Thursday, May 23, 2013
George Gansner had a ticket for the game, but was picked to officiate.
Mehlville High School graduate George Gansner, 41, has been picked to be on the field for the Manchester City v. Chelsea F.C. soccer match at Busch Stadium, according to the Riverfront Times. The Riverfront Times reports Gasner, 41 will be refereeing the first ever soccer game played at Busch Stadium. "To get to do a game in my backyard is really a great honor," Gansner, a linesman, tells Daily RFT. "I get to do games all over North America, Central America and the Caribbean...but I never get to do one here in St. Louis." Read the complete article in the Riverfront Times. Join Mehlville-Oakville Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Friday, November 9, 2012
Oakville lost the game 3-0, and the team's record record this season is 12-11-2.
The Oakville High School boys' soccer team ended their impressive season Tuesday with a 3-0 loss against Chaminade. Oakville's record this season was 12-11-2.
Friday, September 28, 2012
On Saturday, Oct. 6 from 3:30-5 p.m. Volunteen Nation, a national youth-led non-profit organization, is hosting a free soccer clinic for St. Louis youth ages 6-12 on the autism spectrum.
Friday, June 24, 2011
Lauren Fussell was Oakville's lone first-team selection.
The 2011 season was a memorable one for several girls soccer teams in the Suburban West Conference. Lafayette won the league title and also captured the Class 3 District 4 championship. Meanwhile, Lindbergh won 20 games and also won a district title, winning in Class 3 District 2. Northwest won only two league games but peaked in the playoffs, winning the Class 3 District 1 championship. Lindbergh beat Northwest, 1-0, in an all-Suburban West Conference matchup in the Class 3 sectionals. But the Flyers then lost to Ursuline Academy, 1-0. Ursuline also ended the season for Lafayette. The Bears defeated the Lancers, 1-0, in sectional play. Lafayette and Eureka led the way in the recently announced all-conference team with four first-team …
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Dylan Casteel is a well-rounded, outstanding student who enjoys participating in community service projects.
Each week, Mehlville Patch will be highlighting a young person in the community who is making a positive difference in the lives of others. These kids are doing outstanding academic work, winning an award or exhibiting exemplary qualities. Know a great kid? Nominate them by e-mailing email@example.com. Name: Dylan Casteel Age: 11 School: Beasley Elementary School Achievement: Dylan balances excellent schoolwork with sports and community service. Key to Awesomeness: Dylan Casteel is only in fifth grade, but he is already a master of managing his time. At Beasley Elementary School, he is an excellent student who is on the Gold Honor Roll and has served on the Student Council. He enjoys serving with the Generous Jaguars, a school group …