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April 14, 2014

Bacon is new athletic director at Farmington

FARMINGTON -- The Farmington Press reports former Valle Catholic Football Coach John Bacon has been named the new athletic director at the Farmington R-VII School District.

Current director Pat Burns recently announced he was leaving the district after 10 years to take the athletic director position in the Parkway South school district.

Bacon is currently an art teacher at Farmington High School and has worked for the district for 18 years.

He previously served as a coach in several sports at Valle and was the head football coach at Farmington High School.

SGHS hosts Invitational track meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve boys came in second, Valle was fourth, Perryville was 13th and St. Vincent 15th of 15 teams in the boys division of the Ste. Genevieve Invitational Friday.

Ste. Genevieve won the girls division, St. Vincent was 10th, Valle was 12th and Perryville 13th among 14 teams.

Hillsboro won the boys meet with 101 points, followed by Ste. Genevieve with 87 and Notre Dame with 81. Valle came in fourth with 64 followed by Festus (59), North County (53), Herculaneum (47), Park Hills (46), Fredericktown (45), Windsor (42), De Soto (40), Potosi (17), Perryville (11), Grandview (6) and St. Vincent (3).

Ste. Genevieve's Andy Moore set a new school record in the 3200 meter run: 9:34.

Ste. Genevieve won the girls meet with 127.5 points, Festus had 79 and De Soto 75 for third. Notre Dame came in fourth (71), followed by Seckman (69), Hillsboro (67), Windsor (40.5), Herculaneum (39), Park Hills (26), St. Vincent (24), North County (20.5), Valle (18), Perryville (17) and Potosi (16).

Click here for complete results:

Valle participates in the Windsor Invitational today.

Ste. Genevieve, Valle, Perryville and St. Vincent participate in the Simpson Relays on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.

Baseball: Ste. Gen tops St. Pius twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won twice at St. Pius Friday.

The varsity won 11-3 and the junior varsity won 6-1.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Farmington Tuesday at 4:30.

Cardinals announce contract extension for Mozeliak

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced Friday that Senior Vice President and General Manager John Mozeliak has agreed to a two-year contract extension with the team through the 2018 season.

"Over the last six seasons Mo has done an outstanding job leading our baseball operations," said Cardinals Chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. "By extending Mo’s contract with the club, we look forward to continuing our approach which emphasizes excellence at the Major League level, supported by a strong player procurement and player development program."

The 12th General Manager in Cardinals history, Mozeliak, 45, is a 19-year veteran of the Cardinals front office who has served as the team’s General Manager the last six seasons (2008-2013). During his tenure as General Manager, the Cardinals have advanced to the postseason four times, winning a World Championship in 2011, and the National League Championship last year. The Cardinals have twice been recognized by Baseball America as the Organization of the Year (2011 & 2013). The prestigious honor recognized the Cardinals for their success in scouting and player development

Mozeliak was named Executive of the Year in 2011 by MLB.com and in recent years he has been successful in locking up core players Matt Holliday, Yadier Molina, Adam Wainwright, Allen Craig, and Matt Carpenter with long-term agreements with the Cardinals.

"I am fortunate to work with one of the true leaders in our game today," said Mozeliak. "Bill DeWitt is a visionary leader who has overseen one of the most successful periods in our storied history. I look forward to continuing my relationship with this great franchise as we try to bring another championship to our fans and city."

April 10, 2014

Natural Disaster 11U Volleyball wraps up fantastic season

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The 11-year old Natural Disaster AfterShock volleyball team has had a fantastic 2014 season.

The Natural Disaster AfterShock volleyball team includes: (front row, from left) Maci Reynolds, Riley Siebert, Bryna Blum, Molly Bahr, (back row), Coach Ann Reynolds, Sydney Bumgardner, Hannah Fowler, Delaney MacMillian, Lindsey Naeger, Marysa Flieg, and Coach Julie Flieg.

The AfterShock team has won every 11-year old tournament in the gold division that they have played in this year.

These tournaments have included: Perryville on February 2, Perryville on February 16, Park Hills on February 22, Perryville on March 15, and Premier Alliance in St. Louis on March 23.

AfterShock also participated in the Ste. Genevieve 12's Tournament on March 1 where they won this tournament and were gold division champions. The team was also invited to play in a 12's tournament in Perryville on February 9. They finished pool play and advanced to the gold play-off bracket where they were eventually eliminated.

After regular season play, the AfterShock is currently ranked second out of 44 teams in the girls 11-year old division of the Gateway Volleyball Region with a record of 54-0.

They are scheduled to participate in the 2014 Gateway Regional Volleyball Championship Tournament on Saturday and Sunday.

April 8, 2014

New district assignments for basketball and football

COLUMBIA -- The Missouri State High School Activities Association has announced new district assignments in basketball and football for the next two-year cycle,

Class 4, District 2 retained Farmington, North County, Potosi, Ste. Genevieve and Fredericktown while replacing Park Hills Central with De Soto.

The Saxony Lutheran girls are defending champions in a group that also includes Kelly, Woodland, Scott City, and East Prairie.

Class 2, District 3 decreased in geographic size with Oran, Advance and Chaffee migrating to a more centralized District 2 in the southeast.

MAAA Small-School members Bismarck, Valle Catholic, Kingston and Valley will now compete with St. Vincent, Viburnum, Meadow Heights and Ellington.

The changes were minor in comparison for local football districts, and Class 4, District 1 was not shuffled at all.

Farmington and North County continue to be linked with defending champion Cape Central, Sikeston, Hillsboro, De Soto, Festus and Perryville.

Park Hills Central, Ste. Genevieve, Fredericktown and Potosi also remain together in Class 3, District 1, while replacing winless Lift for Life with upgraded St. Pius.

Reigning Class 1 champion Valle Catholic saw the expanse of its assigned octet stretch northward as Louisiana, Mark Twin and Monroe City join District 1.

April 7, 2014

Baseball: SGHS JV splits DH with Perryville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's junior varsity split with Perryville Saturday.

They lost the first game 12-2 and won the second game 13-10.

Track: SGHS boys, girls win Old Settlement meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won both the boys and girls divisions of their Old Settlement Track and Field meet yesterday.

Click here for complete results:

On the boys side, the Dragons scored 162.5 points for first place. Chester came in second with 146 and Valle was third at 95.

Dexter came in fourth (83) followed by St. Pius X (57), Park Hills (54), Grandview (38.5), Saxony Lutheran (22), Fredericktown (20) and Arcadia Valley (17).

On the girls side, the Hunters scored 162 points for first place. Valle was second with 141 and Park Hills third with 81. Fredericktown came in fourth (78), followed by Chester (77), Arcadia Valley (60), Grandview (38), St. Pius X (33), Dexter (15) and Saxony Lutheran (14).

Chester travels to Red Bud Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Valle travels to Grandview Tuesday.

Ste. Genevieve hosts an invitational meet Friday.

April 4, 2014

Baseball: Riverdogs announce sign ups

CHARLESTON -- The Charleston Riverdogs 19 and older collegiate level summer baseball team will hold tryouts on Sunday May 11th at 1:30pm at Hillhouse field in Charleston, MO. 

The Riverdogs will play around a 30 game schedule starting on May 31.  Home games will be played at Hillhouse field in Charleston and Saxony Lutheran High School in Jackson.

For more information contact Coach Paul Sander at 573 270 9535 or Coach Michael Minner at 573 382 2740. 

April 1, 2014

Baseball: Valle tops Oran

STE. GENEVIEVE —Valle beat Oran 11-1.

The Warriors play Maplewood at Deer Creek Park today at 4:30.

Golf: SGHS plays in Notre Dame Tourney

CAPE GIRARDEAU – St. Vincent, Perryville, Saxony Lutheran and Ste. Genevieve played in the Notre Dame Tournament Monday.

Ste. Genevieve came in 10th of 15 teams with a 397, St. Vincent was 12th at 418, Perryville was 13th at 425 and Saxony Lutheran was 15th at 502.

Individual scores (if available)

Levi Gotto led the Indians with an 86. Zach Heberlie had a 99, Ethan Holdman scored a 116, Matt Julian had a 117 and Brett Lottes had a 126.

Holdman won the individual play.

Alex Lipe was fourth and Matt Julian was seventh.

Baudendistel and Lottes were second in scramble play.

Jackson won the meet, held at Bent Creek, with a 319. Notre Dame was right behind at 320. Cape Central came in third at 345, followed by Farmington (357), Dexter (363), Sikeston (365), Nixa (367), Park Hills (377), Ste. Genevieve (397), Kelly (415), St. Vincent (418), Perryville (425), Kennett (454) and Saxony Lutheran (454).

St. Vincent plays at Festus today at 3:30.

Perryville hosts Hillsboro tomorrow at 3:30.

Ste. Genevieve plays in the North County Tournament tomorrow.

Ste. Genevieve junior varsity plays North County, Fredericktown and Farmington at Crowne Point today at 4.

March 28, 2014

Golf: Ste. Gen is second in four-way match

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve came in second in a match at Park Hills Thursday.

Park Hills won it with a 183. Ste. Genevieve was at 199. West County had a 203 and Bismarck had a 254.

The Dragons were led by Tim Schweigert with a 48 and Trevor Drury with a 49. Wes Klein shot 51 and Madison DeRousse was one back with a 52.

Ste. Genevieve plays in the Notre Dame Tournament on Monday.

March 27, 2014

Baseball: Ste. Gen falls to Jackson

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to Jackson 5-4.

The Dragons are off until Monday when they travel to Jefferson R-7 for a 4 p.m. game.

Golf: PHS, SGHS tie, SVHS third

STE. GENEVIEVE – Perryville and Ste. Genevieve tied at 1087 and St. Vincent had a 203 in a tri-match at the Ste. Genevieve Golf Club.

Perryville's Brett Schnurbusch was the medalist with a 42.

Zoellner had a 44, Ponder a 50 and Mueller a 51 to round out the Perryville scoring.

St. Vincent plays at De Soto today at 3:30.

Ste. Genevieve participates in a quadrangular match with Park Hills, Bismarck and West County at Park Hills today at 4 p.m.

Perryville travels to the Notre Dame Tournament on Monday at noon.

March 26, 2014

8u Riverdogs win first tournament of first season

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The 8u Riverdogs team won first place in the Game 7 BPA Indoor tournament this past weekend in Florissant at the Rivers Edge Sports Complex.

The 8u team won three out of four games.

This was their first tournament of their first Riverdogs Season.

The 8u Riverdogs are: (front row, from left) Grant Fallert, Bryant Schwent, Isaac Viox, Preston Lurk, Alex Viox, Rylan Fallert, (second row), Isaac Basler, Noah Bauman, Aiden Meyer, Tyler Gegg, Mason Nix, Gavyn Joggerst and the team is coached by (back row), Ben Joggerst, Jeff Nix and Matt Fallert.

March 24, 2014

Baseball: Ste. Gen-Valle Tourney results

STE. GENEVIEVE – These are the scores from the Valle-Ste. Genevieve opening day tournament held Friday and Saturday:

Friday

Jefferson 6 West County 2

West County 3 Father Tolton 1

Valle 10 Chester 7

Valle 10 Scott City 0

Ste Genevieve 10 Crystal City 4

St Louis Patriots10 Ste Genevieve 3

Cape Central 7 PHS 3

PHS 5, Senath-Hornersville 2

Saturday

Valle 15 Jefferson 3

Valle 10 Cape Central 0

Perryville 8 Ste Genevieve 4

Ste Genevieve 5 Chester 3

West County 9 Chester 1

Perryville 7 West County 6

Ste. Genevieve hosts Jackson Tuesday at 4:30.

Chester plays at Steelville today at 4:30.

Perryville plays at Grandview Thursday at 4:30.

Valle hosts Dexter Saturday at 10 a.m. and Oran at 2 p.m.

March 20, 2014

Cardinals option Tyler Lyons to Memphis

JUPITER, Florida – The St. Louis Cardinals announced following yesterday’s game that they have optioned pitcher Tyler Lyons to their Memphis (AAA) affiliate.

With the move, the Cardinals now have 33 roster players and seven non-roster players remaining in Major League Camp.

March 19, 2014

SGHS Sports Banquet, Awards presentation held

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Ste. Genevieve High School All Sports Boosters Club held its Winter Sports Banquet last night with 92 of student athletes attending, along with a large number of parents and friends.

An excellent meal was prepared by the SGHS cafeteria staff.

The event was recorded for later cablecast on Ste. Genevieve Community Access Television’s Channel 98 and is available on line at www.stegentv.com

Click here to view the banquet program and the list of award recipients in wrestling, boys’ and girls’ basketball, dance and cheer.

March 12, 2014

Boys’ BB: Drury, Dallas are All District

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Two members of the Ste. Genevieve High School boys basketball team have been named to the Class 4, District 2 All District team.

They are Matt Drury and Brendan Dallas.

Also named to the All District Team were:

Jake Bridges - Park Hills

Alaric Jones - Park Hills

Dylan Coleman - Potosi

Dallas Seim - Potosi

Jordan Ankrom - Farmington

Logan England - Farmington

Garrett Callahan - Farmington

Adam McGraw - North County

February 24, 2014

MSHSAA releases Class 2 Wrestling Championship results

COLUMBIA -- The latest MSHSAA results from the Class 2 Wrestling Championship in Columbia show Ste. Genevieve in 11th place:

Team Scores

Class_2

1. Oak Grove 163.0

2. Smithville 140.5

3. Kirksville 117.0

4. Fulton 101.0

5. Pleasant Hill 96.5

6. Cameron 86.0

7. St. Charles West 82.5

8. Savannah 82.0

9. Harrisonville 65.0

9. Monett 65.0

11. Ste. Genevieve 54.5

12. Moberly 54.0

13. Reeds Springs 53.0

14. Odessa 51.0

15. Benton 48.0

16. Mexico 46.5

17. McCluer South-Berkeley 42.5

18. Logan-Rogersville 38.5

19. Clinton 38.0

20. Excelsior 34.0

21. Dexter 32.0

22. Boonville 31.0

23. Nevada 30.0

23. Owensville 30.0

25. Bolivar 28.0

26. Center 16.0

27. Osage 15.5

28. MICDS 10.0

28. Van Horn(Independence) 10.0

30. Chillicothe 9.0

30. Winfield 9.0

32. Central(Park Hills) 8.0

33. St. Clair 7.5

34. Notre Dame(Cape Girardeau) 7.0

35. Priory 5.0

36. Buffalo 4.0

36. Luthern South 4.0

38. Affton 3.0

38. Clayton 3.0

38. Lafayette(St. Joseph) 3.0

38. Sullivan 3.0

42. Marshall 2.0

42. Soldan 2.0

44. St. Charles 1.0

45. Potosi 0.0

45. Sumner 0.0

45. Vashon 0.0

These are the latest individual results from the Class 2 Wrestling Championship.

2014 MSHSAA Wrestling Championships Results for Ste. Genevieve

106 Class 2 - Wade Dickens (26-14) place is unknown and scored 2.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Wade Dickens (Ste. Genevieve) 26-14 won by decision over Matt Kahnert (Reeds Springs) 25-16 (Dec 9-3)

Quarterfinal - Drew Ditter (St. Charles West) 44-3 won by tech fall over Wade Dickens (Ste. Genevieve) 26-14 (TF-1.5 5:45 (23-8))

Cons. Round 2 - Devan Hudson (Fulton ) 19-10 won by major decision over Wade Dickens (Ste. Genevieve) 26-14 (MD 9-0)

113 Class 2 - Andrew DeRousse (36-9) place is unknown and scored 5.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Andrew DeRousse (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 won by fall over Austin Ballard (Marshall) 20-17 (Fall 3:10)

Quarterfinal - Michael Hummer (Savannah) 47-5 won by major decision over Andrew DeRousse (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 (MD 9-1)

Cons. Round 2 - Andrew DeRousse (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 won by decision over Kaleb Cox (Kirksville ) 27-16 (Dec 7-6)

Cons. Round 3 - Hunter Sparrow (Smithville) 34-10 won by fall over Andrew DeRousse (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 (Fall 0:55)

126 Class 2 - Travis Jones (45-2) placed 3rd and scored 18.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Travis Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 45-2 won by fall over Samuel Bayless (Clinton ) 29-16 (Fall 0:28)

Quarterfinal - Travis Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 45-2 won by fall over Trevor Burkhart (Cameron) 46-7 (Fall 0:40)

Semifinal - Ty Cochran (Harrisonville ) 48-5 won by fall over Travis Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 45-2 (Fall 5:02)

Cons. Semi - Travis Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 45-2 won by decision over Jordan Jones (Mexico ) 39-11 (Dec 5-0)

3rd Place Match - Travis Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 45-2 won by decision over Trevor Burkhart (Cameron) 46-7 (Dec 7-1)

132 Class 2 - Tanner Jones (38-8) placed 4th and scored 14.50 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Tanner Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 38-8 won by tech fall over Cole Wagner (Priory ) 31-11 (TF-1.5 4:10 (15-0))

Quarterfinal - Tanner Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 38-8 won by decision over Aaron Baker (Chillicothe) 34-8 (Dec 8-7)

Semifinal - Brendan Hachtel (St. Charles West) 48-7 won by fall over Tanner Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 38-8 (Fall 3:27)

Cons. Semi - Tanner Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 38-8 won by major decision over Chris Johnson (Osage) 27-4 (MD 16-4)

3rd Place Match - Tyler Brown (Oak Grove) 37-11 won by decision over Tanner Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 38-8 (Dec 2-1)

138 Class 2 - Tyler Jones (36-9) place is unknown and scored 3.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Tyler Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 won by decision over Branden Beeler (Kirksville ) 31-18 (Dec 6-2)

Quarterfinal - Olen Brattin (Pleasant Hill) 41-5 won by decision over Tyler Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 (Dec 8-4)

Cons. Round 2 - Tyler Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 won by decision over Matt Garza (Benton ) 37-20 (Dec 6-2)

Cons. Round 3 - Skyler Jackson (Oak Grove) 33-11 won by major decision over Tyler Jones (Ste. Genevieve) 36-9 (MD 10-1)

145 Class 2 - Austin Brewer (33-11) place is unknown and scored 0.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Kyle Anderson (Cameron) 34-12 won by decision over Austin Brewer (Ste. Genevieve) 33-11 (Dec 2-1)

Cons. Round 1 - Grant Taylor (Clinton ) 45-3 won by fall over Austin Brewer (Ste. Genevieve) 33-11 (Fall 0:56)

170 Class 2 - A.J. Gonz (13-11) place is unknown and scored 3.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Dalton Brinegar (Oak Grove) 38-8 won by fall over A.J. Gonz (Ste. Genevieve) 13-11 (Fall 2:36)

Cons. Round 1 - A.J. Gonz (Ste. Genevieve) 13-11 won by fall over Jonathan Haupert (St. Charles West) 24-22 (Fall 4:02)

Cons. Round 2 - Dustin Conner (St. Clair ) 27-5 won by tech fall over A.J. Gonz (Ste. Genevieve) 13-11 (TF-1.5 4:44 (16-1))

182 Class 2 - Corey Heberlie (16-14) place is unknown and scored 0.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Scott Rusmisel-Swink (Nevada) 34-16 won by fall over Corey Heberlie (Ste. Genevieve) 16-14 (Fall 5:54)

Cons. Round 1 - Chance Barnes (Benton ) 29-9 won by fall over Corey Heberlie (Ste. Genevieve) 16-14 (Fall 2:48)

195 Class 2 - Ethan Vaeth (31-3) place is unknown and scored 0.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Pernell Robinson (McCluer South-Berkeley) 16-11 won by forfeit over Ethan Vaeth (Ste. Genevieve) 31-3 (For.)

Cons. Round 1 - Matthew Barsch (Reeds Springs) 20-19 won by forfeit over Ethan Vaeth (Ste. Genevieve) 31-3 (For.)

220 Class 2 - Kellen Steagall (33-11) place is unknown and scored 5.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Kellen Steagall (Ste. Genevieve) 33-11 won by fall over Colby Gerber (Cameron) 29-21 (Fall 1:12)

Quarterfinal - Haldan Toomsen (Boonville ) 34-13 won by fall over Kellen Steagall (Ste. Genevieve) 33-11 (Fall 3:04)

Cons. Round 2 - Kellen Steagall (Ste. Genevieve) 33-11 won by decision over Marcus Paddack (St. Charles West) 13-11 (Dec 5-0)

Cons. Round 3 - Paul Books (Fulton ) 14-3 won by major decision over Kellen Steagall (Ste. Genevieve) 33-11 (MD 11-2)

285 Class 2 - Luke Hemmerla (33-9) place is unknown and scored 4.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Luke Hemmerla (Ste. Genevieve) 33-9 won by fall over Brian Brummell (Bolivar ) 24-19 (Fall 3:11)

Quarterfinal - Chase Thomas (Smithville) 31-17 won by fall over Luke Hemmerla (Ste. Genevieve) 33-9 (Fall 5:29)

Cons. Round 2 - Noah Diaz (Benton ) 40-9 won by fall over Luke Hemmerla (Ste. Genevieve) 33-9 (Fall 4:11)

February 17, 2014

Wrestling: Ste. Genevieve claims district title!

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve are district champs for the 10th time!

The Dragons hosted the district tournament Friday and Saturday.

The final scores are:

Ste. Genevieve came in first with 255, Dexter in second with 198 and Park Hills in third with 148. St. Clair is in fourth with 113, followed by Affton (101.5), Sumner (81), Sullivan (78), Lutheran South (50.5), Cape Notre Dame (44), Soldan (38), Potosi (35), Miller Career (33), Vashon (32), Roosevelt (0).

State qualifiers:

113: Andrew DeRousse, first

126: Travis Jones, first

132: Tanner Jones, first

145: Austin Brewer, first

195: Ethan Vaeth, first

220: Kellen Steagall, first

285: Luke Hemmerla, first

106: Wade Dickens, second

138: Tyler Jones, second

182: Corey Heberlie, second

170: A.J. Gonz, third

Next up for Ste. Genevieve, the state meet this Friday and Saturday.

February 11, 2014

Shelby Werner signs with Missouri Southern State

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Shelby Werner signs her athletic scholarship to compete at Missouri Southern State University in Joplin.

Shelby will compete in cross country and also on the women's indoor and outdoor track teams for MSSU.

Shelby was a four-time all-state cross country runner and an all-state member of the girls track team at Ste. Genevieve High School.

She hopes to be accepted into the honors program at MSSU where she will pursue a degree in nursing.

February 10, 2014

Boys’ BB: SGHS, VHS advance in MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve and Valle began play in the MAAA conference tournament Saturday.

The sixth seed Dragons downed 11th seed Caledonia 72-42.

Ste. Genevieve advances to a 7 p.m. game against third seed Park Hills Tuesday at Mineral Area College.

Seventh seed Valle defeated 10th seed Kingston 78-44 in its opening game Saturday.

Valle advances to an 8:30 p.m. game against second seed West County Tuesday at Mineral Area College.

Boys’ BB: SGHS JV falls to Perryville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve junior varsity lost to the Perryville JV 53-39 to finish second in the green pool at the Old Settlement JV Tournament they hosted Saturday.

Girls’ BB: SGHS tops VHS in MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve and Valle began play in the MAAA Conference Tournament Saturday.

The seventh seed Hunters defeated the 10th seed Lady Warriors 42-33.

Ste. Genevieve advances to play second seed North County at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Valle plays at St. Pius Monday, February 17th.

Wrestling: Ste. Gen goes 2-1 in home quad

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve downed visiting Cape Notre Dame, lost to Farmington and beat Hillsboro in the quad they hosted Friday.

The Dragons outscored Notre Dame 70-9, lost to Farmington 39-27 and then defeated Hillsboro 58-15.

