This week’s winner of the Schnucks/KTRS High School Athlete of the Week is Taryn Tkachuk from Villa Duchesne. Tkachuk scored 32 goals in leading Villa to an undefeated state championship season in Field Hockey. Of course, Taryn is also the daughter of former St. Louis Blue Keith Tkachuk, and the sister of Matthew and Brady…
Wentzville Holt QB Cooper Brown was named the Schnucks KTRS High School Athlete of the Week. Brown has thrown for 31 touchdowns already on the season for the Indians. The 6-3 junior also carries a 3.7 GPA in the classroom.
For the first time, we have co-winners of the Schnucks/KTRS Athlete of the Week, Katie Schreiner and Danika Stiwell from the State Champion Girls Golf Team at Rockwood Summit. Katie won 2nd overall at the state tournament, while Danika finished 3rd.
Fort Zumwalt South Junior midfielder Karson Gibbs has been named the Schnucks/KTRS Athlete of the Week. Gibbs leads St. Louis with 32 goals for his Bulldog soccer team, which has helped Zumwalt South it atop the Large School Rankings in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
CBC’s Ayden Robinson-Wayne is the inaugural KTRS Schnuck’s High School Athlete of the week. Robinson-Wayne led CBC to an opening week 42-14 win over Eureka compiling 300 yards passing, and five total touchdowns.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Backup catcher Matt Wieters acknowledges he might have to get in better shape for the St. Louis Cardinals. He nearly did, all in one trip to the plate. Wieters hit 14 foul balls during a grueling 19-pitch at-bat that finished with a deep flyout with the bases loaded during a wild…
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Mark Stone scored the go-ahead goal on a deflection with under 7 minutes left, and the Vegas Golden Knights took a big step toward clinching the top seed in the Western Conference by beating the St. Louis Blues 6-4 in round-robin play Thursday night. Vegas would be the West’s No. 1…
Mizzou Athletics Director Jim Sterk joined Brendan Wiese on the Big Sports Show and discussed what the landscape looks like for this upcoming Fall Sports season.
MLS4TheLou CEO Carolyn Kindle Betz joined Brendan Wiese on the Big Sports Show. They talk about the upcoming reveal of the team name and colors, and what it means that St. Louis must wait until 2023 for the club to take the field.
The MLS4TheLou ownership group, fronted by Carolyn Kindle-Betz, announced on Monday, their plans to unveil a team name, colors, and crest. Kindle-Betz will join Brendan WIese on the Big Sports Show Wednesday night.