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District 5 Volleyball Champions Hosts Sectionals; Same Time as Dist. Football

By Jim Wieners

The Missouri State High School Activities Association has been assigning selected district winners to host four-team sectional tournaments in Girls Volleyball and for 2014-15 the district winners who will host sectional tournaments are One, Five, Nine and 13.

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Suburban 12 North Conference Begins With Hazelwood Central-McCluer

By Jim Wieners

When Courtland Griffin is a McCluer North student in the late 1990s the Suburban North Conference was a nine-team league and Riverview Gardens was a 1998 Class 5A State Football Champion.

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Four -Class Boys Soccer Plays Mainly 4 -Team Districts

By Jim Wieners

Beginning this school year High School Soccer is a four class sport and this year 226 high schools will be playing Boys Soccer.

So the largest 192 schools will be divided into the largest three classes with 16 districts each and four teams in each district. Class One will have eight districts, four teams in six and five teams in two, but no area teams will be in Class One. The make up girls’ districts will be the same but the number of teams in Class One has yet to be determined.

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District Football Rematches: East Visits Webster Grove, McCluer North Hosts Kirkwood

By Jim Wieners

On Nov. 6, 2013, in the second round of Class Five, District Two Football playoffs McCluer North was shut out at Kirkwood 34-0 in Jim Schottmueller’s final game as the Stars’ head coach while at Ritenour Hazelwood East ended their season with a 38-21 loss to Webster Groves.

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Ferguson Florissant School District Ready for Students on Monday

Ready to Embrace the New School Year

The Staff and Administration at the Ferguson-Florissant School District have been busy addressing the unforeseen and tragic issues facing our community as we prepare for the new school year.  Our Board of Education made an important and supportive decision to delay the school start until Monday, Aug. 25.  “Our staff has taken advantage of this extra week to make scheduling adjustments, ensure the safety of our campuses and prepare our staff to welcome our students and celebrate a new school year,” said acting superintendent Lawrence Larrew.

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Hazelwood Central, DeSmet Meet Again; McCluer North Begins Griffin Era

By Jim Wieners

For the fifth consecutive year Hazelwood Central and DeSmet Jesuit will meet on the football field and it is the third time in five years, the first since 2011, they will open the season.

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