Weekend Raider Update: Feb. 12, 2018

Here is your Weekend Raider Update for Feb. 12, 2018.

Andrew Mouzin

Here is your Weekend Raider Update for Feb. 12, 2018.

Girls Swimming And Diving
The varsity girls swimming and diving team members qualified in seven events at the Missouri State Class 1 Championships, the most in school history. The state competition will take place Thursday and Friday, Feb. 15-16, at the City of St. Peters Rec-Plex in St. Peters.

Here is a list of state qualifiers:

200-yard Medley Relay: E. Shaffer, E. Dickey, A. Lu, A. Ossie
50-yard Freestyle: C. Salzman
200-yard Individual Medley: C. Frank
100-yard Freestlye: C. Salzman
500-yard Freestyle: C. Frank
200-yard freestyle relay: E. Dickey, J. Rosher, A. Ossie, C. Salzman
400-yard freestyle relay: E. Dickey, A. Lu, J. Rosher, C. Salzman

The team also took third place in the Interscholastic League Championship Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 6-7, at Central Academy of Excellence.

Boys Basketball
The varsity boys basketball team lost to Hogan Preparatory Academy 75-43 on Friday, Feb. 9. The team plays at University Academy on Tuesday, Feb. 13. 

Girls Basketball
The varsity girls basketball team lost to Hogan Preparatory Academy 65-37 on Friday, Feb. 9. The team plays at University Academy on Tuesday, Feb. 13.


Middle School Basketball
Five out of the 10 middle school basketball teams played in postseason tournament championship games on Friday, Feb. 9.

The sixth grade red boys basketball team defeated Oakhill 60-33 in its postseason championship game. The team finished as regular season and tournament champions, posting a 10-1 record.

The sixth grade red girls basketball team lost in its championship game to St. Paul's Episcopal Day School 38-6. The team finished the season 8-6. The girls made it to the championship game by defeating Oakhill Day School, which had beaten them twice during the regular season.

Both the seventh grade red and blue girls basketball teams took home championships on Friday. The Red Team completed its undefeated season by defeating Brookside Charter 53-30. The Blue Team secured its championship with an 18-8 victory over St. Paul's, avenging its only loss of the season.

The eighth grade red team fell in its championship game to Metro Academy. The team finished with an 11-2 mark and trailed for less than 40 seconds combined in the two losses.