Ste. Genevieve travels to De Soto Tuesday for a 5 p.m. match.

Boys BB: SGMS 7th graders fall to Potosi in conf tny

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School 7th graders lost to Potosi 38-35 in the game for third place in the conference tournament.

February 7, 2014

Boys’ BB: SGMS 7th graders fall to North County in conf tny

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School 7th graders lost to North County 24-23 in the conference tournament in Potosi. The seventh graders play Potosi for third place tonight at 6.

Girls’ BB: SGMS 7th graders fall to Farmington in conf tny

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School Seventh Graders lost to Farmington in the conference tournament at Potosi.

Football: Tyler Fallert to become SEMO Redhawk

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic senior Tyler Fallert Wednesday signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Southeast Missouri State in Cape Girardeau.

He was one of 23 players who made up coach Tom Matukewicz's first recruiting class.

Fallert an all-state running back also played linebacker. He rushed for 2,329 yards his senior season scoring 35 touchdowns and had 46 tackles.

Fallert helped Valle to win three state titles.

He reportedly turned down walk on offers from Baylor and Georgia Tech.

December 2, 2013

Warriors Win 12th State Title!!!

ST. LOUIS -- Senior quarterback Nolan Wood completed nine of 10 passes for 284 yards and four scores as Valle Catholic won its 12th state title by defeating Marceline 41-0 in the Class 1 State Championship Game Saturday in St. Louis.

The 12 state titles tied the Warriors with Webb City for the most of any Missouri school. Webb City beat Helias 28-14 in the Class 4 game on Friday to win their 12th.

It was Valle's third title in the last four years.

The win was also the 15th of the year for Valle setting another school record for most wins in a season. It was the Warriors fourth straight shutout and seventh of the 2013 season.

The game was a rematch of the 1989 championship game when Marceline

last made it to the state title game only to lose to Valle 49-7.

Marceline, the boyhood home of Walt Disney, may have been hoping for a fairy tale ending in 2013 but Valle ended their run. The Tigers started out 3-3 on the year but then ran off 8 wins in their quest for the class one crown. Marceline knocked off four state ranked teams to reach the championship. They upset Penny who beat Valle in the championship last year in the semi-final.

Valle led 35-0 at the half and after Tyler Fallert scored on a 4-yard run to make it 41-0 with 3:37 in the third, Valle coach Judd Naeger, in the interest of sportsmanship, pulled his starters.

It was Fallert's 35th TD of the 2013 season.

Wood not only threw for 4 scores he ran for another. The 5-yard TD run with 8:26 to play in the first gave Valle a 7-0 lead.

His favorite target was sophomore Conner Basler.

Basler hauled in 6 catches for 156 yards and three scores. Basler also had two interceptions in the game.

Valle coach Judd Naeger said he had planned for the Warriors to throw

more in the playoffs but the wind had not been in their favor.

Wood threw his first TD pass with 1:03 left in the first. The 13-yard TD pass to Basler gave the Warriors a 14-0 lead at the end of the first.

The Warriors drove 87 yards early in the second and took a 21-0 lead with 9:35 before the half. The big play was Wood's 63-yard TD pass to Justin Roth.

Roth had 123 combined yards on four carries and two receptions in his final game.

Valle fumbled a punt return later in the second but their defense came up big stopping the Tigers on a fourth and five at the Valle 11.

What followed the defensive stand was another show me bowl record.

Wood threw a 90-yard TD pass to Basler and the Warriors went up 28-0 with 4:24 before the half.

Wood's 37-yard TD pass to Basler with 1:15 left in the half gave the Warriors a 35-0 lead at the break.

The second half was played with a continuous clock, stopped only for TV time-outs.

The Valle defense was as remarkable at their offense as they allowed the Tigers only 120 yards the entire game. Marceline ran 48 plays.

Bryant Vessell had a team-high 8 tackles. Ethan Fallert and Jacob Trautman both recorded sacks. Logan Tucker added to his team leading number of tackles setting a new school record with 191 for the season.

The Valle defense held the Tigers leading rusher Blake Belzer to 40 yards on 21 carries.

Freshman Silas Bartotto recovered a Tiger fumble to preserve the shutout for Valle late in the fourth. The recovery stopped the Tigers final drive of 50 yards.

The Warriors only allowed their opponents 8.5 points per game for the 2013 campaign.

Valle's offense rolled up 501 yards on Marceline.

The Tigers concentrated on stopping the Warrior's leading rusher. Senior Tyler Fallert still ran for 75 hard yards on 13 carries.

The all-stater added 2,327 yards rushing in his senior season. As a junior he set a school record with 3,030 yards.

Naeger is now the second winningest coach in Valle football history as he concludes his 10th year. He has led the Warriors to the state playoffs in eight of the last nine years collecting three state championships.

As a player for Valle in 1995 he quarterbacked the Warriors to a state title.

Wood, Vessell, Basler and Jesse Meyer were named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' players of the game by the KBDZ sports crew.

Michelle Hoog and Rich McClure flank the State Championship 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' players of the game, sponsored my Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC. From the left-Michelle, Nolan Wood, Bryant Vessell, Jesse Meyer, Connor Basler, Rich.

Boys’ BB: SGHS freshmen fall to Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to the host team 35-33 in the Farmington Freshman Tournament.

Girls’ BB: SGHS JV tops Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Junior Varsity downed Park Hills 34-26 in the Jefferson R-7 Tournament.

November 25, 2013

Football: Warriors Back To The Dome For 5th Straight Year

Valle Catholic is heading back to the Show-Me-Bowl for the fifth straight year.

The Warriors defeated Osceola 35-11 in a Class 1 state semifinal game at Fr. John Dempsey Field on Saturday.

Senior quarterback Nolan Wood threw for 2 scores and ran for 3 more as Valle improved to 14-0.

The Warriors will meet Marceline (11-3) at 2:15 this Saturday at the Edward Jones dome in St. Louis as they attempt to win their 12th state title. 

Marceline surprised 2-time defending champion Penney 42-22 in the other class 1 semifinal.

Wood found Garrett Jaegers on a 43-yard TD pass with 1:13 to play in the 1st quarter as the Warriors took a 7-0 lead.

The Indians got on the board when Zach Carney booted a 26-yard field goal with 50 seconds left before the break. 

The Warriors answered right back and drove 65 yards in the final minute as Wood connected with Conner Basler on a 22-yard TD pass with 5-seconds left in the half to lead 14-3.

The game got more interesting after Thane Sommer returned the 2nd-half kickoff 94 yards for an Osceola score. The Indians then used a gadget play to add a two-point conversion and make the score 14-11.

Wood ran for a 5-yard TD with a minute left in the third as Valle went ahead 21-11.

His 5-yard TD run with 7:50 left in the game gave Valle a more comfortable lead of 28-11.

The Warrior quarterback added his fifth TD of the game on a 3-yard run with 4:40 on the clock. 

Devon Kutz was good on all of Valle's extra-point kicks.

Wood finished with 146 yards on 28 carries. Thru the air he was good on 8 of 13 attempts. He was named the ‘Nationwide Is On Your Side’ player of the game.

Nolan Wood was selected as the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Basler led the team in receiving with 5 catches and on defense he had two big interceptions.

Osceola's defense held all-state running back Tyler Fallert to only 72 yards rushing in the game while forcing a fumble.

Valle's defense held the Indians to only 57 yards the entire game. 

The state championship game with Valle and Marceline will be broadcast on 50,000 watt KBDZ FM (93.1) and kbdz931.com this Saturday afternoon. Brad Palmer will call the play-by-play.

Show Me Bowl tickets go on sale Tuesday at VHS

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle Catholic High School has announced that tickets for the Valle Catholic-Marceline Class 1 State Championship Football Game on Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis will be on sale Tuesday afternoon, from 3-6 p.m. in the lobby of Valle Catholic High School (following the 1:30 pm Alumni Mass).

The cost of the tickets is $11 with a limit of 10 tickets purchased per person. If any tickets are left after Tuesday, they would go on sale from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday.

Game time Saturday is scheduled for 2:15 p.m. Details on tailgating at the Dome (same location as past years) on game day will be available soon.

November 18, 2013

Cross Country: Werner first, Ste. Gen nine at Nike Meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve had several runners in the Nike Cross Midwest Regional Cross Country Meet in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Taylor Werner finished first running as part of the Ste. Gen Camel Pack with a time of 18:36.2, Mia Jerman was 28th in 20:01.1 with Mallory Koller 98th in 20:56.2.

The SG Girls team finished ninth.

Runners came from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and Michigan, as well as Missouri.

Valle releases info about basketball tournament

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle Catholic School have released an information sheet regarding the upcoming basketball tournament.

Click here to view the information sheet:

November 12, 2013

Football: Rebels End Dragons' Hopes, 30-8

The Ste. Gen Dragons season ended Monday night when the state-ranked Central Rebels took a 24-0 half time lead and held on for a 30-8 class 3 district championship win in Park Hills.

"Our kids never quit but they were more physical than us," said Ste. Gen coach Bob Stolzer. 

It was the second year in a row the Rebels defeated the Dragons (8-4) for the district title and it was the second time this season Central prevailed as they won the regular season conference matchup 17-14.

"They were the better team again tonight," Stolzer said.

The Rebels turned three Ste. Gen turnovers into points in the first half. 

"You can't turn the ball over against a good team like that," Stolzer said. 

Central set up their first score with a 47-yard pass play.  

Sophomore D. J. Buckhanan finished off the drive with a two-yard TD run and it was 7-0 with 9:06 in the first. 

The Dragons fumbled the ensuing kick-off at their 25 and Central scored quickly on a 15-yard TD run by Drew Harlow.

Ste Gen had not run an offensive play and trailed 14-0 with 7:07 to play in the first.

Buckhanan broke a 26-yard TD run in the second and Central went up 21-0 with 5:50 before the half. 

The two teams traded fumbles before Central converted a 28-yard field goal to end the half 24-0.

The Rebels had held their last six opponents scoreless but Ste. Gen broke the streak in the third when Brendan Dallas raced 50-yards to paydirt. It was the senior's 31'st TD of the year.

After a two-point conversion run by Matt Drury it was 24-8 with 3:02 to play in the third. 

The Rebels added another TD on a 6-yard run by Buchkhanan with 2:42 in the fourth. 

Dragons Devin Brown (above, flanked by Rich McClure and Michelle Hoog) and Logan Gegg were named co-recipients of the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Dallas led the Dragons in rushing with 91 yards while sophomore Anthony Roe added 62 yards. The two backs both ran for more than 1,000 yards on the season. 

"I don't remember when we had a 1-2 punch like that," Stolzer said. 

Buchkhanan had 146 yards for the Rebels (12-0), who will meet for the second straight year John Burroughs in the quarterfinal. The Bombers (10-0) defeated Cardinal Ritter 24-0.

"I was hoping for a different outcome in this rematch but we had a good season," Stolzer said. 

The 2013 Dragon football season featured the 200th win by Stolzer in his 25 year coaching career. 

Stolzer said he was not sure if he would be back next year. "I will have to talk it over with my sons," he concluded.

Cross Country: SGHS girls win state

JEFFERSON CITY — The Ste. Genevieve Hunters were back on top Saturday at the Class 3 State Cross Country Meet.

Sophomore Taylor Werner set a new record of 17:31.30 -- not just for Class 3 but for all classes.

The Hunters scored 46 points as a team, well-ahead of Festus at 62. Notre Dame de Sion was third at 74.

Hunters placed their first five girls in the Top 25 to receive All-State honors.

1. Taylor Werner, So 17:31.30,

4. Mia Jerman, So 19:20.80,

7. Mallory Koller, So 19:36.94,

18. Shelby Werner, Sr 19:58.38,

25. Amy Huck, So 20:19.08,

75. Maggie Flieg, Jr 21:31.67.

Ste. Genevieve only had two runners in the Class 3 boys race and both earned All-State honors.

6. Ben Naeger, Fr 16:25.82,

12. Andrew Moore, Sr 16:35.97.

Cross Country: Valle places sixth at state

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Valle Catholic Lady Warriors finished in sixth place in the Class 1 Meet.

12. Sally Heil, So 21:19.69,

55. Emily Roth, So 23:19.70,

60. Eva Rolfe, Jr 23:30.88,

69. Amber Roth, Sr 23:42.98,

79. Nupur Kanani, Jr 23:53.48,

99. Colleen Brake, Sr 24:31.58,

111. Paige Fallert, Jr 24:44.45.

On the boy’s side: Calvin Colvis made the All-State Team

15. Calvin Colvis, Sr 17:43.78,

32. Matthew Naeger, Sr 18:09.56.

November 7, 2013

Football: Dragons Give Stolzer 200th Win

Brendan Dallas scored 5 TD's as the Ste. Gen Dragons won their class three district semi-final game 39-15 over Potosi Wednesday night in Ste. Genevieve.

It was the second time the Dragons defeated the Trojans this season and sets up a district championship game Monday night in Park Hills when Ste. Gen (8-3) will face undefeated and state ranked Central. The two teams met in week four with Potosi winning 35-20.

The game was the 200th career win in 25 years for Ste. Gen head coach Bob Stolzer and assistant coach Bob Weiler (right, in photo).

Stolzer was presented with a plaque to honor the milestone achievement in a ceremony on the football field following the game.

The popular coach thanked Weiler and all of his assistants and former players.

"Not one guy can do it all. I have been very fortunate to have great players and coaches and Weiler has been like my right hand," he said.

Dallas gave the Dragons a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on a 16-yard TD run.

His 19-yard TD in the second put Ste. Gen up 14-0 but the Trojans answered with a 3-yard TD run by Blaine Riddle.

A 35-yard run by Anthony Roe set up another Dallas TD and the senior made it 20-7 with a 2-yard TD carry. Roe converted a two-point play as Ste. Gen went ahead 22-7.

Potosi again answered as Aaron Vinson connected with Gavin Wright from 32 yards out to make it a 22-15 game with 58 seconds left in the half.

Clayton Naeger's 40 yard field goal with 6-seconds left before the break gave the Dragons a 25-15 lead.

A fumble recovery set up another Dallas TD run of 2-yards with 7:06 in the third.

He scored his fifth TD on a one-yard plunge with 3:36 in the third.

Potosi added their final score on a 57-yard TD pass to Vinson with 8:08 left in the game.

Dallas ran for 128 yards in the game on 23 carries while Roe had 128 yards on 19 carries.

"They are getting to be a great one two punch," Stolzer said.

Ste. Gen had two turnovers in the game while Potosi had five.

Dragons Luke Hemmerla (above, with Michelle Hoog) and Zack Jamirson (below) were named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' players of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

The Trojans season ended at 6-5.

"We have been looking forward to the rematch," Stolzer said of the upcoming game with the Rebels.

"It's going to be a battle. Their defense has not given up many points and they have five or six good running backs. We are going to have to play our best game of the year," Stolzer said.

The district championship game will be broadcast Monday night at 7:00 pm on KBDZ 931 FM and kbdz931.com.

Boys’ Cross County: Valle sends two to state

JACKSON – Valle didn’t have enough runners at the Class 1 District 1 Cross Country boys meet held Saturday at Saxony Lutheran High School, but they did have four and two of them qualified for state.

Individually, Valle was led by Calvin Colvis who came in first (18:03), Matthew Naeger came in fifth (18:23), Blake Dunlap came in 29th (20:44) and Nathan Zerwig came in 52nd (22:47).

Colvis and Naeger advance to state as individuals.

Girls’ Cross Country: Valle qualifies for state

JACKSON -- Valle came in second in the Class 1 District 1 Cross Country Girls Meet at Saxony Lutheran High School Saturday.

Valle scored 43 points to finish behind Crystal City which won the meet with 37 points. Oak Ridge was third with 46.

Valle was led by Sally Heil who came in third (21:38).

Eve Rolfe was 10th (23:30).

Emily Roth was 11th (23:37).

Colleen Brake was 14th (24:14).

Amber Roth was 15th (24:17).

Paige Fallert was 16th (24:30).

Nupur Kanani was 17th (24:34).

The state cross country meet will be held Saturday at the Oak Hills Golf Course in Jefferson City.

November 4, 2013

Volleyball: Valle falls to Winona in sectional

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle closed out its 2013 season with a loss to Winona Saturday in a Class 1 sectional contest at Spokane.

The final score was 25-22, 24-26 and 16-25.

Valle ends its season with a 26-9 record.

Earlier in the sectional tournament Saturday Valle downed host Spokane 25-14 and 25-14.

Valle Catholic vs Spokane

Varsity Scores: 25-14, 25-14

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (10 points, 2 aces)

2. Cassandra Moulton (8 points, 1 ace)

3. Megan Abt (3 points, 2 aces)

4. Maria Hermann (3 points, 1 ace)

5. Courtney Huck (2 points)

6. Coco Kertz (1 point, 1 ace)

7. Ally Doza (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (11 kills)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (7 kills)

3. Susan Roth (3 kills)

4. Ally Doza (1 kill)

5. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 3 assists)

2. Michaela Operle (1 solo, 1 assist)

3. Courtney Huck (2 assists)

4. Briley Bieser (2 assists)

5. Ally Doza (1 solo)

6. Cassandra Moulton (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (9 digs)

2. Maria Hermann (5 digs)

3. Coco Kertz (5 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (3 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (3 digs)

6. Emmy Fischer (2 digs)

7. Michaeal Operle (2 digs)

8. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

9. Megan Abt (1 dig)

10. Josie Meyer (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (8 receptions)

2. Maria Hermann (6 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (3 receptions)

4. Cassandra Moulton (1 reception)

5. Michaela Operle (1 reception)

6. Sydnie Weiler (1 reception)

7. Courtney Huck (1 reception)

8. Susan Roth (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (8 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (7 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (3 assists)

4. Briley Bieser (2 assists)

5. Courtney Friedman (2 assists)

6. Megan Abt (1 assist)

7. Emmy Fischer (1 assist)

Valle Catholic vs Winona

Varsity Scores: 25-22, 24-26, 16-25

Season Record to Date: 26 wins, 9 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 4 wins, 1 loss

Scoring Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (9 points)

2. Megan Abt (7 points)

3. Cassandra Moulton (3 points, 2 aces)

4. Sydnie Weiler (3 points)

5. Courtney Huck (2 points)

6. Maria Hermann (2 points, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:

1. Michaela Operle (9 kills)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (9 kills)

3. Susan Roth (5 kills)

4. Courtney Huck (5 kills)

5. Cassandra Moulton (4 kills)

6. Ally Doza (2 kills)

7. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

8. Briley Bieser (1 kill)

9. Sydnie Weiler (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 3 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (4 assists)

3. Mackenzie Wiplfer (1 solo, 2 assists)

4. Michaela Operle (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (16 digs)

2. Maria Hermann (8 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (8 digs)

4. Megan Abt (6 digs)

5. Cassandra Moulton (6 digs)

6. Michaela Operle (5 digs)

7. Ally Doza (3 digs)

8. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

9. Courtney Huck (2 digs)

10. Susan Roth (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (21 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (11 receptions)

3. Maria Hermann (7 receptions)

4. Megan Abt (6 receptions)

5. Sydnie Weiler (4 receptions)

6. Cassandra Moulton (4 receptions)

7. Briley Bieser (3 receptions)

8. Josie Meyer (2 receptions)

9. Susan Roth (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (17 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (16 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

4. Coco Kertz (1 assist)

Football: SGHS tops Kennett

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Gen ended Kennett's season with a 55-30 win last Thursday night in Ste. Genevieve.

The Dragons led 34-6 at halftime as they improved to 7-3.

Brendan Dallas scored 4 times and Anthony Roe 3 times and both backs ran for more than 100 yards.

Anthony Roe (above, with Michelle Hoog), and Brendan Dallas (below) were co-recipients of the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game award, sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Dallas scored on runs of 1-yard and 20-yards in the first. He had TD runs of 35 and 50 yards in the second.

Roe ran for a 16-yard TD in the second then had scoring runs of 34 and 14 in the third quarter.

Austin Brewer broke a 70-yard TD run for Ste. Gen early in the fourth.

Treyvon Bradford had 3-yard TD runs for the Indians in the first and fourth quarters.

The Indians (2-8) scored late in the fourth on pass plays of 54 and 23 yards to Akeem Nelson.

Ste Gen will prepare to host Potosi as the class 3 playoffs continue this Wednesday night.

The Dragons defeated the Trojans 35-20 when they met in September.

Potosi (6-4) won their first round district game with Dexter 33-12 last Thursday.

The Potosi at Ste. Gen game (7:00 pm) will be broadcast on KBDZ 931 FM and kbdz931.com this Wednesday night.

Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve season stats released

STE. GENEVIEVE – The 2013 season stats for the Ste. Genevieve High School Hunters volleyball team are now available.

Click here for the stats:

Click here for the stats from the final game of the season with Park Hills

October 31, 2013

Volleyball: Valle wins district crown

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle Catholic Lady Warriors won the district crown at Crystal City last night with victories over New Haven and Bismarck.

Valle downed New Haven 25-20, 25-22 to improve to 24-8-1.

The Lady Warriors will next play in the sectional at Spokane.

Winona will play Sacred Heart first, followed by Valle vs the host team, Spokane.

Winner plays at 4 p.m. to go to state.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Cassandra Moulton (6 points, 1 ace)

3. Sydnie Weiler (5 points)

4. Courtney Huck (3 points, 1 ace)

5. Megan Abt (3 points, 1 ace)

6. Coco Kertz (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (8 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (7 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (5 kills)

4. Susan Roth (4 kills)

5. Ally Doza (2 kills)

6. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

7. Sydnie Weiler (1 kill)

8. Briley Bieser (1 kill)

9. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 solos, 3 assists)

2. Courtney Huck (2 solos)

3. Susan Roth (1 solo)

4. Briley Bieser (1 assist)

5. Cassandra Moulton (1 assist)

6. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (24 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (8 digs)

3. Cassandra Moulton (8 digs)

4. Maria Hermann (7 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (6 digs)

6. Sydnie Weiler (6 digs)

7. Ally Doza (2 digs)

8. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

9. Susan Roth (2 digs)

10. Megan Abt (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (12 receptions)

2. Maria Hermann (11 receptions)

3. Ally Doza (4 receptions)

4. Megan Abt (3 receptions)

5. Michaela Operle (2 receptions)

6. Cassandra Moulton (2 receptions)

7. Sydnie Weiler (2 receptions)

8. Susan Roth (1 reception)

9. Briley Bieser (1 reception)

10. Josie Meyer (1 reception)

11. Courtney Huck (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (13 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (11 assists)

3. Courtney Huck (1 assist)

4. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 assist)

Valle Catholic downed Bismarck 25-16, 18-25 and 25-20 to improve to 25-8-1.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (11 points, 1 ace)

2. Megan Abt (6 points, 2 aces)

3. Coco Kertz (5 points)

4. Courtney Huck (3 points)

5. Cassandra Moulton (3 points)

6. Sydnie Weiler (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (23 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (10 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (4 kills)

4. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

5. Susan Roth (1 kill)

6. Briley Bieser (1 kill)

7. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 3 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (3 assists)

3. Courtney Huck (2 assists)

4. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

5. Michaela Operle (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (17 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (11 digs)

3. Coco Kertz (10 digs)

4. Michaela Operle (9 digs)

5. Sydnie Weiler (9 digs)

6. Courtney Huck (8 digs)

7. Megan Abt (4 digs)

8. Susan Roth (2 digs)

9. Briley Bieser (2 digs)

10. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 dig)

11. Ally Doza (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (22 receptions)

2. Maria Hermann (11 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (8 receptions)

4. Michaela Operle (6 receptions)

5. Cassandra Moulton (4 receptions)

6. Susan Roth (3 receptions)

7. Ally Doza (2 receptions)

8. Josie Meyer (1 reception)

9. Courtney Huck (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (20 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (16 assists)

3. Briley Bieser (1 assist)

4. Courtney Friedman (1 assist)

Volleyball: Ste. Gen falls to Park Hills in district

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve lost to Park Hills in the district tournament last night.

