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Cardinals’ 22 Year Old Outfielder Dies

Cardinals’ 22 Year Old Outfielder Dies

Sunday, Cardinals’ consensus top-five minor league prospect Oscar Taveras died in an auto accident on a highway in his home city of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. In 2008, Taveras was signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as an undrafted free agent at the age of 16. Since then, he has been referred to as possibly

Athlete Spotlight: Robert Sieckhaus

Athlete Spotlight: Robert Sieckhaus

     Individualism.     That is what senior, Robert Sieckhaus loves most about tennis, and believes that this is what allows him to thrive on the court.     Sieckhaus has played tennis his whole life and has been number one on the team for his junior and senior seasons. The fact that tennis is individual is what

Athlete Spotlight: Grant Longland

Athlete Spotlight: Grant Longland

   The whistle blows, everyone takes their positions, and the ball is served.  Senior Grant Longland spots the ball barreling toward him.  He dives and saves it. A perfect dig.     Longland has played volleyball since the second grade, and now the game has become an even greater part of him.    “I’ve played volleyball for ten


Making The Case For Dylan Okenfuss

Making The Case For Dylan Okenfuss

There’s a lot to be said for a player who can get on base in the game of baseball. There is even more to be said for a player that has a .392 batting average and a .464 on-base percentage.     Dylan Okenfuss is the shortstop for varsity baseball. He is going into his third year


Mehlville Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Parway North

Mehlville Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Parway North

Mehlville Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Parway North       Mehlville basketball took on Parkway North in their first home game last Thursday. Lead by Ryan Posgay, senior Lindenwood Basketball commit, has averaged a team leading 13.5 points per game and 2 assists per game. This game was primed to be a close game with Mehlville was


Little Wrestlers Make Big Progress

Little Wrestlers Make Big Progress

     Led by head coach Logan Purk, Junior Panther Wrestling started their season off Nov. 12, and with three hour practices twice a week they hope to be prepared for their December tournaments.     This program lets children experience wrestling no matter their background in the sport. It will also allow interested wrestlers develop their