Three Bulldogs agree to play sports at the collegiate level.
Three Fort Zumwalt South student-athletes have decided to keep playing sports at the college level. Jordan Meier, a soccer player, has signed herself up for a lifetime of hearing "Roll Tide." Meier signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer for the University of Alabama. Softball player Mackenzie Peter will have to answer just what exactly a Billiken is. Peter agreed to compete for St. Louis University. Basketball player Claire Johnson has agreed to play at Lindenwood University, but not the one in St. Charles. Johnson will be playing for Lindenwood Uninversity-Belleville.
Vote for the fan's choice for the top softball player in the GAC.
The 2012 softball season is in the books, but it's OK to take a look back. Yes, it's time for another edition of the St. Charles County Athlete of the Week fan poll. Except this week has a twist. Instead of looking at the last week, we're looking at the entire season. This week we head to the softball field. Tell us in the poll below: Who was the top GAC softball player in 2012? MacKenzie Peter—Fort Zumwalt South: The GAC Central player of the year, Zumwalt South's MacKenzie Peter was a dominant force with the bat in 2012. Peter compiled a .474 batting average with a .545 on-base percentage and a .987 slugging percentage—all tops on the team. Her . She was tied for the conference lead in homers with seven and led the GAC Central with 35…