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18 I SPORTS I February 14, 2018 WEST NEWSMAGAZINE F L O O R I N G , L L C “Your Flooring Professionals” NOW OPEN SUNDAY 10-4 Luxury Vinyl 3 Colors to choose from beginning at - 3 Colors 6” x 36” wood plank - Professional installation available - 18” x 18” LVT - $1.99 sq. ft. Carpet Mohawk SmartStrand Forever Clean 4 Unique Styles - all colors $ 3 99 sq. ft. - Installed with 8lb pad - Take-up existing carpet and pad - Remove existing furniture – Lifetime guarantee $ 1 49 $ 2 99 sq. ft. Wood Flooring 3/8” engineered hardwood starting at sq. ft. - In stock 5” wide Birch handscraped - Professional installation available - 5” wide Hickory @ $3.99 - in stock 15324 Manchester Road • Ellisville 63011 636-230-6900 AllSurfaceFlooringSTL.com We Invite You to Visit Our Showroom SPORTS, from page 17 championship. Other Whitfield matmen also did well. Coming in second were Logan Ferrero at 106, JR Ditter at 132, Noah Elmore at 182 and William Boldt at 220. Finishing fourth at the meet were Connor McAteer at 113, Ethan Hovis at 160 and Zac Russell at 170. Wade Raeman wound up fifth at 120. Defending state champion Danny Conley, a Chaminade senior, won at heavyweight. Conley pinned Cortez Woods, of Lafayette, in 2 minutes, 43 seconds. Conley has signed to wrestle in college at Columbia University. Parkway South’s Garret Kloeppel won at 132 when he got past Whitfield’s Ditter. Kloeppel finished second at state last winter at 126. Lafayette had two first-place winners. The Lancers’ Jayden Carson, a junior, won in overtime at 113. He defeated Khyler Brewer, of Staley, to score a 4-2 win. Senior Cameron Wegener won the championship at 145 with a 4-0 decision over Austin Landow, of Fort Zumwalt West. High school girls swimming Incarnate Word sophomore Ellie Wehrmann won two events for the Red Knights in the Metro Women’s Athletic Association [MWAA] Championships. Wehrmann won in the 100 backstroke with a time of 58.25 seconds. She also won the 200 freestyle in 1 minute, 52.30 seconds. St. Joseph’s Academy finished third in the MWAA Championships with 349 points. Cor Jesu won the seven-team league meet with a point total of 367.5, just enough to nip Nerinx Hall’s 367 points. Incarnate Word was seventh with 187 points. St. Joseph’s won the 200-free relay in 1:42.80. @WESTNEWSMAG WESTNEWSMAGAZINE.COM Local athletes shine on national hockey team St. Louis athletes played a huge role in helping the United States National Junior Team earn a bronze medal at the recent International Ice Hockey Federation World Under-20 Championship. The U.S. team earned its third consecutive medal at the championship. Trent Frederic, a Chesterfield native and sophomore at the University of Wisconsin, scored four goals to lead the United States in its 9-3 defeat of the Czech Republic. The victory gave the United States three-straight medals at the World Junior Championship for the first time in U.S. history and its sixth medal in the last nine tournaments [gold in 2010, 2013 and 2017; bronze in 2011, 2016 and 2018]. Brady Tkachuk, who plays at Boston University, followed in his family’s footsteps at the championship. He had nine points on three goals and six assists in seven games. Two years ago, his brother Matthew, now with the Calgary Flames, tied for the U.S. team-lead with 11 points in seven games while their father, Keith, followed a ninepoint performance in 1991 with a sevenpoint effort in 1992. Both Matthew and Keith also earned WJC bronze medals. Goalie Joseph Woll, who attended Westminster Christian Academy and now plays at Boston College, also had a good tournament. Playing in five games, Woll allowed 2.71 goals a game and had a save percentage of 88.60. Rodeo Whitfield junior Melanie Green recently competed in the Junior National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada. Green and her horse Rascal finished in 16th place out of 65 competitors. Green has been barrel racing since she was 4 years old. Great Rates. Great Terms. Great Service. 5 Month CD 10 Month CD 1 .10% 1 .35% APY* APY* 25 Month CD 1 .70% APY* 35 Month CD 2 .00% APY* 11998 St. Charles Rock Road, Bridgeton, MO 63044 13701 Olive Blvd., Chesterfield, MO 63017 13303 Manchester Road, Des Peres, MO 63131 1229 S. Laclede Station Road, Webster Groves, MO 63119 3808 Union Road, St. Louis, MO 63125 *All published rates are effective as of February 9, 2018 for a 5, 10, 15, 25 and 35 month certificate of deposit and are subject to change. Interest is compounded quarterly. Penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Other rates and terms are available. Fees may reduce earni ngs. Additional rate bumps are not eligible for special advertised rate. 