Affton High School Senior, Stephen Pinkerton, signed with Missouri Valley College to play volleyball.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Congratulations to the three seniors who signed with college teams this week!
Friday, February 8, 2013
Congratulations to the three athletes who signed with college teams Wednesday!
The Lindbergh School District congratulates three Lindbergh High School seniors who recently signed letters of intent to play at the college level. The following students will play college soccer next year, according to a news release from the school district: Lucy Vogt, soccer - Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois Defender Lucy Vogt will continue her soccer career at Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois, where she plans to major in athletic training. Lucy, daughter of Matt and Maggie Vogt, also participates in Student Council, National Honor Society, Yearbook, Try-POD and the swim team. She will play soccer under the direction of Coach Ted Flogaites at WIU. Angela Black, soccer - Morehead State University, Morehead, …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Six high school athletes in Affton signed to play sports in college Wednesday.
Six Affton high school athletes signed to play on collegiate sports teams on Signing Day. From Cor Jesu: Jenny Antonacci, a member of the 2012 Cor Jesu State Championship soccer team, will return to the field for one more season this spring before heading to Southeast Missouri State University, where she will play soccer. Sofia Carretero, a defensive standout on the Midwest Championship field hockey team this past fall, will be heading to DePaul University. Kathleen Golterman, who captured state championships in both field hockey and soccer at Cor Jesu, will be playing soccer at the University of Dayton. Elizabeth Horak, the MVP of the 2013 Midwest Championship field hockey team and Post-Dispatch All-Metro Field Hockey Player of the Year…
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Spread the word about your athlete's accomplishments on National Signing Day.
Wednesday, high school athletes in a variety of sports will be putting pen to paper and making official their pledge to play football, soccer, baseball and other sports at the college level. Particularly in the world of college football, "National Signing Day" has turned into something of a holiday for fans eager to find out if their favorite college program will get the top "blue-chip" recruits. With so many schools in the area, there's no way we can get to all of them, which is where you come in. There are three ways you can make sure the athletes in your family or at your school can get the spotlight that he or she deserves. (All require a Patch login, which is free and painless!) You can also email a photo to Lindsay.Toler@patch.com or…