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Friday, August 4
6'2 Sharpshooting Mike Malat has transferred to O'fallon High School.
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6'2 Mike Malat transfers to O'Fallon.
6'2 Sharpshooting combo guard Mike Malat will play his senior year at O'fallon High School. Malat who played the previous three seasons at Belleville East High School, where he led them in scoring and assists last season.
Malat has made a huge name for himself this summer playing his first season of AAU basketball and has garnered heavy interest from Belmont University, Harvard, and VMI. Malat who is a full qualifier wants to be signed before the high school season comes around.
Malat should help booster an already good O'fallon team with his slick ball handling, great shooting range and great passing ability. We the Falcons family wish the best for Mike and entire Malat family.


Wednesday, July 26
Former Falcons star Maclin suffers season ending injury.
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Former Falcons star Maclin out for freshman year.
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Former Falcons and Kirkwood point guard Jeremy Maclin suffered a season ending knee injury earlier this week. Maclin who is a freshman at Missouri tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during 7-on-7 play Tuesday. Click headline for complete story as we the Falcons family wish Jeremy a speedy and healthy recovery.

Sunday, June 11
James Hicks signs with Missouri Baptist University.
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6'7 jumping jack signs with MO Baptist
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6'7 James Hicks was not a factor on the high school circuit a year ago as he averaged 1.4 points per game during his junior year at Parkway South. Hicks then decided to tryout for the St. Louis Falcons 17U team. Hicks was a very athletic and wiry player with very raw skills. The Falcons picked up Hicks for the season and saw tremendous growth in his game. Hicks who is considered one of the states top dunking big man is slowly developing his game into a great post up scorer. We are very glad to see this kid who went from 1.4 points to averaging over 11 points and 9 rebounds a game during his senior year and several highlight real dunks sign with Missouri Baptist University. We the Falcons wish James and his family the best.

Saturday, June 10
6'3 Austin Peebles Maroa-Forsyth HS signs with St. Josephs College
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6'3 Austin Peebles
Former St. Louis Falcons team member and Maroa-Forsyth High School grad Austin Peebles has signed to play basketball with Division 2 power St. Josephs College in Indiana.
Peebles was voted team Co-Mvp for the Falcons 17U team last year and also led Maroa-Forsyth in scoring with over 21 points a game, while helping them to a Class A third place finish. Congrats to Austin, who is a very deserving player and will definately thrive at St. Josephs and we the Falcons wish you and your family the best.


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Former St. Louis Falcons star Darren Brooks
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Sunday, June 11
A little update on former Falcons
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Curtis Marshall dunking in Australian pro league
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6'6 former Falcon Curtis Marshall a Mccluer North High School & Texas Tech grad is currently tearing it up in overseas in Australia. Marshall is averaging over 29 points and 10 rebounds per game in hopes of landing an invitation to a NBA workout and signing with a NBA team. Marshall is considered one of the premier shooters and players in the Australian overseas league.

6'3 former Falcon Darren Brooks a Jennings High School & SIU @ Carbondale grad recently help lead his NBDL team to a NBDL Champsionship. Brooks will have several workouts with NBA teams in hopes of landing with a NBA team. Brooks also recently just joined the Falcons coaching staff.

6'5 former Falcon Jared Newson a Belleville East High School & Tennessee-Martin grad recently had several strong performances at several NBA draft camps including The Portsmith Invitational. Newson is hoping on getting drafted this upcoming month by a NBA team.


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Former St. Louis Falcons star Jared Newson
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Wednesday, May 24
2006 Midwest Showdown tourney results & all tourney teams.
Here are the final results from the 2006 Midwest Showdown tourney held at Vashon & Soldan High School and Harris Stowe State University. 48 teams participated from 8 different states.
17U
Quarterfinals
63 St. Louis Falcons Blue
49 Illinois Knights A

38 St. Louis Eagles
51 Team Excalibur

64 St. Louis Gameface
62 Chicago Mixers

80 Midwest Storm
58 Nashville Stallions, TN

Semifinals
53 St. Louis Falcons
60 Team Excalibur, MO

47 St. louis Gameface
66 Midwest Storm

Championship
38 Team Excalibur, MO
56 Midwest Storm

17U All-Tourney
6'5 Josh Edmonds Midwest Storm-MVP
6'6 Jeremy Felton Midwest Storm
6'0 Kavon Lacey Midwest Storm
6'6 Lucus O'rear Midwest Storm
6'8 Josh Harrellson Team Excalibur, MO
6'0 Kent Rau Team Excalibur, MO
6'4 Kurt Kovach Team Excalibur, MO
5'11 Geno Mcneil St. Louis Falcons Blue
6'2 Mike Malat St. Louis Falcons Blue
6'4 Reginald Quarles St. Louis Falcons Blue
6'6 Leon Powell St. Louis Gameface
6'4 Alburey Doss St. Louis Gameface
6'2 Ron Waller St. Louis Eagles
6'7 Jared Swopshire St. Louis Eagles
6'6 Breeland Mcknight Twin City Magic

