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Rockwood Spring Sports Athletes Earn All-Metro Recognition from St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Rockwood Spring Sports Athletes Earn All-Metro Recognition from St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A total of 36 Rockwood School District spring sports student-athletes representing all four high schools earned All-Metro recognition from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

These athletes -- 17 boys and 19 girls -- made the Post-Dispatch All-Metro teams in baseball, golf, lacrosse, soccer, track and field, volleyball, water polo. A total of 15 athletes earned first-team honors -- including Players of the Year Kyle Kubasta (Lafayette High, boys volleyball) and Kylee Pickens (Eureka High, girls lacrosse) -- 12 earned second-team recognition, and nine were named to the third team.

Congratulations to these outstanding Rockwood student-athletes!


Rockwood students who earned First-Team All-Metro recognition smile in 15 separate pictures.

First Team All-Metro


Rockwood student-athletes who made the All-Metro 2nd and 3rd teams smile in 21 separate pictures.

Second Team All-Metro

Third Team All-Metro


Schutte, Keen Earn Soccer All-America, All-Region Honors

Two Rockwood students smile in their soccer uniforms.

Recent Eureka High graduate Blaine Schutte was one of 43 players from around the nation -- and only four from Missouri -- to be named to the United Soccer Coaches High School All-America team.

Schutte and Lafayette High's Addison Keen were also among 19 players from Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and Oklahoma to be named to the United Soccer Coaches High School All-Central Region team.

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