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JV Baseball Huskies win a hard fought game against Lutheran North

The Huskies JV baseball team, fresh off of a tough loss to a talented Northwest House Springs, faced off against the Lutheran North Crusaders Monday afternoon.   The Crusaders took an early lead with three runs in the first inning and were in the right spots on defense as the Huskies hit a couple of hard

Football – STLToday – Newfound dedication lands Ritenour’s Duerbeck opportunities he never imagined – 4/17/2021

As publised on STLToday at: David Kvidahl Apr 17, 2021 Ritenour senior offensive lineman Tyler Duerbeck (64) fist bumps a teammate Friday, April 9, 2021, during a football game against Pattonville in Maryland Heights, Mo. At 6-foot-7 and 290 pounds, Duerbeck made huge strides during the spring football season and now expects to play college football.

Ally Week – 2021

Ritenour High School’s Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) would like to welcome everybody to Ally Week! Today we are kicking off the festivities with Pride Day! We appreciate your support! Feel free to wear the colors of the flag you identify with, flaunt some rainbow colors, or even wear any GSA swag you own! Have fun with

This afternoon the JV Baseball Huskies traveled south to Northwest House Springs to face off against a talented Lions team.  Freshman Pitcher Jadin Southard started off pitching in the game and did well for his first time pitching in high school.  Diago Vandever had two nice plays at second base and Cameron Hogan hustled down

Middle School Volleyball Camp Starts Next Week

We will begin our Middle School Camps on Tuesday, April 20.  Find info and register below. Middle School Camp Information (click here) Middle School Camp Registration (click here) Middle School Calendar (click here)   Team Store:   (Click here to purchase your t-shirt, long sleeve, sweatshirt, or hoodie)

XC – Head Coach Michael Aitken WINS St. Louis Marathon – 2021

As published in STLToday by Stu Durando April 12, 2021: Michael Aitken had a time of 2:33.31 and a 5:52 average mile pace. A strong, swirling wind accompanied runners as they crossed into Illinois to start the Go! St. Louis marathon and blew in their faces when they returned across the Chain of Rocks bridge