16U
Quarterfinals
58 St. Louis Falcons
51 St. Louis Majestics

57 Chicago Mixers
48 St. Louis Kings

56 St. Louis Gameface
49 Gateway Basketball Club Black, MO

47 St. Louis Eagles
35 TABA, IL

Semifinals
61 St. Louis Falcons
53 Chicago Mixers

54 St. Louis Gameface
53 St. Louis Eagles

Championship
45 St. Louis Falcons
53 St. Louis Gameface

16U All tourney
6'2 Cornelius Walker St. Louis Gameface MVP
6'5 Marcel Taylor St. Louis Gameface
6'4 Ameechie Baldwin St. Louis Gameface
6'4 Dezmon Hickman St. Louis Falcons
6'3 Jared Woolfolk St. Louis Falcons
5'11 Stephon Carson St. Louis Falcons
Jarvis Smothers Chicago Mixers
6'5 Darrell WIlliams Chicago Mixers
Roderick Finley Chicago Mixers
6'0 Brandon Lockhart St. Louis Eagles
6'5 Antonio Garritino St. Louis Majestics
5'8 Brandon Wheat Ohio CYEC

15U
Quarterfinals
49 St. Louis Eagles 14U
40 St. Louis Gameface

47 St. Louis Eagles Blue
34 St. Louis Majestics

62 Team Illinois
50 St. Louis Bulls

47 Trotwood Ohio Players
35 St. Louis Falcons

Semifinals
48 St. Louis Eagles 14U
58 St. Louis Eagles Blue

48 Team Illinois
35 Trotwood Ohio Players

Championship
73 OT Team Illinois
69 St. Louis Eagles Blue

15U All Tourney
6'1 Tywon Howard Team Illinois MVP
6'2 D'mitri Riggs Team Illinois
6'4 Michael Brigham Team Illinois
5'11 Doug Wallace St. Louis Eagles Blue
6'2 Jake Finley St. Louis Eagles Blue
6'6 Richard Anderson St. Louis Eagles Blue
6'7 Nate Holloway Trotwood Ohio Players
5'11 Darnell Houston Trotwood Ohio Players
6'6 Jordon Fonville St. Louis Falcons (Decatur Macarthur)
6'4 Earnest Carter St. Louis Gameface
5'10 Trent Swiggert St. Louis Eagles 14U
6'5 Koney Ealey St. Louis Eagles 14U

Thanks to all that attended and participated.


MIDSTATEHOOPS.COM Midwest Showdown Tourney review.

Wednesday, May 17
MIDSTATEHOOPS.COM Midwest Showdown Tourney Preview.

Sunday, May 14
Falcons 17U Red loses in Silver division Championship in Bloomington
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Alonzo Wrickerson had a strong tourney in Indiana
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The St. Louis Falcons 17U Red team lost in the championship game of the silver division in Bloomington, Indiana at the Adidas May Classic tourney. The 15U team went 1-3 in Bloomington, Indiana. More details to follow.

Shorthanded Falcons 16U goes 2-2 at Spiece Run & Slam

Monday, March 20
St. Louis Falcons 15U Roster
5'4 145lbs Darnell Thacker Mccluer North
5'7 145lbs Derrick Fountain Hazelwood Central
5'11 150lbs Prentice Ivy Chaminade
5'11 160lbs Ismiah Roundtree Edwardsville
6'2 175lbs Ryan Mertz Wentzville Holt
6'2 175lbs Matt Bell MICDS
6'3 175lbs Terrence Harris Soldan
6'3 180lbs Jack Macon Webster Groves
6'4 190lbs Ryan Wilkinson Northwest
6'4 175lbs Chris Williams Hazelwood Central
6'6 205lbs Jordan Fonville Decatur Macarthur
Schedule
4/7-4/9 -St. Louis Bulls Jam Fest- St. Louis, MO
4/22-4/23 -Hoopmaster Classic- Farmington, MO
4/28-4/30 -Greater Midwest Classic- St. Louis, MO
5/12-5/14 -Adidas May Classic- Bloomington, IN
5/19-5/21 -Midwest Showdown- St. Louis, MO
5/26-5/28 -Spiece Run & Slam Memorial- Fort Wayne, IN
6/2-6/4 -Arch Rivals Tourney- St. Louis, MO
6/24-6/25 -We Got Game Tourney- Springfield, IL
Early July -Flash Flanigans tourney(NCAA)- Bloomington, IL
NCAA denotes certified event with college coaches in attendance