The scores were 14-25, 29-27 and 14-25.

The game was the final one for head coach Dennis Drumm who is stepping down after 32 years of coaching.

October 29, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Chamois

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle defeated Chamois in straight sets last night in the district tournament at Crystal City.

The final score was 25-13, 25-11 as Valle improved to 23 wins, 8 losses, 1 tie

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (10 points, 3 aces)

2. Coco Kertz (6 points, 1 ace)

3. Megan Abt (4 points, 1 ace)

4. Maria Hermann (4 points)

5. Courtney Huck (3 points, 2 aces)

6. Emmy Fischer (3 points, 2 aces)

7. Cassandra Moulton (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (11 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (5 kills)

3. Susan Roth (3 kills)

4. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

5. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

6. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (4 digs)

2. Sydnie Weiler (4 digs)

3. Cassandra Moulton (3 digs)

4. Maria Hermann (3 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (3 digs)

6. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

7. Megan Abt (2 digs)

8. Michaela Operle (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (5 receptions)

2. Cassandra Moulton (4 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (3 receptions)

4. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

5. Emmy Fischer (2 receptions)

6. Josie Meyer (1 reception)

7. Briley Bieser (1 reception)

8. Michaela Operle (1 reception)

9. Sydnie Weiler (1 reception)

10. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (9 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (8 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

4. Briley Biesler (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGHS tops Festus in District Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve topped Festus in the Class 3 District 2 Tournament at Park Hills.

The Hunters won 22-25, 25-22 and 25-14 to advance to play Park Hills at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday.

The game will be broadcast live on KBDZ B-93one FM and online at kbdz931.com

Football: SGHS JV tops Kelly

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's junior varsity downed Kelly 28-24 last night.

October 28, 2013

Football: Ste. Genevieve falls to Caruthersville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Gen lost a 49-42 shootout to Caruthersville in their regular season finale in Ste. Genevieve Friday night.

The unbeaten and state ranked Tigers played the Dragons to a 35-35 tie at the half.

Ste Gen took a 42-35 lead on a 3-yard TD run by Anthony Roe early in the third.

But the Tigers tied it at 42-42 with 6:12 in the period.

A 25-yard run with 3:26 left in the fourth gave Caruthersville the hard fought seven point win.

There was plenty of scoring in the first half.

Darrell Monroe's 92-yard TD run gave the Tigers a 6-0 lead with 3:23 in the first.

The Dragons answered with a two-yard TD run by Roe and took a 7-6 lead with 1:15 in the first.

It was tied 14-14 after a Tiger TD and two-point conversion with 10:49 before the break.

With 9:03 in the second Ste Gen regained the lead on a Brendan Dallas TD run.

But the Tigers scored on a 47-yard run to make it 21-21.

Dallas scored the second of his four TD's on the night with a one-yard run with 4:17 left as the Dragons went up 28-21.

A 79-yard TD by Monroe evened up the game at 28-28 with 3:31 still to play.

Dallas scored again to put the Dragons ahead 35-28 but with 7-seconds to play a 52-yard TD pass to Monroe evened the game at the break.

The Tigers now 7-1 will have the top seed in their upcoming class 2 district.

Ste. Gen drops to 6-3.

The Dragons have the #2 seed in their upcoming class 3 district 1 tournament and will host #7 Kennett on Thursday Oct 31st.

The 7:00 pm game will be broadcast on KBDZ 931 and streamed at kbdz931.com.

MAAA All Conference teams announced

STE. GENEVIEVE – The 2013 MAAA All Conference teams have been announced:

Large School

1st Team:

Megan Skaggs-Central

Whitney Johnson-Farmington

Kourtney Knox-Farmington

Kourtney Kekec-North County

Emma Basler-Ste. Genevieve

Monica Inman-Ste. Genevieve

2nd Team:

Abby Fischbeck-Central

Mackenzie Jones-Central

Mattie Bradley-Farmington

Ellie Jensen-Fredericktown

Emily Eaton-North County

Maddie Eye-Potosi

Honorable Mention:

Sydney Skaggs-Central

Alex Long-Fredericktown

Jessica Hampton-Potosi

Jacie Korenak-Ste. Genevieve

Small School

1st Team:

Kristen Williams-Arcadia Valley

Megan Williams-Arcadia Valley

Darcy Latham-Bismarck

Jenna McGraw-Bismarck

Sydnie Weiler-Valle Catholic

Mackenzie Wipfler-Valle Catholic

2nd Team:

Katelynn Lamb-Arcadia Valley

Hailey Cadwell-Bismarck

Kaitlyn Loughary-Bismarck

Courtney Huck-Valle Catholic

Michaela Operle-Valle Catholic

Hannah Hollock-West County

Honorable Mention:

Heather Prunty-Bismarck

Dawn Yates-Kingston

Callee Payne-Valley R-6

Bailey Marks-West County

October 25, 2013

Volleyball: Valle falls to Park Hills in MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic lost to Park Hills 18-25 and 22-25 in the championship match of the Gold Bracket in the MAAA Conference Tournament last night.

The Lady Warriors fall to 22-8-1.

Valle will play Chamois at 6:15 p.m. Monday in the Class 1 District 5 Tournament at Crystal City.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (6 points, 1 ace)

2. Sydnie Weiler (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Coco Kertz (3 points, 1 ace)

4. Cassandra Moulton (3 points)

5. Megan Abt (3 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (10 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (3 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

4. Josie Meyer (2 kills)

5. Susan Roth (2 kills)

6. Coco Kertz (1 kill)

7. Ally Doza (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 solos, 3 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (3 assists)

3. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 1 assist)

4. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (9 digs)

2. Coco Kertz (8 digs)

3. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (4 digs)

5. Michaela Operle (3 digs)

6. Josie Meyer (3 digs)

7. Megan Abt (2 digs)

8. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 dig)

9. Susan Roth (1 dig)

10. Maria Hermann (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (18 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (7 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (4 receptions)

4. Maria Hermann (4 receptions)

5. Sydnie Weiler (2 receptions)

6. Ally Doza (2 receptions)

7. Cassandra Moulton (1 reception)

8. Courtney Friedman (1 reception)

9. Susan Roth (1 reception)

10. Emmy Fischer (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (9 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (6 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (1 assists)

4. Courtney Friedman (1 assist)

5. Megan Abt (1 assist)

6. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 assist)

Volleyball: Valle tops Bismarck at MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle Catholic defeated Bismarck 26-24 and 25-19 to improve to 22-7-1 in a semifinal round game in the Gold Bracket in the MAAA Conference Tournament last night.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (6 points)

2. Cassandra Moulton (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Maria Hermann (5 points)

4. Coco Kertz (4 points)

5. Courtney Huck (2 points

6. Sydnie Weiler (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (11 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (6 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (5 kills)

4. Josie Meyer (2 kills)

5. Sydnie Weiler (2 kills)

6. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

7. Ally Doza (1 kill)

8. Susan Roth (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 2 assists)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 1 assist)

3. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

4. Cassandra Moulton (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (11 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (7 digs)

3. Michaela Operle (6 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (6 digs)

5. Maria Hermann (5 digs)

6. Megan Abt (3 digs)

7. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

8. Ally Doza (2 digs)

9. Susan Roth (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (14 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (6 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (5 receptions)

4. Maria Hermann (5 receptions)

5. Ally Doza (3 receptions)

6. Cassandra Moulton (2 receptions)

7. Josie Meyer (1 reception)

8. Susan Roth (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (10 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (10 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

4. Coco Kertz (1 assist)

5. Megan Abt (1 assist)

October 24, 2013

Volleyball: SGHS wins silver bracket of MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won the silver bracket of the MAAA Conference Tournament with a pair of wins last night.

The Hunters downed Arcadia Valley 26-24 and 26-24.

Ste. Genevieve then defeated North County 25-21 and 25-15.

The Hunters play Festus Monday at 7:30 in the Class 3 District 2 Tournament at Park Hills.

October 22, 2013

Volleyball: SGHS Wins One, Splits One

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Hunters defeated Kingston 25-7, 25-10 and split with Farmington 25-22, 15-25 in MAAA tournament play last night.

The Hunters will play in the Silver Bracket at Park Hills tomorrow.

Volleyball: Valle tops Caledonia

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle defeated Caledonia 25-9 and 25-8 in the MAAA Conference at North County last night.

With the win, the Lady Warriors improve to 20-7-1 and 4-1 in the conference.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Abby Fischer (12 points, 4 aces)

2. Courtney Huck (9 points, 1 ace)

3. Sydnie Weiler (7 points, 2 aces)

4. Courtney Friedman (5 points, 2 aces)

5. Maria Hermann (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Sydnie Weiler (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (9 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (3 kills)

3. Ally Doza (3 kills)

4. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

5. Briley Bieser (1 kill)

6. Abby Fischer (1 kill)

7. Emmy Fischer (1 kill)

8. Courtney Friedman (1 kill)

9. Coco Kertz (1 kill)

10. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

11. Susan Roth (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Susan Roth (1 solo, 1 assist)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 assist)

3. Cassandra Moulton (1 assist)

4. Courtney Huck (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (6 digs)

2. Maria Herman (3 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (2 digs)

4. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

5. Cassandra Moulton (1 dig)

6. Courtney Huck (1 dig)

7. Megan Abt (1 dig)

8. Abby Fischer (1 dig)

9. Michaela Operle (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (4 receptions)

2. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

3. Vanessa Roth (2 receptions)

4. Ally Doza (2 receptions)

5. Megan Abt (1 reception)

6. Michaela Operle (1 reception)

7. Abby Fischer (1 reception)

8. Claire Schweigert (1 reception)

9. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (6 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (6 assists)

3. Abby Fischer (6 assists)

4. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

Volleyball: Valle tops North County

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle defeated North County 25-14, 25-17 last night in the MAAA Conference Tournament at North County.

With the win, Valle improves to 21-7-1 and 4-1 in the MAAA.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Coco Kertz (7 points, 1 ace)

3. Maria Hermann (7 points)

4. Courtney Huck (3 points)

5. Sydnie Weiler (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Megan Abt (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (8 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (5 kills)

3. Sydnie Weiler (2 kills)

4. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

5. Briley Bieser (1 kill)

6. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

7. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

8. Susan Roth (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. none

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (16 digs)

2. Maria Herman (7 digs)

3. Cassandra Moulton (6 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (5 digs)

5. Megan Abt (5 digs)

6. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 digs)

7. Michaela Operle (2 digs)

8. Courtney Huck (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (8 receptions)

2. Megan Abt (7 receptions)

3. Maria Hermann (5 receptions)

4. Ally Doza (1 reception)

5. Sydnie Weiler (1 reception)

6. Cassandra Moulton (1 reception)

7. Michaela Operle (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (8 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (7 assists)

3. Briley Bieser (2 assists)

4. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

October 21, 2013

Cross Country: SGHS girls win at Borgia

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Ste. Genevieve High School girls cross country team ran away with first place at Borgia Saturday.

Taylor Werner came in first, Mia Jerman was second, Mallory Koller third and Amy Huck fourth. Shelby Werner came in 11th.

On the boys’ side, Andrew Moore came in second and Ben Naeger came in fifth.

Volleyball: SGHS freshmen finish second in tournament

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve High School freshmen team finished the season with a 14-2 record and a second place finish in their own tournament Saturday.

Volleyball: SGHS has No. 6 seed in MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve High School varsity squad has drawn a No. 6 seed for the MAAA Conference Tourney. They play tonight at Farmington at 6 p.m. vs. Kingston and then Farmington directly afterward.

Volleyball: Class 3 District 2 seeds announced

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve High School Athletic Director Jeff Nix has released the seeding for the Class 3 District 2 volleyball tournament.

1. Windsor

2. Park Hills

3. Ste. Genevieve

4. North County

5. De Soto

6. Festus

7. Potosi

The seeds and bracket may also be viewed on the MSHSAA website.

Football: Warriors Beat ‘Cats; Conference Looms

HERCULANEUM -- Balanced offense and a ferocious defense led the Valle Warriors over Herculaneum 47-7 Friday night.

Nolan Wood threw three touchdown passes in the first half, including a pair to fellow senior Justin Roth.

Coach Judd Naeger was impressed once again by his QB. "Nolan has all the tools, and he's just a solid, great quarterback," he said. "He leads the team, he runs the field, and he makes good decisions...along with throwing the ball really well."

Tyler Fallert added four scoring runs and finished with 212 yards on 18 carries. Valle's defense held the Blackcats to less than 100 yards offense, while the offense racked up an impressive 400-plus of their own. Herky would only have three total first downs in the first half.

Roth started the scoring in the first quarter, as he caught a 6-yard pass on fourth and goal, and later caught a 45-yard pass to extend their lead to 41-0 at halftime.

The Warriors needed just four plays to go 67 yards in their next drive. The big play was a 38-yard pass reception by Connor Basler. Fallert would score from 10-yards out.

Basler finished with 77 yards on four receptions, and Wood threw for 149 yards. Basler made several nice defensive plays as well.

"I really like Connor's lineage," Naeger said after the game. "He's a super athlete, and he complements our style of play so well."

Basler was named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Fallert scored twice more in the second quarter, adding a third quarter TD to make the score 47-0.

The Blackcats' Nico Brown ruined the shutout bid, scoring with 5:54 remaining. The Warriors underclassmen had been holding Herky to that point. "The young guys get banged up, too," Naeger said.

Herky Senior Dustin Johnson gained 26 yards on his first play from scrimmage. He would gain just 18 yards for the entire game after that run. He had rushed for over 300 yards in the Blackcats’ 41-39 win over Valle last year.

Valle Catholic is now 8-0 on the year. They remain number one Class 1 rankings.

The Warriors have the I-55 conference crown on the line this week, as they host St. Pius X out of Festus. Brad Palmer will have the call on KBDZ, B93.1 FM, and at kbdz931.com

Naeger said, "This one is for all the marbles. Pius has been playing very well. We'll have to bring a solid mindset into Friday."

SGHS tops De Soto 49-21

STE. GENEVIEVE -- On a cold and rainy friday night in Desoto the Ste. Gen Dragons built a 28-7 half time lead and posted a 49-21 win.

Anthony Roe ran for a 1-yard score on the Dragons first possession then broke a 49 yard run to set up an 11-yard TD by Brendan Dallas as Ste. Gen took an early 14-0 lead.

Roe caught an 11-yard TD pass from Matt Drury to give the Ste. Gen Dragons a 28-7 lead at the half.

Ste. Gen took a 42-14 lead in the third after two TD throws from Drury to Clayton Naeger.

Dallas got his second TD and Ste. Gen's final score in the fourth on a 1-yard TD run.

The senior running back had 22 carries in the game for 196 yards.

Roe ran for 181 yards on 20 carries.

Ste. Gen improved to 6-2 while the Jefferson County Dragons fell to 1-7.

The Dragons will wrap up their regular season hosting a class two team that is unbeaten in games in Missouri. Caruthersville's only loss this season was to out of state Liberty of Mountain View (60-28). They have wins over Malden (32-7), Charleston (26-18), Dexter (63-13), New Madrid (42-0), Kennett (62-25) and Hayti (56-0).

Last season Ste Gen held on to win a close one (21-20) over the Tigers.

October 18, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Kingston

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle beat Kingston last night, 25-18, 25-15 to improve to 19 wins, 7 losses, 1 tie and 4 wins, 1 loss in the MAAA.

Valle begins play in the MAAA Conference Tournament Monday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (10 points, 3 aces)

2. Cassandra Mouton (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Maria Hermann (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Claire Schweigert (3 points)

5. Abby Fischer (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Sydnie Weiler (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (5 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (5 kills)

3. Cassandra Moulton (3 kills)

4. Briley Bieser (2 kills)

5. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

6. Emmy Fischer (1 kill)

7. Coco Kertz (1 kills

8. Courtney Friedman (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 2 assist)

2. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

3. Cassandra Moulton (1 assist)

4. Courtney Huck (1 assist)

5. Richele Ramer (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (5 digs)

2. Abby Fischer (5 digs)

3. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (3 digs)

5. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 digs)

6. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

7. Michaela Operle (2 digs)

8. Vanessa Roth (1 dig)

9. Claire Schweigert (1 dig)

10. Coco Kertz (1 dig)

11. Megan Abt (1 dig)

12. Briley Bieser (1 dig)

13. Courtney Friedman (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (5 receptions)

2. Coco Kertz (4 receptions)

3. Vanessa Roth (3 receptions)

4. Michaela Operle (3 receptions)

5. Megan Abt (1 reception)

6. Courtney Friedman (1 reception)

7. Abby Fischer (1 reception)

8. Richele Ramer (1 reception)

9. Sydnie Weiler (1 reception)

10. Cassandra Moulton (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (7 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (4 assists)

3. Abby Fischer (4 assists)

4. Briley Bieser (2 assists)

Volleyball: SGMS splits MAJHAA Tourney games

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School split their games in the Mineral Area Junior High Conference Tournament.

The seventh graders won in three sets over West County to finish the conference tournament in third place.

The eighth graders lost in two straight sets to Farmington and finished in second place in the conference tournament.

Football: SGMS drops two to North County

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve Middle School lost both games last night.

The seventh graders lost 30-14 to North County.

The eighth graders lost 22-26 to North County.

October 17, 2013

Volleyball: SGHS tops Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve downed visiting Park Hills for senior night.

The varsity won 25-22 and 25-17 to improve to 15-10-2 and 3-2 in the MAAA.

Next up for the varsity: the MAAA Conference Tournament next week.

The junior varsity won 25-13 and 25-11.

The freshmen team did not play last night. They wrap up their season Saturday morning when they host their freshmen tourney.

Volleyball: SGMS splits their MAJHAA Tourney games

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School split their games last night in the Mineral Area Junior High Conference Tournament.

The seventh graders lost to Farmington 20-25 and 10-25.

The eighth graders downed Arcadia Valley 25-23, 22-25 and 25-17.

October 16, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Caledonia

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle Lady Warriors downed Caledonia in three straight sets Tuesday at Ste. Genevieve.

Varsity Scores: 25-9, 22-25, 25-12

Season Record to Date: 18 wins, 7 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 3 wins, 1 loss

Next Opponent: Kingston Lady Cougars at Kingston on 10/17/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Abby Fischer (9 points, 4 aces)

2. Megan Abt (7 points, 2 aces)

3. Coco Kertz (7 points)

4. Sydnie Weiler (4 points, 1 ace)

5. Cassandra Moulton (4 points)

6. Courtney Friedman (4 points)

7. Briley Bieser (2 points, 1 ace)

8. Maria Hermann (2 points)

9. Courtney Huck (2 points)

10. Vanessa Roth (2 points)

11. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 ponts)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (8 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (6 kills)

3. Susan Roth (5 kills)

4. Ally Doza (4 kills)

5. Courtney Friedman (4 kills)

6. Josie Meyer (3 kills)

7. Richele Ramer (2 kills)

8. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

9. Michaela Operle (1 kill)

10. Briley Bieser (1 kill)

11. Maria Hermann (1 kill)

12. Emmy Fischer (1 kill)

13. Claire Schweigert (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (2 assists)

2. Susan Roth (1 solo)

3. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 assist)

4. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

5. Cassandra Moulton (1 assist)

6. Courtney Friedman (1 assist)

Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve tops Fredericktown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve defeated Fredericktown twice last night.

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The varsity won 25-11 and 25-11 to improve to 14-10-2 and 2-2 in the conference.

The junior varsity won 25-12 and 25-21.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Park Hills tonight for junior varsity and varsity games beginning at 6 p.m. with the JV. It is senior night for the Hunters.

Volleyball: SG seventh graders advance in MAJHAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School seventh graders also won last night.

They play in the Mineral Area Junior High Conference Tournament and won 23-25, 25-18 and 25-12. They advance to play Fredericktown at 7:45 tonight.

Cross Country: SGMS runners excel at Antonia meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School runners performed well at a meet at Antonio Tuesday.

On the girls’ side: Sarah Moore came in first with a new course record and Mia Klein was sixth.

On the boys’ side: Jesse Pinkley came in third, Clayton Vaeth was fifth and Simon Grass came in sixth.

October 15, 2013

Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve tops Valle

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve won the battle of Ste. Genevieve last night, in three sets over the visiting Valle Lady Warriors

The varsity scores: 23-25, 25-22, 25-27

Ste. Genevieve improves to 13-10-2.

Valle falls to 17 wins, 7 losses, 1 tie and in the MAAA Conference: 2 wins, 1 loss

Valle's junior varsity won 25-22, 25-27 and 25-17.

The Ste. Genevieve freshmen won 25-12 and 25-21.

Ste. Genevieve plays Fredericktown tonight.

Valle hosts Caledonia tonight.

Individual stats:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (12 points)

2. Courtney Huck (11 points, 1 ace)

3. Sydnie Weiler (11 points)

4. Megan Abt (2 points, 1 ace)

5. Cassandra Moulton (2 points)

6. Maria Hermann (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (14 kills)

2. Ally Doza (6 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

4. Josie Meyer (3 kills)

5. Sydnie Weiler (2 kills)

6. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

7. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 7 assists)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (6 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (5 assists)

4. Cassandra Moulton (4 assists)

5. Michaela Operle (3 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (21 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (12 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (8 digs)

4. Megan Abt (6 digs)

5. Michaela Operle (6 digs)

6. Courtney Huck (5 digs)

7. Maria Hermann (5 digs)

8. Ally Doza (5 digs)

9. Mackenzie Wiplfer (4 digs)

10. Josie Meyer (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (20 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (10 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (10 receptions)

4. Maria Hermann (9 receptions)

5. Cassandra Moulton (5 receptions)

6. Josie Meyer (4 receptions)

7. Ally Doza (3 receptions)

8. Sydnie Weiler (2 receptions)

9. Courtney Huck (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (12 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (8 assists)

3. Coco Kertz (2 assists)

4. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

5. Courtney Huck (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGMS 8th grade wins

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's eighth graders defeated their opponent in the MAAA Conference Tournament 25-16 and 25-21.

Football: SGHS JV tops Fredericktown

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve junior varsity downed Fredericktown 22-0.

October 14, 2013

Football: Valle tops New Madrid for homecoming

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Justin Roth scored 5 TD's as state ranked Valle Catholic celebrated homecoming with a 48-14 win over New Madrid Friday night in Ste. Gen.

Roth scooped up a fumble for a 60-yard TD return and it was 7-0 Valle with 10:28 in the first.

A Conner Basler interception led to the Warriors second score. Tyler Fallert finished off the 5-play 98-yard drive with a 5-yard TD run and Valle led 14-0 with 4:02 in the first.

Nolan Wood's 22-yard TD pass to Roth with 1:02 in the first made it 21-0.

"Justin is one of our fastest players. He can take it to the house," said Warrior coach Judd Naeger.

Justin Roth was named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game. The award is sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

The Warriors Logan Tucker recovered an Eagle fumble at the New Madrid 33 setting up a 10-yard TD by Roth that increased the Valle lead to 28-0 with 4:33 in the second.

Valle went up 35-0 after Wood found Roth for a 46-yard score with 2:20 left in the half.

"We were able to get some big plays on them when they loaded up the box," Naeger said.

With 33-seconds left before the break the Eagles scored on a 58-yard TD pass.

Another TD catch by Roth with 1.4 seconds in the half allowed Valle a 41-6 halftime lead.

Fallert finished off a 71-yard drive in the third with his second TD of the game and it was 48-6 with 6:14 remaining.

