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South Sweeps South

Posted by Parkway South Patriots Basketball at Jan 17, 2024 8:14PM PST ( 0 Comments )

The Parkway South Patriots travelled to Lutheran South Wednesday and came home with three wins! The freshmen opened up a decent lead and won going away 32-15 behind Landon Nickerson’s 14 points. The freshmen improved their record to 7-6.
In the JV game, the teams went back and forth and the Patriots found themselves down seven with just over three minutes to play. A three pointer by Rashad Willis and Lukas O’Neal plus clutch free throw shooting by Tyler Shanfeld sent the game to over time. In OT, P. South was able to pull away and win the game 56-55. Lukas O’Neal led all scorers with 18 points.
The varsity found themselves down 10 points after three quarters but was able to chip away and with .08 on the clock, down one, Eddie Ahearn was able to bank in a block jumper to win the game 47-46! Ryan Shanfeld led the team in scoring with 15 points, Ahearn added 11 and Parker Wolf had 10 points in the win.
The Patriots will have their “Home” opener Friday night vs Hazelwood East.


Braden Eye

All in God’s timing. I am excited to announce that I will be committing to Westminster College to continue my academic and athletic career. Huge thank you to my family for supporting me every step of the way and to many great coaches always pushing me to get better.


Basketball Game Preview: Parkway South Patriots vs. Lutheran South Lancers
By MaxPreps
Jan 14, 2024, 3:22am

The Parkway South Patriots will be staying on the road on Wednesday to face off against the Lutheran South Lancers at 7:00 p.m. on January 17th.

Last Friday, things could have been worse for Parkway South, but they could have been a whole lot better as they took a 61-47 loss to Mehlville.

Parkway South’s defeat came about despite a quality game from Eddie Ahearn, who scored 18 points along with five rebounds. Ahearn has been hot recently, having posted 15 or more points the last four times he’s played.

Meanwhile, Lutheran South’s recent rough patch got a bit rougher last Friday after their sixth straight loss. They suffered a tough 74-54 defeat at the hands of Whitfield. For those keeping track at home, that’s the biggest defeat Lutheran South has suffered since December 1, 2023.

Parkway South bumped their record down to 6-9 with that loss, which was their third straight on the road. As for Lutheran South, they’ve lost seven of their last eight matches, which put a noticeable dent in their 2-10 record this season.

Parkway South beat Lutheran South 70-63 in their previous matchup back in January of 2023. The rematch might be a little tougher for Parkway South since the team won’t have the home-court advantage this time around. We’ll see if the change in venue makes a difference.


Recap: Parkway South Patriots vs. Mehlville Panthers
By MaxPreps
Jan 13, 2024, 12:24pm

The Parkway South Patriots were the 57-53 winner over the Mehlville Panthers when they last played one another back in December of 2022, but their luck changed this time around. Parkway South took a hard 61-47 fall against Mehlville on Friday. Parkway South just can’t catch a break and has now endured three defeats in a row.

Despite the loss, Parkway South still got an impressive performance from Eddie Ahearn, who scored 18 points along with five rebounds. Ahearn has been hot recently, having posted 15 or more points the last four times he’s played.

Parkway South’s loss was their third straight on the road, which bumped their record down to 6-9. As for Mehlville, the victory was the fourh in a row for them, bringing their record for this year to 7-8.

Both teams will have to hit the road in their upcoming games. Parkway South on the road again on Wednesday and play against Lutheran South at 7:00 p.m. on January 17th. As for Mehlville, they will square off against Pattonville at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday.


Congratulations to 7th Grade Blue team on winning the January CNR Basketball Tournament and qualifying for the State Tournament in March! The team recorded wins Saturday at Center St. Louis over Seckman 38-24 and Columbia, IL 38-13. Sunday at Lindbergh High School they played for the championship against Clayton Orange and led throughout the game, the final score was 43-32.