Monday, March 20
St. Louis Falcons 16U Roster
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6'0 Todd Starks of Chaminade
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5'9 165lbs Derron Wooten Chaminade
5'10 160lbs Stefon Carson Decauter Macarthur
6'0 160lbs Todd Starks Chaminade
6'0 170lbs Karrington Pettiford CBC
6'0 180lbs Anthony Brownlee Collinsville
6'2 185lbs Jared Woolfolk Edwardsville
6'2 210lbs Hulus King Mccluer North
6'3 185lbs Mike Whittier Webster Groves
6'4 185lbs Dezman Hickman Collinsville
6'5 200lbs Jordan Fonville Decauter Macarthur
6'6 205lbs David Ruckman Freeburg
6'7 205lbs Todd Carpenter Sesser-Valier
6'11 210lbs Michael Douglass Parkway Central
Schedule
4/7-4/8 -St. Louis Bulls Jam Fest -St. Louis, MO
4/14-4/16 -Real Deal on the Hill (NCAA) -Fayetteville, AR
4/28-4/30 -King of the South (NCAA) -Nashville, TN
5/5-5/7 -Speice Run & Slam -Fort Wayne, IN
5/19-5/21 -Midwest Showdown -St. Louis, MO
7/6-7/8 -Hoosier Shootout(NCAA) -Indinapolis, IN
7/28-7/31 -Grand Finale (NCAA) -Nashville, TN
NCAA denotes certified event with college coaches in attendance


Dezman Hickman
6'4 Dezman Hickman of Collinsville
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Tuesday, March 21
St. Louis Falcons 17U Blue Roster
5'11 155lbs Geno Mcneil SLUH
5'11 165lbs Devon Dace Webster Groves High School
6'0 160lbs Robert Kreps Maroa-Forsyth High School
6'1 175lbs Demario Washington Belleville East High School
6'2 165lbs Mike Malat Belleville East High School
6'4 200lbs Reginald Quarles Belleville East High School
6'6 195lbs Alfred Nelson Chaminade High School
6'6 230lbs Chris Williams Lebanon High School
6'6 200lbs Brian Ess Edwardsville High School
6'7 250lbs James Snider Carlyle High School
6'8 215lbs Andrew James Eureka High School
Schedule
4/1-4/2 -Gateway Adidas Challenge -St. Louis, MO
4/14-4/16 -Real Deal on the Hill (NCAA) -Fayetteville, AR
4/28-4/30 -King of the South (NCAA) -Nashville, TN
5/5-5/7 -Speice Run & Slam -Fort Wayne, IN
5/19-5/21 -Midwest Showdown -St. Louis, MO
6/9-6/11 -Mac Irvin Shootout -Chicago, IL
7/6-7/8 -Hoosier Shootout(NCAA) -Indinapolis, IN
7/13-7/15 - Best of the Midwest (NCAA) -Indianapolis, IN
7/29-7/31 -Grand Finale (NCAA) -Nashville, TN
NCAA denotes certified event with college coaches in attendance.


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6'6 Alfred Nelson of Chaminade
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Tuesday, March 21
St. Louis Falcons 17U Red Roster
5'5 140lbs Monterrion Mckinney Cahokia High School
5'11 160lbs Brandon Goss Hazelwood East High School
5'11 170lbs Alonzo Wrickerson Webster Groves High School
5'11 160lbs Damian Lewis Decatur Macarthur High School
6'1 165lbs Andre Boney Webster Groves High School
6'4 175lbs Darren Bell Cleveland NJROTC
6'4 185lbs Tyrone Davis Wentzville Holt High School
6'4 205lbs David Williams Mehlville High School
6'5 185lbs Jonathan Simmons Hazelwood East High School
6'5 180lbs Andre Thomas Fort Zumwalt South High School
6'6 200lbs Brian Ess Edwardsville High School
6'7 195lbs Joe Anderson SLUH
Schedule
4/7-4/8 -St. Louis Bulls Jam Fest -St. Louis, MO
4/28-4/30 -King of the South (NCAA) -Nashville, TN
5/12-5/14 -Adidas May Classic -Bloomington, IN
5/19-5/21 -Midwest Showdown -St. Louis, MO
Early July -Flash Flanigans Tourney(NCAA) -Bloomington, IL
7/13-7/15 -Best of the Midwest(NCAA) -Indianapolis, IN
NCAA denotes certified event with D1 college coaches in attendance.