The Eagles added a 6-yard TD with 9:12 left.

New Madrid rushed for 171 yards in the game on 30 carries but managed only 69 yards passing catching 3 of 12 tosses.

Valle ran for 233 yards on 26 carries while Wood was 7 of 9 thru the air for 177 yards.

The Warriors now 7-0 and 4-0 in league will travel to Herculaneum this Friday night.

The Blackcats won the conference championship last season when the upset Valle 41-39 in Ste. Genevieve.

The Warriors had a 21-7 lead at the half but the Blackcats turned the game in their favor after Valle quarterback Nolan Wood left the game with a concussion early in the second half.

It was Valle's first-ever loss in the small school division of the Jefferson County Conference.

"I think the kids will remember that and will be excited to play for the conference championship this season," Naeger said.

Herculaneum is 3-4 on the year and 2-3 in league play this season. They have wins over Scott City (13-0), Grandview (40-18) and Crystal City (35-20). They have lost to Northwest (24-20), Jefferson (66-30), St. Vincent (20-14) and St. Pius (50-8).

Football: Ste. Genevieve handles Fredericktown 42-0

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Brendan Dallas scored 4 TD's to lead the Ste. Gen Dragons to a 42-0 win at Fredericktown Friday night.

The senior running back scored twice in the first quarter. He ran in from 8-yards out and it was 7-0 with 6:12 in the first. With 1:37 left in the period he scored from 3-yards out and it was 14-0 Ste. Gen.

Dallas picked off a Blackcat pass to set up the Dragons next score.

Anthony Roe capped off the 58-yard drive with a 39-yard burst and it was 21-0 with 4:27 in the second.

Ste. Gen added two more scores before the half.

An interception by George Steagall led to a TD pass to Dallas from Matt Drury and it was 28-0 with 3:41 in the half.

Ste. Gen made it 35-0 when Drury found Clayton Naeger from 5-yards out.

Playing under a continuous clock in the second half the Dragons added their final score. .

Dallas broke a 50-yard TD run to make it 42-0 with 3:17 left in the game.

Dallas ran for 133 yards on 21 carries and added another 62 yards on 4 catches.

Ste Gen ran for 227 yards and passed for another 136.

Fredericktown managed only 144 yards on the ground and theywere limited to 15 yards in the air.

Ste. Gen now 5-2 with a 4-1 conference mark will play at DeSoto Friday night. The Jefferson County Dragons are 1-6 on the year. Their lone win was over Windsor (26-8). They have lost to Pacific (28-21), St. Clair (32-22). North County (53-33), Festus (37-0), Union (46-6) and Hillsboro (48-13).

Cross Country: Ste. Genevieve wins conference meet

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve's girls came in first in the conference meet at Potosi Saturday.

Taylor Werner won the race, Mia Jerman came in second, Mallory Koller was third, Amy Huck was fourth, Shelby Werner was fifth and Maggie Flieg was 15th.

Andrew Moore won the boys race.

Sarah Moore came in first in the girls division of the Potosi Middle School Invitational.

Boys Varsity Standings:

1. Potosi - 42; 2. Notre Dame - 51; 3. Festus - 60; 4. Arcadia Valley - 110; 5. Ste. Genevieve - 145; 6. Hillsboro - 156; 7. Farmington - 203; 8. Pacific - 204; 9. Jefferson - 213; 10. Steelville - 216; 11. De Soto - 255.

Girls Varsity Standings:

1. Ste. Genevieve - 15; 2. Notre Dame - 74; 3. Potosi - 96; 4. Farmington - 107; 5. Festus - 108; 6. Pacific - 163; 7. Arcadia Valley - 173; 8. Valle Catholic - 191; 9. North County - 253.

Local Individual Boys (Top 40):

Ste. Genevieve: 1. Andrew Moore - 16:14; 26. Nathaniel Ogden - 18:23; 27. Schuyler Ogden - 18:24. 49. Blake Engel - 19:57.

Valle Catholic: 12. Calvin Colvis - 17:42; 15. Matthew Naeger - 17:57.

Local Individual Girls (Top 40):

Ste. Genevieve - 1. Taylor Werner - 17:14; 2. Mia Jerman - 18:56; 3. Mallory Koller - 19:27; 4. Amy Huck - 19:46; 5. Shelby Werner - 19:48; 15. Maggie Flieg - 21:37.

Valle Catholic - 19. Sally Heil - 21:48.

October 11, 2013

Volleyball: Valle wins at Arcadia Valley

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle won at Arcadia Valley last night in three sets: 25-18, 22-25 and 25-21.

The Lady Warriors improve to 17-6-1 and are now 2-1 in the MAAA Conference.

They play at Ste. Genevieve Monday with the freshmen getting things started at 5 p.m.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (11 points, 2 aces)

2. Courtney Huck (5 points, 2 aces)

3. Sydnie Weiler (5 points)

4. Cassandra Moulton (4 points, 2 aces)

5. Coco Kertz (3 points, 1 ace)

6. Maria Hermann (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (19 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (12 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (4 kills)

4. Ally Doza (4 kills)

5. Josie Meyer (3 kills)

6. Susan Roth (1 kill)

7. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

8. Susan Roth (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (3 solos, 3 assists)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (6 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (4 assists)

4. Ally Doza (1 solo, 1 assist)

5. Courtney Friedman (1 assist)

6. Cassandra Moulton (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (11 digs)

2. Coco Kertz (11 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (7 digs)

4. Megan Abt (6 digs)

5. Michaela Operle (6 digs)

6. Ally Doza (5 digs)

7. Mackenzie Wiplfer (4 digs)

8. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

9. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (14 receptions)

2. Marai Hermann (12 receptions)

3. Cassandra Moulton (7 receptions)

4. Megan Abt (6 receptions)

5. Michaela Operle (5 receptions)

6. Ally Doza (5 receptions)

7. Josie Meyer (2 receptions)

8. Sydnie Weiler (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (15 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (12 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (5 assists)

4. Courtney Friedman (2 assists)

5. Megan Abt (1 assist)

6. Michaela Operle (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGHS splits with Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve split with Potosi.

The varsity won 25-15 and 25-10 to improve to 12-10-2 on the season and 1-2 in the MAAA conference.

The junior varsity lost 25-8, 19-25 and 23-25.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Valle Monday beginning with the freshmen at 5 p.m.

Middle School Football: SGMS scores a pair of wins

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School scored a pair of wins over Fredericktown.

The seventh graders won 46-20 and the eighth graders won 32-6.

October 9, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops West County

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle downed West County 25-11, 25-17 to improve to 16 wins, 6 losses, 1 tie and 1 win, 1 loss in the MAAA.

The Lady Warriors play Arcadia Valley Thursday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (12 points, 6 aces)

2. Sydnie Weiler (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Vanessa Roth (4 points)

4. Courtney Huck (3 points, 1 ace)

5. Michaela Operle (3 points)

6. Abby Fischer (2 points, 1 ace)

7. Cassandra Moulton (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (6 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (5 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

4. Cassandra Moulton (3 kills)

5. Susan Roth (2 kills)

6. Ally Doza (1 kill)

7. Claire Schweigert (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 assists)

2. Josie Meyer (3 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (5 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (4 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (4 digs)

4. Coco Kertz (3 digs)

5. Michaela Operle (3 digs)

6. Mackenzie Wiplfer (3 digs)

7. Megan Abt (3 digs)

8. Ally Doza (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (7 receptions)

2. Megan Abt (5 receptions)

3. Maria Hermann (4 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Abby Fischer (8 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (7 assists)

3. Cassandra Moulton (6 assists)

Volleyball: Ste. Gen falls to North County

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Ste. Genevieve varsity lost to North County last night in straight sets 22-25 and 20-25 to fall to 11-10-2 and 0-2 in the MAAA Conference.

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The junior varsity won 25-19, 21-25 and 26-24.

The Hunters host Potosi Thursday for junior varsity and varsity games only.

Volleyball: SGMS tops Fredericktown, twice

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve Middle School scored a pair of wins over Fredericktown.

The seventh graders won 25-15 and 27-25.

The eighth graders won 25-20 and 25-17.

Cross Country: SGMS runs at meet

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve Middle School ran in a meet on Tuesday.

There were no team scores released.

Individually

Girls:

S. Moore, 1st.

M. Klein, 16th

K. Brewer, 53rd

P. Bieser, 54th

Boys

J. Pinkley, 6th

C. Vaeth, 8th

S. Grass, 10th

D. Toombs, 17th

M. Upchurch, 32nd.

Freshman Football: Ste. Gen falls to Valle

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to Valle 23-22.

October 8, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Windsor

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic defeated the visiting Windsor Lady Owls 27-25 and 25-17 last night.

Valle improves to 15 wins, 6 losses, 1 tie and remains 0-1 in the MAAA.

The Lady Warriors host the West County Lady Bulldogs tonight.

Individual stats:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (10 points, 2 aces)

2. Megan Abt (5 points)

3. Cassandra Moulton (4 points)

4. Sydnie Weiler (3 points)

5. Maria Hermann (3 points, 1 ace)

6. Courtney Huck (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (10 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (7 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

4. Josie Meyer (2 kills)

5. Ally Doza (1 kill)

6. Sydnie Weiler (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 2 assists)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (13 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (10 digs)

3. Michaela Operle (6 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (4 digs)

5. Maria Hermann (4 digs)

6. Mackenzie Wiplfer (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (14 receptions)

2. Maria Hermann (7 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (7 receptions)

4. Michaela Operle (3 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (9 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (8 assists)

3. Courtney Friedman (3 assists)

Volleyball: Hunters drop two to Bismarck

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost both their varsity and junior varsity games with Bismarck last night.

The varsity lost 13-25, 25-23 and 15-25.

The junior varsity lost 24-26 and 16-25.

The Hunters fall to 11-9-2 and will play at North County tonight.

Volleyball: SGMS drops two to Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School lost both their games with Farmington last night.

The seventh graders fell 25-18, 15-25 and 17-25.

The eighth graders lost 12-25 and 23-25.

October 7, 2013

Football: Ste. Genevieve tops Perryville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve High School Dragons celebrated homecoming Friday night with a 67-0 win over the Perryville High School Pirates.

The Dragons scored on their first 10 possessions as they improved to 4-2 and 3-1 in conference play.

The loss left PHS 2-4 and 0-4 in league action.

"It was important for us to come out and take control early," said a relaxed Ste. Gen coach Bob Stolzer.

The Dragons scored on their first possession as they went 68 yards in only 4 plays. Anthony Roe finished off the drive with a 26-yard TD run as Ste. Gen went up 7-0 just a 1:17 into the game.

Ste. Gen added three more scores in the first quarter.

After blocking a punt and recovering at the Pirate 30 it was 13-0 after Matt Drury hit Clayton Naeger on a 25-yard TD pass with 9:36 in the first.

A 9-yard TD run by Brendan Dallas gave the Dragons a 19-0 lead with 6:34 in the period.

Dallas added the second of his four TD's in the game on a one-yard run with 16 second left in the first as Ste Gen went ahead 27-0.

The Dragons matched their first quarter scoring with 4 more TD's in the second quarter.

Roe caught a 33-yard TD pass with 10:05 in the second and it was 34-0.

Drury found Naeger again with a 33-yard TD pass with 8:27 in the period and it was 41-0.

Dallas ran in from 12 yards out to make it 47-0 at the 5:16 mark of the second.

A 39 yard TD run by Luke Gettinger made it 53-0 with 2:28 before the half.

"It was homecoming but the kids played with emotion and they were focused too," Stolzer said.

The Dragons added scores in each of the final two period that were played with a continuous clock.

With 4:11 in the third, Dallas added a 12-yard TD run and Gettinger scored from two yards out with 7:19 in the fourth for the 67-0 final.

"When you score that many points and keep them off the board you had to be doing something right," Stolzer said.

"It was a good chance to give some of our younger kids playing time too and we played everybody tonight," the Ste. Gen coach added.

"We had some penalties but they are correctible. We did an awful lot of good things too", Stolzer said.

The Dragons rolled up 545 yards of offense while holding the Pirates to 151 yards.

Dallas led the way with 12 carries for 140 yards and 4 scores. Roe ran for 77 yards on 6 carries and Gettinger added 55 yards on 4 carries.

Dallas was named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Cody Crawford led PHS with 68 yards on 13 carries.

PHS will play at state ranked Park Hills Friday night. The Rebels are 6-0 and lead the conference with a 4-0 mark.

Park Hills has wins over Sullivan (3-0), North County (34-7), Fredericktown (25-0) Maplewood (25-0), Ste Gen (17-14) and Potosi (34-0).

Last year the Rebels won 27-0.

The Dragons will travel to Fredericktown this Friday night. The Blackcats are coming off a 29-12 win over Maplewood. Fredericktown is 3-3 overall with a 2-2 league mark.

The Blackcats also have wins over Kennett (2-14) and PHS (42-0). Their losses have been to Hillsboro (28-14), Potosi (28-7) and Park Hills (25-0).

"They will be scrappy and we will have to be ready, " Stolzer said.

Ste Gen won last year 50-29.

Football: Valle dominates Jefferson R-7

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle Catholic took its game to the next level as they dominated Jefferson R-7 on both offense and defense Friday night in Ste. Genevieve and the result was a 56-8 victory.

It was the state's top ranked class one team's sixth win of the season. The unbeaten Warriors are now 4-0 in conference.

Jefferson came into the game leading the state in rushing with 2,474 yards over their first 5 games but Valle's starting defense stuffed their running attack holding them without a first down thru most of the first half. Jefferson managed only 35 yards rushing in the first half on 26 carries.

Valle's offense was equally impressive. The Warriors led 42-0 at the half.

Tyler Fallert had TD runs of 25 and 3-yards as the Warriors led 14-0 with 6:59 in the first.

With 12 seconds left in the first Nolan Wood fournd Conner Basler for a 17-yard score and Valle led 21-0 after the first.

Justin Roth hauled in a 39 yard pass from Wood in the second to set up his 1-yard TD run that but Valle up 28-0 with 10:59 in the second.

Garrett Jaegers 61-yard TD run with 4:02 in the second made it 35-0.

Fallerts third TD with 2:00 before the break gave Valle a running clock in the second half.

Jefferson got on the board with 3:33 in the third and after a successful two-point conversion it was 42-8.

Fallert who ran for 147 yards answered with his fourth score a 61-yard TD burst that restored the continuous clock.

Sophomore quarterback Nick Oberle's 13-yard TD scamper in the fourth rounded out the scoring.

Wood finished 9 of 13 thru the air for 174 yards and 2 scores.

Valle will celebrate their homecoming this Friday night hosting New Madrid.

New Madrid is coming off a 21-20 win over Dexter. They also have wins over Kennett (40-21) and Charleston (22-8). Their losses have been to Malden (12-0), Sikeston (29-0) and Caruthersville (42-0).

The game will be broadcast on KBDZ 931 FM and kbdz931.com this Friday night.

Volleyball: Valle wins Bronze Bracket at Perryville Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle won the Bronze Bracket.

The Lady Warriors scored a 25-21 and 25-18 win over Bloomfield for the win.

Earlier Valle scored a 25-10 and 25-16 win over Fredericktown in the semifinal contest.

In Pool Play Valle downed Cape Central 25-15 and 25-12; lost to Bishop Du Bourg 20-25 and 18-25, split with Arcadia Valley 25-15 and 31-33 and fell to Park Hills 23-25 and 22-25.

The Lady Warriors improve to 14-6-1 on the season and remain at 0-1 in MAAA Conference.

Valle hosts Windsor tonight.

Individual results:

Volleyball Results

Valle Catholic vs Cape Central ---> at Perryville

Perryville Tournament

Pool Play – Match #1

10/5/13

Varsity Scores: 25-15, 25-12

Season Record to Date: 12 wins, 4 losses

MAAA Conference Record: 0 wins, 1 loss

Next Opponent: Dubourg @ Perryville Tournament on 10/5/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (15 points, 2 aces)

2. Abby Fischer (4 points, 1 ace)

3. Vanessa Roth (3 points)

4. Cassandra Moulton (1 point)

5. Maria Hermann (1 point)

6. Megan Abt (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (10 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (3 kills)

4. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

5. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

6. Courtney Friedman (1 kill)

7. Coco Kertz (1 kill)

8. Susan Roth (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 solos, 6 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (1 solo, 5 assists)

3. Michaela Operle (1 solo, 1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (8 digs)

2. Megan Abt (6 digs)

3. Michaela Operle (4 digs)

4. Cassandra Moulton (4 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (3 digs)

6. Coco Kertz (2 digs)

7. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (4 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (4 receptions)

3. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

4. Coco Kertz (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (9 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (4 assists)

3. Abby Fischer (3 assists)

4. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

5. Courtney Friedman (2 assists)

Volleyball Results

Valle Catholic vs Bishop DuBourg ---> at Perryville

Perryville Tournament

Pool Play – Match #2

10/5/13

Varsity Scores: 20-25, 18-25

Season Record to Date: 12 wins, 5 losses

MAAA Conference Record: 0 wins, 1 loss

Next Opponent: Arcadia Valley @ Perryville Tournament on 10/5/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (3 points, 1 ace)

2. Maria Hermann (1 points)

3. Sydnie Weiler (1 point)

4. Cassandra Moulton (1 point)

5. Coco Kertz (1 point)

6. Courtney Huck (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (7 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (5 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (3 kills)

4. Ally Doza (3 kills)

5. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (3 assists)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (6 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (5 digs)

3. Courtney Huck (3 digs)

4. Megan Abt (3 digs)

5. Maria Hermann (3 digs)

6. Sydnie Weiler (3 digs)

7. Michaela Operle (3 digs)

8. Courtney Friedman (2 digs)

9. Ally Doza (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (13 receptions)

2. Coco Kertz (6 receptions)

3. Cassandra Moulton (4 receptions)

4. Michaela Operle (4 receptions)

5. Courtney Huck (2 receptions)

6. Josie Meyer (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (7 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (5 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

4. Courtney Friedman (2 assists)

5. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 assists)

Volleyball Results

Valle Catholic vs Arcadia Valley ---> at Perryville

Perryville Tournament

Pool Play – Match #3

10/5/13

Varsity Scores: 25-15, 31-33

Season Record to Date: 12 wins, 5 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 0 wins, 1 loss

Next Opponent: Park Hills Central @ Perryville Tournament on 10/5/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (5 points)

2. Megan Abt (5 points)

3. Sydnie Weiler (4 points)

4. Cassandra Moulton (2 points)

5. Abby Fischer (2 points)

6. Maria Hermann (2 points)

7. Vanessa Roth (1 point)

8. Ally Doza (1 point)

9. Coco Kertz (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (12 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (8 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (3 kills)

 

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (2 solos, 2 assists)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 3 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (9 digs)

2. Sydnie Weiler (5 digs)

3. Coco Kertz (4 digs)

4. Maria Hermann (4 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

6. Megan Abt (3 digs)

7. Michaela Operle (3 digs)

8. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

9. Vanessa Roth (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (10 receptions)

2. Coco Kertz (3 receptions)

3. Cassandra Moulton (3 receptions)

4. Vanessa Roth (3 receptions)

5. Ally Doza (2 receptions)

6. Abby Fischer (2 receptions)

7. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

8. Michaela Operle (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (8 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (8 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

4. Courtney Friedman (2 assists)

Volleyball Results

Valle Catholic vs Park Hills Central ---> at Perryville

Perryville Tournament

Pool Play – Match #4

10/5/13

Varsity Scores: 23-25, 22-25

Season Record to Date: 12 wins, 6 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 0 wins, 1 loss

Next Opponent: Fredericktown @ Perryville Tournament on 10/5/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (4 points, 1 ace)

2. Maria Hermann (3 points, 1 ace)

3. Sydnie Weiler (3 points)

4. Michaela Operle (3 points)

5. Courtney Huck (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (4 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (2 kills)

3. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

4. Michaela Operle (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 2 assists)

2. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (4 digs)

2. Sydnie Weiler (4 digs)

3. Coco Kertz (3 digs)

4. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (2 digs)

6. Michaela Operle (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (9 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (4 receptions)

3. Cassandra Moulton (4 receptions)

4. Ally Doza (4 receptions)

5. Coco Kertz (2 receptions)

6. Megan Abt (2 receptions)

7. Josie Meyer (2 receptions)

8. Emmy Fischer (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (5 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (3 assists)

Volleyball Results

Valle Catholic vs Fredericktown ---> at Perryville

Perryville Tournament

Bronze Bracket – Semifinals

10/5/13

Varsity Scores: 25-10, 25-16

Season Record to Date: 13 wins, 6 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 0 wins, 1 loss

Next Opponent: Bloomfield @ Perryville Tournament on 10/5/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (15 points, 2 aces)

2. Coco Kertz (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Maria Hermann (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Sydnie Weiler (5 points)

5. Abby Fischer (3 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (9 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (5 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

4. Ally Doza (3 kills)

5. Josie Meyer (2 kills)

6. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

7. Susan Roth (2 kills)

8. Abby Fischer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 solos, 1 assist)

2. Michaela Operle (1 solo, 1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (9 digs)

2. Maria Hermann (6 digs)

3. Coco Kertz (5 digs)

4. Michaela Oplerle (4 digs)

5. Cassandra Moulton (3 digs)

6. Vanessa Roth (3 digs)

7. Courtney Huck (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (9 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (4 receptions)

3. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

4. Abby Fischer (2 receptions)

5. Megan Abt (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (12 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (6 assists)

3. Abby Fischer (5 assists)

4. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

5. Claire Schweigert (2 assists)

Volleyball Results

Valle Catholic vs Bloomfield ---> at Perryville

Perryville Tournament

Bronze Bracket – Championship

10/5/13

Varsity Scores: 25-21, 25-18

Season Record to Date: 14 wins, 6 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 0 wins, 1 loss

Next Opponent: Windsor Lady Owls @ Valle Catholic on 10/7/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (8 points, 2 aces)

2. Courtney Huck (4 points)

3. Sydnie Weiler (4 points)

4. Maria Hermann (3 points)

5. Susan Roth (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Ally Doza (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wiplfer (12 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (3 kills)

4. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

5. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

6. Ally Doza (1 kill)

7. Susan Roth (1 kill)

8. Sydnie Weiler (1 kill)

9. Courtney Friedman (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (4 assists)

2. Josie Meyer (3 assists)

3. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (8 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (7 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (4 digs)

4. Mackenzie Wipfler (4 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

6. Vanessa Roth (2 digs)

7. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (11 receptions)

2. Maria Hermann (7 receptions)

3. Cassandra Moulton (6 receptions)

4. Vanessa Roth (3 receptions)

5. Michaela Operle (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (10 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (6 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (4 assists)

October 4, 2013

Volleyball: Valle falls to Bismarck

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle lost to Bismarck 15-25 and 17-25 to fall to 11-4 overall and 0-1 in the MAAA Conference.

Valle plays in the Perryville Tournament Saturday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (4 points)

2. Cassandra Moulton (2 points)

3. Coco Kertz (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (5 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (4 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (1 solos, 2 assists)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (10 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (10 digs)

3. Coco Kertz (8 digs)

4. Cassandra Moulton (6 digs)

5. Maria Hermann (4 digs)

6. Ally Doza (4 digs)

7. Sydnie Weiler (4 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (15 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (12 receptions)

3. Coco Kertz (8 receptions)

4. Cassandra Moulton (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (10 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (5 assists)

Football: SGMS beats Potosi twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste Genevieve Middle School won both their games with Potosi last night.

The seventh graders won 28-6.

The eighth graders won 34-6.

Volleyball: SGHS falls to Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost all three games at Farmington.

The freshmen lost 22-25 and 15-25.

The junior varsity lost 25-23, 18-25 and 13-25.

