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Basketball Game Preview: Parkway South Patriots vs. Marquette Mustangs
Preview: Parkway South Patriots vs. Marquette Mustangs
By MaxPreps
Feb 27, 2024, 3:02am

The Parkway South Patriots will be playing at home against the Marquette Mustangs at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday in the first round of districts. Expect the scorekeeper to be kept busy: if their previous games are any indication, both teams will really light up the scoreboard.

Parkway South came into Friday’s match having lost four straight, but that streak is now in the rearview. They took down Riverview Gardens 55-39 on Friday.

Eddie Ahearn continued his habit of posting crazy stat lines, scoring 33 points along with six rebounds and two steals. As a matter of fact, that’s the most points he has scored all season. The team also got some help courtesy of Ryan Shanfeld, who scored ten points along with six rebounds.

Meanwhile, Marquette came up short against Kirkwood on Thursday and fell 70-59. The defeat unfortunately continues a disappointing trend for Marquette in their matchups with Kirkwood: they’ve now lost five in a row.

Parkway South’s victory bumped their record up to 10-16. As for Marquette, they now have a losing record at 12-14.

Parkway South might still be hurting after the 67-47 defeat they got from Marquette in their previous meeting back in February of 2022. Will Parkway South have more luck at home instead of on the road? Check back here after the action for a full breakdown and analysis of the contest.

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On senior night vs Riverview the Patriots won and Eddie Ahearn reached 1000 points for his career! Ahearn need 31 points coming into the game and scored 33 to help lift PS to a 55-38 win. Ahearn is the fifth South player to reach 1000 points. He joins Ben Hoener (1590), Tremayne Garrett (1287), Scott Pohle (1031) and Chris Keane (1024).

Eddie Ahearn leads Parkway South to victory over Riverview Gardens
Recap: Parkway South Patriots vs. Riverview Gardens Rams
By MaxPreps
Feb 26, 2024, 10:46am

The Parkway South Patriots had to endure a four-game losing streak, but that streak is no more. They took down Riverview Gardens 55-39 on Friday. That result was just more of the same for these two, as Parkway South also won the last time the pair played back in February of 2023.

Eddie Ahearn was his usual excellent self, scoring 33 points along with six rebounds and two steals. As a matter of fact, that’s the most points he has scored all season. The team also got some help courtesy of Ryan Shanfeld, who scored ten points along with six rebounds.

Parkway South’s victory bumped their record up to 10-16. As for Riverview Gardens, they have been struggling recently as they’ve lost 15 of their last 18 games, which put a noticeable dent in their 4-21 record this season.

Parkway South will be playing in front of their home fans against Marquette at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. One thing working in Marquette’s favor is that they have posted big point totals in their last five matches. Riverview Gardens’ road trip will continue as they head out to face Christian Brothers at 6:00 p.m. on February 29th. One thing working in Christian Brothers’ favor is that they have posted big point totals in their last four games.

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Four Jr. Patriots teams won their pool in the 13th Annual Lyndsey Ellis Memorial Tournament.
Sixth Grade Blue finished a perfect 3-0 in the top bracket in sixth grade be defeating Central Black, Flyers Gold and Marquette Blue. They are coached by Chris Keane and Jeff Meyer.
Sixth Grade Red also went 3-0 by defeating Ladue, Central Red and Central White. They are coached by Chris Keane and Dave Curran.
The Seventh grade team coached by Amy Jenks and Brian Mannion beat Parkway Central Red, Marquette Green and Ladue to win their pool.
The Eighth Grade Blue team coached by Mike Hill and Tim Their beat Lindbergh Gold Sunday morning and then hate to beat Parkway North and needed help in other games to win the pool. All of that happened when Kingston Jennings made a free throw in double overtime to win 35-34.

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Basketball Game Preview: Parkway South Patriots vs. Riverview Gardens Rams
Preview: Parkway South Patriots vs. Riverview Gardens Rams
By Team Reports
Feb 22, 2024, 3:25am

Parkway South has been on the road for two straight, but on Friday they’ll finally head home. They will take on the Riverview Gardens Rams at 6:00 p.m. on Friday. Both teams took a loss in their last game, so they’ll have plenty of motivation to get the ‘W’.

Parkway South pushed their score all the way to 55 on Tuesday, but even that wasn’t enough to win. They took a 70-55 bruising from Timberland.

Eddie Ahearn put forth a good effort for the losing side as he scored 26 points along with seven rebounds. As a matter of fact, that’s the most points he has scored all season. Another player making a difference was Ryan Shanfeld, who scored 12 points.

Meanwhile, Riverview Gardens was not able to break out of their rough patch on Thursday as the team picked up their ninth straight loss. They were outmatched by Parkway North on the road and fell 68-41. That’s two games in a row now that Riverview Gardens has lost by exactly 27 points.

Parkway South has been struggling recently as they’ve lost seven of their last eight matches, which put a noticeable dent in their 9-16 record this season. As for Riverview Gardens, their loss dropped their record down to 4-20.

Parkway South beat Riverview Gardens 71-61 in their previous matchup back in February of 2023. Does Parkway South have another victory up their sleeve, or will Riverview Gardens turn the tables on them? We’ll have the answer soon enough.

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Parkway South falls despite strong effort from Eddie Ahearn
Recap: Parkway South Patriots vs. Timberland T-Wolves
By Team Reports
Feb 21, 2024, 10:53am

The Parkway South Patriots were not able to break out of their rough patch on Tuesday as the team picked up their fourth straight loss. They took a hard 70-55 fall against Timberland.

Despite the loss, Parkway South still got an impressive performance from Eddie Ahearn, who scored 26 points along with seven rebounds. As a matter of fact, that’s the most points Ahearn has scored all season. Another player making a difference was Ryan Shanfeld, who scored 12 points.

Parkway South’s loss dropped their record down to 9-16. As for Timberland, the win was the fourth in a row for them, bringing their record for this year to 17-8.

Parkway South will be playing at home against Riverview Gardens at 6:00 p.m. on Friday. Parkway South is facing Riverview Gardens at the right time seeing as Riverview Gardens is stuck on a nine-game losing streak. As for Timberland, they won’t have much time to rest: their next match is against Howell Central at 7:00 p.m. on February 21st. Timberland is coming into the matchup with four straight victories on the road, so Howell Central will have to stop a squad with plenty of momentum.

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