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  2. Missouri State High School Activities Association - Wikipedia

    MSHSAA's member schools are organized into groups based on enrollment, with Class 1 being the smallest. In 11-man football the largest is Class 6, comprising the largest 32 schools based on enrollment. Schools wishing to play 8-man football must have an enrollment smaller than 200 total students.

  3. Northwest High School (Missouri) - Wikipedia

    Northwest High School is a public high school located in Cedar Hill, Missouri that is part of the Northwest R-1 School District.. Activities. For the 2011–2012 school year, the school offered 20 activities approved by the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA): baseball, boys and girls basketball, sideline cheerleading, boys and girls cross country, dance team, 11-man ...

  4. Hassan Haskins - Wikipedia

    In addition to playing football at Eureka High School in Eureka, Missouri, Haskins participated in basketball and track and field. Haskins placed second in the high jump at the 2017 MSHSAA Class 5 State Championship, clearing 6' 7". As a senior, he led the basketball team in blocks and steals while averaging 8.1 points per game.

  5. Lindbergh High School (Missouri) - Wikipedia

    Lindbergh High School is a public high school in the Lindbergh School District.It is in Sappington, an unincorporated area in St. Louis County, Missouri, in the suburbs of St. Louis.

  6. Mark Segbers - Wikipedia

    Early life. Mark Segbers was born in St. Louis and is the son of Jim and Mimi Segbers and brother to Nick, David, Shirley, and Shelby Segbers. Segbers attended St. John Vianney High School, where he, as a sophomore, was named to Second Team Metro Catholic Conference.

  7. Tyron Woodley - Wikipedia

    Tyron Woodley (born April 17, 1982) is an American professional mixed martial artist.He is a former UFC Welterweight Champion who defended his title four times. A professional since 2009, Woodley also competed at Strikeforce and was an NCAA Division I collegiate wrestler for the Missouri Tigers, becoming a two-time All-American and Big 12 Conference champion.