Monday, November 12, 2012
Vote for the fan's choice for the top boys soccer player in the GAC.
The 2012 boys soccer season is in the books for all the Gateway Athletic Conference teams, but it's time to take a look back. Yes, it's time for another edition of the St. Charles County Athlete of the Week fan poll. Except this week has a twist. Instead of looking at the last week, we're looking at the entire season. Tell us in the poll below: Who was the top GAC boys soccer player in 2012? Jordan Stephens—Francis Howell: Francis Howell's Jordan Stephens was the top point getter in all of the GAC. Stephens was led the GAC South, all of the GAC with his 67 points. The majority of his points came from his 26 goals—best in the GAC. He also chipped in 15 assists for the Vikings. Andrew Deppe—St. Charles High School: When it came to scoring …
Monday, March 19, 2012
Show your school spirit by voting for your school's Patch Athlete of the Week!
At the end of the recent basketball season the GAC North and the GAC South named first-team all conference for boys and girls basketball. Ten players from the teams all around were chosen to be first-team all conference. We know want to know who you think is the best of the best. This week, we'll look at the boys. The candidates are: George Cater—Fort Zumwalt South: Cater led the Bulldogs in scoring with 13.8 points per game, including a team-high 65 made 3-pointers. Chaz Glotta—Fort Zumwalt North: Glotta was the top scorer for North with an average of 19.3 points per contest. Josh Ross—Fort Zumwalt East: Ross scored a team-high 15.9 points per game and added a team-best 2.41 assists per game for the Lions. Trevor Tune—Duchesne: Tune …
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Check out the results from Friday night's games for teams in the Gateway Athletic Conference North and South.
The fifth week of the high school football season is in the books and races are starting to take shape. St. Charles West remains the only undefeated team in the GAC conference after five weeks and St. Charles is the only team without a win. Let's take a look at Week 5. Here's how Week 5 broke down: Here's how Week 5 broke down:
Friday, April 22, 2011
Superintendents approve adding Orchard Farm, Winfield to conference.
Orchard Farm and Winfield High Schools will be moving to the Gateway Athletic Conference. School superintendents from members of the Gateway Athletic Conference voted in favor of inviting the two smaller schools into the conference, but turned down Pattonville, which has a larger student body. Athletic Directors from the Gateway schools on Tuesday had supported the entry of Pattonville, Winfield and Orchard Farm. St. Charles School District Superintendent Randy Charles said he thinks Orchard Farm will be a welcome addition to the conference, which will lose Duchesne High School to the Archdiocesan Athletic Association in 2013. St. Charles High School and St. Charles West High School are two of the smallest schools in the GAC currently. …
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
District is one of three that the GAC superintendents will consider adding to the conference this week.
Orchard Farm School District may find out this week if it's the newest member of the Gateway Athletic Conference (GAC). The athletic directors of current GAC member schools on Tuesday recommended adding Pattonville, Winfield and Orchard Farm High Schools to the GAC, said Dave Witter, athletic director at Francis Howell High School. The athletic directors planned to meet with seven superintendents of GAC schools on Thursday to discuss the recommendation. The superintendents from the St. Charles, Fort Zumwalt, Francis Howell, Troy, Warrenton, Wentzville and Washington School Districts would make the final decision. The athletic directors started talking about an expanding the 15-member GAC after Duchesne High School announced plans to leave …
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
A roundup of the region's major developments for Wednesday.
Here are the top stories from Patch sites in your area: BLOG RECAP: Hadley Township Discussion and Richmond Heights City Council Meeting of Feb. 8 SSD Teacher of the Year Revealed GAC Swimming and Diving Championship Kicks Off at Rec Plex Moms Talk: Easing the Worry of Preteen Parenting Let the Drink Flow at the Missouri Winefest
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Corey Whiteside and TJ Short lead charge by Pirates to win 69-45.
The St. Charles Pirates shut down Northwest's outside shooting game while putting together a balanced attack of their own as they cruised to a 69-45 victory Saturday in a GAC/Suburban Basketball Challenge matchup at the Family Arena. Both teams ended the day at .500 on the season as the Lions fell to 3-3 with the loss while the Pirates improved to 4-4 with the win. Pirates' Coach Rick Foster cited the game as the top performance for his squad this season. "We shut down their key players and I think we played as well today sharing the ball as we have all year," said Foster. St. Charles' offensive charge was distributed evenly between sophomore guard Corey Whiteside, who had 19 points including three 3-pointers and senior guard TJ Short, who…
Vikings post fourth-straight win.
ST. CHARLES - As the weather gets colder, the Parkway North basketball team seems to get hotter. North used a methodical, business-like effort to dispose of St. Charles West 56-43 on Saturday night in the Gateway Athletic Conference/Suburban Basketball Challenge at the Family Arena in St. Charles The streaking Vikings (4-3) posted their fourth successive win after starting the season with three straight losses. "Our kids have continued to buy into what we preach," said North coach Russell Vincent. "This is a good group. They work hard and they compete." North senior guard Dorian Hobbs Jr. and junior forward Darrell Johnson led a balanced attack with 14 points each. Senior Devin Newsom chipped in with eight points. Nine …