Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Athletes of the Week, Again

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Athletes of the Week, Again

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Gabby David

Althoff golf

A senior, David shot a 2-over-par 56 to earn medalist honors at the 16-team Belleville East Yorktown Golf Course Invitational. It was the fourth tournament victory of the season for David, who won the 10-team O'Fallon Tournament with an 8-over 80 at Tamarack, the Mascoutah Tournament with a 7-over 79 at McKendree Greens and the 9- hole Goalby/Haas Classic at St. Clair Country Club with a 2-over 38. David has also been the medalist in all nine duals she has participated in, carrying a stroke average of 38. She was the No. 2 golfer on Althoff's state championship team last season.

Meghan Donovan

Villa Duchesne volleyball

A 6-foot-3 senior setter, Donovan led the Saints to the championship of Oakville's Gateway Matchup. In seven tournament matches, she racked up 196 assists, 40 digs and 30 kills. Her best matches came in wins over DuBourg (39 assists, 10 digs) and Lindbergh (37 assists, 4 kills). Donovan was a first-team All-Metro selection last season and has been first-team all-state the past two seasons. With 2,813 career assists, she is closing in on Missouri's all-time high school record of 2,973 assists. She has committed to the University of Georgia.

Maddie Michalski

Oakville softball

In a recent six-game stretch, Michalski, a sophomore shortstop and No. 3 hitter, went 12-for-14 with three doubles, one triple, five RBI, eight stolen bases, four hit by pitches and five walks. She reached base 21 out of 23 times, including her last 11 plate appearances. Michalski is among the area leaders in batting average (.593), stolen bases (22) and on-base percentage (.688) and leads the team in RBI (20) and slugging percentage (.814). As a freshman, Michalski earned second-team all-Suburban West Conference honors as the Tigers starting second baseman after batting .353 with 11 RBI.

Naeem Moore

Cardinal Ritter football

A 6-foot, 205-pound senior running back/linebacker, Moore carried the ball 16 times for 319 yards and four touchdowns in a 56-32 win over Borgia. He had TD runs of 61, 48, 74 and 12 yards and also contributed on defense with three tackles, one assist and one sack. Moore leads the area in rushing yards (1,210) with an average of 15. …

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