Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Swimmers can sign up at the St. Peters Rec-Plex to compete in the outdoor swim season.
Registration for the outdoor pool season in St. Peters is underway at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. Swim teams will be forming for kids ages 6-18 in St. Peters. Teams are available for all three outdoor pools—Laurel Park, Nob Hill and Golf & Recreation Center. Teams will compete in weekly meets against other teams in the St. Charles County Summer Swim League. The St. Peters Rec-Plex registration desk is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday to Friday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. St. Peters resident rates are $80 for the first child, $66 for a second child, and $60 for each additional child. Fees for non-residents are $94 for the first child, $80 for the second child, and $73 for each additional child. A parent must accompany children …
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Teams will play nine games in four days at the Family Arena in St. Charles.
The Missouri Valley Conference will hold the women’s basketball tournament this week at the Family Arena. The seedings for the tournament are as follows: The first game Thursday will put Missouri State playing against Drake at 4:05 p.m., followed by Evansville and Southern Illinois. Four games are scheduled for Friday. The opening game has the Missouri State/Drake winner taking on Wichita State at 12:05 p.m. That game will be followed by Northern Iowa against Indiana State. Creighton plays the Evansville/Southern Illinois winner, and the last game Friday has Illinois State taking on Bradley. The semi-final games will be held Saturday beginning at 1:35 p.m. and the champion will be crowned Sunday afternoon in the title game scheduled for 2…
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Open to all active seniors in the community, ages 50 and older.
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Saturday, March 9
Information was provided by the public relations staff of the Jewish Community Center. The St. Louis Senior Olympics, the regional competition for athletes aged 50 and older, is actively seeking applications for athletes to participate in more than 90 individual and team events over Memorial Day Weekend, May 23 – 28, 2013. From basketball to bocce; soccer, softball and shuffleboard; to tap dancing, tennis and track – the Senior Olympics engage more than 1,100 athletes and hundreds of volunteers at twelve different venues across the St. Louis area. The events are open to everyone. Athletes must be at least 50 years old, but there is no maximum age. To register or volunteer, view a complete list of events and venues, or to get more …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Bradley, a graduate of Francis Howell Central, is 21-10 this season and has helped fueld the Tigers to a No. 6 NCNAA ranking heading into the final stretch of the season.
The University of Missouri wrestling team is among the nation's best in the 2012-13 season. And St. Peters-native Kyle Bradley is a big part of that success. Bradley, a graduate of Francis Howell Central, is 21-10 this season and has helped fueld the Tigers to a No. 6 NCNAA ranking heading into the final stretch of the season. In his most recent match against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Bradley tacked on four takedowns, a reversal, and a two-point nearfall to earn his ninth major decision of the season. While at Howell Central, Bradley finished second at the Missouri State Championships his freshman season in 2006. He lost only nine matches in his high school career, including an undefeated senior season, and finished his…
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Six Bulldog seniors will be continuing their sports careers in college.
Six Fort Zumwalt South athletes recently signed National Letters of Intent to keep playing sports beyond high school. Tim Heimann has signed to join the bowling team at Lindenwood University-Belleville. Tim is pictured with his parents Karen and Paul Heimann. Pictured behind FZS Athletic Director Mike O'Brien. Brooke Hendrix has signed a Letter of Intent to play soccer at William Woods University. Brooke is pictured with her parents Bryon and Beth Hendrix. Pictured behind are: FZS Principal Kevin Keltner , Club Coach Steve Larsen, FZS Head Girls Soccer Coach Jim Layne, William Woods Head Women's Soccer Coach Randy Hal and FZS Athletic Director Mike O'Brien. Molly White has signed her Letter of Intent to play Soccer at Lindenwood University…
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
February 6 is the first day high school seniors can confirm their college choices. The University of Missouri, Ohio State and Oklahoma State are among the NCAA schools looking to St. Louis for recruits.
College coaches are getting their money's worth out of fax machines today. This is the first day high school seniors playing Football, Baseball Field Hockey, Soccer, Track and Field, Cross Country, Men's Water Polo can submit a signed letter of intent to play at the college level. Ezekiel Elliott, the John Burroughs running back who gave a verbal pledge to the Ohio State Buckeyes last spring, confirmed that decision late Wednesday afternoon in an announcement that was also carried on live local television. Ladue-Frontenac Patch was there for what was an emotional decision for the entire Elliott family Patch editors have been at schools throughout the St. Louis area as athletes celebrated the next step in their careers: We'll update this …
Sunday, February 3, 2013
San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens face off in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday. The 49ers fan base is reaching across the country, according to an analysis by Facebook.
Sunday, February 3
A new map created by Facebook's Data Science team shows the San Francisco 49ers fan base stretches from the California coast well into the Midwest before pockets of Baltimore Ravens fans begin to crop up. The Ravens and Niners face off in Super Bowl XLVII. Here's the basics: Which team are Missouri fans cheering for? The St. Louis-area, for the most part, is cheering for the St. Louis Rams' NFC West rival 49ers. But nearby, pockets of Baltimore fans exist. The analysis of 35 million Facebook users who have "liked" a National Football League team fan page paints a colorful picture of allegiances, hometown favorites and rivalries in the NFL. Deadspin.com calls it "the most accurate NFL fandom map ever created" and draws some interesting …
St. Peters Patch answers some pressing questions ahead of Super Bowl Sunday.
It's Super Bowl Sunday. Today millions of televisions across St. Charles County and, of course, the world will be tuned in for Super Bowl XLVII—of for the Roman numeral impaired, Super Bowl 47. Super Bowl Sunday is arguably the biggest non-officially recognized holiday in the country. In 2011, 106.5 milion viewers tuned in to catch the big game. The 2013 version of the game should have ratings just as high. It's a time for parties and food. While waiting for the game to start, let's get to the bottom of some pressing questions before the big game. What time does the game start? Kickoff is set for 5:30 p.m. Central time. Just remember, the day is filled with pre-game shows and plenty of pre-game pomp. What channel? Super Bowl 47 is on CBS…
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Check out these local venues with deals on catering and specials on Feb. 3.
Pretzel Stop: Football-shaped pretzel ($13), pretzel bite platter and sandwich ring ($42.25) available for Superbowl. Orders must be in by Feb. 1 and will be available for pickup on Feb. 3. Massa's New Town: Head to Massa's early on Superbowl Sunday and be entered to win a free TV. Tilted Kilt: The Tilted Kilt offers a few carry out catering specials from Jan. 15 to Feb. 3 including: Spend $25 win, get $5 in Kilt cash, spend $50 get a free kilt girl calendar, spend $100 get a free Kilt gear item, a calendar and $5 cash. Sam's Club: Sam's Club has chicken wings on sale for $15.48 and 36-packs of Pepsi and Diet Pepsi got $9.98. Domain Street Wine Bar: Head to the Domain Street Wine Bar in New Town during the Superbowl and enjoy a …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Council passed a resolution in support of the naming on Monday.