Fall Sports Headed Out…Winter Sports On The Way In!

Hello Comets! Fall sports are coming to a close soon.
Boys Varsity Soccer- Playing defending state champs Fort Zumwalt South on Tuesday at 7:00pm for the first round of districts.  You can’t be the best until you beat the best and the Comets have a hefty task ahead of them but I am sure they are ready for the challenge.  Good luck Comets.
Varsity Football- Playing Hazelwood East in the District Semi-Final game on Saturday at McCluer, 1:00pm kickoff. $5 admission. 
Please take a moment and recognize these athletes and their coaches and thank them for their dedication to Comet Nation.
Boys Swimming and Diving-The boys finished their regular  season this past week with the conference meet at University City. Everyone came home with a medal and all of these young men are considerably faster in the water than they were three months ago thanks to their dedication to the program and their great work ethic.  Thank you Coach Cook and Coach Egan for your hard work this season.  Devon Tallent will be preparing for state this week and then next week on November 16th he will be back in the pool against the best swimmers in the state.  If you see him please wish him and his coaches luck.    State swimming takes place at the St. Peters Rec Plex and starts on Thursday the 14th and will finish up on Friday.
The Comet volleyball squad finished the season with a 7-18-3 record.  The record does not do justice to the effort and hardwork that these young ladies put forth this year.  The team lost three varsity starters this year to the opening of the new STEAM High school but the team came together with a few new faces from MSB and the girls grew as a family as the season got going.  I am very proud of the strides that they made throughout the season and look forward to the next few years for the Comet Volleyball program.  Great job ladies and thank you coaches for the hard work that you put in.
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The Cross Country team finished their season last week with a run in Districts.  We had a small team this year but their hearts were big.  They continued to drop their times as the season moved forward.  Please congratulate these boys and their coaches for a job well done this year.