5'11 Robert Kreps of Maroa-Forsyth verbals to the University of Illinois-Chicago
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Robert "robo" Kreps to UIC
Class of 2007 standout Robert Kreps a member of last years 16U Falcons team gave coach Jimmy Collins and the University of Illinois-Chicago a verbal commitment. Kreps who is the starting point guard on Maroa-Forsyth team that is currently 12-1 is a great pickup for UIC. Kreps better known as Robo is a deadly outside shooter with ridiculous range and has great stregth and an excellent basketball IQ. Kreps had a breakout summer and Illinois-Chicago and a host of other schools really tooked notice when they saw Robo with the Falcons play in the Hoosier Showcase in Indianopolis. Robo is currently averaging over 20 points per game and over 6 assists this season for Maroa-Forsyth, and choose UIC over: Western Illinois, Eastern Illinois, Northwestern and Yale. Congrats to Robo and the entire Kreps family.

6'5 Salem senior Trevor White is having a big year.
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Trevor White of Salem High School
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To all recruiters, their is a good catch down in Salem, MO by the name of Trevor White. White a 6'5 senior starred on the St. Louis Falcons 16U & 17U team this past summer. Trevor was allowed to play down because of his birthday and in doing so, he earned an invite to the Adidas Top Ten Camp. White has transferred his summer success into a great senior year at Salem High School and is coming off a great Rolla Holiday Tournament in which he scored a season high of 30 points in a victory over St. Louis area Duborg High School. Averaging over 20 points this 6'5 205 pound sharp shooting swing player has the strength and work ethic to make it on the next level. Also he sports a G.P.A. over 3.6 cumulative. Currently a host of division 2 schools have shown major interest in Trevor. You can click on headline or Trevor picture for complete link recap and to follow Trevor Whites' senior season at Salem.

6'5 Heath Houser Meridian HS signed Milliken University
Heath Houser
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6'4 Cory Wright Normandy HS signed Forest Park CC
Corey Wright
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6'2 Hosea Jackson Mccluer North HS
Hosea Jackson
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6'5 Andrew Williams Hazelwood East HS Signed Graceland University
Andrew Williams
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6'5 Aundrae Williams Hazelwood East HS Signed Graceland Univesity
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6'3 Austin Peebles Maroa-Forsyth HS signed St. Josephs College
Austin Peebles
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6'5 Trevor White Salem HS signed Fontbonne
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6'0 Jeremy Maclin Kirkwood HS signed to Mizzou (football)
Jeremy Maclin
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6'7 James Hicks Parkway South HS signed Missouri Baptist University
James Hicks signs
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6'4 Ryan Wilson Parkway West H. S.
Ryan Wilson of Parkway West
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6'3 Denny Whitlow Warrensburg-Latham HS Signed Spoon River JC
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6'5 Tim WIlkes Sparta HS Signed Lewis & Clark Community College

Former Falcon Muse give North Texas verbal!
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Former Falcon 6'10 Curtis Muse
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2004 Vashon High School graduate and former St. Louis Falcons player Curtis Muse is entering his second year at Mineral Area Junior College. Muse who had over 20 Division 1 scholarship offers has fined tuned his game and was recently named a fourth team Junior College preseason all-american by Street & Smith magazine and has gave the University of North Texas a verbal commitment. Muse chose North Texas over Purdue and Miami. Muse stated that the decision came down to the school that his family thought would be the best fit for him. Click on link above or Muse picture for link.

Friday, August 19
Falcons 2005 Awards
Here are the 2005 St. Louis Falcons AAU Basketball Club: MVP and Most Improved player awards for each level.


17U Team
Andrae Williams
Aundrae Williams 2005 17U Co-MVP
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17U Co-MVP's
6'5 Aundrae Williams Hazelwood East High School
had a great summer and made a splash at allot of high profile tournaments. Andrae had some of the best dunks of the season and really improved on his outside shooting. He is currently being recruited by several division 1 schools.

