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O'Fallon Recognizes St. Dominic Soccer Teams For Making State History

The St. Dominic girls team record for the season was 28-2 and the boys was 23-5.

For the first time in Missouri history, one local school brought home a state championship win for both its boys and girls varsity teams. 

The St. Dominic High School soccer teams were recognized for their accomplishments, alongside Coach Greg Keller at the Jan. 10 O'Fallon City Council meeting. 

The St. Dominic girls team record for the season was 28-2 and the boys was 23-5. Crusader Coach Greg Koeller was also named Coach of the Year in High School Soccer. 

"We feel very blessed that in our school community, we have great families that provide us with such great student athletes," Koeller said as the audience applauded and the teams received the proclamation. "Not only do these people perform out on the field for us, but they also do a tremendous job in the classroom." 

Jim Frain January 17, 2013 at 02:47 PM
Congratulations to St. Dominic Soccer Teams and Most Importantly to the Outstanding Students That St. Dominic High School brings to our city, our county, our state and our country.
Terry Murphy January 18, 2013 at 02:53 AM
Congrats to the St. Dominic soccer teams for this outstanding achievement. A special thanks to Mr Dave Fitzler who's many years of hard work and dedication laid the foundation for St. Dominic's soccer programs which are now winning State Championships. Congrats to all of the Student Athletes at St. Dominic.

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