Griffs got out fast and dominated the Flyers 37-8.
Friday, February 1, 2013
The Tigers beat rival Lindbergh Flyers 4-2 at the Shaw Park Hockey Classic last weekend.
The Oakville Tigers beat rival Lindbergh Flyers 4-2 at the Shaw Park Winter Classic outdoor exhibition tournament. The Tigers will advance advance to the playoffs. Find photos of the fearless Flyers and their cheerleaders our Facebook page!
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Eight Missouri teams will be in the day-long event at Scottrade Center Thursday.
The Coaches vs Cancer Shootout, a benefit for the St. Louis chapter of the American Cancer Association is a lot more than just a hoop fest. This is basketball for a real cause. While the players get to battle in front of large crowds in a major league arena (Scottrade Center), precious dollars are being raised for the effort to wipe out Cancer in our lifetime. Nothing could be better than that. Matt Hixenbaugh, MICDS’ coach of a team invited back for the third consecutive year puts it this way. “To be involved in this Shootout is a great honor. It is a wonderful opportunity to use basketball to make a positive impact on the outside world. In doing this, it is a great opportunity for our guys to be involved in a wonderful endeavor and …
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Lindbergh, Vianney, MICDS, SLUH, DeSmet, Duchesne and CBC to represent Patch communities.
Monday, October 29, 2012
You can't say the Flyers didn't hang in there 'til the last minute. Share your photos and favorite moments of the 2012 season.
Despite maintaining a 7-7 tie against Parkway South's Patriots well into the 4th quarter, the Lindbergh Flyers fell 7-10 on Friday with less than three minutes left in the game. Still, Lindbergh head coach Tom Beauchamp was proud of his team's efforts, saying there was "not a bit of quit in any of them" this season. It might have been tough at times for the Flyers, but there was still plenty of fun. View some of our favorite game photos, and share your own with other Patch readers. Simply: 1. Create an account on Patch 2. Share your favorite memory in the comments below. Or, go to our Pics & Clips page. 3. Don't forget to identify your favorite players and fans in the captions!
Friday, October 26, 2012
The Flyers maintained a 7-7 tie well into the 4th quarter, but fell with just a few minutes left in the game.
The score was supposed to be much more lopsided. They weren’t supposed to have the ball with two minutes left and a chance to win the game. But that’s where the Lindbergh Flyers found themselves Friday night in their district opener at Parkway South thanks to an impressive defensive effort that kept the underdogs in the game from start to finish. So when his offense couldn’t put together a game-winning drive and they suffered a heart-breaking 10-7 loss to end their season, Lindbergh coach Tom Beauchamp couldn’t find a negative thing to say. “The kids came to play, they played their hearts out and gave it everything they had,” Beauchamp said. “I have no complaints or gripes. Our kids played with everything they had. “They have a lot of …
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Flyers fall to 3-6, after 14-2 loss, in final home game for seniors.
Like often happens in sports, a close and controversial call that went against the Lindbergh High football team Friday night, might have made the difference, as the Flyers played their final home game of the season at Flyers Field on the Lindbergh campus. Wide receiver-turned quarterback Chuck Houska hit tight end Brad MacKeen for a sprint out pass that looked like a touchdown that would’ve pulled Lindbergh to within seven points early in the fourth quarter. Instead though, the officials ruled that MacKeen didn’t break the plane of the goalline on the 4th-and-goal play, and in fact, did not score, which gave the ball back to visiting Mehlville, which held on for a 14-2 win over the Flyers. “It’s really tough when a call like that goes …
Saturday, October 20, 2012
The Panther defense overpowered the Flyers in a 14-2 win.
Despite high energy from Lindbergh High School's fan base, Mehlville defeated the Flyers 14-2 Friday night. Check out our fan and player gallery on the Sunset Hills-Crestwood Facebook page. The Flyers fell to 3-6 on the year, while the Panthers improved to 2-7, after securing their first victory since romping over Northwest back on opening night in August. Junior kicker Austin Massey connected on two clutch field goals in the early going to get the Panthers on the board, while fellow junior Brendan Morrow added a sensational 43-yard touchdown run to give Mehlville the cushion it needed, as it put the game away in the second half. The Flyers got their only points early in the fourth quarter, when a host of Lindbergh defensive players …
Monday, May 14, 2012
Flyers get two hits and two runs scored from both junior Jordan Harmon and senior Matt Feldt, but still come up short in 5-4 defeat against St. Mary's.
The emotionally thrilling and surprisingly exciting 2012 high school baseball season came to a disappointing and sudden end for the Lindbergh High School baseball team on Saturday, when the Flyers lost their first round district playoff game, 5-4, to St. Mary's Catholic High of St. Louis at LHS' Flyers Field. Lindbergh, which came into the district tournament as the No. 2 seed, was hosting the seventh-seeded Dragons, in a matchup that would earn the winner a trip to the district semifinals and a date with No. 3 seed Rockwood Summit on Monday, with the district championship game scheduled for Tuesday night at the Ballwin Athletic Association. Unfortunately for the Flyers, they won't be seeing either of those games after getting upset by St…
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Also, a pair of Lindbergh golfers will play in the state tournament.
The Affton baseball team was coming off an offensive explosion entering Thursday's non-conference contest against Mehlville. The Cougars defeated McCluer South-Berkeley 29-3 Wednesday, scoring nine runs in the first inning, nine more in the second and eight in the third in the four-inning game. Affton should have saved some runs for Thursday, as it went from scoring 29 runs to being shut out by the Panthers. Senior southpaw Aaron Onkle pitched five scoreless innings as the Panthers defeated Affton 10-0 in six innings. "That was the longest outing in Aaron's career," Mehlville coach Tim Ode said. "We have used him in several different scenarios although he has not pitched that much. He had one other start, against Parkway South, which he …