Student Standouts: Feldman ’19 and Boys Lacrosse Team, Fox ’19, Galmore ’19, Sutton ’19, Bey ’31 and Boys Tennis Team
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Feldman Focused on Faceoff Duty
The MICDS boys lacrosse team recently defeated Chaminade 16-7. In an article on STL Today, Nico Feldman ’19 is highlighted for dominating faceoffs at the center circle. See how he describes his approach to faceoffs as he, Coach Andy Kay and fellow teammates appear in the article here.
Swimming at the College Level
We’re so proud of Alex Fox ’19 who signed last week with Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee to continue swimming in college. She might be becoming a Lynx, but her Ram family will continue to cheer her on!
Track Stars Shine at Henle Holmes Invitational Prelims
The track and field team competed in the Henle Holmes Invitational at Parkway Central High School on Thursday. Senior Josh Sutton ’19 despite his small stature at 5 foot 5 inches shared in this STL Today article about how he notices being seen as a top competitor as the Class 4 state champion in the 100 and 200. In the first day of the Henle Holmes Invitational, Josh raced with the third-fastest qualifying time in the 100 preliminary race. Additionally, he had the second-fastest qualifying time for the 200-meter dash. He’ll be participating in the 100- and 200-meter dashes on Friday.
Senior Jhordin Galmore ’19 also raced hard during the preliminary 200 where she finished with the 3rd best time.
Good luck to our Rams at the Henle Holmes Invitational today! Check out the photos of Josh, Jhordin and Jack Cai below! Go Rams!
Watch Out for SK Super Ninja Star
Senior Kindergartener Ehsan Bey ’31 participated in the All American Gymnastics and Super Ninja meet last weekend. He competed in various challenges including the running and standing long jumps, obstacle jumps, obstacle courses and more! Watch out for Ehsan — he earned an incredible 2nd place at the Super Ninja competition!
Tennis Compete in Metro Tournament
A recent article on STL Today mentions several MICDS boys tennis team players who participated on Wednesday in the Metro Tournament at Westminster. Evan Erb ’21 competed in the championship singles match as well as the No. 1 doubles match with teammate Chase Nwamu ’20.
Justin Jan ’22 defeated his John Burroughs competitor in No. 3 singles and Tanay Chandak ’20 and Ahmid Rehmani ’19 followed suit, winning in No. 4 doubles. Way to go, Rams!