Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The freshman could represent the United States in a World Championship tournament this summer.
Jayson Tatum is a step closer to seeing if he'll represent the United States overseas this summer. The Chaminade Colege Preparatory School standout, who earned Co-MCC Player of the Year honors as a Freshman, was officially named Wednesday to the 2013-14 USA Developmental U16 National Team. The final roster for the team, which will compete in Uruguay at the FIBA Americas U16 Championship, will be determined after training camp in Colorado Springs in early June. Tatum follows in the footsteps of former Chaminade star Bradley Beal, who also competed for the Under-16 Team USA club.
Monday, March 4, 2013
The Butler University-bound senior took control of the district tournament that included wins over Parkway West and CBC.
Update: De Smet Jesuit's Nolan Berry is your winner this week, with a late surge, capped off by the team's convincing win against Jackson in the state quarterfinals to earn a trip to Columbia for the Final Four. Tell us in the comment section who we should nominate for the next round starting Monday! Creve Coeur Patch is a place to celebrate local high school athletes. Show your support for these young student athletes by cheering them on in the comments thread, sharing your own photos with the Patch community and voting in the poll. Do you think we're missing someone? Tell us in the comments and share his or her photo to the gallery above. (It's easy. Just click the Upload Photos and Videos link.) We'll add them to the poll as quickly …
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Choose among our four worthy high school standouts. Voting is underway until Friday at 4 p.m. The winner will be announced Sunday.
Monday, February 25, 2013
The Chaminade freshman was just named co-player of the year for the Metro Catholic Conference.
Updated Saturday 1:00 p.m. Chaminade College Prep's Jayson Tatum is your latest Patch MVP, according to you, the voters. Tatum edged out fellow co-Metro Catholic Conference Player of the Year Jimmy Barton in voting that wrapped up Friday afternoon. Tatum went out and bolstered his team's bid for a state title by scoring 18 second half points en route to a district title win against Ladue Friday night. Original Story Creve Coeur Patch is a place to celebrate local high school athletes. Show your support for these young student athletes by cheering them on in the comments thread, sharing your own photos with the Patch community and voting in the poll. Do you think we're missing someone? Tell us in the comments and share his or her photo to …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The junior midfielder is the fourth Chaminade soccer player to be selected Gatorade's Player of the Year in Missouri.
The Gatorade Company is no stranger to the athletic program at Chaminade College Preparatory School, and today the school is back on the sports drink firm's radar. Midfielder Tommy Barlow was named Tuesday as the 2012-2013 Gatorade Missouri Boys Soccer Player of the Year. Barlow, a junior, scored 27 goals and had 17 assists this year. He was a key cog in the Red Devils' push to the state title match, where the team fell to CBC. Barlow becomes the fourth soccer player to earn Gatorade state honors, following Mike Roach, Tim Collico and Brad Davis, although he's the first junior at the school to win. The company will name a national winner in May. Chaminade's Bradley Beal was honored as Gatorade's national basketball player of the year in …
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Chaminade could get a rematch with SLUH later this week.
The Chaminade Red Devils scored early and often in a district semi-final matchup against the McCluer Comets which ended 10-0 in the second half due to the mercy rule. Chaminade (19-2-2) advances to host the district final Saturday against the winner of Tuesday's St. Louis University High-Ritenour matchup, which will also be played at Chaminade. Check out more photos from Monday's match in our Facebook Gallery The Red Devils suffered their first loss of the season against the Jr. Bills September 21 in a 3-1 defeat at Soccer Park. Watch the Chaminade-McCluer match replay via the CSPN feed we've embedded in this story.
Thursday, August 23, 2012
Size on both the offensive and defensive line returns for the Red Devils in 2012.
Chaminade Head Football Coach Doug Taylor is back at the helm for another Red Devil season, and just like years past, he barely has to look outside his own conference to find a tough schedule of opponents. Metro Catholic Conference foes De Smet and CBC are in the Top 5 in the Class 6 preseason rankings. Rockwood Summit, also on the schedule, are number 5 in the Class 6 poll. Among Taylor's tasks this season--replace a gutty running back in Dixon Anthon, and Brandon Minor, a linebacker getting interest from Division I college programs who transferred to McCluer North. Coach Taylor answered a few of the big questions heading into Friday's opener at Summit. 1. Key players Returning: Bryon Beal 6’3” 355 Sr. OG/DT, Byron Beal 6’3” 330 Sr. OG/…
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Brother Louis Pinckert died last week in Texas.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Former Chaminade student, teacher and Athletic Director at Chaminade died last week in San Antonio, Texas.
Funeral arrangements are scheduled for Wednesday at Our Lady of The Pillar Catholic Church in Creve Coeur to remember Brother Louis W. Pinckert S.M., the former Chaminade College Prep student, teacher and Athletic Director who died July 26 in San Antonio, TX at the age of 87. Read: Legacy.com obituary for Brother Louis W. Pinckert, S.M. According to Chaminade's website, visitation is scheduled for 9 a.m. at Our Lady of the Pillar, followed by a 10 a.m. funeral mass. Burial is scheduled for 11 a.m. at Maryhurst Cemetery.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
On-the-field penalties put in perspective by damage done to innocent children, say alumni and advocates.
The shockwaves sent through the college athletic world over the last 48 hours with Penn State University's decision to remove the statue of former head football coach Joe Paterno, followed by the NCAA's announcement of massive penalties as a result of the school's handling of child sex abuse allegations that went unreported for more than a dozen years are being felt in Creve Coeur. Tony Kalinowski, President of Roman, Butler, Fullerton & Co., an investment firm in Creve Coeur, is a 1979 graduate of the school and is a former President of the St. Louis Alumni Association chapter. He told Patch shortly after the NCAA sanctions were announced Monday that he felt a lot of sadness. "And not so much for the University, but of course the kids who…