Weekly sports update: Jan. 13-Jan. 19

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Jack Weaver

Sophomore Faith Cole wrestles an opponent at the annual Fred Ross invitational on Jan. 11. The team placed second overall in the tournament, with Cole placing first in her weight class.

Morgan Vehige, Sports Editor

Boys Basketball: On Tuesday, Jan. 14, the boys basketball team faced off against Francis Howell and lost by a score of 58-42. Their game on Friday, Jan. 17 at Pattonville was canceled due to the snow and was moved to Feb. 3. Currently, their record is 6-6 with their next opponents being at Liberty High School on Jan. 21 at 6:30 p.m and Marquette High School on Jan. 24 at 7 p.m.

Boys Wrestling: The Lancers faced off against McCluer North on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and won 63-15. For their next matches, they are wrestling against Lindbergh on Jan. 21 and at the 49th Winnetonka Invitational on Jan. 24-25 where 24 other teams are meeting.

Girls Basketball: The Lady Lancers only had one game this week. On Jan. 15, they played at home against Parkway central and lost the match 55-45. They look to improve their 3-10 record for their next game against Oakville at home on Jan. 21, and against McCluer North at home on Jan. 24.

Girls Swimming: The Lady Lancers team had a match on Jan. 14 against Parkway South and won the match 92-78. Sarah Higgins made the 100-meter back in the same meet. On Jan. 16, the Lady Lancers participated in a meet at Parkway West where Maggie Arceneaux, Galina Knysh and Anni Oscarson all placed well enough to be considered for the State meet.

Girls Wrestling: The girls team also beat McCluer North on Jan. 15. Their final score of the match was a close 30-21. Their next match will be against Lindbergh on Jan. 21.

Ice Hockey: Over the last week, the Lancers had two losses. The first was on Jan. 13 against De Smet, with the final score being 9-2. They also lost to Vianney on Jan. 16 with a score of 5-1. Their record currently stands at 10-8-2 and their final game of the regular season will be against SLUH on Jan. 24.