Thursday, October 25, 2012
STL Sports Productions and Buffalo Wild Wings will present live telecasts of the football game on Friday.
STL Sports Productions and Buffalo Wild Wings will present live telecasts of the football game on Friday. Watch Fort Zumwalt West take on Jefferson City on Friday, Oct. 26 at 6:45 p.m by clicking here. Buffalo Wild Wings located at Highways K and N in O'Fallon will also host a live game.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Zumwalt North High School Athletic Director Ted Hickey talks this week in sports.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
This year the Panthers will compete in the newly alligned GAC Central.
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Vikings pound out nine hits and 11 runs on Mizzou-bound starter Gerrion Grim to advance to quarters for first time since 2003.
Most members of the Parkway North baseball team know all about Fort Zumwalt South star pitcher Gerrion Grim, a senior righthander, who's had a brilliant high school career and is headed to the University of Missouri to play ball next season. But Grim isn't the first future Division-I college pitcher the Vikings have faced this season. So they weren't intimidated one bit, despite Grim's reputation for having a 90-plus mile-per-hour fastball and a curveball that can turn batter's knees into Jell-O. "He's a great pitcher no doubt, a definite ace," Parkway North head coach Fred Friedman said. "But we faced CBC's ace, and Kirkwood's ace, and we've seen plenty of good pitchers. So our guys know to just take our at-bats, and see what we can do." …
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Running back Alex Martin goes for 178 yards and three touchdowns in Vikings’ 49-28 upset win over No. 3-ranked Jaguars.
WELDON SPRING – On a cold November night last season, the Fort Zumwalt West High football team took on then-No. 3 ranked archrival Francis Howell High in a MSHSAA Class 6 state quarterfinal matchup, and pulled off one of the great upsets of the 2010 season, and eliminated the Vikings from the state playoffs with a 34-28 win. It seems Francis Howell spent a whole year seething over that loss, because on Friday night, exactly one year after the last year’s upset, the Vikings got their revenge, by eliminating the current No. 3 team in the state Jaguars from this year’s playoffs, with a 49-28 win at Howell Stadium. “We just made way too many mistakes, and when you make mistakes in playoff football, that’s what happens,” West head coach Paul …
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Stiff Crusader defense stymies Warrenton until offense can get going in second half.
After seven fairly comfortable wins to start the 2011 season, the St. Dominic High football team had to endure a less enjoyable experience in its Class 4 District 8 opener against Warrenton (MO) High School Friday night at Crusader Stadium. The Crusaders managed to win the game, 14-0, over the visiting Warriors, but almost nothing felt comfortable about it—not even when St. Dominic scored in the final minutes to take a touchdown lead. “They’ve got a real good team,” St. Dominic head coach Jim Cook said. “They’ve got a lot of speed and they can throw the ball around real good.” And because of that ability to move the ball in big chunks through the passing game, and the fact that St. Dom hasn’t faced many opponents that play that way, Cook …
Friday, October 14, 2011
Unbeaten Crusaders will host team that advanced to the Class 4 state championship game in 2010.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS – PREP FOOTBALL GAME PREVIEW Warrenton Warriors (1-6) vs. St. Dominic Crusaders (7-0) Friday, Oct. 14, 2011 – 7 p.m. – St. Dominic High School The Missouri High School district football playoffs begin this week, with games all over the state, including an intriguing Friday night matchup at St. Dominic High School, between the host Crusaders and the visiting Warrenton Warriors. St. Dominic has been one of the best teams in the area, with a 7-0 record, and a defense that allows just over 10 points a game. While Warrenton is having a difficult 2011 season, with just one victory this year, after winning a school-record 11 games and advancing to the Class 4 state championship game last year. This year, the Warriors have …
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Jags score big in second and third quarters of dominant win over over visiting Wolves.
FORT ZUMWALT WEST HIGH SCHOOL – The Fort Zumwalt West football team won its fourth straight game, and clinched at least a tie for the GAC South championship, thanks to a 45-10 win over visiting Timberland High, Friday night at Hoekel Stadium. The Jaguars came into Friday’s action the No. 6-ranked team in Missouri Class 6 football, and after a slow start by their high-powered standards, looked every bit like one of the best teams in the state, in what became a blowout win over the league rival Wolves. “I didn’t like how we start one bit,” West Head Coach Paul Day said. “We had a bunch of mistakes, turnovers, bad plays. It was just bad. Some of that credit has to go to Timberland though. I thought they played hard.” The Wolves, who fell to 2…
Friday, October 7, 2011
GAC South foes will square off as 4-2 Zumwalt West hosts 2-4 Timberland.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS – PREP FOOTBALL GAME PREVIEW Timberland Wolves (2-4) vs. Fort Zumwalt West Jaguars (4-2) Friday, Oct. 7, 2011 at 7 p.m. at Hoekel Stadium Two teams coming off big wins last week, will meet in an important GAC South football matchup at Fort Zumwalt West’s Hoekel Stadium Friday night, when the Timberland Wolves trek east down I-70 for showdown with the first place West Jaguars. Timberland, which desperately needed to get back on the winning track after losing four straight, did just that was a fantastic 38-26 win over Fort Zumwalt North last week. Junior running back Lucas Jordan had a breakout game for the Wolves, rushing for 176 yards and two touchdowns – the most yards he’s had in a game since going for 241 in the …
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Zumwalt West's senior forward is off to fantastic start in 2011, already has more goals in six games than he did the entire 2010 season.
After a modest, but solid turn coming off the bench for the Fort Zumwalt West boys varsity soccer team in 2010, 2011 season senior forward Trevor Carter decided he wanted his final year to be something special. Carter had always worked out and played club soccer during the summers before his high school seasons, but heading into his final year and knowing he would be moved to the starting lineup, the 5’9, 170-pounder decided he wanted to be his best. “I didn’t want to be a bum, sitting around not doing anything all summer,” Carter said. “So I worked out a lot. I did a lot of weight training to get (stronger). I definitely wanted to start off strong, and hopefully, we’ll start to see it pay off.” Well, it sure seems like it has, as Carter, …