6'2 Austin Peebles Maroa Forsyth High School
aka the shooter, really came on strong after the Reebok Hoops Challenge in Chicago. Peebles who can get to the basket and also play the point guard spot, garnered allot of attention this summer from allot of Division 1 & 2 schools. Austin also had a great a Hoosier Showcase tournament while helping the Falcons reach the final four and at the Jerry Mullins High Profile tourney while helping a collab team with Gameface reach the final four their.

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
6'6 James Hicks Parkway South High School
James has come along way and still has allot of room to grow. Hicks who was hands down the most athletic Falcon player. Hicks is finally getting it together as he is capable of dunking on anybody and is also becoming a great rebounder and shot blocker. James still needs work on his footwork but he has caught the eye of several JUCO programs and hopefully the best is yet to come for James.


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Austin Peebles 2005 17u Co-MVP
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Reo Quarles
16U CO MVP Reo Quarles
16U Team
Robert Kreps
16U Co MVP Robert Kreps
16U Co-MVP
5'11 Robert Kreps Maroa-Forsyth High School probably had the best season of all Falcons. As Robert earned an ivitation to the Adidas camp in Georgia this past summer, due to his great performances at the Spiece Run & Slam, Hoosier Showcase and Bloomington Adidas May Classic tournaments. Robo (better known as) is a lights out shooter who can run the offense just as well. He has got allot of attention from several Division 1 programs due to his play. Good luck to Robo.

6'4 Reo Quarles Belleville East High School had a strong season, maybe not as great as Robo, but he had just about an equally good summer with the Falcons. Reo is an undersized post player that gets it done against anybody and any size. A very physically strong and athletic player Reo had great showings everytime out with his rugged style of play and great rebounding.

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
5'11 Geno Mcneil SLUH is only about 140lbs, with most of it probably made up of his heart. Mcneil a defensive dynamo, shut down allot of players and made games hard on opposing guards. Mcneil had a strong summer and really proved to be a great pick up for the Falcons.


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16U Most Improved Player Geno Mcneil

15U Team
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15U MVP Hulas King
15U TEAM MVP
6'2 Hulas King Mccluer North High School was clearly the most dominant player all summer for the 15U Falcons. Even in the mist of not a really domanating team, King thrived and put together some great games for the Falcons. An undersized post player Hulas used his quick feet and his strength to score and provide a dominant presence for the Falcons.

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
5'9 Derron Wooten Chaminade High School has probably the best work ethic of any and all 15U Falcons. Derron really came on strong and gave the Falcons great outside shooting. Wooten who needs to become a better point guard is already an extremely dangerous outside shooter. Wooten really earned his falcons uniform and showed that he can play with anybody.


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15u Most Improved player Derron Wooten

Click here for 16U & 17U Falcons Indy results as 17U team makes it to final 4
Click headline for complete stats from the Falcons great weekend in Indy at the Hoosier Showcase.

Falcons ...


Friday, June 24
MEET THE TWINZ
Andrae Williams
6'5 Andrae Williams
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Andrea and Andrew Williams have made a splash this summer with the Falcons 17U team and have garnered allot of attention from some big time division 1 schools. This identical pair of long 6'5 athletes have been making a mark on the spring and summer AAU circuit from tryouts.

We'll start with Andrea who most say might be the better of the two and is a projected SG or SF on the next level. Drea has had some big games this summer especially in two games against in state rival Gameface 29 and 27 points and also 20 against the Toledo Stars that included a game winner with 2 seconds left. Drea who has great one on one moves and can extend the defense with solid range on his shot is also one of the most athletic players in his class in Mo. He has had some of the most rememrable dunks this year.

Drew who is twin # 2 is a hard worker who never stops playing and is also very athletic and has a knock for getting his hands on the ball. Drew is a natural SF, with great rebounding and defensive skills. Drew has had is hands in allot of big games this summer for the Falcons and has garnered allot of attention himself. He does not by into the statement that his brother is better than him and he goes out every game and tries to prove it.

These two twins are going to really help some college and they are waiting on their test scores but they both maintain a 3.4 cumulative G.P.A.. Look for these two twins to continue to have breakout summers and a great year at Hazelwood East High School.