The varsity lost 25-18, 15-25 and 23-25.

The varsity record falls to 11-8-2.

The Hunters have junior varsity and varsity games at home against Bismarck Monday at 6 p.m.

October 3, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Perryville

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle defeated Perryville 25-18 and 26-24 to improve to 11-3.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (9 points, 1 ace)

2. Sydnie Weiler (6 points, 1 ace)

3. Cassandra Moulton (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Coco Kertz (4 points)

5. Michaela Operle (3 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (15 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (3 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 solos, 5 assists)

2. Courtney Huck (3 solos, 2 assists)

3. Cassandra Moulton (3 assists)

4. Courtney Friedman (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Michaela Operle (11 digs)

2. Megan Abt (7 digs)

3. Coco Kertz (5 digs)

4. Cassandra Moulton (5 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

6. Ally Doza (4 digs)

7. Courtney Friedman (3 digs)

8. Sydnie Weiler (3 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (10 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (9 receptions)

3. Coco Kertz (3 receptions)

4. Ally Doza (2 receptions)

5. Cassandra Moulton (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (14 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (7 assists)

The freshmen Lady Warriors and the junior varsity Lady Warriors each won in straight sets.

Next up: Valle hosts the Bismarck Lady Indians tonight.

Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve tops Grandview

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve downed Grandview twice last night.

The varsity won 25-13 and 25-17 to improve to 11-7-2.

The junior varsity won 25-13 and 25-19.

The Hunters play at Farmington today with the freshmen getting things started at 5.

Volleyball: Valle to play in Perryville Tournament

PERRYVILLE – Valle will be among 20 teams participating in the Perryville Tournament Saturday.

Pool play will consist of two games to 25 points. All pool will start with a score of 4-4.

Teams finishing first and second in each pool will advance to the gold bracket. Third-place finishers in each pool will advance to the silver bracket and fourth-place finishers in each pool will advance to the bronze bracket. Fifth-place finishers will not qualify for bracket-play.

Bracket-play will be best two out of three games to 25 points with the score starting at 0-0.

Pool A at Perryville High School

1. Jackson

2. Bernie

3. Sikeston

4. Perryville

5. Eminence

Jackson vs. Perryville, 8:30 a.m.

Bernie vs. Sikeston, 9:15 a.m.

Perryville vs. Eminence, 10 a.m.

Jackson vs. Sikeston, 10:45 a.m.

Bernie vs. Eminence, 11:30 a.m.

Sikeston vs. Perryville, 12:15 p.m.

Jackson vs. Bernie, 1 p.m.

Sikeston vs. Eminence, 1:45 p.m.

Bernie vs. Perryville, 2:30 p.m.

Eminence vs. Jackson, 3:15 p.m.

Pool B at Perryville Middle School

1. Saxony Lutheran

2. Scott City

3. St. Pius X

4. Fredericktown

5. DeSoto

Saxony Lutheran vs. Fredericktown, 8:30 a.m.

Scott City vs. St. Pius X, 9:15 a.m.

Fredericktown vs. DeSoto, 10 a.m.

Saxony Lutheran vs. St. Pius X, 10:45 a.m.

Scott City vs. DeSoto, 11:30 a.m.

Fredericktown vs. St. Pius, 12:15 p.m.

Saxony Lutheran vs. Scott City, 1 p.m.

St. Pius X vs. DeSoto, 1:45 p.m.

Scott City vs. Fredericktown, 2:30 p.m.

Saxony Lutheran vs. DeSoto, 3:15 p.m.

Pool C at St. Vincent High School

1. St. Vincent

2. Lesterville

3. Bloomfield

4. Bismarck

5. Charleston

St. Vincent vs. Bismarck, 8:30 a.m.

Lesterville vs. Bloomfield, 9:15 a.m.

Bismarck vs. Charleston, 10 a.m.

St. Vincent vs. Bloomfield, 10:45 a.m.

Lesterville vs. Charleston, 11:30 a.m.

Bismarck vs. Bloomfield, 12:15 p.m.

St. Vincent vs. Lesterville, 1 p.m.

Bloomfield vs. Charleston, 1:45 p.m.

Lesterville vs. Bismarck, 2:30 p.m.

St. Vincent vs. Charleston, 3:15 p.m.

Pool D at Immanuel Lutheran Gym

1. Cape Central

2. Park Hills

3. Arcadia Valley

4. Valle Catholic

5. Bishop DuBourg

Cape Central vs. Valle Catholic, 8:30 a.m.

Park Hills vs. Arcadia Valley, 9:15 a.m.

Valle Catholic vs. Bishop DuBourg, 10 a.m.

Cape Central vs. Arcadia Valley, 10:45 a.m.

Park Hills vs. Bishop DuBourg, 11:30 a.m.

Arcadia Valley vs. Valle Catholic, 12:15 p.m.

Cape Central vs. Park Hills, 1 p.m.

Arcadia Valley vs. Bishop DuBourg, 1:45 p.m.

Park Hills Central vs. Valle Catholic, 2:30 p.m.

Cape Central vs. Bishop DuBourg, 3:15 p.m.

GOLD BRACKET

Quarterfinals

Game 1: No. 1 Pool A vs. No. 2 Pool C, 4:15 p.m. at Perryville H.S.

Game 2: No. 1 Pool D vs. No. 2 Pool B, 5:15 p.m. at Perryville H.S.

Game 3: No. 1 Pool B vs. No. 2 Pool D, 4:15 p.m. at Perryville M.S.

Game 4: No. 1 Pool C vs. No. 2 Pool A, 5:15 p.m. at Perryville M.S.

Semifinals

Game 5: Game 1 Winner vs. Game 2 Winner, 6:15 p.m. at Perryville H.S.

Game 6: Game 3 Winner vs. Game 4 Winner, 6:15 p.m. at Perryville M.S.

Championship

Game 7: Game 5 Winner vs. Game 6 Winner, 7:15 p.m. at Perryville H.S.

SILVER BRACKET

Semifinals

Game 1: No. 3 Pool A vs. No. 3 Pool C, 4:15 p.m. at St. Vincent

Game 2: No. 3 Pool B vs. No. 3 Pool D, 5:15 p.m. at St. Vincent

Championship

Game 3: Game 1 Winner vs. Game 2 Winner, 6:15 p.m. at St. Vincent

BRONZE BRACKET

Semifinals

Game 1: No. 4 Pool A vs. No. 4 Pool C, 4:15 p.m. at Immanuel

Game 2: No. 4 Pool B vs. No. 4 Pool D, 5:15 p.m. at Immanuel

Championship

Game 3: Game 1 Winner vs. Game 2 Winner, 6:15 p.m. at Immanuel

Softball: SGHS has two on All Conference Team

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Paige Porter and Ashley Viox were named to the MAAA All Conference Second Team.

October 2, 2013

Volleyball: SGMS 7th graders win Jefferson R-7 tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Ste. Genevieve Middle School seventh grade volleyball team recently won the Jefferson R-7 7th Grade Volleyball Tournament.  The girls didn't lose a set the entire tourney. 

The SGMS seventh grade volleyball team: (front row, from left), Julia Koetting, Brooke Weiler, Jennifer Humbolt, Manager Jaida Greminger, (second row), Haley Grass, Rachel Bauman, Macie Manshack, (third row), Coach Bethany Drumm, Coach Kristina Bunyard, (fourth row), Sara McDonald, Ciarra Jacob, Shawna Wertman, Emma Flieg and Gracie Thomure

Volleyball: SGMS teams defeat Bismarck

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School downed Bismarck twice last night.

The 7th graders won 25-10 and 25-10.

The 8th graders won 24-26, 25-11 and 25-11.

Football: Ste. Genevieve freshmen top Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste Genevieve freshmen defeated Park Hills 44-36.

Cross Country: Taylor Werner is nationally ranked

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Taylor Werner is nationally ranked.

She is ranked fourth in the nation according to the Saucony rankings

http://usa.milesplit.com/articles/112163-saucony-elite-50-individual-girls-rankings-week-3#.UkwRx18o7IU

She is ranked second in the nation according to the DyeStat rankings

http://www.dyestat.com/gprofile.php?mgroup_id=44531&do=news&news_id=180352

October 1, 2013

Volleyball: SGMS tops North County twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Both Ste. Genevieve Middle School teams won their games with North County last night.

The seventh graders won 25-17 and 25-19.

The eighth graders won 25-18 and 25-13.

September 30, 2013

Football: SGHS falls to PHC 17-14

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Park Hills Central Rebels held on to defeat the Ste. Gen Dragons 17-14 Friday night in Ste. Genevieve.

The Dragons had a chance with six seconds to play to tie the game but a 45-yard field goal by Clayton Naeger fell short.

"He came over and said one of their guys got a hand on it," said Ste. Gen coach Bob Stolzer.

"It was within his range. He kicks 50-yarders in practice," Stolzer said.

The Rebels took their first lead of the game lead in the third quarter after an 18-play 76-yard drive. D. J. Buckhanan ran in from a yard out with 1:05 to put Central up 17-14. The Sophomore was the work horse for the Rebels and he finished with 175 yards on 33 carries.

Ste. Gen scored first in the game. After a Matt Drury interception at the Central 44 the Dragons scored in ten plays. Brendan Dallas ran in from 5-yards out to give Ste. Gen a 7-0 lead with 4:25 in the first.

Park Hills answered with 7:59 in the second. Buckhanan finished off a 4-play 42-yard drive with a 19-yard TD run to make it 7-7.

Ste. Gen regained the lead with 2:57 to play in the half as Drury scored on a 13-yard TD run after a 65-yard drive and it was 14-7.

QB Matt Drury was named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure, McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Park Hills dropped a pass in the end zone with 13-seconds to play in the half and on a fourth and ten with 3-seconds left settled for a 28-yard field goal to make the score 14-10 at the break.

The Rebels rushed for 262 yards in the game completing only one pass for 8 yards.

Ste. Gen had 196 yards of total offense and most of it also came on the ground. Drury was only 3 of 7 for 31 yards in the air and was sacked 5 times.

Dallas led the attack with 72 yards on 18 carries and one score. Drury ran 21 times for 70 yards and one TD.

Stolzer said it was an emotional night for his players.

"We learned right after the school song that one of our seniors had been killed in a tragic (farm) accident. He didn't play football but was an athlete and close friend of many of our players."

"Both sides got a little banged up in this one. It was a physical game," Stolzer said.

The Dragon mentor said his team is hoping for a rematch in the class three playoffs.

It was Central's second straight win over the Dragons as they improved to 5-0 and 3-0 in conference.

The loss left the Dragons 3-2 and 2-1 in conference. Ste. Gen will host PHS for homecoming this Friday.

The Pirates are 2-3 on the season and 1-3 in conference. They come into the game off a 34-12 loss at Maplewood. They have wins over East Prarie (26-12) and Lift for Life (19-6). Their other two losses were to Potosi (27-0) and Fredericktown (48-0).

Last year Ste. Gen beat PHS 48-7.

The 7:00 pm game will be broadcast on KBDZ 931 and kbdz931.com.

Football: Valle shuts out Grandview

Valle Catholic blanked the Owls at Grandview Friday night 48-0.

It was the Warriors fourth shutout of the season as they improved to 5-0 and 3-0 in conference.

Valle raced to a 35-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and led 42-0 at the half.

Justin Roth scored two TD's as he rushed for one score and took a pass for another.

Tyler Fallert added another rushing TD.

The Warriors final score came on an interception return late in the game.

The Warriors are the state's top ranked class one team.

Grandview fell to 1-4 and 0-2 in league play.

Valle will host Jefferson this Friday night. The Blue Jays are an improving program and are 4-1 on the year. They have wins over JFK (52-32), Clevland (63-34), Herculaneum (66-30) and Crystal City (54-27). They lost to St. Pius (44-36).

Last year Valle won 48-14.

Cross Country: SGHS girls first, boys second at Hancock

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve girls won (63) the Class 4 Division of the Hancock Invitational Saturday.

Taylor Werner finished in first place (17:43).

The Ste. Genevieve boys came in 11th (289) in the Class 3 Division.

Ben Naeger came in second (16:46).

CLASS 4 GIRLS

Team: 1. Ste. Genevieve 63, 2. Eureka 98, 3. Lafayette 151, 4. Edwardsville 155, 5. Festus 158, 6. Ladue 178, 7. Jefferson City 181, 8. Howell 184, 9. West Plains 206, 10. Parkway West 216, 11. Parkway Central 280, 12. Summit 319, 13. Cor Jesu 356, 14. Fort Zumwalt South 393, 15. Mehlville 399, 16. St. Joseph's 405, 17. Kirkwood 416, 18. Fort Zumwalt West 462, 19. Northwest 503, 20. Farmington 520, 21. Ursuline 622

Top 15 individuals: 1. Taylor Werner, Ste. Genevieve, 17:43; 2. Jamie Kempfer, Festus, 18:42; 3. Hannah Long, Eureka, 18:51; 4. Maddy Brown, Parkway West, 19:04; 5. Mia Jerman, Ste. Genevieve, 19:05; 6. Maddi Leigh, Howell, 19:16; 7. Sarah Nicholson, Lafayette, 19:26; 8. Allie Sweatt, Edwardsville, 19:48; 9. Rachel Yergensen, Eureka, 19:53; 10. Mallory Koller, Ste. Genevieve, 19:59; 11. Sydney O'Brien, Fort Zumwalt South, 20:05; 12. Emily Deeken, Jefferson City, 20:07; 13. Amy Huck, Ste. Genevieve, 20:08; 14. Carolyn White, Festus, 20:09; 15. Hayley Baca, West Plains, 20:12

CLASS 3 BOYS

Team: 1. Cape Notre Dame 58, 2. MICDS 106, 3. Moberly 150, 4. Priory 159, 5. Festus 172, 6. John Burroughs 201, 7. Hannibal 239, 8. St. Dominic 243, 9. St. Clair 269, 10. Hillsboro 279, 11. Ste. Genevieve 289, 12. Centralia 301, 13. St. Mary's 313, 14. Pacific 343, 15. St. Charles West 383, 16. Affton 385, 17. Lutheran South 394, 18. University City 413, 19. Soldan 431, 20. De Soto 457, 21. North County 471

Top 15 individuals: 1. Austin King, Potosi, 16:41; 2. Ben Naeger, Ste. Genevieve, 16:46; 3. Aaron Dugan, Hillsboro, 17:01; 4. Rudy McClellan, Cape Notre Dame, 17:20; 5. Colton Downing, Moberly, 17:27; 6. Nathan Cook, St. Dominic, 17:31; 7. Austin Smith, Potosi, 17:32; 8. Robert Wunderlich, John Burroughs, 17:38; 9. Thomas Gross, Potosi, 17:46; 10. Peter Condie, MICDS, 17:49; 11. Garrett Clark, Moberly, 17:50; 12. Jacob Meadors, Cape Notre dame, 17:50; 13. Brock Kasten, Cape Notre Dame, 17:55; 14. Josh Zoeller, MICDS, 17:57; 15. Andrew Weis, Moberly, 17:57

Ste. Genevieve runs at the Jefferson City Invitational Saturday.

Punt, Pass and Kick results are listed

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The 2013 Ste. Genevieve Jaycee Punt Pass and Kick results have been released:

Girls ages 10 and 11

1st. Brittney Kreitler

2nd. Mackenzie Hogenmiller

3rd. Harlee Boyd

Girls ages 12 and 13

1st. Julia Koetting

Girls ages 14 and 15

1st. Katlyn Kreitler

Boys ages 6 and 7

1st. Wyatt Fallert

2nd. Tyler Gegg

3rd. Gavyn Joggerst

Boys ages 8 and 9

1st. Cole Pfaff

2nd. Chase Fallert

3rd. Braden Coleman

Boys ages 10 and 11

1st. Dacen Carter

2nd. Jayden Gegg

3rd. Logan Pfaff

Boys ages 12 and 13

1st. Logan Gegg

2nd. Austin Kuehn

SGMA News

STE. GENEVIEVE – Student athletes from SGMA attended a seminar in Louisville Kentucky this past weekend taught by nine-time world champion, Olympian and national team Coach Joseph Salim.

left to right-- Kyle Linderer, Cameron Murphy, Nate Jokerst, Megan Linderer. In the back World champion Joesph Salim

Ben Lundy from Kentucky tkd works on head shots with Cameron Murphy from SGMA

The seminar was hosted by Master Sean Ramey at Kentucky taekwondo and fitness.

Softball: SGHS JV places third in the Farmington JV Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's junior varsity came in third in the Farmington JV Tournament.

Volleyball: SGMS 7th graders win tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School seventh graders won the Jefferson R-7 Tournament Saturday.

September 27, 2013

Volleyball: Valle falls to North County

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle lost to North County in three sets last night: 25-19, 22-25 and 18-25 and fell to 10-3 on the season.

The Lady Warriors play at Perryville Wednesday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (9 points, 3 aces)

2. Ally Doza (7 points, 2 aces)

3. Megan Abt (7 points, 1 ace)

4. Courtney Huck (3 points)

5. Michaela Operle (3 points)

6. Cassandra Moulton (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (14 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (9 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (7 kills)

4. Josie Meyer (3 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 3 assists)

2. Josie Meyer (1 solo, 3 assists)

3. Cassandra Moulton (1 solo, 1 assist)

4. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (15 digs)

2. Megan Abt (15 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (12 digs)

4. Michaela Operle (8 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (6 digs)

5. Coco Kertz (5 digs)

6. Ally Doza (4 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (27 receptions)

2. Coco Kertz (10 receptions)

3. Michaela Operle (9 receptions)

4. Ally Doza (5 receptions)

5. Cassandra Moulton (5 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (16 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (13 assists)

Softball: SGHS beats Potosi, twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve downed Potosi twice.

The varsity won 11-2 for Senior Night.

The junior varsity won 8-0 in three.

The Hunters play at Herculaneum Monday.

Football: SGMS splits with Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste Genevieve Middle School split their games with Park Hills last night.

The seventh graders defeated Park Hills 30-16.

It was their first victory ever over the Park Hills team.

The eighth graders lost to Park Hills 40-20

September 26, 2013

Volleyball: SGHS tops SLHS

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won all three games with Saxony Lutheran last night.

The varsity won 25-12, 20-25 and 25-21 to improve to 10-7-2.

The junior varsity won 25-20 and 25-14.

The freshmen won 25-9.

Ste. Genevieve has junior varsity and varsity games at Herculaneum Monday beginning at 6 p.m.

Softball: SGHS falls to De Soto

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost at De Soto 10-0 in five innings.

The Hunters host Potosi today.

It is Senior Night.

The JV game will be played first, followed by the varsity so that parents, grandparents, and student-athletes from other sports may be able to attend.

The JV game will start at 4:30 and the varsity game will start somewhere around 5:45.

September 25, 2013

Volleyball: SGHS splits with St. Pius

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve split with St. Pius last night.

The varsity lost 18-25 and 24-26 to fall to 9-7-2.

The junior varsity won 25-19 and 25-18.

The Hunters host Saxony Lutheran tonight.

The freshmen will play one set at 5 p.m., followed by the Junior Varsity and the Varsity.

Volleyball: SGMS tops Park Hills twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School won both games with Park Hills.

The eighth graders won 20-25, 25-12 and 25-6.

The seventh graders won 25-17 and 25-23.

Softball: SGHS falls to North County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost at North County 5-1.

The junior varsity won 8-5 in seven innings.

The Hunters play at De Soto today at 4:30.

Freshmen Football

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve downed Potosi 49-12.

Cross Country: SGMS boys placed second

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve came in second out of 10 teams in the boys' division of the Ste. Genevieve Middle School Cross Country meet yesterday afternoon.

Individually:

S. Grass came in fourth, J. Pinkley came in seventh, C. Vaeth came in 10th, M. Upchurch was 24th and D. Toombs was 39.

The girl’s team score was not released.

Individually however:

Sarah Moore came in first, M. Klein was 17th, D. Naeger was 27th and P. Beiser was 78th.

September 24, 2013

Volleyball: VHS tops St. Vincent

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle varsity volleyball team defeated St. Vincent in straight sets last night: 26-24 and 25-19.

The win improves the Valle record to 10-2.

Next up: Valle plays at North County Thursday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (10 points, 2 aces)

2. Megan Abt (5 points)

3. Courtney Friedman (5 points)

4. Courtney Huck (4 points, 2 aces)

5. Cassandra Moulton (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (11 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (5 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (3 kills)

4. Ally Doza (3 kills)

5. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 2 assists)

2. Courtney Huck (3 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (3 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (12 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (5 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (5 digs)

4. Mackenzie Wipfler (4 digs)

5. Courtney Friedman (4 digs)

6. Courtney Huck (3 digs)

7. Josie Meyer (2 digs)

8. Cassandra Moulton (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (8 receptions)

2. Megan Abt (8 receptions)

3. Michaela Operle (7 receptions)

4. Courtney Friedman (5 receptions)

5. Courtney Friedman (3 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (10 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (8 assists)

Softball: SGHS tops Saxony Lutheran

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve downed Saxony Lutheran 10-9.

The Hunters play at North County today at 4:30.

Football: SGHS JV tops Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Junior Varsity downed Potosi 44-14.

Volleyball: SGMS splits with West County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School split their games with West County last night.

The seventh graders won in two: 25-17 and 25-18.

The eighth graders lost in three: 25-15, 20-25 and 19-25.

September 23, 2013

Football: Valle defeats Crystal City

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic improved to 4-0 with a 42-0 win over Crystal City in Ste. Genevieve Friday night.

The Warriors opened the scoring when Nolan Wood connected with Garrett Jaegers on a 81-yard TD pass on the first play of the game. But after leading 7-0 with only 18-seconds off the clock the Warriors did not score again until the last four seconds of the half. Wood's 14-yard TD pass to Jarrod Davis gave Valle a 14-0 lead at the half.

Tyler Fallert broke two long TD runs in the third and Conner Basler's 49-yard TD catch gave Valle a 35-0 lead and a continuous clock in the third quarter.

Fallert's 73-yard TD gallop made it 21-0 with 8:00 in the quarter. He then ran for an 81-yard score with 4:00 in the period as Valle went up 28-0.

A 49-yard TD pass to sophomore Conner Basler put the Warriors up 35-0 at the end of three.

Jaegers made it 42-0 on a 36-yard TD run with 3:05 left in the game.

Fallert ran for 208 yards on 12 carries as Valle rushed for 275 yards on 23 carries,

Wood was 6 of 11 for 232 yards passing.

The Hornets ran for 104 yards on 40 carries. They managed to gain another 67 yards in the air on 8 of 14 passing.

It was Valle's second straight shut-out and third of the season.

The Warriors are the top ranked Class one school again.

They will play on the road at Grandview on Friday. Last season Valle topped the Owls 39-12.

Football: Ste. Genevieve tops Potosi

Brendan Dallas scored 3 TD's Friday night as the Ste. Gen Dragons came from behind to earn a 35-20 win in Potosi.

Dallas ran in from 9-yards out in the first quarter as Ste. Gen led 7-0.

But the Trojans took a 14-7 lead by the half.

Anthony Roe scored twice in the third in short yardage situations as the Dragons took a 21-14 lead into the fourth.

Dallas's second rushing TD gave the Dragons a 28-14 lead but the Trojans answered with their own score and it was 28-20.

Dallas scored again with two minutes to play in the game as Ste. Gen improved to 3-1.

Logan Tucker was named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure (right), McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Ste. Gen will host Park Hills (4-0) this Friday night. Last season the Dragons narrowly won (22-21) their conference matchup.

The (7:00 pm) game will be broadcast by KBDZ 931 FM and at kbdz931.com.

Volleyball: Valle wins St. Charles Tournament

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle Volleyball team won the St. Charles Tournament.

