The Webster Groves High softball team didn't exactly enter this season with high hopes.The Statesmen sported a young group coming off a 12-15 campaign.But there is something to be said for chemistry, according to senior infielder Grace Behrle. “I think that we've all been playing together so long and we know each other really well so working together is really fun,” Behrle said.Webster Groves is one of the surprise teams over the first month of the season.
Summit soccer coach Chris Kappler has decided this school year will be his last as head coach of the Falcons boys and girls teams.Kappler has been in coaching for 25 years, 23 at Summit and the last 13 as the boys and girls head coach. He made his intention known earlier this week in meetings with players and a letter sent home to parents.“There is really not any one major reason I made this decision,” Kappler said. “It's just when you know, you know, and now it's time for me.
MANCHESTER • When Fort Zumwalt West catcher Kesley Etling dons the 'tools of ignorance' as her equipment is often called, the senior is the antithesis of such a put down.Etling currently possesses a 4.1 grade-point-average while taking college credit courses. She is bound for Saint Louis University.“She is, by far, one of the smartest catchers I have ever had behind the plate,” West senior pitcher Josie Wagner said. “The location she wants, the pitch she wants, she knows everything.
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Selecting a term
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