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Softball Lady Knights Edge Pacific, Beat St. Clair - The Missourian
Increasing its winning streak to five games, the Borgia softball Knights defeated Pacific Wednesday, 7-6, and St. Clair Thursday, 15-0. Playing each other for the second time in four days, the Lady Knights edged Pacific (2-3) on a comeback Wednesday, 7-6.
Horror Movie Master Wes Craven Dies at 76 - The Missourian
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It's hard enough to redefine a genre once in a career, but horror virtuoso Wes Craven managed to do it twice. The prolific writer-director, who died Sunday at age 76, ushered in two distinct eras of suburban slashers, first in the ...
Soccer Bulldogs Split First Two Matches - The Missourian
Penalty kicks kept the St. Clair soccer Bulldogs from starting their season 2-0. The Bulldogs won their opening game of the season Tuesday, beating Fredericktown, 3-1, and losing Wednesday to Sullivan, 2-1, in a shootout. In the Fredericktown game, senior ...
Borgia Swims Past Washington, Ft. Zumwalt East - The Missourian
Diving into the 2015 season, the Borgia swim Knights defeated Washington and Ft. Zumwalt East in a tri-meet Tuesday. Borgia scored 113 points while Washington took second at 71 and Ft. Zumwalt East ended with 69 points. “The boys did great,” Borgia ...
Volleyball Lady Jays Rally to Win Two Matches - The Missourian
After losing their first match of the season to Marquette, the Washington volleyball Lady Jays responded with wins. They beat Francis Howell Central, 25-18, 25-21, and Fort Zumwalt South, 25-7, 25-16, in their two matches this week. All 14 players helped ...
Soccer Blue Jays Fall Twice in Tournament - The Missourian
It wasn’t the start to the season Derek Schriewer was hoping for. His Washington soccer Blue Jays lost both games in the Northwest/Parkway West Tournament, falling to Fox, 5-1, and Rockwood Summit, 3-0. In the Jays’ first game against Fox, poor ...
Union Police “Coffee With a Cop” is Wednesday - The Missourian
The next “Coffee With a Cop” will be held Wednesday, Sept. 2, from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the Union Hardee’s. People are invited to meet with Union police officers over a cup of coffee provided by the restaurant.
Library to Hold ‘Prep-A-Thon’ For Disaster Preparedness Month - The Missourian
September is National Preparedness Month. To inspire area residents to prepare for a disaster, the Washington Public Library is hosting a “Prep-A-Thon” with programs focusing on emergency preparedness taking place throughout the month and appealing to ...
Volleyball Falcons Sweep Wentworth in Home Opener - The Missourian
Returning home was just what the East Central College volleyball Falcons needed. ECC defeated Wentworth Military in the home opener, 26-24, 25-21, 25-10. The win was twice as nice for the Falcons (2-3) as it also came over an NJCAA Division II Region 16 ...
Golf, Disc Style - The Missourian
The St. Clair Disc Golf Course in Evergreen Park has become a popular place this summer, and Thursday was no exception. Here, Ron Dykhuizen, St. Clair, center, watches his disc approach the basket while playing partners Wilfred Dykhuizen, St. Clair, left ...
Tate, Myers Shut Out Duchesne - The Missourian
Senior Marissa Tate and sophomore Megan Myers combined for seven innings of shutout ball in Pacific softball’s 8-0 win over Duchesne Tuesday. Lady Indians Head Coach Tonya Lewis was happy with her team’s performance and with being able to use all her ...
Concrete Plant Rezone to Be Voted On Next Week — Lawsuit May Be Filed if Rezoning Approved - The Missourian
A contentious proposal to rezone land in Gray Summit for a concrete plant may go to court if the Franklin County Commission approves the matter next week. Officials said Thursday that the rezoning will be voted on at next week’s regular meeting of the ...
Preservation Commission Announces New Award for Historically Accurate Designs - The Missourian
The Washington Historic Preservation Commission now has a way to recognize new construction that pays tribute to the historic aspect of Washington. The award “Creating New History” was approved unanimously by the commission at its regular meeting in ...
Volleyball Lady Knights Open With Two League Victories - The Missourian
Borgia’s volleyball Lady Knights started the Andrea Beaty era with two Archdiocesan Athletic Association Large Division wins in St. Louis. Borgia defeated Cardinal Ritter Tuesday, 25-5, 25-6, and Notre Dame Thursday, 25-14, 27-25. “I feel like we had a ...
Riverfront Access Closing Monday for Asphalt Work - The Missourian
A project to construct a new pedestrian sidewalk crossing the railroad tracks at Lafayette Street should be completed early next week. City Engineer Dan Boyce said the sidewalk project could be completed as early as Tuesday, Sept. 1. All that’s left to ...