The Lady Warriors downed Ft. Zumwalt South 5-22, 25-12; beat Hazelwood West 25-19, 25-17, downed John Burroughs 25-15, 18-25, 25-13, topped Parkway Central in the semifinal round game 25-19, 21-25, 25-23 and then defeated John F. Kennedy 25-23, 25-14 in the championship game.

Valle improves to 9-2 on the season and will play at St. Vincent tonight,

Individual stats:

vs Ft. Zumwalt South

Pool Play – Match #1

Varsity Scores: 25-22, 25-12

Scoring Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (11 points, 5 aces)

2. Sydnie Weiler (3 points)

3. Ally Doza (3 points)

4. Megan Abt (2 points, 2 aces)

5. Courtney Friedman (2 points, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (4 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (3 kills)

3. Ally Doza (1 kill)

4. Courtney Huck (1 kill)

5. Briley Bieser (1 kill)

Digging Leaders:

1. Ally Doza (6 digs)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (5 digs)

3. Michaela Operle (4 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (3 digs)

5. Megan Abt (2 digs)

6. Coco Kertz (2 digs)

7. Courtney Huck (2 digs)

8. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Coco Kertz (3 receptions)

2. Ally Doza (2 receptions)

3. Michaela Operle (2 receptions)

4. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

vs Hazelwood West

Pool Play – Match #2

Varsity Scores: 25-19, 25-17

Scoring Leaders:

1. Cassadra Moulton (8 points, 4 aces)

2. Courtney Friedman (5 points, 2 aces)

3. Sydnie Weiler (5 points)

4. Abby Fischer (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

3. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 kills)

4. Courtney Friedman (1 kill)

5. Susan Roth (1 kill)

6. Ally Doza (1 kill)

Digging Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (5 digs)

2. Cassandra Moulton (5 digs)

3. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

4. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 digs)

5. Michaela Operle (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (6 receptions)

2. Megan Abt (4 receptions)

3. Coco Kertz (2 receptions)

4. Ally Doza (2 receptions)

vs John Burroughs

Pool Play – Match #3

Varsity Scores: 25-15, 18-25, 25-13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (12 points, 2 aces)

2. Courtney Friedman (5 points, 2 aces)

3. Sydnie Weiler (4 points, 1 ace)

4. Cassandra Moulton (4 points)

5. Ally Doza (2 points,1 ace)

6. Susan Roth (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (6 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (6 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (3 kills)

4. Ally Doza (1 kill)

5. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

6. Emmy Fischer (1 kill)

7. Courtney Friedman (1 kill)

8. Sydnie Weiler (1 kill)

Digging Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (5 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (5 digs)

3. Cassandra Moulton (3 digs)

4. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 digs)

5. Megan Abt (2 digs)

6. Ally Doza (2 digs)

7. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Michaela Operle (7 receptions)

2. Ally Doza (5 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (4 receptions)

4. Maria Hermann (3 receptions)

5. Emmy Fischer (2 receptions)

vs Parkway Central

Semifinal Match

Varsity Scores: 25-19, 21-25, 25-23

Scoring Leaders:

1. Cassandra (8 points, 5 aces)

2. Courtney Huck (6 points, 2 aces)

3. Sydnie Weiler (6 points, 1 ace)

4. Courtney Friedman (6 points)

5. Megan Abt (3 points)

6. Michaela Operle (2 points)

7. Coco Kertz (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (12 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

4. Courtney Friedman (1 kill)

5. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (12 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (9 digs)

3. Cassandra Moulton (5 digs)

4. Josie Meyer (4 digs)

5. Megan Abt (3 digs)

6. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

7. Courtney Friedman (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (13 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (11 receptions)

3. Ally Doza (4 receptions)

4. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

5. Courtney Friedman (2 receptions)

vs J.F. Kennedy

Championship Match

Varsity Scores: 25-23, 25-14

Season Record to Date: 9 wins, 2 losses

Next Opponent: St. Vincent Lady Indians @ St. Vincent on 9/23/13

Scoring Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (9 points, 1 ace)

2. Cassandra (6 points, 2 aces)

3. Sydnie Weiler (6 points, 1 ace)

4. Courtney Friedman (5 points , 2 aces)

5. Michaela Operle (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Courtney Huck (2 points)

7. Ally Doza (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (7 kills)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (4 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (4 kills)

4. Coco Kertz (1 kill)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (9 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (7 digs)

3. Cassandra Moulton (5 digs)

4. Megan Abt (5 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (2 digs)

6. Josie Meyer (2 digs)

7. Courtney Friedman (2 digs)

8. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (9 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (4 receptions)

3. Cassandra Moulton (3 receptions)

4. Emmy Fischer (3 receptions)

5. Courtney Friedman (3 receptions)

6. Maria Hermann (2 receptions)

7. Josie Meyer (2 receptions)

Cross-Country: Sarah Moore wins at Festus

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's Sarah Moore came in first in the Middle School Bowles Invitational held Saturday at Festus.

Ste. Genevieve hosts the Middle School Invitational on Tuesday.

Martial Arts: SGMA announces belt promotions

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve Martial Arts announces belt promotions:


SGMA students receiving belt promotions were (back row, from left): Josie Beadle 1st orange

Nick Church 1st orange, Kyle Linderer 2nd orange, Megan Linderer 2nd orange, (front row), Finn Jokerst 1st green, Nate Jokerst 1st blue, Daniel Smith 2nd orange and (not pictured Brenden Evans 1st green)

September 20, 2013

Softball: Ste. Genevieve falls to Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to visiting Farmington 12-0 in five innings.

The junior varsity Hunters also lost, 6-2.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Saxony Lutheran on Monday.

September 19, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Saxony Lutheran

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle topped Saxony Lutheran in three sets: 20-25, 25-23, 25-21 to improve to 4-2 on the season.

Valle plays at St. Vincent Monday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (12 points, 2 aces)

2. Courtney Friedman (7 points)

3. Megan Abt (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Coco Kertz (3 points, 2 aces)

5. Cassandra Moulton (2 points)

6. Michaela Operle (2 points)

7. Maria Hermann (1 point, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (17 kills)

2. Courtney Huck (9 kills)

3. Michaela Operle (6 kills)

4. Sydnie Weiler (2 kills)

5. Susan Roth (1 kill)

6. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

7. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

8. Ally Doza (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (4 solos, 4 assists)

2. Josie Meyer (4 assists)

3. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (11 digs)

2. Ally Doza (9 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (9 digs)

4. Michaela Operle (7 digs)

5. Coco Kertz (5 digs)

6. Courtney Huck (5 digs)

7. Cassandra Moulton (4 digs)

8. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 digs)

9. Josie Meyer (3 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (14 receptions)

2. Ally Doza (13 receptions)

3. Michaela Operle (12 receptions)

4. Cassandra Moulton (5 receptions)

5. Maria Hermann (4 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (16 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (14 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (4 assists)

September 18, 2013

Softball: SGHS falls to Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to Park Hills 2-1.

The Hunters host Farmington Thursday at 4:30.

Volleyball: SGHS drops two out of three to Notre Dame

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost two out of three games at Cape Notre Dame.

The varsity lost 21-25 and 16-25 to fall to 9-6-2.

The junior varsity lost 23-25 and 16-25.

The freshmen won 25-19 and 26-24.

The Hunters play St. Pius Tuesday instead of Monday. No freshmen game. The varsity and junior varsity will begin play at 6 p.m.

Volleyball: SGMS takes two from Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's eighth graders beat Potosi in two sets: 25-8 and 25-17 and the seventh graders won 25-19 and 25-19.

Football: SGHS freshmen top Hillsboro

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve freshmen downed Hillsboro 48-0.

September 17, 2013

Warriors Defeat Indians From The Air

PERRYVILLE – St. Vincent head coach Paul Sauer wanted to limit the Valle rushing attack.

"The film we looked at showed a whole lot of Tyler Fallert," Sauer said. "We worked some schemes to try and hold him down a bit. That part worked, some, but then (QB Nolan) Wood took over. That made things really rough."

Wood guided his teammates to a 48-0 win over the Indians in the conference opener for both teams.

The state-ranked Warriors didn’t get off to the best of starts, despite the final score. They scored seven points in the first quarter, and made several un-Warrior like errors.

"I hate to really say this out loud, but we had kind of a Ste. Gen. hangover," Valle coach Judd Naeger said. "The game last week was long, and hard-hitting, and we were all pretty sore. It affected practices. But, like I told the boys at half, we can’t use those things as crutches or excuses, ever. If we’re going to be an elite team, we have to play through things like that, maintain our mental focus."

The ball would change hands a couple times in the first quarter before anybody scored. Wood hit sophomore Conner Basler for a 58-yard score with 3:38 to go in the first. Devon Kutz added the point-after, and the quarter would end 7-0.

That changed rather rapidly in the second quarter.

An Indian turnover led to another Wood TD pass, this one a 53-yard beauty into the hands of sophomore Garrett Jaegers. The Kutz kick made it 14-0, with just 20 seconds gone in the quarter.

"I knew we might be in a real spot after that," Sauer said later. "We just didn’t find an answer, defensively, for the passing game."

Another turnover would lead to a 4-yard run by Fallert with 10:40 remaining. The Kutz kick made it 21-0.

Valle’s defense would continue to make life miserable for the Indians. St. Vincent would give up the football twice more in the half, both leading to quick scores. Basler caught a 6-yard Wood pass for one TD, then Basler caught a 74-yarder with 2:32 left. Kutz made one of two points-after. Valle led 34-0 at the half.

"I still felt we had some things we could do," Sauer said.

Indian QB Joe Whistler tried to rally his team, but the quickness of the Valle defense was evident, as the Warriors would snuff drive after drive.

The game killer came with 6:20 remaining in the third quarter. After a drive, Fallert scored from 3-yards out. The Kutz kick gave the Warriors a 41-0 lead, and a running clock.

Valle would score once more; sophomore Lee Stuppy came off the bench and got free for a 63-yard run with 7:00 remaining in the game.

Naeger said he was pleased with his substitutes. "Lee (Stuppy), if he continues to work, will be a very special player," Naeger said. "He and the other guys continue to do quality work."

Wood ended up with four TD’s in the air, three of those for well over 50 yards. He was selected as the ‘Nationwide Is On Your Side’ player of the game, sponsored by Rich McClure (right), McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

"I think the guys played very hard against an elite program," Sauer said. The Indians travel to Herculaneum this Friday.

Naeger said, "We have to keep this momentum going, have a good week of practice, and continue to improve. I’m very pleased with Nolan (Wood), showing how he can deliver."

The Warriors are at home against Crystal City Friday. Brad Palmer will have the game on KBDZ, 93.1 FM, and at kbdz931.com.

Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve tops De Soto

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve defeated De Soto three times last night.

The freshmen won in three sets: 22-25, 25-16 and 25-14; the junior varsity won in three sets: 25-14, 19-25 and 25-15 and the varsity won in two sets: 25-22 and 25-17 to improve to 9-5-2.

The Hunters play at Cape Notre Dame tonight.

The freshmen will get things started at 5 p.m.

Volleyball: SGMS 8th graders top Caledonia

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's eight graders beat Caledonia in two sets: 25-18 and 25-21.

Volleyball: Valle defeats St. Paul Lutheran

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle downed St. Paul Lutheran in three sets: 25-5, 25-13 and 25-3 last night to improve to 3-2 on the season.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (15 points, 8 aces)

2. Courtney Friedman (11 points, 6 aces)

3. Megan Abt (11 points, 3 aces)

4. Vanessa Roth (8 points, 4 aces)

5. Abby Fischer (7 points, 4 aces)

6. Maria Hermann (3 points, 1 ace)

7. Coco Kertz (2 points)

8. Cassandra Moulton (1 point, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:

1. Susan Roth (7 kills)

2. Briley Bieser (4 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

4. Emmy Fischer (3 kills)

5. Abby Fischer (2 kills)

6. Courtney Friedman (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Friedman (2 assists)

2. Richele Ramer (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Vanessa Roth (4 digs)

2. Maria Hermann (4 digs)

3. Emmy Fischer (4 digs)

4. Courtney Friedman (3 digs)

5. Susan Roth (2 digs)

6. Sydnie Weiler (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Maria Hermann (5 receptions)

2. Vanessa Roth (3 receptions)

3. Emmy Fischer (3 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (8 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (7 assists)

Valle hosts Saxony Lutheran Wednesday.

Softball: SGHS falls to St. Vincent

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to St. Vincent 13-4.

Softball: SGHS Senior Night is September 26th

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Thursday, September 26th is Ste. Genevieve High School Senior Night for softball.

Potosi has very graciously agreed to flip-flop the games and play the JV game first, followed by varsity so that parents, grandparents, and student-athletes from other sports may be able to attend.

The JV game will start at 4:30 and the varsity game will start somewhere around 5:45.

SGMA Report

By Lance Bohnert

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve Martial Arts participated in the Missouri State Tae kwon do Invitational.

Pictured from left to right are: Mr. Lance, Cameron Murphy first in poomsae and sparring, Nate Jokerst first in poomsae and sparring, Jayden Murphy honorable mention in poomsae and sparring and Finn Jokerst third in sparring and honorable mention in poomsae

We had a few injuries before the fights and one during. I told both of the athletes that if you quit and throw in the towel it has one predictable result; nothing will happen. Both athletes stood up and fought back and medaled. Medal count for this weekend was four gold and one bronze. Also, special thanks to assistant coach Jason Church

In two weeks the team travels to Louisville Kentucky to attend a seminar by High Performance coach Joseph Salim from Great Britain. The seminar is hosted by Kentucky taekwondo and fitness.

This week is belt promotions and more goals for October.

September 16, 2013

Warriors Throw Their Way Past Indians

PERRYVILLE -- The Valle Catholic Warriors defeated the St. Vincent Indians 48-0, in their annual game Friday night.

Valle QB Nolan Wood was named the 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game.

Look for a full story and recap in tomorrow's online edition.

SGHS rolls over Maplewood

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Brendan Dallas scored three first half TD's as Ste. Gen rolled over visiting Maplewood Friday night 36-0.

All of the scoring came in the first half and the second half was played under a continuous clock.

The Dragons who improved to 2-1 with the win were stopped on their first three drives of the night but still led 15-0 after the first quarter.

Ste Gen quarterback Matt Drury hit Dallas on a 35-yard TD pass and Clayton Naeger on a 46-yard TD pass.

Drury was an efficient 4 of 5 passing for 108 yards.

The Dragons scored three more TD's before the half.

Dallas rushed for 82 yards. Sophomore Anthony Roe had 60-yards rushing including a 6-yard TD.

The Dragon defense held the Blue Devils to only 14 yards rushing in the first half.

While the Ste. Gen rushing attack was slowed in their loss to cross-town rival Valle the week before the Dragons ran for 191 yards on 43 carries against Maplewood.

The Blue Devils (0-3) managed 126 yards passing with most of the yards coming in the second half.

The win avenged a 30-22 loss at Maplewood last year.

Ste. Gen will travel to Potosi this Friday night. The Trojans (2-1) defeated PHS Friday 27-0. Last year the Dragons beat Potosi 49-33.

Taylor Werner sets new course record at Forest Park

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Ste. Genevieve High School Cross Country team ran at Forest Park Saturday.

The varsity girls team came in first with 141 points.

Individually:

Taylor Werner came in first and set a new course record at 16:47.

Mia Jerman was eighth (18:34)

Shelby Werner (20:08)

Softball: Ste. Gen places second at Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve came in second in the Potosi Tournament Saturday.

The Hunters won two of three games.

They defeated St. Clair 14-8 and beat Salem 16-5 in five innings.

In the championship game, the Hunters fell to Jefferson R-7 5-1.

Ste. Genevieve plays at St. Vincent today at 4:30.

Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve finishes fourth at North County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve came in fourth of 12 teams in the North County Tournament.

The Hunters downed Pacific 26-24 and 25-13, click here to see stats

The Hunters then lost to North County 14-25 and 20-25, split with Windsor 25-18 and 21-25, beat the North County junior varsity 25-12 and 25-18, beat De Soto 25-18 and 25-12, lost to Windsor 18-25 and 11-25 and then lost to Arcadia Valley 21-25 and 26-27.

Click here to see the stats from Friday’s lost to Jefferson R-7:

The 7-5-2 Hunters play freshmen, junior varsity and varsity games at De Soto today beginning at 5 p.m.

Volleyball; SGMS 8th graders second in own tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's eighth graders came in second in the 26th annual Ste. Genevieve Middle School Volleyball Tournament.

September 13, 2013

Volleyball: SGHS splits with Jefferson R-7

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve split with Jefferson R-7.

The varsity lost 25-21, 23-25 and 14-25 to fall to 4-2-1.*/

The junior varsity won 25-14 and 25-13.

The Hunters play in the North County Tournament on Saturday.

September 12, 2013

Volleyball: Valle falls to Jefferson R-7

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle fell to Jefferson R-7 21-25 and 20-25.

The 2-2 Lady Warriors host St. Paul Lutheran Monday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (6 points, 1 ace)

2. Ally Doza (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Coco Kertz (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Megan Abt (2 points)

5. Micheala Operle (2 points)

6. Courtney Huck (1 point1, 1 ace)

7. Cassandra Moulton (1 point, 1 ace)

 

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (10 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (4 kills)

3. Ally Doza (4 kills)

4. Courtney Huck (2 kills)

5. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

6. Josie Meyer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 solos, 5 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (1 solo, 4 assists)

3. Courtney Huck (1 solo, 1 assist)

4. Briley Bieser (1 assist)

5. Josie Meyer (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Ally Doza (12 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (12 digs)

3. Megan Abt (8 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (6 digs)

5. Cassandra Moulton (3 digs)

6. Mackenzie Wipfler (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Ally Doza (14 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (12 receptions)

3. Megan Abt (11 receptions)

4. Cassandra Moulton (3 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (8 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (7 assists)

Volleyball: Ste Genevieve wins three over Windsor

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won all three games with Windsor.

The varsity won 19-25, 26-24 and 25-23.

The junior varsity won 25-14 and 25-14.

The freshmen won 25-6 and 25-14.

The Hunters host Jefferson R-7 at 6 tonight.

Click here for game stats:

Click here for season report:

September 11, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Festus

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle varsity volleyball team won in straight sets last night at Festus, 25-22 and 25-19.

The win improves the Lady Warriors season record to 2-1.

Valle plays at the Jefferson R-7 Lady Jays today.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (6 points)

2. Ally Doza (6 points)

3. Courtney Huck (3 points)

4. Cassandra Moulton (3 points)

5. Micheala Operle (3 points)

6. Sydnie Weiler (1 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (12 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (6 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (4 kills)

4. Josie Meyer (2 kills)

5. Ally Doza (1 kill)

6. Cassandra Moulton (1 kill)

7. Maria Hermann (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 assists)

2. Courtney Huck (2 assists)

3. Cassandra Moulton (2 assists)

4. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

5. Ally Doza (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (10 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (7 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (6 digs)

4. Ally Doza (5 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (4 digs)

6. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 digs)

7. Maria Hermann (2 digs)

8. Emmy Fischer (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Ally Doza (14 receptions)

2. Maria Hermann (7 receptions)

3. Michaela Operle (7 receptions)

4. Megan Abt (4 receptions)

5. Cassandra Moulton (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (11 assists)

2. Cassandra Moulton (10 assists)

Volleyball: SGMS teams top PCMS

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's 7th graders beat Perry County Middle School 25-11, 18-25 and 25-19, while the 8th graders beat Perry County Middle School 25-18 and 25-11.

Softball: SGHS falls to Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost at Potosi 7-4.

The Hunters play at Fredericktown Thursday at 4:30.

September 10, 2013

SGHS volleyball stats are released

STE. GENEVIEVE – The stats from Ste. Genevieve’s games in the Notre Dame Volleyballfest have been released.

Click on the selected game for the stats:

Dexter game, St. Pius X game, Cape Central game, Jackson game, St. Vincent game

Season stats

Softball: Ste. Genevieve falls to Festus

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to Festus 4-0.

The Hunters play at Potosi today.

Football: SGHS freshmen top Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve freshmen downed Farmington 35-34.

Football: SGHS JV falls to Valle

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Junior Varsity lost to Valle 23-6.

Volleyball: SGMS splits games

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve 7th Grade lost to Arcadia Valley in straight sets, 17-25 and 18-25.

The 8th Graders won their game with A-V in three sets 25-21, 21-25 and 25-19.

Cardinals announce process for postseason ticket sales

ST. LOUIS – September 10, 2013 – The Cardinals announced details regarding the process for fans to purchase postseason tickets. Wild Card Game and Division Series tickets will go on sale this Thursday, September 12th. Details for ticket sales for each round are as follows:

Wild Card Game: Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Thursday, September 12th. Tickets will be available at cardinals.com, via phone at 314-345-9000, and at the Busch Stadium ticket windows on 8th Street. No pre-registration is required to purchase.

Division Series: Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Thursday, September 12th. Tickets will be available at cardinals.com, via phone at 314-345-9000, and at the Busch Stadium ticket windows on 8th Street. No pre-registration is required to purchase.

N. L. Championship Series: Online Registration for the chance to purchase NLCS tickets begins Friday, September 13th and concludes on Thursday, September 19, 2013. Winners of the random drawing will be notified via e-mail on Friday, September 20, 2013. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday, September 24th. There is a four (4) ticket limit for one (1) NLCS game.

World Series: Online Registration for the chance to purchase World Series tickets begins on Friday, September 13th and concludes on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. Winners of the random drawing will be notified via e-mail on Thursday, October 10, 2013, and ticket sales will begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, October 15, 2013. There is a two (2) ticket limit for one (1) World Series game.

Complete details and rules for the random drawing and purchases are available at cardinals.com/postseason. The exact number of seats available is unknown until the Cardinals receive commitments from Season Ticket Holders and Major League Baseball. Announcements regarding potential Tiebreaker game ticket availability and public purchase will come at a later date.

Emergency first responder & military ticket offer announced

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that the team, in conjunction with Major League Baseball and Bank of America (#troopthanks), is offering all active and retired military, as well as all emergency first responders free tickets to the Wednesday, September 11th and Thursday, September 12th games vs. Milwaukee to commemorate the 12th Anniversary of September 11, 2001.

Active and retired members of the military, as well as emergency first responders may go to cardinals.com/heroes to obtain up to six free tickets to each of the games with the print-at-home option. The offer extends to any active or retired member of the United States Armed Services, as well as any individual who works directly as a first responder (police, firefighter or emergency service personnel), any individual who works for an emergency first responder agency or any individual who has an immediate family member who serves as an emergency first responder or serves in the military.

The military offer is in addition to the club’s daily game policy to provide a free ticket any active member of the U.S. Armed Forces.

"We want to recognize the selfless service of all of our military, police, fire and emergency response workers" said Bill DeWitt III, the President of the St. Louis Cardinals. "These men and women put their lives on the line to protect us. We want to thank them for their service, as well as the sacrifice each of their families make on our behalf."

Major League Baseball and all thirty teams will join in observing September 11th as a National Day of Service and Remembrance.

September 9, 2013

VHS Prevails In Annual Battle

Valle Catholic avenged a regular season loss to their cross-town rival last season with a 36-28 win at Ste. Genevieve Friday night.

It was the 50th meeting between the two teams and the win evened the series at 25-25 between the schools.

"You don't like to lose any game but it wasn't like we gave away the game. They just out played us," said Dragon coach Bob Stolzer.

Valle all-state senior running back Tyler Fallert carried the load for the Warriors with 40 rushes for 237 yards and one TD.

"The big difference in the game was Fallert. We just could not stop him," Stolzer said.

The Warriors also shut down the Dragon's rushing attack. Ste. Gen managed only 50 yards rushing.

