Past Articles

St. Louis U. High’s varsity chess team started off the new season on Nov. 20 with a victory at home over Clayton. With all five boards being returning players, expectations were high, and the Jr. Bills did not disappoint.

The St. Louis U. High hockey team lost to Vianney in the first of a five game stretch of away games. The team appeared to outplay the Griffins everywhere but the scoreboard. The Jr. Bills rebounded by beating De Smet 6-3 and Francis Howell 5-3.

The St. Louis U. High varsity basketball team officially kicked off its season versus McCluer last Tuesday. SLUH looked explosive in the first quarter, but began to fall apart as they struggled with rebounds and turnovers—an issue they faced all of last year too.

The St. Louis U. High racquetball team held the legendary Top Turkey Tournament on the courts of Vetta Concord last Friday to give the team some great competition during the holiday break.

After taking November to train and prepare for their season, the St. Louis U. High varsity wrestling team began its season in a dual meet with Hazelwood West this Tuesday. They took the victory with a score of 36-24, making their record 1-0 to start their 2019-2020 campaign.

This is a state championship team’ was the motivational slogan for the St. Louis U. High Swim and Dive team from the beginning of the 2019 season as they worked to claim back-to-back Class 2 State Championships. On Saturday afternoon at the St. Peter’s Rec Plex, the team made the slogan a reality as the Jr. Bills blew their competition away, scoring the most points in a State Championship since Rockhurst in 2009.