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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.


The JV won 54-32 behind 20 points from Jacob Sidwell. They set the tone early as they were able to get points in the paint in the first half. The JV has won three in a row, the last two coming over Ritenour.
In the Varsity game, it was a game of runs…South trailed 13-12 after one quarter and led by one at the half. In the second half, South went ahead for good as they took the lead 34-31 with 4:42 remaining in the third quarter. The Patriots were up 50-40 with 5:35 left in the game but Ritenour was able to cut the lead to two with the ball with 20 seconds left, but the Patriots were able to get the stop and the win! Eddie Ahearn recorded a double double with 20 points and 10 rebounds.
Both teams will play again Friday at Oakville.

Eddie Ahearn leads Parkway South to victory over Ritenour
Recap: Parkway South Patriots vs. Ritenour Huskies
By MaxPreps

Jan 4, 2024, 10:38am
After losing to the Ritenour Huskies the last time they met, the Parkway South Patriots decided to demonstrate that turnabout is fair play. Parkway South narrowly escaped with a win as the team sidled past Ritenour 55-53.
Eddie Ahearn was his usual excellent self, dropping a double-double on 20 points and ten rebounds. Those ten rebounds set a new season-high mark for him. Parker Wolf was another key contributor, scoring five points.
The win got Parkway South back to even at 6-6. As for Ritenour, they have lost three out of their last four, the lose has dropped them down to 4-9.
Both squads will have to hit the road in their upcoming games. Parkway South will be staying on the road on Friday to face off against Oakville at 7:00 p.m. on January 5th. As for Ritenour, they will challenge St. Mary’s at 7:00 p.m. on Friday. One thing working in St. Mary’s favor is that they have posted big point totals every time they’ve taken the court this season.

Gym A is Back Open

Posted by Parkway South Patriots Basketball at Jan 3, 2024 8:59AM PST ( 0 Comments )

Gym A will be used for the first in nearly a year on January 3rd when the varsity will shootaround prior to their game at Ritenour at 7:00. Gym A was closed in early March of 2023 as the old floor was torn out, over the summer workers completed nearly 90% of the new floor when storms in the area caused the roof to leak and thus the new floor had to be torn out and then replaced again. In this time the high school has practiced in Gym C, at South Middle, Southwest Middle and St. Joseph Manchester church. We are looking forward to being back in our home!
The Ritenour game will be Live Streamed on the Ritenour YouTube channel:


Parkway South comes up short
Recap: Parkway South Patriots vs. Maplewood-Richmond Heights Blue Devils
By MaxPreps

If the Parkway South Patriots were riding high off their 56-26 takedown of the McCluer South-Berkeley Bulldogs on Wednesday, their most recent game may have dampened their spirits a bit. Parkway South fell 56-45 to Maplewood-Richmond Heights on Thursday.

Despite the loss, Parkway South still got an impressive performance from Ross Mcculla, who scored 12 points along with seven rebounds. The team also got some help courtesy of Ryan Shanfeld, who scored eight points along with 12 rebounds.

Even though they lost, Parkway South were smashing the offensive glass and finished the game with 18 offensive rebounds. That’s the most offensive rebounds they’ve managed all season.

Parkway South now has a losing record at 5-6. As for Maplewood-Richmond Heights, their win bumped their record up to 8-5.

Parkway South’s road trip will continue as they head out to face Ritenour at 7:00 p.m. on January 3, 2024. Maplewood-Richmond Heights will again tomorrow vs Fort Zumwalt North at 12:00.

JV Wins Two in Tourney

Posted by Parkway South Patriots Basketball at Dec 28, 2023 3:06PM PST ( 0 Comments )

The JV team went to the locker tied at 21 and came out as 44-41 winners over Ritenour in the Consolation Championship of the Parkway Invitational. Up two with 10.6 seconds left in the game, Tyler Shanfeld made one of two free throws and then secured a lose ball after the rebound to preserve the win. Jacob Sidwell led the team in scoring with 14 points.
The JV is off till January 3rd when they play at Ritenour at 5:30.