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Duchesne downs Lady Kahoks

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Image by Roger Starkey

Maryland Heights, Mo. – The Collinsville High School girls soccer team was unable to overcome two defensive lapses and lost 2-1 to defending Missouri Class 1A champion Duchesne Saturday in the Parkway College Showcase. “We did it to ourselves tonight,” Kahoks Head Coach Clay Smith said. Duchesne’s first goal came on defensive marking mistakes, Smith […]

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Bost delivers walk-off win for Softball Kahoks in extra innings

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Photo by Roger Starkey

Sidney Bost pitched a nine-inning complete game for a win Friday afternoon at the Collinsville Jaycees Sports Complex, and chipped in the game-winning hit for good measure. The Kahoks sophomore outdueled freshman Megan Brown, one of the best pitchers in the area, Collinsville Head Coach Cindy Kolda said. “You’re going to be hearing a lot […]

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Lady Kahoks soccer draws with Missouri power

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Andrea Frerker/ Photo by Roger Starkey

Maryland Heights, Mo. – Despite what Head Coach Clay Smith called a dominating performance, the Collinsville High School girls soccer team finished with a 0-0 draw against Nixa Friday in the Parkway College Showcase. The Lady Kahoks outshot the Lady Eagles by a 3:1 margin, hitting the post on three occasions. Collinsville had five corner […]

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Baseball Kahoks fall to Mascoutah

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Zach Mathes pitches against Mascoutah on April 4, 2014 / Photo by Roger Starkey

The Collinsville High School baseball team could not overcome sloppy play Friday afternoon at Arthur Fletcher Field, falling to Mascoutah 6-1. The tone for the game was set in the top of the first when Kahoks’ starting pitcher Zach Mathes walked Collin Renth, the game’s first batter and hit the third. Clean-up hitter Austin Waugh […]

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