Wednesday, April 17, 2013
One man was sentenced to prison, while a second man from West County is set for a plea hearing in coming weeks, in connection to the home burglary of St. Louis Rams Coach Rob Boras.
A High Ridge man has been sentenced for his involvement in a burglary at the Kirkwood home of Rob Boras, the St. Louis Rams tight ends coach. Meanwhile, a second man, Jeffrey Medcalf, of the 1100 block of Briarhurst in Manchester, is scheduled for a May 2 plea hearing. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) James Bright, of the 6200 block of Sunshine Drive, was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison as part of a plea deal, according to an article on stltoday.com. The plea deal dismissed other cases pending against Bright. Bright, 25, and Jeffrey Medcalf, of the 1100 block of Briarhurst in West County, were charged in January with second-degree burglary and felony stealing in the Dec. 31 incident at the coach's …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
St. Louis area police said two men stole NFC championship and Big 12 championship rings among other items from the home.
Two men stole more than $28,000 in electronics and jewelry, including NFC championship ring and Big 12 championship rings, on Dec. 31 from the Kirkwood home of Rob Boras, the St. Louis Rams tight ends coach. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) James Bright, of the 6200 block of Sunshine Drive in High Ridge, and Jeffrey Medcalf, of the 1100 block of Briarhurst in West County, were charged Friday with second-degree burglary and felony stealing more than $25,000, a class B felony. Kirkwood Police said the men broke into Boras’ home at about 1:28 p.m. Dec. 31. The men stole a gold NFC championship ring, two gold Southwestern Conference championship rings, a gold Big 12 championship ring, a gold charm bracelet, two …
Friday, September 21, 2012
Colts parlay timely hitting and pitching to beat the Rams 8-2.
Wednesday was senior softball day at Ladue High. The West Campus field was festooned with balloons and signage; there were cookies to go around and plenty of photos to take. The Colts of Parkway Central crashed the Rams party. The Colts jumped on Ladue’s pitcher Natalie Grimm for four-first inning runs; banged out 12 hits and ruined the Rams day with a run-away 8-2 win. Look for more photos on the Ladue-Frontenac, Olivette, Creve Coeur, Town and Country and Chesterfield Facebook Pages. Senior lefty Jamie Lazaroff dazzled on the mound. She scattered 4 hits over 7 frames and had 6 strikeouts and for good measure went 2 for 4 at the plate for the win. Ladue used three pitches in the losing effort. The Colts rose to 5-8 while Ladue still has a…
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The Rams will be represented by some of the area's top prep talents at a national 7-on- 7 tournament this week.
Candidly, the closest anyone from the St. Louis Rams organization got to an NFL championship in Indianapolis last season was the contingent of team personnel who visited Indiana for the Super Bowl. Now, an all-star cast of high school standouts from CBC to Francis Howell hopes to do more than represent the city of St. Louis and the Rams organization in the NFL's High School Player Development program's 7-on-7 national tournament, when play begins Friday at the Indianapolis Colts' practice facility. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) "It's game week!" Kyle Eversgerd, the Rams' Fan Development Coordinator, and a co-Head Coach for the squad crowed to his new pupils prior to a workout at Continuity X …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Parkway Central will play host to a high school development camp featuring current and former NFL players.
today Area high school football players have a chance to listen to motivational speeches and to work on their fundamentals through a St. Louis Rams camp opening Tuesday at Parkway Central High School. The High School Development Camp features current and former Rams players and coaches, including Assistant Head Coach Dave McGinness, and Fullback Brit Miller, along with Andy McCollum and Pisa Tinoisamoa among others. The camps will also include a focus on concussion awareness and character development. In order to participate, campers must complete registration information which can be found here. A current school physical can replace the required Physician's Consent. The camp schedule is as follows. Participants need not attend all …
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
The St. Louis Better Business Bureau is warning fans who are traveling to Texas for the World Series about suspicious hotel offers.
First, the St. Louis Better Business Bureau warned Cardinal nation about World Series ticket scams. Now comes an alert about hotel ads targetting fans who may be scrambling to find accommodations in Texas. The BBB said the ads are cropping up on Craigslist. The alert A release from the BBB reads in part: Several ads for World Series hotel packages on a classified ad site claimed to offer tickets for a Rams-Cowboys game along with the hotel, a tip-off that the person who placed the ad may not be familiar with the teams in the World Series, the Cardinals and the Texas Rangers. Some ads are full of misspellings, which also can be a characteristic of fraudulent ads. “Sports fans may be anxious to get a hotel room near the ballpark,” said …
Thursday, March 3, 2011
This week the Town and Country-Manchester Viewfinder shows you how the Girl Scouts of Carman Trails Elementary brought their fathers to the school Friday night for the troop's annual Daddy-Daughter Dance.
Girl Scouts of Carman Trails Elementary invited their dads to the school Friday night for a Daddy-Daughter dance. The theme of the evening was "Heart of a Champion," so everyone dressed up as their favorite sports, teams or players. Everything from skiing to gymnastics to dancing was represented, along with the standard Cardinals and Rams fans. Chris Hosto, a Cardinals' fan, attended with his 8-year-old daughter, Kristen. "This is the first one that's actually been a lot of fun," he said. "The rest have been princess themed or something, so the dads would just sit around." Take a look at the evening in this week's slideshow.