Cardinals Boys Basketball Results

The 5th Grade St. Louis Cardinals played at St. Michael’s in Brookville Tuesday night.  St. Michael’s got off to an early lead and were ahead (10-8) after the first quarter. St. Michael’s kept the lead going into halftime (14-12). The Cardinals rallied back and took the lead to end the third quarter (21-20) in favor of St. Louis. The Cards were able to hold the lead and bring home their third win in a row with a final score of (28-22). Jaiden Kuria lead the scoring with 15 points, followed by Ben Greiwe with 8 points, Caleb Mohr with 3 points and Tyler Reder with 2 points. Come out and root on the 5th grade Cardinals Weds (11-14) at Greendale Middle School. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Tim Reder.

The 6th Grade St. Louis Boys Basketball team took on the St. Michael’s Trojans in Brookville on Tuesday, November 6th.  The Cardinals came up short losing by a final score of 39-8.  Leading the Cardinals in scoring was Henry Wanstrath with 5 points followed by Max Amberger with 3 points.  From a rebounding standpoint the Cardinals were led by Max Amberger with 5.  Marc Meneses had 4 rebounds followed by Ryan Duerstock with 2, Santiago Schutte with 2, Sully Hill with 1, Max Richardson with 1, Zavier Tekulve with 1, and Ben Miller with 1.  Amberger also led the team in steals with 2 while Hill had 1.  Despite the result the Cardinals didn’t quit and fought hard throughout the game.  The Cardinals are back in action on Wednesday, November 14th when the play against Greendale in Lawrenceburg.  Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Tekulve.

The St. Louis 7th Graders secured the win over Franklin County 28 to 21.  Connor Miles posted 11 points and 7 steals supported by Carson Meyer’s 8 rebounds and strong team effort defense. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Chad Miles.

The St Louis Cardinals 8th Grade Basketball team moved to 3-0 on the season tonight by defeating the Franklin County Wildcats by a score of 38-27. The Cardinals will be back in action this Saturday as they play in the Oldenburg Academy of Immaculate Conception Tournament in Oldenburg. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Schebler.