Girls soccer wins both games after regulation, boys golf wins conference title

Weekly Sports Update May 2-7


Julia Dean

Preparing to start his leg, freshman Kai Han receives the baton from senior Marshall Ems in the 4×400-meter race. Juniors Dillon Cronin and Jack Robeson, along with Ems and Han, won the 4×400-meter relay at the Suburban Conference Meet.

Eshwar Murali, Sports Editor


The Lancers went 2-1 last week. In their first game against Eureka, May 2, they lost 8-5. However, the next day, the Lancers came roaring back with an 11-2 win, on home turf. The Lancers traveled to Timberland, May 4, and beat them 12-1. The Lancers will play at home against Francis Howell Central May 8, Summit May 10 and Rock Bridge May 13. Their games against Central and Summit will be at 4:30 p.m. and the Rock Bridge game will be at 11:00 a.m. They also will travel to play Summit May 9 and Francis Howell May 12.

Boys Golf

On May 2, the Lancers won the Suburban Conference Yellow Pool Tournament. Sophomore Braxton Lawhorn took first place in the tournament. The Lancers will play in the Class 5 District 2 Tournament, May 8.

Boys Lacrosse

The Lancers finished their regular season up with a 11-6 win over Priory, May 4.

Girls Lacrosse

The Lady Lancers beat Villa Duchesne 22-11, May 2. Senior Natalie Tomljenovic scored 10 goals in their blowout win against Villa Duchesne. Then the Lady Lancers extended their winning streak to six, with a 12-10 win against MICDS, May 4. Senior Kara Niewoehner scored 10 goals in the game and scored her 100th career goal in this game. The Lady Lancers will play Parkway South May 8 and Marquette May 10.

Girls Soccer

The Lady Lancers went 2-0 this past week. They won 1-0 in the Battle of 109 against Eureka, May 2. The game went into penalty kicks and junior Hailey Schiwinger scored the winning spot-kick. Winning another game after regulation time, the Lady Lancers beat Timberland 1-0, with freshman Carly Swan scoring in double-overtime. The Lady Lancer’s record stands at 13-2. May 9, the Lady Lancers will take on Parkway West at home at 4:30 p.m. The next day they will travel to Webster Groves to play them.

Boys Tennis

The Lancers lost their final game of the season 5-4 to Parkway Central, May 2. Their first game in Districts, May 8, will be against Marquette, at Eureka. The Lancers were swept by Marquette 9-0 earlier in the year.

Boys Track and Field

The Lancers won the Suburban Conference Meet, May 5. Seniors Brycen Compton won the 200-meter, and Jeremy Lewis won Discus, juniors Dillon Cronin won the 800-meter, Isaac Jovceski won the long jump and Christian Erkert won in javelin. The Lancers also took first place in the 4×400-meter and the 4×800-meter. Their winning 4×400-meter team comprised of senior Sid Vuskmalla, junior Jack Robeson, Cronin and freshman Kai Han. The winning 4×800-meter team had senior Marshall Ems, Cronin, Robeson and Han. The Lancers will race at Sectionals at Timberland, May 13.

Girls Track and Field

The Lady Lancers placed 2nd in their Suburban Conference Meet. Seniors Blair Lobdell won the 3200-meter and Emma Durfee won the javelin and discus, juniors Natalie Barnard won the 1600-meter and Mackenna Weiss won the high jump, sophomore Lauren Pauls won the 800-meter, freshman Chloe Tabb won in the triple jump. The 4×800-meter team also won their race, comprising of senior Grace Tyson, sophomores Mizelle Groenewald and Avery Brown and Pauls.The Lady Lancers will race at Sectional at Timberland, May 13.

Boys Volleyball

The Lancers beat Parkway South in five sets, 3-2, May 2. Then the Lancers swept Northwest, 3-0, May 4. Their record stands at 20-6. The Lancers will face Fort Zumalt South May 9 and then they will play Francis Howell May 10, both games away.

Boys Water Polo

The Lancers lost their final game of the season against De Smet 11-9, May 2. The Lancers also lost their first game of playoffs against Ladue 13-8, May 6.

Girls Water Polo

The Lady Lancers also lost their last game of the season with a 12-6 loss to Parkway North. They had a rematch with North in the first round of the playoffs and they lost again 20-6, May 5.