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Athletes honor those affected by breast cancer

During a home game against Clayton Oct. 22, freshman Josh Seager kicks the ball away from the goal. Seager and his team played in honor of breast cancer awareness month.
November 11, 2020
“The highlight of the event was playing for those affected by cancer and winning the game,” Seager said. “I played for my mom’s friend who died because of breast cancer, it was a good way to honor her.”

Senior Nolan Cosgrove scores a Division I spot as a goalie

Leaping to save a ball, senior Nolan Cosgrove defends the goal against an opposing shot from Parkway Central. After deciding to attend University of Tulsa, Cosgrove is looking forward to the competitive nature of college soccer. “Playing soccer in high school is just trying to play at the highest level that you can while you’re here and trying to put in as much work as you can while you’re here, so that way you can be prepared whenever you do go into that college environment,” Nolan said.
November 14, 2018

After three years of creating a name for himself in high school, senior Nolan Cosgrove has begun preparing for his future at the University of Tulsa. Since the age of five, Nolan has dreamed of playing...

Varsity soccer player Leul Mesfin takes his skills out of the country

Rushing towards the ball, senior Leul Mesfin blocks a Westminster player from taking the ball.
September 29, 2017

While other varsity soccer players are focusing on college, senior Leul Mesfin is taking extra classes and working to graduate early. Mesfin was offered the opportunity to play for the Chievo Verona academy...

Athlete Spotlight: Andrew Engelmeyer

Sophomore Andrew Engelmeyer saves a goal against Ladue to send the game to penalty kicks
October 22, 2014
Sophomore Andrew Engelmeyer moved up from JV to Varsity on the Boys Soccer team to become the starting goalie.

Soccer defeats Ladue in penalty kicks

Sophomore goalkeeper Andrew Engelmeyer makes a save in the win against Ladue.
October 3, 2014
Defeating rival team Ladue, Boys Varsity Soccer shot out the team in penalty kicks, moving them to a 2-2 conference record.
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