"Their quickness on defense caused us problems. We just could not block them because they were quicker than we were," Stolzer said.

With the running game slowed the Dragons relied on senior quarterback Matt Drury who had a career night completing 19 of 30 for 331 yards and 2 scores. He had no interceptions.

Two dragon receivers went over 100 yards in the game. Clayton Naeger caught 5 for 128 yards and Anthony Roe had 5 receptions for 127 yards and two TD's.

It was a back and forth game to the delight of a large crowd.

Drury opened the scoring with a 58-yard TD pass to Roe as Ste. Gen took the lead 7-0 with 9:48 in the first quarter.

Valle answered at the 8:08 mark when Nolan Wood connected with Justin Roth on a 48-yard TD play and it was 7-7.

A fumble by the Dragons at their own 24 set up the Warriors next score.

Wood finished off the drive with a one-yard run and it was 14-7 Valle with 5:06 in the first.

An 89-yard return to the Valle 5 was called back by a holding penalty but the Dragon's tied the game at 14-14 with 9:53 in the second when Roe caught a 45-yard TD pass.

Valle was in position to take a lead at half-time but a 25-yard field goal as time expired was missed.

Ste. Gen took the lead in the third quarter when Brandon LaRose on a fourth and sixteen broke an end-around for a 26-yard score. It was 21-14 with 9:38 on the clock.

Fallert ran in from 6 yards out to tie the game at 21-21 with 5:04 in the third.

The Warriors went up 28-21 with 1:37 left in the period on a TD pass to Jared Davis.

Valle increased their lead to 34-21 in the fourth after Wood scored on a 26-yard run. The Warrior's Conner Basler converted a two-point conversion pass on what appeared to be a bad snap on the extra point kick attempt to give Valle a 36-21 cushion.

Ste Gen answered again. A 57-yard pass to Naeger set up a one-yard TD run by Roe with 9:13 to play and it was 36-28.

Neither team found the end zone in the remaining minutes.

Wood was 5 of 12 thru the air for 131 yards. His favorite target was Roth who caught 3 for 94 yards and one score.

Valle finished with 439 yards of offense.

The Dragons had 381 with all but 50 coming thru the air.

"If we played Valle ten times we might go 5 and 5," Stolzer said.

Player of the game honors went to Fallert for Valle and Drury for the Dragons.

Matt Drury of SGHS receives his 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game award from Friday night's action. The award is sponsored by Rich McClure (not pictured), owner of McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Tyler Fallert of VHS receives his 'Nationwide Is On Your Side' player of the game award from Friday night's action. The award is sponsored by Rich McClure (right), owner of McClure Insurance Agency, LLC.

Ste Gen (1-1) will prepare for a visit this Friday from Maplewood.

"A lot of their best players have graduated but they have some young players who are very athletic," Stolzer said.

Last year the Dragons won 36-22.

Maplewood (0-2) lost Friday night to Brentwood 42-22 and fell to Country Day in their season opener 39-12.

The Warriors (2-0) will travel to Perryville to meet another rival this Friday when they line up against St. Vincent.

The Indians (1-1) lost their season opener 12-8 to Sumner but won on the road Friday beating Scott City 25-14.

Valle won the matchup last year 36-7.

The Valle at St. Vincent game will be broadcast at 7:00 pm on KBDZ 931 FM and kbdz931.com.

Softball: SGHS is 2-2 at Notre Dame Softballfest

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Gen softball team split their two games in the Notre Dame Tournament both Friday and Saturday.

On Friday, the Hunters lost to Naylor 8-6 and beat the Notre Dame JV, 11-10 in eight innings.

On Saturday, Ste. Genevieve defeated Saxony Lutheran 4-3 and then lost to De Soto 16-1.

Valleyball: SGHS wins silver at Notre Dame Volleyballfest

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won the silver bracket of the Notre Dame Volleyballfest Saturday in Cape Girardeau.

The Hunters split with St. Pius 18-25 and 25-23 and then lost to Dexter 24-26 and 13-25 in pool play Saturday.

They then defeated St. Vincent 25-16, 25-23 and downed Jackson 25-20, 24-26 and 25-17 to win the silver bracket and improve to 4-1-1 on the young season.

Ste. Genevieve plays at Windsor Wednesday.

September 6, 2013

Volleyball: Valle tops Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle Catholic Lady Warriors defeated Park Hills in three sets Thursday night at home: 25-14, 17-25, 25-19

Season Record to Date: 1 win, 1 loss

MAAA Conference Record: --

Next Opponent: Festus Lady Tigers at Festus on September 10.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (11 points, 2 aces)

2. Courtney Huck (10 points, 2 aces)

3. Sydnie Weiler (8 points, 1 ace)

4. Ally Doza (6 points)

5. Micheala Operle (3 points)

6. Megan Abt (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (8 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (5 kills)

3. Josie Meyer (3 kills)

4. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

5. Ally Doza (2 kills)

6. Courtney Huck (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (3 solos, 4 assist)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 solos, 4 assists)

3. Cassandra Moulton (4 assists)

3. Josie Meyer (3 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Michaela Operle (18 digs)

2. Megan Abt (16 digs)

3. Ally Doza (13 digs)

4. Sydnie Weiler (6 digs)

5. Cassandra Moulton (5 digs)

6. Courtney Huck (3 digs)

7. Mackenzie Wipfler (3 digs)

8. Maria Herman (3 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (23 receptions)

2. Michaela Operle (12 receptions)

3. Ally Doza (5 receptions)

4. Cassandra Moulton (4 receptions)

5. Maria Hermann (3 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (10 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (10 assists)

Softball: SGHS falls to North County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to North County 9-6 Thursday.

The Hunters begin play in the Notre Dame Tournament today.

Ste. Gen faces Naylor at 4:30 and a team to be determined at 6 p.m.

More games are planned for Saturday.

Freshmen football: SGHS tops Windsor

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve 53, Windsor 6.

Allen Craig suffers mid-foot sprain

ST. LOUIS –St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Allen Craig was diagnosed with a mid-left foot sprain earlier today after having undergone repeat x-ray and MRI exam.

Craig’s evaluation, performed by Dr. John Nadaud, a Foot and Ankle Specialist from Mercy Hospital, determined that Craig has a mid-foot sprain and that no fracture is present.

Craig will wear a walking boot for protection and will be re-evaluated early next week by Dr. Nadaud and the Cardinals medical staff.

September 5, 2013

Volleyball: Valle falls to St. Pius

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle lost in straight sets at St. Pius last night in their season opening contest.

Varsity Scores: 18-25, 22-25

Season Record to Date: 0 wins, 1 loss

MAAA Conference Record: --

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydnie Weiler (5 points, 1 ace)

2. Ally Doza (4 points, 1 ace)

3. Cassandra Moulton (4 points)

4. Michaela Operle (3 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Mackenzie Wipfler (7 kills)

2. Michaela Operle (2 kills)

3. Courtney Huck (2 kills)

4. Cassandra Moulton (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Courtney Huck (2 solos, 1 assist)

2. Mackenzie Wipfler (1 solo, 1 assist)

3. Josie Meyer (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (9 digs)

2. Michaela Operle (8 digs)

3. Sydnie Weiler (7 digs)

4. Ally Doza (7 digs)

5. Courtney Huck (5 digs)

6. Cassandra Moulton (3 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Megan Abt (13 receptions)

2. Ally Doza (8 receptions)

3. Michaela Operle (6 receptions)

4. Cassandra Moulton (4 receptions)

5. Coco Kertz (3 receptions)

6. Sydnie Weiler (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Cassandra Moulton (5 assists)

2. Sydnie Weiler (4 assists)

Freshmen Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve tops Jackson

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve freshmen volleyball team defeated Jackson in straight sets 25-17 and 25-9.

The stats from an earlier varsity game with St. Pius have been released.

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September 4, 2013

Volleyball: SGHS wins twice at Crystal City

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won at Crystal City twice last night.

The varsity won 25-13 and 25-19 and the junior varsity won 25-10 and 25-13.

The Hunters play Cape Central at 3:45 p.m. Friday in the Notre Dame Tournament.

JV Football: SGHS falls to Jackson

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve lost to Jackson 18-14 Tuesday.

Softball: SGHS loses twice to Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost twice at Farmington Tuesday.

The varsity lost 7-0. The junior varsity lost 12-3.

The Hunters host North County Thursday.

September 3, 2013

Valle tops visiting Father Tolton

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic opened their season with an impressive 56-0 win over Father Tolton High from Columbia Friday night in Ste. Genevieve.

The Warriors got 4 first half touchdowns from all-state running back Tyler Fallert. Fallert who rushed for over 3,000 yards in 2012 played only the first half gaining 155 yards on just 9 carries.

Conner Basler's 91 yard return of the opening kickoff set up an 8-yard TD run by Justin Roth and Valle led 7-0 just 19 seconds into the contest.

Valle needed only 3 plays on their second possession to make it 13-0 as Fallert ran in from 43 yards out with 8:36 in the first.

The Warriors went up 20-0 as time expired in the first quarter on a 24-yard TD pass from Nolan Wood to Basler.

Fallert's second TD, a 12-yard run, capped off a 6 play drive with 10:17 in the half as Valle led 27-0.

Wood scored on a 3-yard TD run with 7:27 in the half as Valle led 34-0.

Fallert scored on TD runs of 4 and 26 yards before taking a seat with the other starters before the end of the half.

Nick Oberle's 67-yard interception return for a TD with 3:52 left in the game made the final score 56-0.

Wood was 6 of 12 for 106 yards and a TD in his first half of work.

There was a large crowd for the game as Valle opened their new locker room, concession stand and press box facilities and turned on their new lighting system at Father John Dempsey field.

The Warriors (1-0) who will be seeking their fifth straight trip to the state championship game will play across town at Ste. Gen High this Friday night.

The Dragons handed Valle one of their three losses last season.

Ste. Gen (1-0) opened their season at Dexter Friday winning 42-7.

While Valle was ranked #2 in the class one pre-season poll, the Dragons were ranked #3 in the class three poll.

The 7:00 pm game Friday will be broadcast live on KBDZ 931 FM and online at kbdz931.com.

Ste. Genevieve tops Dexter

DEXTER --The Ste. Genevieve Dragons used a ferocious front line on both sides of the ball Friday, as they dominated Dexter, 42-7 in a Friday game at Bland Stadium.

"We have a super-balance at running back this year," said offensive guru Bob Weiler. "Coupled with a fine offensive line, that's going to give a lot of teams some grief."

Senior Brendan Dallas and sophomore Anthony Roe provided the ground attack, combining for nearly 315 of the Dragons' 440 yards. Roe, the "Nationwide Is On Your Side" player of the game, was hitting holes particularly hard....but when the holes were mack-truck sized, it made things easier.

Michelle Hoog and Rich McClure present Anthony Roe with the "Nationwide Is On Your Side" player of the game award, sponsored by McClure Insurance Agency.

"I like to dwell on the negative sometimes a little too much, because it help us to learn," according to head coach Bob Stolzer. "But, I also give praise, and there was a lot to praise tonight."

By the time the Dragons reached the end of the first 12 minutes, they were already up by two touchdowns, and led at the half 35-7.

Senior QB Matt Drury had a couple fumbles on bad exchanges, but was solid overall, throwing for 99 yards and two touchdowns. He was 10 for 13 on the night in the air. Senior George Steagall was a recipient of a Drury TD pass in the first quarter.

Bearcats first-year head coach Justin Peden was hoping for a better showing.

"Sure, I'm really disappointed," he said. We have worked SO hard on this new offense. I knew we would have growing pains. I'll continue to lean hard on my seniors, and keep working hard. Hopefully, we'll start to have better focus."

Both teams showed signs of the stifling humidity that blanketed the area, with several players on sidelines recovering from cramping. But, the deeper Dragon bench was a plus in that regard. "Yeah, opening night, with the cramping and such was expected here and there...it sure was nice to get some of our guys out of there to help recover. I think we did a nice job at keeping a flow," according to Stolzer.

It's now that time of year.....the Dragons hosting the Valle Catholic Warriors in the yearly Old Settlement game. The overall record in these games is a not-so-surprising 25-24 for the Dragons, who won it last year by 19 points. Valle crushed Tolton Catholic in their opener, scoring 55 points. The game will be broadcast on KBDZ, 93.1 FM and at kbdz931.com.

DRAGONS.....................13 22 7 0 — 42

Dexter..............................0 7 0 0 — 7

1st quarter

SG — Brendan Dallas 33 run (Clayton Naeger kick), 7:54

SG — George Steagall 12 pass from Matt Drury (kick failed), :50

2nd quarter

D — Jon Foels 1 run (Makayla Waldner kick), 8:53

SG — Anthony Roe 22 run (Drury 2-pt run), 6:53

SG — Dallas 22 run (Naeger kick), 3:57

SG — Roe 36 pass from Drury (Naeger kick), :22

3rd quarter

SG — Roe 2 run (Naeger kick), 4:35

4th Quarter - no scoring

Individual statistics

RUSHING — SG: Brendan Dallas 13-188, Anthony Roe 12-124, Matt Drury 7-27, Luke Gettinger 2-10, Joe Allen 1-1.

PASSING — SG: Matt Drury 10-13-0-99.

RECEIVING — SG: Anthony Roe 2-40, Clayton Naeger 4-19, Joe Allen 1-10, Brendan Dallas 1-9, Tate Meyer 1-7, George Steagall 1-12.

Cross Country: Former SGHS teammates are now competitors

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Two young men who graduated this spring from Ste. Genevieve High School are now on separate college teams and competed against each other in their first college cross country meet at Forest Park in St. Louis this morning.

Josh Daugette (left) and Jacob Pinkley

However they apparently stuck together in the race as Jacob Pinkley came in 55th, running for the Missouri Baptist University of St. Louis and Joshua Daugette came in 56th running for Benedictine University of Springfield.

The meet was hosted by Washington University.

 

August 30, 2013

Emily Huelskamp earns world rowing championship

From the U.S. Rowing website

CHUNGJU, South Korea – When they crossed the finish line, the women in the United States four did the unexpected for a crew that had just won a world championship.

Emily Huelskamp is on the far right in this photo.

They sat still. There was no arm waving, no big celebration.

There were just four tired women, who had rowed as hard as they possibly could, had come from behind and taken control by halfway down the course, and then just kept pushing until they crossed the line in first, bringing the first gold to the U.S. at the 2013 World Rowing Championships.

"It was hard," said Olivia Coffey (Watkins Glen, N.Y.), when the crew of Felice Mueller (Cleveland, Ohio), Tessa Gobbo (Chesterfield, N.H.), Coffey and Emily Huelskamp (Sainte Genevieve, Mo.) made it to the pre-ceremony mix area and were handed cold water and ice packs.

"It probably wasn’t as clean as we wanted it to be, but we just focused on pulling hard and that’s what mattered in the end," she said. "I’m really tired. It hasn’t hit me yet."

The medal was the first of three won by the U.S. on Friday. The lightweight women’s quadruple sculls won silver and the lightweight men’s eight took bronze.

Racing Australia, Canada, Germany, Korea and Italy, the U.S. women’s four fell behind Canada and Australia and rowed in third out of the first quarter, as the two other crews tried to take the race away from them. It was not like in the preliminary race, when they took the lead early and dominated.

This time, they had to fight through Canada and Australia. But it was what they had planned on, what they expected to happen, and they were ready.

"You never want to be behind. But we talked a lot about the Canadian team going out fast in the first 500, first 750, trying to get a lead," said women’s four coach Rob Weber. "I didn’t expect it to be the same way it was on Tuesday, and I don’t think they panicked. I think they did a really good job of keeping their poise and they kept driving and driving and pulled it out. It went pretty much the way we expected."

It was one of the highlights of a day that saw the U.S. add to the Para-Rowing bronze won Wednesday in the trunk, arms and legs mixed double sculls and two other boats advance to the Sunday finals.

The lightweight men’s four sprinted past the Italians in the final few hundred meters and got to the final for the first time since 2000.

Behind them, women’s single sculler Eleanor Logan (Boothbay Harbor, Maine) rowed steadily out of fourth place and into third in a grouping that included London double medalist, Kim Crow of Australia, and New Zealand’s top female sculler, Emma Twigg.

Logan, a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the women’s eight, finished third and moved on to the final in her first year in the event.

For the women’s four, it was also a year for a first. The event is the only development boat available to women at the international level. It was dropped for a lack of entries following the 2011 world championships. The U.S. won that race as well, and it appeared they would go into the record books as the last champions in the event.

But it was reinstated for this year and Mueller, Gobbo, Coffey and Huelskamp defended the title.

"I’m just so excited," said Gobbo. "I can’t think of a better way to start pretty much all of our senior national team careers. I’m just glad they didn’t get rid of the four and that I had this opportunity."

Like the rest, Huelskamp was still soaking in the moment, while she waited for the medal presentations.

"It’s yet to set in," she said. "But I think it’s really exciting. I couldn’t do it without those three behind me and when I get to celebrate it with everybody else, maybe it will set in more."

"I tried not to look around because Liv made some great calls and I just trust her," Huelskamp said, recalling how the race unfolded. "But from time to time, I glanced over and I thought, we’ve got this. We’ve got this physically. We’ve got this mentally. We’re good to go.

"I think the first part was a little rocky," she said. "But we knew our plan and knew that if we stayed relaxed, it would come, and that’s what happened."

Next to the podium was the lightweight women’s quad crew of Hillary Saeger (Dedham, Mass.), Nancy Miles (Bainbridge Island, Wash.), Helen Tompkins (Friendswood, Texas) and Rachel Stortvedt (Long Beach, Calif.).

Coming off a win in the heat, the U.S. was favored to win a medal. What color was the big question. They did not disappoint and jumped right into a fight with The Netherlands and Italy. The three crews exchanged the lead throughout the race and when it was sorted out, The Netherlands was in first, the U.S. was in second and Italy was in third.

It is Saeger’s third time to the podium in the event, having won bronze twice before – the first in 2009, the second in 2011.

"Moving up on the podium – that was awesome," Saeger said. "There was so much power in the boat. You could feel it all the way down. The level of competition keeps getting harder every year, and we just keep coming at it. A silver medal for the first time. Finally," she said.

Miles, who is new to the senior team, said she never looked where they were on the course and just listened to Saeger call the race.

"I never realized we were down, ever. I trust Hillary completely. This is very much a team effort. We didn’t have a lot of time to come together until here," she said. "Trials was the first race. Here, we came off the heat and Hillary called a superb race. We’ve really grown a lot during this regatta."

The lightweight men’s eight of coxswain Michael Hwang (Seattle, Wash.), Sean Gibel (Atlanta, Ga.), Peter Gibson (Belmont, Mass.), Josh Getz (Ann Arbor, Mich.), Dorian Weber (Henley-on-Thames, UK), Brendan Mulvey (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.), Tobin McGee (Rye, N.Y.), Bryan Pape (Simsbury, Conn.) and David Morgenstern (Simsbury, Conn.) concluded the medal haul for the U.S., finishing third behind Italy and Australia.

"Assembling the boat this summer, getting us here was a long, long journey with a lot of bumps and hiccups along the way," said Hwang. "It’s not the result we were looking for. I thought we had a little bit more speed to show, but it’s great to be here representing the United States."

Also rowing in a medal race was the men’s pair with coxswain crew of Stephen Young (Tampa, Fla.), Matt Wheeler (Eugene, Ore.) and Rob Munn (Redmond, Wash.), who faced Germany, France and Italy.

The U.S. trailed for much of the race, challenged for third in the last five hundred meters, but fell back and finished fourth. Italy won gold. Germany was second and France was third.

In semifinal racing, 13 was the lucky number for the United States.

That’s how long it has been since a lightweight men’s four got into the finals. It happened again Friday, when the crew of Robin Prendes (Miami, Fla.), Anthony Fahden (Lafayette, Calif.), Robert Duff (Huntingdon Valley, Pa.) and Will Daly (Vail, Colo.) rowed past Italy in the sprint and crossed third to advance to the Sunday final.

After a sluggish start, the U.S. rowed from fifth place into fourth going into the last 500 meters, and had Italy within sight as they neared the finish line. Jumping the rate up and driving, the U.S. rowed past Italy and crossed in third in 6:10.32.

Denmark was first in 6:06.91 and France was second in 6:09.31. They will be joined in the final by Great Britain (6:08.18), New Zealand (6:08.81) and South Africa (6:09.74.).

"I’ve never made an A final in the four, so this is really exciting," said Beijing Olympian Will Daly, the boat veteran who has rowed in the event four times starting in Beijing. "I don’t think a lot of guys, even the guys I started rowing with, have made an A final in a long time, so this is hugely rewarding."

Daly left the four in 2012 and attempted to make the London Olympic team in the lightweight men’s double sculls with Andrew Campbell, Jr. They won U.S. trials but finished third at the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta, and did not get the boat through to the Olympic schedule for the U.S.

"I made a decision to come back this year and go back to the four," he said. "And this makes everything worth it, because I knew we had a good group of guys who were really special."

Next it was Logan’s turn. Rowing the women’s single sculls for the first time in her career, the two-time Olympic gold medalist in the women’s eight rowed out of fourth place into third following Australia’s Kim Crow and New Zealand’s Emma Twigg.

Crow, who won silver in the double sculls and bronze in the single in London, led and Twigg was behind her, followed by Logan. All three separated from the rest of the field and finished in that order.

Crow won in 7:42.82. Twigg was second in 7:47.63 and Logan was third in 7:54.15.

In the men’s double sculls, John Graves (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Benjamin Dann (Pound Ridge, N.Y.) finished sixth in their semifinal and now row in the B final Sunday.

The women’s double sculls crew of Ellen Tomek (Flushing, Mich.) and Meghan O’Leary (Baton Rouge, La.) also did not advance from the semifinals, finishing fourth. They row in the B final Sunday.

In B finals racing on Friday, the U.S. had three crews in competition including the lightweight men’s and women single sculls, lightweight men’s pair and lightweight men’s quadruple sculls.

Lightweight men’s single sculler, Andrew Campbell, Jr. (New Canaan, Conn.) was edged from the A final Thursday and came back Friday to win his B final race, finishing seventh overall.

Lightweight women’s single sculler, Michelle Sechser (Folsom, Calif.) followed and also won her race, finishing seventh overall.

The lightweight men’s quad crew of Andrew Quinn (Honeoye Falls, N.Y.), Colin Ethridge (Laytonsville, Md.), Dave Smith (Seattle, Wash.) and Shane Madden (Ambler, Penn.) wrapped up B finals racing for the U.S. They won their race and finished seventh overall.

The U.S. had three crews in C finals Friday including the men’s pair, men’s single sculls and men’s quadruple sculls.

The men’s pair crew of Alex Karwoski (Hollis, N.H.) and Michael DiSanto (Boston, Mass.) finished second in their race for an overall 14th place in the event.

In the men’s quadruple sculls, the crew of Derek Johnson (Hillsborough, Calif.), Hans Struzyna (Kirkland, Wash.), Andrew Gallagher (Phoenix, Ariz.) and Ryan Shelton (Wrightwood, Calif.) won their race and finished 13th overall.

Men’s single sculler Stephen Whelpley (Moquon, Wis.) also won his race and finished 13th overall.

Racing continues Saturday at 1:30 p.m. local time (+13 hours EST). A complete schedule and results are available at www.worldrowing.com.

Softball: SGHS falls to Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to visiting Park Hills 7-4.

The Hunters play at Farmington Tuesday at 4:30.

SGHS grads meet again, at cross country meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Two young men who graduated this spring from Ste. Genevieve High School will be competing against each other in their first college cross country meet at Forest Park in St. Louis Saturday August 31, 2013.

