Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Ryan Fogle, the U.S. diplomat being detained in Russia, attended Mary Institute Country Day School, KTRS reports. He's reportedly accused of being an undercover CIA agent.
According to KTRS, Ryan C. Fogle is a U.S. diplomat from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow who attended Mary Institute Country Day School and graduated in 2002. Fogle was detained in Russia during the overnight hours from Monday to Tuesday. The KTRS report states that Fogle is accused of being an undercover Central Intelligence Agency officer attempting to recruit a member of the Russian intelligence services. Fogle was released to U.S. diplomats, Russia's Federal Security Service reported, according to KTRS. (Read the complete KTRS report and see photos here.) EDITOR'S NOTE: This article has been updated to reflect KTRS as the reporting news source, not KMOX as initially stated in this article. Join Ladue-Frontenac Patch for more community news…
Saturday, April 6, 2013
With a full count and down to the last out, Harrison Burns clears the bases with a 3 RBI double to right field.
Man bites dog...freshman beats a senior. Improbable as that seems, a MICDS freshman cleared the bases with a 3 RBI double in the home-half of the 7th to knock off the visiting Ladue Rams (8-1) on their home field Saturday. It was an exciting and heart-stopping win for the 3-1 Rams on the young season. With the sacks full and with a 3 ball, 2 strike count, freshman Harrison Burns laced a four seamer fast ball off Ladue senior reliever Lex Kaplan for the bases clearing hit and a walk-off win. The Rams went into the home-half of the 7th, down 10-7 and facing an almost certain defeat. Kaplan, working his second inning of relief threw a high hard one, and Jack Rouse swatted it over the left center field fence for a home run. Trey Baur ground …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Teams are in the final week of regular season play before the start of district play.
Chaminade moved to 16-8 on the season Tuesday with a 67-59 win over the MICDS Rams, who fell to 11-13. The Red Devils were led by freshman guard Jayson Tatum's 21 points and senior Andy Kleinlein with 12. MICDS was led by Robin Thompson with 16 points according to an unofficial tally. Next Up: Chaminade is scheduled to host Jennings Thursday night, although weather conditions could call the game off. MICDS is scheduled to play at St. Mary's. Enjoy a replay of the broadcast, courtesy of the Chaminade Sports Programming Network. See Also:
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Wearing multiple hats seems to suit Scott Small just fine.
In July of 2011, Scott Small took over the duties as Upper School principal at Mary Institute Country Day. That is a job unto itself. But Small leads a life much more complex than that. His life is kind of like a three-legged stool. One leg is for teaching and being an administrator. The second leg is that of girls' varsity basketball coach; and of course, the third leg is that of a dad and husband to wife Amy and two young daughters Addison and Alden. The family lives in Creve Coeur. Patch.com recently cornered the coach/principal for a Q & A session. The two young daughters listened politely to the conversation. Patch: How long have you been principal; and a coach. Scott Small: This is my second year as principal and I’ve been coaching…
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Rans win by 20 over Parkway Central. Westminster is the opponent in the title game for second-consecutive year.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Information provided by the MICDS tournament staff. MICDS used a 16-0 run over the first 5:54 of the fourth period to break open a close game and to earn a 71-51 victory over Parkway Central and click their ticket to the tournament final for the second consecutive year. The Rams rode the 16 point scoring effort of Josie Cusworth while Rachel Thompson tossed in 14 for MICDS. The Rams will get another shot at top-seeded Westminster in a rematch of last year’s tournament championship on Saturday night at 6 p.m. Christie Bergesch put in 16 points with Zoe Wallis adding 11 on the night for the Colts who will take on Oakville in the third-place game on Saturday at 3 p.m. More game photos on the Ladue-Frontenac Facebook page.
Big wins for Westminster, MICDS; duo to clash in championships Saturday night.
This is the second year for the girls at the annual MICDS Holiday Invitational. The action was furious in the semifinals with Westminster taking down Oakville, 65-33 and MICDS staging a furious second half to defeat Parkway Central 71-51. MICDS and Westminster will clash in the championship game Saturday night at 6 p.m. The same two teams met for the title game last year with the visiting Wildcats going home with the top prize. Here's a look of the action in the tournament in the two semifinal games.
Saturday, August 18, 2012
Spirited competition in cross country among the Ladue-Frontenac Patch teams.
The Ladue-Frontenac Patch will likely field very strong cross country teams this fall. In particular, the MICDS boys should be one of the top small schools in the area while the Ladue boys and girls cross country teams will be the class of the Suburban East and should do well in big meets too. Amos Bartelsmeyer, senior at MICDS is primed for college running. He is looking seriously at a variety of Ivy League schools. He won the Class 3 state mile championship in 4:14 and ran a blistering 4:11 at the Festival of Miles Invitational at St. Louis U. High right after the state meet. Bartelsmeyer took fourth in the Class 3 cross country championships last fall in Jefferson City and should be the odds-on favorite to win this year. He should duel …
Monday, November 7, 2011
De Smet and Ladue both look to avenge bitter losses while Parkway Central aims for another win hosting Webster Groves.
At some point in the high school football postseason, coaches have to break out game film or a scouting report on an opposing team they've never seen before. For the three Creve Coeur area teams still alive in a bid for a spot in the Edward Jones Dome, this isn't one of those weeks. Monday, Parkway Central and Webster Groves will renew hostilities, just a few weeks after the Colts beat the then-state-number 2 ranked Statesmen 34-13. Senior running back Alan Gasanli, the Suburban South Conference’s second-leading rusher this season with 1,107 yards and 15 touchdowns, was just fantastic for Central that night. He carried the ball 32 times against one of the area’s best defenses, and totaled 152 hard-charging yards and scored three touchdowns…
Friday, October 14, 2011
Friday night features top matchups for De Smet, Chaminade, and Pattonville, while Prory, Ladue, Parkway Central and Parkway North will be in action on Saturday.
High school football fans all over the state are super-excited about the start of the district playoffs, which begin in Missouri this weekend, with a slew of important games on both Friday night and Saturday afternoon. As it happens, some of the best matchups in the entire state will feature several Creve Coeur-area teams, including 6-1 De Smet, which was ranked No. 5 in Class 6 in this week’s statewide poll, taking on 5-2 powerhouse Lindbergh on Friday night, and Class 5 No. 6 Parkway Central heading down the road to grapple with archrival Parkway North, in the Vikings’ Homecoming game. 3-3 Chaminade will also face a stiff test this weekend, with unbeaten Webster Groves coming for a visit Friday night, while 2-5 Pattonville will continue …
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Amos Bartelsmeyer is evolving into one of the top distance runners in the state.
The junior year is critical to cross-country runners. Juniors can count the heads of seniors in front of them and know with near certainty who will be top dog the next season. Amos Bartelsmeyer, 17, star of the squad at MICDS sits in that cat bird perch. He’s won two major cross-country meets this fall and is favored in others. That’s quite an accomplishment from this lanky, 5-foot-11, 145-pounder. One year ago, he was playing soccer for the Rams. He broke his wrist, and decided he was going back to the sport he liked best in grade school at Oak Hill and middle school at MICDS. Bartlesmeyer considers himself more a middle-distance runner than the marathon prototype. Last year, he ran the mile in 4:17.11 at the state track meet in Jefferson…