Oakville Shooter Plays in Senior All-Star Hockey Game

Also, the Lancer hockey team will take on Whitfield Wednesday night at 5:30 at the Scottrade Center for the Wickenheiser Cup.

The Lutheran South hockey team is the last squad standing from the winter sports in the South County Patch area.

The Lancers will play for a championship Wednesday night as they take on Whitfield for the Wickenheiser Cup of the Mid-States Hockey Association. The game will be at 5:30 at the Scottrade Center.

Lutheran South has won both meetings against the Warriors during the regular season. The Lancers won 5-4 way back on Nov. 19 and cruised to a 10-2 win on Jan. 14.

A pair of Lancers along with several other area players competed in the league's South Senior All-Star game Wednesday at Webster. Zackery Beining and Chris Hill represented Lutheran South in the contest.

Other area all-stars included: Justin Welch and Brad Pallme of Northwest; Ryan Basgall and Tommy Heinzman of Oakville; P.J. Adams, Blake Pauly and Jerry Hercules of Seckman; Brendan Grelle of Fox; Ryan Giegling, Alex Leonard and Richard Schroell of Lindbergh; Brendan Miriani, Ryan Miriani and Chris Deffenbaugh of Mehlville; and Kory Rekowski and Adam Thrower of Rockwood Summit.

Heinzman led the Tigers with 23 goals and 20 assists for the season. Basgall had 6 goals and 11 assists. Mehlville's Marianis combined for 12 goals and 10 assists while Deffenbaugh had 4 goals and 7 assists during the season. 

St. Louis University High, which series, will take on rival CBC in the Challenge Cup championship contest. That will follow the Lutheran South-Whitfield game at Scottrade at 8 p.m.


All south area basketball teams have been eliminated but a pair of St. Louis area schools will travel to Columbia this week to defend Class 5 championships.

McCluer North (26-1) defeated Vianney (27-2) in a battle of heavyweights 63-54 Saturday at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The Stars, who won the 2011 title, will take on Lee's Summit West (26-3) Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Mizzou Arena.

Marquette (21-10) will face Nixa (29-1) in the other Class 5 semifinal at 6:50 Thursday. Marquette made 11 of 18 of its 3-pointers in defeating CBC 66-53 in a semifinal Saturday. The Class 5 boys championship game will be played Saturday at 4:50.


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