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FACEBOOK.COM/WESTNEWSMAGAZINE WESTNEWSMAGAZINE.COM Ackermann’s Swim Program 1044 Curran Ave. • Kirkwood (314) 821-1070 www.ASPKirkwood.com Ackermann’s Swim Program has been dedicated to the growth and development of children in Kirkwood since 1949. Group swim lessons are available for children ages 4 to 11 in four heated pools of different water levels, up to 5 feet deep. Lessons are taught by Red Cross-certified teaching staff and provide children with a non-competitive, safe environment in which to build confidence and self-esteem by teaching the life skill of swimming and water safety. An open house for new campers will be held on Friday, May 18 between 3 and 5 p.m. For camp dates and times or other questions, email ASPKirkwood@icloud.com. Andrews Academy 888 N. Mason Road • Creve Coeur (314) 878-1883 www.andrewsacademy.com Let your summer sizzle at Andrews Academy! Andrews offers various summer camp programs for children ages 3 to 12. The summer fun runs June 4 through Aug. 10, giving parents the flexibility of choosing a week or an entire summer adventure. The Preschool Summer Camp Program (ages 3-4), from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m., offers fun-filled adventures. The School Age Summer Camp (kindergarten through sixth grade) is a full-day program, 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m., with free before and after care. Located on its wooded campus, Andrews Academy’s camps offer a multitude of activities administered by experienced camp counselors, including sports, outdoor recreation, arts and crafts, performing arts, technology, science, swimming and field trips. Camp Taum Sauk Lesterville • (314) 993-1655 www.taumsauk.com February 14, 2018 WEST NEWSMAGAZINE Camp Taum Sauk is a family-owned, coed overnight camp in Lesterville, Missouri, dedicated to creating positive, lasting impressions on children ages 8 to 15. With concern to safety and an emphasis on individual attention, experienced staff members lead campers through exciting experiences, including horseback rides, mountain biking, caving, zip wire, a giant swing, ropes course, wilderness skills, archery, riflery, creative arts, tennis and more. Children gain confidence in water through Red Cross swim instruction. Other water activities include canoeing, kayaking, rafting, tubing, snorkeling and fishing. Camps range from 1 week (perfect for first-timers) up to 8 weeks. Transportation is provided to and from St. Louis. Enroll online at www.taumsauk.com. Carol Bowman Academy of Dance, Ltd. 16 Clarkson Wilson Center · Chesterfield (636) 537-3203 www.carolbdance.com Carol Bowman Academy of Dance’s summer camps and classes offer an ideal time to introduce children of all ages to the different disciplines of dance. Classes for the younger students incorporate ballet, tap and tumbling to encourage coordination, rhythm and creativeness. For the more experienced dancer, classes in ballet, pointe, modern, lyrical, jazz and tap are structured to maintain strength, flexibility and tone. Summer session begins in June with day and evening classes and camps. Carol Bowman Academy of Dance emphasizes age-appropriate music, costumes and See SUMMER CAMPS, page 20 I SUMMER CAMPS & OPPORTUNITIES I 19 Sporting St. Louis SUMMER SOCCER CAMPS For Boys & Girls July 16-20, 2018 Ages 4-18 years old July 30-Aug. 3, 2018 Register at www.sportingstl.com SUMMER PROGRAMS TRUSTED PROFESSIONALS SUMMER INTENSIVE PROGRAMS Advanced Program: Ages 14–18; June 18–29 and July 9–20 Intermediate Program: Ages 10–13; June 18–29 and July 9–20 Located at Sportport in Maryland Heights Introducing For children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old Free trial class Classes begin March 26th Call TODAY to reserve your spot! Contact : Becky Andricks, Center Director 314-440-3336 email@example.com 15933 Manchester Rd., Ellisville, Mo 63011 (Located Inside The Dance Inc Studio) 314-440-3336 For more information, visit themusicclass.com Junior Program: Ages 7–9; June 18–29 STORYBOOK CAMPS Ages 3–4 Camps *Take more and save! June 25–27: Sleeping Beauty and Frozen July 9–11: Cinderella and Swan Lake July 16–18: The Nutcracker Ages 5–6 Camp: July 9–13: Storybook Princess Camp “...you made me feel welcome...I appreciated all the indivudal attention...you helped me grow, especially in my ballet training” ~ Brooke W. 2017 Advanced Program Student NOW REGISTERING FOR SUMMER PROGRAMS STLOUISBALLET.ORG | 636.537.1998 | CHESTERFIELD VALLEY