FRIDAY, MAY 4
LADUE AT CLAYTON, 5:30 P.M.—The top public school program in town, Ladue is a perfect 15-0. Clayton enters this rivalry game after playing two games in the previous three days.
MAPLEWOOD-RICHMOND HEIGHTS AT BRENTWOOD, 4 P.M.—Another rivalry game. Brentwood has been the best team in the South Central Athletic Association, scoring 51 goals 17 games. Maplewood has only 13 goals in 18 games.
SATURDAY, MAY 5
KIRKWOOD AT WEBSTER GROVES, NOON—The Pioneers and Statesmen are cobbling together nice seasons. Webster is off to one of the best starts in the program’s history. Kirkwood is still eyeing the district tournament, which will be played on its turf.
LINDBERGH AT NERINX HALL, 2 P.M.—A standout goalkeeper can keep any team in the game against any offense. Lindbergh has the best keeper in town in Nina Tzianos. Nerinx has a lot of players who can put the ball in the net but not one who can always be counted on for a goal.
SUNDAY, MAY 6
JOHN BURROUGHS VS. MICDS, 1 P.M. AT BUSCH STADIUM— Two of the top baseball programs around take the big stage and make dreams come true as they play on the hallowed ground the local nine calls home.
MONDAY, MAY 7
JOHN BURROUGHS AT LADUE, 4 P.M.—The defending state champion Bombers take on the top public school team in town. Burroughs has been scoring at an alarming rate, lighting some of the area’s better clubs with scoreboard busting numbers. Ladue’s defense has been solid this season.
TUESDAY, MAY 8
NERINX HALL AT EUREKA, 5:30 P.M.—The Markers travel way out west to take on one of the top public school teams in town, Eureka. The Wildcats boast an offense led by dynamic scorer Hannah Leinert. The Markers pride themselves on defense, but Leinert is a tough one to shut down.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9
VIANNEY AT ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY HIGH, 4:30 P.M.—Southside rivals slug it out in their regular season finale. The MCC title could be in play as both teams will have a heavy conference schedule leading into this game.
CLAYTON VS. ST. MARY’S, 7:45 P.M. AT GCS BALLPARK—The Greyounds and Dragons will get to know what it feels like to play in a professional baseball stadium at the home of the Gateway Grizzlies in Sauget, Ill. Clayton has put together a nice season with wins over MICDS and Ladue. Taking home a win in the regular season finale would be the cherry on top.
COR JESU AT INCARNATE WORD, 4:15 P.M.—Double check the weather forecast for rain. Three of their previous five meetings have been canceled because of inclement weather. It could be a playoff preview as the Chargers and Red Knights have been the best teams in town all season.