cadets baseball team is advancing in the Class 5 State tournament after defeating St. John Vianney High Thursday 10-5. Watch CBC celebrate their game win in the video above. Coming out of the gate quickly, the Cadets got on the board early in the 1st to lead 2-0. Vianney met the lead and got an extra run in the 2nd, to keep the game tight at 2-3 through the 5th. After a 2-run inning in the 5th for CBC, the Vianney Griffin Catcher Jack Klages sent a solo shot over the fence for a home run, once again tying the game with 4 runs. But the Cadets busted the game open in the 7th, tacking on 6 more runs. With Griffin Alex Hoffman on the mound, CBC Catcher Joe Schrimpf led off the 7th with a double. Matt Vierling followed up with a single …
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Thursday, May 23, 2013
Two student athletes are making waves on their way to nationals.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Westminster’s Wildcat baseball team recently pulled out a 4-3 win against Borgia to achieve its eight consecutive district championship. Check out the team photos!
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Chris Howard is a GOP State Committeeman from West County.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
The community is invited to attend the retirement program and reception honoring Head of School Jim Marsh for his 28 years of service to Westminster Christian Academy.
Friday, May 17, 2013
Vianney defeated Westminster Christian Academy for the Class 3 championship Friday night.
St. John Vianney High School is a state champion in volleyball for the 17th time, defeating Westminster Christian Academy for the Class 3 title Friday night. The Vianney Griffins won the championship in two sets, played at Maryville University. Westminster lost the first set 27-25, and the second 25-20, according to the school's Twitter feed. Westminster Wildcats wrapped up their season with a 22-7 record, bidding farewell to six seniors: Zack Lokey, Mitch Penning, Drew Pfyl, Daniel Pollman, Daniel Prada and Ian Sutherland. What do you think? Did you follow the Wildcats' season this year? Wish the team congratulations in the comments.
Minjoo Kim from Westminster Christian Academy won second place at the 2nd Congressional District Art Competition earlier this month.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
The school district's CFO said it will exhaust its current bond funding this summer and will not have any funds available for additional capital projects.
With the last bit of funds from a 2008 bond issue scheduled to be spent this summer, the Parkway School District's chief financial officer is recommending the school board began talking about placing a new bond on the ballot next fall. CFO Mark Stockwell made the remarks during a presentation to the board at their May 8 meeting. The bond serves as a source of funding for capital expenses, such as maintenance for the district’s facilities. Parkway has about $5.4 million in various projects set for this summer. After that, the bond funds will be gone. Stockwell said this means the district will no longer have money available for additional capital expense or improvements outside of emergency repairs. His preliminary 2013-14 budget sets aside…
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
A sketch by this student took second place in the annual Congressional District Art Competition.