Joshua Daugette will be running for Benedictine University of Springfield, Illinois and Jacob Pinkley will be running for Missouri Baptist University of St. Louis

The meet is hosted by Washington University.

The meet begins at 7:45 a.m.

August 29, 2013

Softball: SGHS falls to Fredericktown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to visiting Fredericktown 9-2.

The Hunters host Park Hills at 4:30 Friday.

August 28, 2013

Valle No. 2, Ste. Gen No. 3 in state preseason poll

JEFFERSON CITY – Valle has been ranked No. 2 in Class 1 and Ste. Genevieve No. 3 in Class 3 in the 2013 MoSports Football Preseason State Rankings.

The Warriors finished 12-3 last season and will open Friday night at home against Father Tolton Catholic.

The Dragons finished 10-2 last season will open Friday night at Dexter. That game will be broadcast live on B-93one FM.

Class 1

1 Hamilton (15-0)

2 Valle Catholic (12-3)

3 Westran (10-2)

4 Tipton (13-1)

5 South Shelby (9-3)

6 Cass Midway (9-3)

7 Marceline Tigers (7-4)

8 South Harrison (9-2)

9 Drexel (9-2)

10 Salisbury (12-2)

Class 2

1 Lamar (13-2)

2 Mountain View Liberty (12-1)

3 Caruthersville (10-3)

4 Strafford (10-1)

5 Lathrop (11-2)

6 Bishop LeBlond (7-5)

7 Mountain Grove (12-1)

8 Blair Oaks (13-2)

9 South Callaway (10-2)

10 Maplewood (10-3)

Class 3

1 Maryville (15-0)

2 Oak Grove (11-1)

3 Ste. Genevieve (10-2)

4 Duchesne (8-5)

5 California (10-2)

6 Centralia (10-2)

7 Cassville (11-1)

8 John Burroughs (13-1)

9 Center (10-3)

10 Hogan Prep (10-1)

Class 4

1 Webb City (15-0)

2 Helias (10-5)

3 Harrisonville (11-3)

4 Hannibal (10-2)

5 Clayton (9-4)

6 Platte County (10-3)

7 Smithville (8-4)

8 Sikeston (9-2)

9 Sullivan (12-1)

10 Raytown South (6-5)

Class 5

1 Kirkwood (13-0)

2 Lee's Summit West (11-1)

3 Webster Groves (8-3)

4 Ft. Osage (12-2)

5 Parkway Central (11-2)

6 Park Hill South(7-5)

7 Jackson (7-3)

8 Camdenton (8-4)

9 Lebanon (9-2)

10 Ozark (11-2)

Class 6

1 Blue Springs (13-1)

2 Rockhurst (9-3)

3 CBC (11-1)

4 Desmet (9-4)

5 Francis Howell (12-2)

6 Rock Bridge (7-4)

7 Blue Springs South (5-5)

8 Hickman (9-2)

9 Hazelwood Central (8-3)

10 Jefferson City (7-4)

Paige Schmelzle begins college volleyball career

UNION -- East Central College in Union has seven freshmen on its young volleyball team and one of them is from Ste. Genevieve.

Paige Schmelzle is expected to share time at the outside hitter spot.

East Central opened its season with four games at the Johnson County Invitational in Overland Park, Kansas last Friday and Saturday.

August 26, 2013

Finals of 2013 State Horseshoe Tournament

JACKSON – The finals of the 2013 State Horseshoe Tournament have been released.

Ladies "A" Class

1st Place Cori Stoverink & Carolyn Schreckenberg – Leopold #5898

2nd Place Jennifer Gegg & Michelle Basler – Ste. Genevieve #1037

3rd Place Nicky Politte & Sandra Belew – DeSoto #1185

4th Place Sally LeGrand & Doris Stubenrauch – Scott City #6420

Ladies "B" Class

1st Place Melissa Lincoln & Heather Jansen – Leopold #5898

2nd Place Shelly Navatto & Laura Alterson – St. Paul #6415

3rd Place Carol Glastetter & Sherri DeBrock – Oran #4311

4th Place Lori Fohey & Lisa Willett – Hannibal #907

Ladies "C" Class

1st Place Linda Heckman & Jane Forck – Taos #6430

2nd Place Barb Vomund & Kim Sachs – St. Paul #6415

3rd Place Donna Hellebusch & Sandy Obermark – Dutzow #1927

4th Place Denise Love & Dee Merseal – Desoto #1185

Ladies "D" Class

1st Place Elaine Forck & Christy Buschjost – Taos #6430

2nd Place Paula Eichhorn & Kayla Gettinger – Ste. Genevieve #1037

3rd Place Cassandra Coleman & Kristina Lambert – DeSoto #1185

4th Place Stephanie Schwoeppe & Michelle Mueller – Dutzow #1927

Senior Mens Class

1st Place Edward Pashia & Ronald LeGrand – Old Mines/Dexter

#5936 / #6515

2nd Place Orville Elfrink & Gary Buehler – St. Charles #823

3rd Place Kenn Obermark & Everet Marquart – Washington #1121

4th Place Joe Scharenborg & Joe Pete Schreckenberg – Leopold #5898

 

Mens "A" Class

1st Place Mel Bruemmer & Jim Bruemmer – Jeff City Helias #1054

2nd Place Blake Stromberg & Jeff Jokerst – Ste. Genevieve #1037

3rd Place Glen Rollhaus & Charles Giesler – Ste. Genevieve #1037

4th Place Jeff DeClue & Kevin Boyer – DeSoto #1185

Mens "B" Class

1st Place Floyd Sansoucie & Lloyd Boyer III – DeSoto #1185

2nd Place Michael Basler & Cliff Vishino – Bloomsdale #1848

3rd Place John Vandeven & Bart Vandeven – Leopold #5898

4th Place Matt Kertz & Tony Kertz – Bloomsdale #1848

Mens "C" Class

1st Place Jim Burnett & Bob Burnett – Jackson #6405

2nd Place Joe (PUP) Forck & Ken Forck – Taos #6430

3rd Place Jeff Steinhoff & Dan Westhues – St. Charles #823

4th Place John Schweigert & Matt Schweigert – Bloomsdale #1848

Mens "D" Class

1st Place Al Derhake & Dave Becher – St. Charles #823

2nd Place Josh Portell & Ed Politte – Old Mines #5936

3rd Place Timmy Harmon & Ken Merseal – DeSoto #1185

4th Place Jeff Lappe & Kevin Lappe – Cape Girardeau #1111

Mens "E" Class

1st Place Harold Wolken & Brian Bruemmer – Wardsville/Osage Bend #8399

2nd Place Randall Heggemann & Jerome Kleekamp – Dutzow #1927

3rd Place Rod Basler & Greg Gettinger – Ste. Genevieve #1037

4th Place Darren Politte & Donnie Luther – Desoto #1185

Mens "F" Class

1st Place Richard Molitor Jr. & Chris Molitor – New Melle #11656

2nd Place Kerry O’Brien & Phillip LaBarge – Cottleville #7198

3rd Place Ron Pringer & Jason Buschjost – Wardsville/Osage Bend #8399

4th Place Scott Politte & Ron Politte – DeSoto #1185

Mens "G" Class

1st Place Kevin Viox & Brad Boyer – Bloomsdale #1848

2nd Place Dennis Vomund & Dennis Bange – St. Paul #6415

3rd Place Steve Ressel & Pat Seyer – Oran #4311

4th Place Kevin Meyer & Glen Carron – Ste. Genevieve #1037

Mens "H" Class

1st Place Jordan Kincad & Joey DeGonia – Old Mines #5936

2nd Place Toby Zoelner & Nathan Hudson – Perryville #1263

3rd Place Mark Ringwald & Daniel Prince – Ste. Genvieve #1037

4th Place Nathan Adams & Josh Adams – Cape Girardeau #1111

Kid’s Olympic Fitness

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve County Community Center is offering a four week "Olympic Fitness" class just for kids (ages 5-12)!

You are never too young to start a healthy lifestyle and learn new skills! Variety is the key to success in this always fun kid's fitness class.

Lance Bohnert, our sport taekwondo coach, will help your child have a great time while exercising through a variety of activities ranging from speed, agility and pace, all while gaining confidence!

The class will be held every Saturday, September 14th through October 5th from 10:00-10:45am. Fee is $20/Members, $25/NonMembers. Call 573.883.5244 with questions or to register.

Self Defense Seminar

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Don’t Be Afraid, Be Prepared.

This interactive empowerment class & discussion on September 21st from 10:00am – 12:00pm at the Ste. Genevieve County Community Center will cover a variety of useful and powerful techniques including kicks, strikes, defense from grabs, defense from weapons and defense from ground attacks.

You can expect to increase your awareness, learn new skills to use your natural instincts to protect and defend yourself and Unleash Your Dragon! The seminar is offered by Black Dragon Martial Arts.

Give yourself the advantage by taking part in this Self Defense Seminar! Any age and any gender is welcome. Sign up at the Ste. Genevieve County Community Center, or call 573.883.5244 with questions. Fee is $20/Members, $25 Nonmembers.

August 22, 2013

SGMA announces summer belt promotions

Promoted were: (back row, from left), Zack Welker 1st blue, Cameron Murphy 2nd orange, Kyle Linderer 1st orange, Megan Linderer 1st orange, Brittany Boekemier 1st orange, 2nd row, Angeline Welker 1st blue, Jaden Murphy 1st blue, Nate Jokerst 2nd green, Brenden Evans 2nd orange, bottom row, Matt Spangler 1st orange, Hawk Jokerst 1st orange, Finn Jokerst 2nd orange, Daniel Smith 1st orange, not pictured Mendi Church- brown belt

SGMA students perform at SIU

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Students from SGMA competed in the Southern Illinois mudo classic in Carbondale.

Cameron Murphy 1st in sparring 2nd in forms, Nate Jokerst 3rd in sparring 1st in forms

Mike Shannon is recovering after heart surgery

ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Cardinals broadcaster Mike Shannon is recovering comfortably this week after undergoing a successful surgical procedure Monday to replace his aortic valve.

The surgery, which had been planned for some time, was a complete success. Shannon is expected to make a full recovery. Shannon said through his family that he is doing well and expects to return to the broadcast booth before the end of the regular season.

"I would like to thank everyone for their prayers, heartfelt well-wishes and kind words. It means a lot to me," Mike Shannon said, "I’m looking forward to getting back in the booth and back to the game I love."

A rotation of Cardinals announcers will be sitting for Mike as he recovers. Al Hrabosky, Rick Horton and Mike Claiborne will be joining John Rooney in the radio booth through September 23rd when Mike plans to return to the booth. A full schedule is included below.

Shannon has manned the Cardinals broadcast booth since 1972. Throughout his tenure as the Voice of the Cardinals, Shannon has also made appearances for the Cardinals television broadcasts, including as a pre-game analyst for Fox Sports Midwest.

A St. Louis native, Shannon played for the Cardinals from 1962 to 1970, a span that included two World Championships (’64 and ’67) and a National League pennant in 1968. In 1999, Shannon was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in recognition of his on air career as well as his contributions on the field during his career as a player. In May 2013, Mike was named the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s 26th Missouri Sports Legend in Springfield, Missouri.

August 19, 2013

Valle holds Volleyball Camp

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic High School hosted a four-day summer volleyball camp for girls in grades five through eight who attend grade schools in the area.

Ffty-nine girls attended the camp, which was held July 25, 26, 29, and 30.

The seventh and eighth grade camp ran each morning from 10:30 to 12:30 and the fifth and sixth grade camp ran from 12:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each afternoon.

The emphasis of the camp for both age groups was on learning fundamental volleyball skills, teamwork, and the importance of good sportsmanship.

Nancy Fischer and Carla Stoll, Valle High School’s volleyball coaches, directed the camp.

More than 30 of the high school volleyball players, freshmen through seniors, also assisted during the camp.

8th Grade Participants

Front row: Sydni Basler, Riley Wolk

Second row: Tess Beyatte, Molly Fischer, Drue Lalumandier, Taylor Siebert, Kaydi Heil

Standing: Clare McDowell, Autumn Naeger,, Emma Nickelson, Macy Barley, Hannah Viox

7th Grade Participants

Front: Olivia Grein

Second row: Kayla Steiger, April Flieg, Ericka Loida,

Standing: Isabella Zerwig, Grace Eftink, Lainey Bauman, Hannah Wood, Macy Kertz

6th Grade Participants

Front row: Mary Keeley, Whitley Gegg, Mallory Weiler, Megan Schweigert, Jaida Greminger, Ellie Gatzemeyer

Second row: Lauren Staab, Mabry Basler, Maria Cabral, Emily Grither, Taylor Zerwig, Kylie Samples, Brooke Viox,

Standing: Abbie Heller, Reann Nickelson, Kayleen Warren, Madelyn Flieg, Breelyn Vessel, Olivia Meyer, Erin Mueller, Rachel Basler

Absent from Photo: Alyssa Huber, Rachel Loida

5th Grade Participants

Front row: Alexia VanElzen, Maci Reynolds, Rachel Valle

Second row: Eva Oberle, Bryna Blum, Molly Bahr, Mary Roth, Nicole Valle

Standing: Macy Shuh, Delaney MacMillan, Riley Jo Siebert, Lindsey Naeger, Cora Friedman, Claire Parmer, Briana Watts

Local results from state K of C Horseshoe Tourney

JACKSON – Here are some of the local results from the Knights of Columbus Horseshoe Tournament held in Jackson this weekend.

Jeff Jokerst and Blake Stomberg took 2nd in A class.

Matt and Tony Kertz took fourth place in D class.

Rodney Basler and Greg Gettinger came in third in E class.

John Schweigert and Matt Schweigert took 4th place in B class.

Paula Eichhorn and Kayla Gettinger took 2nd in Class D

Charlie Giesler and Glen Rollhaus 3rd place class A

Jennifer Giesler Gegg and Michelle Gegg Basler 2nd place

Jour de Fete 5K results are released

STE. GENEVIEVE – The results of the 2013 Jour de Fete have been released.

Click here to view the results:

August 15, 2013

Cardinals activate Molina, Robinson

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have activated All-Star catcher Yadier Molina (right knee sprain) and outfielder Shane Robinson (right shoulder strain) from the 15-day disabled list for this afternoon’s series finale with Pittsburgh.

The team also announced that catcher Tony Cruz (stress fracture of left forearm) has been placed on the 15-day D.L. and that infielder Jermaine Curtis was optioned to Memphis (AAA) following last night’s game.

Molina is currently ranked 2nd in the National League in batting (.330), including a .383 mark with runners in scoring position. Robinson, who appeared in three games for Springfield (AA) during an injury rehabilitation assignment last week, was batting .263 in 65 games at the time of his injury. Both Molina and Robinson were placed on the disabled list July 31.

Cruz started at catcher in 11 of the team’s 14 games during Molina’s absence and is batting .212 with one homer and 11 RBI in his 41 games played this season.

August 13, 2013

Cardinals recall infielder Jermaine Curtis

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have recalled infielder Jermaine Curtis from Memphis (AAA) for tonight’s series opener against Pittsburgh. Curtis will take the vacated spot on the team’s 25-active roster created when right-handed pitcher Michal Blazek was optioned to Memphis following Sunday’s game.

Curtis, 26, was batting .259 (79-for-305) in 96 games for Memphis this season, hitting four home runs with 42 RBI. The right-handed hitting rookie appeared in three games for the Cardinals (0-for-2) earlier this season following his purchase from Memphis on April 26.

Curtis was drafted by the Cardinals in 2008 (5th round) out of UCLA. He led the Texas League (AA) in on-base pct. (.416) last season and was 2nd in batting (.313) while earning All-Star honors at Springfield.

Curtis will wear uniform # 55.

August 5, 2013

Baseball champs

STE. GENEVIEVE -- 2013 Ste. Genevieve Boys Major Division Champions.

Coach Glen Rollhaus, Coach Mike Seibel, Jake Seibel, Brandon Hinson, Simon Grass, Coach Jack Grass, Tyler Arnold, Devon Schwent, Ryan Palmer, Hunter Johnson, Nick Robinson and Tristan Rollhaus. (Missing from photo: Matt Bauman, Seth Bauman, Dalton Kertz, Jordan Weibrecht and Jacob Schmidt.)

Huelskamp will compete in rowing in South Korea

STE. GENEVIEVE -- A Ste. Genevieve High School graduate will be competing in the World Rowing Championships August 25th through September 1st in South Korea.

Emily Huelskamp, will be competing in the women’s straight four event.

Huelskamp has her sights set on competing in the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.

She has recently joined the ranks of Twitter and will try to keep it updated with her adventures and results and she invites you to follow her (@EmilyHuelskamp) or email her at Emily.Huelskamp@gmail.com

Cheerleaders attend NCA Cheer Camp

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve High School cheerleaders attended a NCA Cheer Camp at Southeast Missouri State University on July 26th-28th. The squad participated in many classes about leadership, cheers, chants, dances, stunting, and jumps. The squad earned three superior ribbons, a trophy and cooler for their GameTime performance award, as well as the coveted "Spirit Megaphone Award."

Nine of the cheerleaders were nominated for the All American team which allows them to participate in national parades and activities: Senior and captain, Emma Hoover, was the only person at camp to be presented with the individual leadership award. The SGHS cheerleaders also earned a spirit stick each day/night of camp. The squad is coached by Ashley Grein and Rachel Wilson.

Emma Hoover; Individual Leadership Award

All American Nominees; Back Row; Katelyn Roth, Ashlynn Wilson, Amanda Kastner. Middle Row; Anastasia Gegg, Jodessa Bowman, Emma Hoover, Drew Moore. Front Row; Stevie Shelton, Jenna Greishaber

2013 SGHS Cheerleaders: Back Row; Amanda Kastner, Anastasia Gegg, Erin Hayward, Julia Hayward. Middle Row; Coach Grein, Ashlynn Wilson, Georgia McCranie, Jennifer Burr, Katelyn Roth, Jodessa Bowman, Jessi Centiempo, Coach Wilson. Front Row; Ashley Crider, Drew Moore, Katrena Boland, Jenna Greishaber, Danielle Heifner. Laying; and Captains Emma Hoover and Stevie Shelton.

July 31, 2013

Cardinals promote three pitchers

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have recalled three pitchers from Memphis (AAA) for tonight’s double-header in Pittsburgh. Joining the Cardinals tonight are right-handed relievers Michael Blazek and Keith Butler and lefty Tyler Lyons. Lyons is slated to start game two of tonight’s twin bill and will serve as the 26th man under Major League Baseball’s rules for roster expansion during a double-header.

The team also announced that they have optioned left-handed pitcher Marc Rzepczynski and right-handed pitcher Fernando Salas to Memphis (AAA). Rzepczynski was sent down earlier today and Salas was optioned following last night’s game.

Blazek, 24, will be making his third stint on the Major League roster this season. The rookie has played at three levels this season, going a combined 0-1 with a 1.41 ERA and 9 saves with Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA). He has appeared in four games (3.0 IP) for St. Louis.

Butler, a 24-year-old rookie, has also appeared at three levels this year. He is 1-2 with a 2.81 ERA and 8 saves between Springfield and Memphis and has posted a 1.98 ERA in 12 games (13.2 IP) for St. Louis.

Lyons, 25, made six starts for the Cardinals earlier this year, going 2-3 with a 5.51 ERA. Since returning to Memphis in late June, the rookie left-hander has gone 4-0 with a 1.65 ERA (32.2 IP/6 ER) in six starts, working into the 7th inning in all but two of those outings while striking out 37.

His overall season mark at Memphis stands at 6-1 with a 3.00 ERA in 14 games started (87.0 IP) with 75 strikeouts and a .226 opponent’s batting average.

Blazek will wear uniform #67, Butler # 65 and Lyons #70.

Mike Shannon to take over team’s twitter account @cardinals

ST. LOUIS – Cardinals broadcaster Mike Shannon will hold his first-ever "Twittercast," taking over @Cardinals for Wednesday night’s game against the Pirates.

"While his voice is synonymous with Cardinals baseball, this will be Mike’s social media debut," said Bill DeWitt III, President of the Cardinals. "This should be a lot of fun as Mike makes the transition from behind the microphone to behind the computer or smart phone for one night to tell the story of the game in 140 characters or less."

During Wednesday’s game versus the Pirates – which is scheduled for 6:05 p.m. in Pittsburgh at PNC Park – Shannon will step away from his play-by-play seat on the Cardinals Radio Network and into Mike Shannon’s Grill in Edwardsville, IL, where he will host the @Cardinals Twitter Takeover.

Throughout the game, Shannon will comment on game action, share personal anecdotes, tweet answers to fan questions and more on @Cardinals under the hashtag #MikeShannon.

This marks the first time that the Cardinals Twitter account will be taken over by a personality. The first @Cardinals Twitter Takeover occurred earlier this season when fan retweets told the story of the game during the club’s annual Social Media Night at the Ballpark. Fans are encouraged to join the conversation by submitting their questions for Mike on Twitter by using the hashtag #MikeShannon.

Shannon has manned the Cardinals broadcast booth since 1972. Throughout his tenure as the Voice of the Cardinals, Shannon has also made appearances for the Cardinals television broadcasts, including as a pre-game analyst for Fox Sports Midwest. A St. Louis native, Shannon played for the Cardinals from 1962 to 1970, a span that included two World Championships (’64 and ’67) and a National League pennant in 1968. In 1999, Shannon was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in recognition of his on air career as well as his contributions on the field during his career as a player. In May 2013, Mike was named the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s 26th Missouri Sports Legend in Springfield, Missouri.

Al Hrabosky will join John Rooney on the Cardinals Radio Network in place of Mike Shannon for the Wednesday night matchup. For more information on the takeover, fans can visit cardinals.com/mikeshannon.

Mike Shannon’s Grill

Mike Shannon’s Grill, the new upscale-casual eatery from the team behind downtown St. Louis’ favorite steakhouse Mike Shannon’s Steaks and Seafood, is the first new Shannon family restaurant in 27 years. Located in Edwardsville, IL in the Park at Plum Creek development, the restaurant serves comfort cuisine appealing to a wide variety of customers and dining occasions.

Cardinals Social Media

The Cardinals have seen dramatic growth in the team’s various social media platforms in recent years, most notably on Twitter (@cardinals) and Facebook (facebook.com/cardinals). In May of 2010, when the team used Twitter to launch the Stand for Stan effort to celebrate Stan Musial, the team had just over 5,000 followers. Today, the team has more than 300,000 followers on Twitter, making @Cardinals one of the largest followings in Major League Baseball. The Cardinals have more than 1.4 million fans on Facebook, as well as a growing presence on other social media platforms such as Instagram, Vine, Tumblr, Pinterest and Google Plus.

The Cardinals’ various social media efforts, such as the Stand for Stan Campaign, Facebook Fridays with Fredbird, the 2011 Like Mike Facebook campaign, the 2012 #FreesePlease Final Vote push and the 2013 #VinetheVote & #VoteSTL Fan All-Star balloting push have all been designed to take advantage of these communication mediums that are transforming how fans interact with the club. Fans can learn more about the club’s social media activity by visiting cardinals.com/connect.

Marc Rzepczynski dealt for minor leaguer Juan Herrera

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have acquired minor league shortstop Juan Herrera from the Cleveland Indians in exchange for left-handed pitcher Marc Rzepczynski who the Cardinals had optioned to Memphis (AAA) earlier today.

Herrera, 20, was batting .275 in 39 games this season for Mahoning Valley of the New York-Penn League (A). He has hit 9 doubles with a homer and 11 RBI. The 5-11, 165-pound right-handed hitting native of Bani, Dominican Republic, was signed by Cleveland as a non-drafted free-agent on October 6, 2010.

Herrera will be assigned to the State College (Pa.) Spikes roster of the New York-Penn League (A).