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6'5 Andrew Williams
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Wednesday, June 8
GET UP CLOSE WITH AUSTIN PEEBLES
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6'2 Austin Peebles is on allot of scouts radar
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6'2 Austin Peebles has been having an excellent spring & summer with the St. Louis Falcons Basketball Club. Peebles a dead eye shooter with great ball handling and court vision, has been the talk of allot of division 1 & 2 schools. Peebles who sports a 3.6 cumulative G.P.A. plays high school ball for Maroa-Forsyth High School, where he teams with 5'11 super soph Robert (ROBO) Kreps (a member of the 16U Falcons team). Peebles averaged over 14 points and 5 assists per game for his high school team and this summer in his last 15 games he is averaging over 19 points per contest with a host of assists. Peebles is a projected point guard on the next level with unlimited range and a great court savvy.
Going into the open period for recruiting we the Falcons wish Peebles the best of luck and continues success.


Thursday, June 2
Falcons 15U take title and 17U take advantage of free spot and take varsity title @ Capitol City Classic in Springfield
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Brandon Goss had a solid weekend in Springfield
The St. Louis Falcons 15U team went 5 and 1 in route to winning the Capitol City Classic in Springfield, Illinois. Good play behind Todd Sparks and Hulus King led them to a 45-41 victory over the Springfield Predators in the championship and a big win over Team Illinois in the semifinals.

The St. Louis Falcons 17U team got a call on Wed. that a team had dropped out and 7 falcons team members took that offer and ran with it enroute to a 4 and 0 weekend. Austin Peebles had a solid weekend averaging over 24 points a game for the weekend and the super Williams twins made it up to Springfield on Sunday and put on a show as the Falcons 17U cruised to the championship.
The Falcons 16U cruised into the semifinals behind the red hot shooting of Robert Kreps and Trevor White but got upset in the semifinals. More info will be posted soon.


Joe Anderson
Joe Anderson has been making solid progress

St. Louis Falcons team stats from 2005 Midwest Showdown tourney click here

Saturday, March 11
Falcons Kreps & Peebles lead Maroa-Forsyth to 3rd place state finish
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6'3 Austin Peebles
6'3 senior Austin Peebles and 6'0 junior Robert "Robo" Kreps help lead Maroa-Forsyth to a regional title and a third place finish at State in Peoria, IL. Kreps who scored 72 points over the three game period, including back to back 29 point efforts in a 55-70 victory over Carlyle and a 57-54 loss in the semi-finals to Chillothe IVC. Peebles who scored 19 against Carlyle and 12 in the loss versus IVC, rebounded and scored a career high 35 points in a 58-49 third place victory over Pickneyville. Peebles ended his senior year averaging over 21 points and 4 assists per game and is currently being recruited by several D1 & D2 schools, while Kreps an Illinois-Chicago commit finished averaging over 19 points and 4 assists per game. Peebles was chosen to play in the 5th annual Missouri versus Illinois Riverwar Allstar game held March 25th at UMSL. Congrats to both these young men and their families.

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6'0 junior Robert "Robo" Kreps


Midwest Showdown 15U Pools
Pool 1
15A ST. LOUIS FALCONS 2-1
15B ST. LOUIS MAJESTICS 3-0
15C ILLINOIS SPARTANS 1-2
15D ST. LOUIS VENOM 0-3

POOL 2
15E
15E ST. LOUIS GAMEFACE 1-2
15F ST. LOUIS EAGLES B 2-1
15G CAPE GIRARDEA REBELS 1-2
15H NORTHSIDE ST. LOUIS 3-0


2005 Midwest Showdown 15U playoff results and 15U MVP & All-tourney team Click Here
Semifinal
St. Louis Majestics 48 vs St. Louis Eagles 38
St. Louis Falcons 43 vs Northside St. Louis 49

Championship
St. Louis Majestics 51 vs Northside St. Louis 40

MVP
Marcus Johnson St. Louis Majestics

All Tournament Team
Marcus Johnson St. Louis Majestics
Andre Martin St. Louis Majestics
Brian Gray St. Louis Majestics
Todd Starks St.Louis Falcons
Hulus King St. Louis Falcons
Josh Mccoy St. Louis Eagles B
Mack Hatcher Northside St. Louis
Leroy Hayes Northside St. Louis
Cully Payne Illinois Spartans


16U Midwest Showdown Pools
Pool 1
16A ST. LOUIS FALCONS 2-0
16B ST. LOUIS MAJESTICS 1-1
16C ILLINOIS BOBCATS 0-2

