News and Announcements


Parkway South Patriots at Lafayette Lancers
Friday, January 21st

Live Stream Link:
Main Gym
JV Girls Basketball @ 4:15 pm
Varsity Girls Basketball @ 5:30 pm
Varsity Boys Basketball @ 7:00 pm

Back Gym
Freshman Boys Basketball @ 4:15 pm
JV Boys Basketball @ 5:30 pm

MASKS are REQUIRED for all spectators & participants on our campus with the EXCEPTION of athletes when playing in the game and warming up. Masks are REQUIRED on team benches.


The varsity game at Oakville on January 19th will be lived streamed on YouTube. The game is scheduled to start at 7:00 PM and can be viewed here:


The Varsity Patriots played at the Hoosier Gym in Knightstown, IN Friday night against Windsor and created memories for a lifetime! The game was scheduled with Windsor as their head coach Ryan McArthy was a former South student/athlete. Windsor won the game 58-51, Jaylen Calloway led the Patriots in scoring with 21 points.


Make plans to attend Texas Roadhouse-Ballwin on February 1 any time between 4:00-10:00 and have some dinner while raising money for the boys basketball team. Take a screen shot or print and bring the flyer (see Documents tab on the right side of the website for the flyer) for either dine in or carry out and South Basketball will get 10% of your order! See you there!!

Coaches vs Cancer Night

Posted by Parkway South Patriots Basketball at Dec 30, 2021 11:57AM PST ( 0 Comments )

The annual Coaches vs Cancer Pink Out Night will be held on Friday, January 7 vs Mehlville. Fans are encouraged to donate to the Coaches vs Cancer Foundation when they enter the gym!
History of Coaches vs. Cancer

Coaches vs. Cancer is a nationwide collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches. The initiative leverages the personal experiences, community leadership, and professional excellence of basketball coaches nationwide to increase cancer awareness and promote healthy living through year-round awareness efforts, fundraising activities, and advocacy programs. Coaches vs. Cancer provides critical mission outreach, while raising funds in support of the Society’s lifesaving cancer research, education, advocacy, and community service efforts.

Coaches vs. Cancer evolved from a concept championed by Norm Stewart, former head coach of the University of Missouri’s men’s basketball program, cancer survivor, and member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He started the program by challenging fans to pledge a dollar amount for every three points made by his team during the season.

The American Cancer Society and the NABC adopted that concept in 1993 and transformed it into a nationwide effort to unite coaches across the country in the common mission to provide help and hope to all people facing cancer. Today, more than 500 Division I, II, and III college coaches are involved in the program. Coaches vs. Cancer has raised nearly $40 million since its inception to support the American Cancer Society’s lifesaving mission to eliminate cancer as a life-threatening disease. Additionally, more than 100 high school coaches also participate in the program.

In 1998, the Coaches vs. Cancer Council was formed—a distinguished group of NABC member basketball coaches, American Cancer Society volunteers, and business leaders from across the country – to explore new and innovative ways to raise funds, recruit prominent coaches, enhance the program, and send the powerful message that we can win the fight against cancer.