Belleville Althoff Hoopsters Win State ChampionshipThe Crusaders took down Lincoln Way West, 62-37.
Top 5 NCAA March Madness Cinderella TeamsWe’ve already started with games and there’s no doubt the best part are the upsets, the Cinderella teams. We went back into the vault of NCAA and picked out our favorite Cinderella teams of all time (in no particular order).
'Brackets For Good' Down to Supported Sixteen in St. LouisIt's basically the same idea as the NCAA bracket, 64 charities were selected to compete for donations in St. Louis.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: The Ultimate GoPro Highlight ReelCheck out this complication of video created by some of the best high school athletes in St. Louis.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Althoff Boys BasketballThe Althoff Catholic High School basketball is the top ranked small school team in the St. Louis area, and they have a lot of fun being on top.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Blake Ahearn, Clayton BasketballThe former NBA and Team USA basketball player, Blake Ahearn, is back in his hometown.
Champions League Showcases Former NBA Stars in Charity Game at Chaifetz ArenaThe Champion League's first-ever event is a charity game on Jan. 29 at Saint Louis University.
Illinois Fires Athletic Director After Athlete AllegationsFootball coach Tim Beckman was fired over the allegations and lawsuits filed by players in the other two sports are ongoing.
Top 5: Recap of NCAA's Recent MishapsControversy in college sports is a more predictable occurrence than Taylor Swift’s next breakup single.
Local Doctor: 'Horny Goat Weed' Not a Good Mix With CocaineFormer NBA star Lamar Odom may have been used coacine and a herbal Viagra with "horny goat weed" which caused his medical emergency.
St. Louis Ranked in Top 10 Major Cities for Sports FansSt. Louis was No. 1 when it comes to baseball, No. 3 for hockey, No. 20 for football, 65th for soccer, but lost a lot of ground when it comes to basketball, ranked 163rd.
Freeburg HS Alumni Want to Keep 'Midgets' MascotAuthorities with the Freeburg School District say the name originated in the 1930s, and was meant as an honor for a scrappy basketball team that played well despite having very few players who were tall.