Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The School District of University City and Normandy School District issued a joint statement Tuesday about the potential of a 'locked down' game.
On Monday, Fox 2 reported that a potential basketball playoff game between University City High School and district rival Normandy could have taken place under lockdown. The "locked down" game was averted when U City lost a game to Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS) Monday night On Tuesday, the districts released a joint statement regarding the potential basketball game. The statement reads: While we will not be paired against each other in basketball playoff contests this year, our athletes and the spectators who come to support them are committed to displaying sportsmanship-like behavior when they interact with each other. We believe that is is unfair when one or two incidents are generalized to represent the …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
A feud between the two schools would have lead to the game being played under a lockdown.
A long running feud between University City High School and district rival Normandy nearly led to a state basketball playoff game taking place under lockdown, according to Fox 2. The game would have been played without fans and with only direct parents of players being allowed inside. The potential game between the two was averted when U City lost a game to Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS) Monday night. There have been scrapes between the schools for years, and there was a fight on the court between the teams in the 2011-2012 season, but the final straw came in December, Fox 2 reports. U City played a game at Normandy, and afterward, officials say their buses were attacked by Normandy students as they left campus. “…
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Senior running back/linebacker Tyler Walker scored four times and nabbed a last-second interception to thwart U. City's final comeback attempt.
CLAYTON — In the end, Clayton just had too much Tyler Walker. Although the senior running back/linebacker stands just 5'7, and weighs 160 pounds soaking wet, he proved too much to handle Monday night at Centene Stadium, as University City valiantly fought, but couldn't get past the Greyhounds, in a 27-20 Class 4 District 5 championship game loss. Clayton, which is now 9-3 on the year, advances to play Jefferson City Helias in the state quarterfinals on Saturday. Helias pounded Hannibal (MO) on Monday, and will be the host team when it meets the Greyhounds at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. U. City finished its year with a 6-6 record, but will go into the offseason lamenting its missed chances against Clayton on Monday. The Lions were stopped on a …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Senior running back David Carmichael had a career night, with four touchdowns in the first half, and another in the second, as U. City dismantled top-seed St. Charles West. The Lions will play Clayton for the District Championship on Monday.
ST. CHARLES -- University City High senior running back David Carmichael doesn't mind too much that his remarkable 2012 season has gone vastly unnoticed by most fans and experts who the local high school football scene. Carmichael has been one of the best players in what might be the best football conference in the state this year. Yet hardly anyone had noticed. That is until Wednesday night, when the U. City rushing dynamo announced himself to the local high school football world, with an all-world performance—159 yards and five touchdowns—to lead the Lions to a 42-0 upset win over top-seeded St. Charles West at Steve Stahl Stadium in St. Charles. "I try," Carmichael said, after leading U. City to an astonishing blowout win over the GAC …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Senior running back David Carmichael had four touchdowns in the first half, and scored five times overall, as U. City upsets the top-seeded Warriors.
ST. CHARLES -- The University City High football team played perhaps its best game under head coach Carl Reed Wednesday, as the Lions walloped top-seeded St. Charles West, 42-0, to advance to the MSHSAA Class 4 District 5 championship game on Monday. The Lions will play Clayton, which defeated Gateway Tech on Wednesday, to advance to Monday's district title game as well. Senior running back David Carmichael had a huge night for the Lions, scoring four first-half touchdowns, and later a fifth in the second half, to lift U. City to its upset victory. St. Charles West also committed four turnovers—all in the first half—to further help U. City's cause. Please tune in to Patch on Thursday morning, for the full story on U. City High's win over …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
In the new Missouri system, every team has a shot at a state title. University City plays on Friday.
High school football coaches were busy cramming about prospective opponents over the weekend. They left the field Friday and Saturday afternoon, still not quite sure who they'd be playing this week in the new state football playoff system that now includes the "district system" used in other sports, with seeding thanks to a point differential that made every score count. Saturday evening, that schedule was released. Here's how it all will start shaking out: Friday If U City wins, the team will play either MICDS or St. Charles West on Oct. 31. You can search the entire playoff bracket by going to the Missouri State High School Activities Association website.
Sunday, May 27, 2012
Emmanuel Price also took first in the triple jump.
The University City High School girls track team took first place overall Saturday in the Class 3 Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) state track and field championship. UCHS finished with an overall score of 66 from 18 events. The top five finishers included: University City's Emmanuel Price also took first place in the state triple jump championship. The events were held Saturday at Lincoln University in Jefferson City. Competing students include:
Friday, May 25, 2012
The MSHSAA state championships will be held this weekend in Jefferson City.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) state track and field championship for Class 3 and 4 schools is this weekend in Jefferson City. University City High School athletes will compete Saturday and Sunday at Lincoln University. For directions to Lincoln, click here. Competing students include: Admission Admission for students (6 and up) and adults is $7 per day. Re-entry is permitted with the proper wristband. Shuttle service is provided by Jefferson City at various satellite parking areas.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Game will be live streamed on Fox Sports Midwest.
The University City boys basketball team is shooting for a Class 4 District 6 championship tonight. The Lions take on Westminister Christian Academy at 8 p.m. tonight at MICDS in Ladue. The team defeated MICDS on Wednesday. FOXSportsMidwest.com will stream the district final game live on its site. Fox Sports Midwest’s coverage will continue with sectional match-ups on Wednesday, Feb. 29, and quarterfinal games on Saturday, March 3. You can also hear the game on ames KFNS 590 radio. Are you going out tonight to cheer on the Lions? Remember you can share your pictures with Patch by uploading to our neighborhood gallery.