Pool 2
16D ST. LOUIS PRIMETIME 1-1
16E MIDWEST STORM 2-0
16F SPRINGIELD, IL PREDATORS 0-2

Pool 3
16G ST. LOUIS GAMEFACE 1-1
16H MIDWEST HEAT 0-2
16I STAY IN THE GAME, WI 2-0

Pool 4
16J NORTHSIDE ST. LOUIS 2-0
16K KANSAS CITY BLUE DEVILS 1-1
16L WISCONSIN FORCE 0-2


2005 Midwest Showdown 16U playoff results and 16U MVP & All-tourney team Click Here
First Round
St. Louis Gameface 72 vs Springfield Illinois Ace Players
Kansas City Blue Devils 88 vs Illinois Bobcats 52
St. Louis Majestics Won vs Wisconsin Force Loss
St. Louis Primetime 58 vs Midwest Heat 53

Quarterfinal
St. Louis Falcons 43 vs St. Louis Gameface 49
Northside St. Louis 57 vs St. Louis Primetime 50
Stay in the Game, WI 56 vs St. Louis Majestics 58
Midwest Storm 62 vs Kansas City Blue Devile 37

Semifinal
St. Louis Gameface 44 vs Northside St. Louis 42
Midwest Storm 79 vs St. Louis Majestics 47

Championship
St. Louis Gameface 63 vs Midwest Storm 66

MVP
Robbie Rudy Midwest Storm

All Tournament Team
Robbie Rudy Midwest Storm
Joe Allaria Midwest Storm
Josh Edmonds Midwest Storm
Leon Powell St. Louis Gameface
Aubrey Doss St. Louis Gameface
Corneilius Walker St. Louis Gameface
Robert Kreps St. Louis Falcons
Trevor White St. Louis Falcons
Brett Brennan Kansas City Blue Devils
Willis Smith Northside St. Louis


17U Midwest Showdown Pools
POOL 1
17A ST. LOUIS FALCONS 3-0
17B ST. LOUIS MAJESTICS 1-2
17C B-CITY BALLERS, WI 2-1
17D SMOOTH INFERNO, IL 0-3

POOL 2
17E ST. LOUIS GAMEFACE 3-0
17F SOUTHERN ILLINOIS ADVANCE 0-3
17G STAY IN THE GAME, WI 2-1
17H TEAM ILLINOIS HAWKS 1-2

POOL 3
17I ST. LOUIS PRIMETIME 1-2
17J MIDWEST STORM 2-1
17K ILLINOIS BOBCATS 3-0
17L MIDWEST STUNNAS 0-3

POOL 4
17M TEAM JAGUARS 0-3
17N CHI-TOWN MIXERS 3-0
17O TBA 1-2
17P COLUMBIA ALLSTARS 2-1


2005 Midwest Showdown 17U playoff results and 17U MVP & All-tourney team Click Here
Quarterfinals
St. Louis Falcons 68 vs Columbia Allstars 44
Illinois Bobcats 58 vs Stay in the Game, WI 59
St. Louis Gameface 61 vs Midwest Storm 49
Chicago Mixers 73 vs B-city Ballers, WI 87

Semifinals
St. Louis Falcons 42 vs Stay in the Game, WI 31
St. Louis Gameface 72 vs B-city Ballers, WI 63

Championship
St. Louis Falcons 75 vs St. Louis Gameface 77

MVP
Adrian Clayborn St. Louis Gameface

All-Tournament Team
Adrian Clayborn St. Louis Gameface
Bobby Hill St. Louis Gameface
Austin Peebles St. Louis Falcons
Andrea Williams St. Louis Falcons
Deangelo Jackson Stay in the Game, WI
Angel Santiago Chicago Mixers
Anthony Green B-city Ballers, WI
Stephen Jones Midwest Storm
Cordero Yelder Illinois Bobcats
Jeremy Sharp St. Louis Primetime


Falcons 16u advance to elite 8 in Bloomington, IN @ Adidas May Classic click here
The Falcons 16u team made it to the elite 8 @ 2005 Adidas May Classic tourney going 4 and 1 and winning their pool., ...

Monday, May 2
Click here for 17u results in Reebok Challenge in Chicago
The 17U St. Louis Falcons had a strong weekend and came up on the short end of the stick in the 2005 Illinois Wolves ...

Friday, May 6
Congratulations to Falcon players click here!
Congratulations! to St. Louis Falcons players ( Robert Kreps & Trevor White) invited to participate in the Adidas ...

Tuesday, May 3
Congrats to Lorenzo Taylor on signing with Western Illinois.
Lorenzo Taylor of Alton
Taylor signs with Western Illinois University
Former Falcon and 2005 Alton High School graduate Lorenzo Taylor has decided that Western Illinois is where he will continue his education and basketball career. Taylor who had a big summer this past year with the Falcons 17U team carried that success over to his Alton HS team, leading them in rebounding and scoring on way to helping them achieve a school record 27 wins. Good luck to Zo and congrats to his mom and dad. Click headline or Zo's picture for complete link.

