Student Standouts: Bundy ’19, Fundler ’22, Wright ’27, Lurk ’28, Boys Golf, Boys Lacrosse and Boys Tennis in the News
Faculty Feature: Morgan
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Bundy Becomes the All-Time Leading Scorer for Boys Lacrosse in Missouri
On April 25, 2019, Graham Bundy Jr. ’19 became the « all-time leading scorer in Missouri boys lacrosse history » as noted by the STL Today along with the title of « Athlete of the Week. » With a career total of 387 points scored, the senior midfielder has racked up a number of honors through his record-breaking scoring success. In the fall, he’ll be playing lacrosse at Georgetown University.
Fundler Wins 1st at National Chess Championship
Joshua Fundler ’22 recently returned back from the 2019 National Jr. High Chess Championship in Grapevine, Texas, where he won 1st place in his rating category. Joshua competed individually representing MICDS. You can view his results here.
Way to go, Joshua!
Dancing Her Way Up to Preliminary Champion Status
We’re very proud of 4th grader Rowan Wright ’27 who recently competed in an Irish dance competition (a feis) in Kansas City. She not only qualified to compete in the regional competition called, « Oireachtas, » but she also advanced to the status of « Preliminary Champion! »
To qualify to compete in the regional competition, she needed to earn 1st, 2nd or 3rd in her four competition dances. To then advance to the next level of Irish dance, she needed to earn 1st place in her four competition dances to level up to « Preliminary Champion. » On a roll, she earned four 1st place finishes in one day!
Galloping to Victory
Golf Team Ties for 1st in Class 3, District 4 Competition
At Monday’s Class 3, District 4 golf competition, the MICDS boys golf team tied for the top spot with a score of 315 with St. Charles. Both teams will move on to sectionals. In this recap, Sam Hanser ’19 is mentioned for earning 2nd with a score of 74, and teammate Henry Mikula ’21 is mentioned for earning 4th place with a score of 76.
Boys Lacrosse in the News
STL Today covered the MICDS vs. DeSmet showdown yesterday where the Rams came out ahead (15-12). View the recap of the game which highlights our Rams in actino along with Coach Andy Kay. Cheer on the Rams for its final regular season game on Tuesday, May 7 against Lafayette. Go Rams!
Boys Tennis Earns 2nd at Tournament of Champions
In a recent article from STL Today, the MICDS boys tennis team was mentioned for earning the second-place trophy at the Tournament of Champions with 24 points. In singles, Chase Nwamu ’20 earned 4th place and Evan Erb ’21 earned 5th place while in doubles, Brian Tokarczyk ’22 and Justin Jan ’22 finished in 5th place. Go Rams!