Monthly Archives: May 2015

Rugraff Tackles Oregon Walk On Bid: ‘Look back and say you gave it everything you had.”

Sunday afternoon, members of the class of 2015 at St. Charles West High School will officially receive their diplomas, and begin the next chapter of their lives.  We were intrigued by the story of Senior linebacker Blake Rugraff. He’s now … Continue reading

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Eureka’s Hannah Long Aims For Return Invite to adidas Dream Mile

In a storied distance career at Eureka High School which includes running the fastest mile in state history and being named the 2013 Gatorade Girls Track and Field and the 2014-15 Girls Cross Country Player of the Year in the … Continue reading

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Ft. Zumwalt South Graduates To State Track Meet

What would you do if the biggest track meet of your season to date coincided with one of the most important events of your academic life to date? That was a question foisted upon four members of the Fort Zumwalt … Continue reading

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When Graduation Ceremonies Are Not One Size Fits All

We are knee-deep in the pomp and circumstance season…usually featuring packed auditoriums with hundreds of graduates and their families together to celebrate hard-earned goals. But amid all the photos and tweets from ceremonies I’ve seen shared over the last week … Continue reading

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Kirkwood’s Lauryn Miller Nets USA Basketball U16 Slot

Rising junior Lauryn Miller will be busy this summer, representing the U.S. following her selection Monday to the U16 girls squad. She arrived back from Colorado Springs late last night. Her mother Romona shared this with us this morning.  It … Continue reading

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When Sportsmanship Helps Heal A Torn ACL

Duchesne Head Soccer Coach Patrick Turner laid it out clearly for us when the season began. The Pioneers, aiming for a third straight girls state title with a lineup dominated by a senior class that had known plenty of success … Continue reading

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Bommarito Chooses Emory: When the best choice isn’t Division I

Back in February, we shared the story of former CBC guard Beau Bommarito, who decided to take a post-graduation detour to IMG Academy in Florida after he left West County last spring. When we left him, it was several weeks … Continue reading

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