Harris and 10 other Kirkwood High School athletes signed on to play collegiate sports.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
February 6 is the first day high school seniors can confirm their college choices. The University of Missouri, Ohio State and Oklahoma State are among the NCAA schools looking to St. Louis for recruits.
College coaches are getting their money's worth out of fax machines today. This is the first day high school seniors playing Football, Baseball Field Hockey, Soccer, Track and Field, Cross Country, Men's Water Polo can submit a signed letter of intent to play at the college level. Ezekiel Elliott, the John Burroughs running back who gave a verbal pledge to the Ohio State Buckeyes last spring, confirmed that decision late Wednesday afternoon in an announcement that was also carried on live local television. Ladue-Frontenac Patch was there for what was an emotional decision for the entire Elliott family Patch editors have been at schools throughout the St. Louis area as athletes celebrated the next step in their careers: We'll update this …
Sunday, September 23, 2012
"It was a butt-kicking," Parkway North High Coach Bob Bunton said.
In the world of college football, Homecoming is generally the time when the home team finds an overmatched opponent, thanks them for playing and sends the fans home happy. Unfortunately for the Parkway North Vikings, the high school level offers little such luxury. Saturday, the Kirkwood Pioneers (5-0), ranked number 1 statewide in Class 5, came in and used a dominating first quarter on both sides of the ball to extinguish any Viking hopes for an upset en route to a 47-6 rout. After Parkway North (2-3) was forced to punt on its first possession, Pioneers QB Jordan Bishop found WR Andre Harris on a 51 yard touchdown pass. On North's next play from scrimmage after the kickoff, Harris intercepted an Andy Huss pass in Viking territory for a …