Sunday, April 17
17U Spiece Run & Slam in Fort Wayne, IN results (click here)
Click topic link as the 17U St. Louis Falcons team went 4-1 in the 64 team Spiece Run & Slam basketball tourney ...

Monday, May 2
16U Spiece Run & Slam in Fort Wayne, IN results(click here)
Click headline for results as the 16U St. Louis Falcons ventured off to the Spiece Run & Slam basketball tournament ...

Tuesday, April 19
15U Falcons place third in JD Albert Hooptime tourney
Hulas King
King averaged 18pts over the weekend
The 15U St. Louis Falcons placed third at the JD Albert Hooptime tournament.The Falcons 15U team played hard all weekend and put together two good back to back games.
11:10am Saturday vs St. Louis Finest LOSS 53-50 IN OT (KING 20pts)
6:45pm Saturday vs St. Louis Jays WON 64-42 (KING 25pts & WOOTEN 18pts
Sunday vs Northside Blue Jackets 15U WON 50-45 (SIROIS 14pts)


Derron W
Derron Wooten shot lights out over weekend

Congrats to former falcon Atiyyah Ellison on being drafted.
Atiyyah
Atiyyah Ellison 89th pick by Carolina Panthers
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Former St. Louis Falcons AAU basketball player and Parkway South HS player Atiyyah Ellison
lived out a life long dream, when his name was called in the third round with the 89th pick in this past weekends NFL draft by the Carolina Panthers. Ellison a 6'5 300 pound defensive tackle had a stellar college career at Missouri. Ellison played 2 summers with Falcons and is a good kid with a great family. Ellisons' brother Fasiri also played 2 years with the Falcons. Much success to Atiyyah as we prepare to watch him on the big stage.


Tuesday, April 12
2005 Adidas All American Shootout Results
Heath Houser
Heath Houser had a solid weekend
17U
Friday vs St. Louis Jaguars @ Mccluer North HS WON ON FORFEIT
Sat. vs Columbia Allstars @ Mccluer North HS LOSS 61-56 (Wright 13pts)
Sat vs Wichita Wolfpack WON 75-69 (Houser & Wright 18pts)
Sun vs St. Louis Gameface Loss 79-73(Andrea Williams 29pts)

16U
Friday vs Northside Blue Jackets @ Hazelwood East HS WON 48-33 (Kreps 14pts)
Saturday vs St. Louis Majestics @ Hazelwood East HS WON 68-40 (kreps 23pts)
Saturday vs St. Louis Eagles @ Hazelwood East HS LOSS 48-40 (Washington & Kreps 10pts)
Saturday vs St. Louis Scorpians WON ON FORFEIT
Saturday vs St. Louis Gameface LOSS 50-36 (Kreps & Quarles 11pts)

15U
Friday vs Wolfpack @ Mccluer North HS @ LOSS 51-40
Saturday vs St. Louis Eagles @ Hazelwood East HS LOSS 53-22 (Sirois 9pts)
Saturday vs St. Louis Primetime LOSS 58-48 (King 14pts)



Results from Adidas Challenge Round Robin Tourney @ Hancock
Below are the results from this past weekends Adidas Challenge Tournament held at Hancock HS with leading scorers.

St. Louis Falcons 15U
vs Primetime LOSS 69-46 (Donnell Stubs 17 points)
vs Gateway Basketball Club LOSS 61-35 (Taylor Sirois 11 points)
vs Northside Blue Jackets 15U WON 66-57 (Hulus King 13 points)

St. Louis Falcons 16U
vs St. Louis Eagles 15U WON 62-30 (Robert Kreps 14 points)
vs Northside Blue Jackets 17U WON 42-34 (Robert Kreps 14 points)
vs Gateway Basketball Club LOSS 56-39 (Mario Scott 11 points)

St. Louis Falcons 17U
vs Northside Blue Jackets 17U WON 54-40 ( Heath Houser 14 points)
vs Gateway Basketball Club LOSS 52-61 ( Aundrea Williams 13 points)



2005 15U Boys Roster
5'8 Derron Wooten Chaminade HS
5'8 Donnell Mckinney Gateway Tech HS
5'8 Demetrous Scott Parkway South HS
5'10 Eric Thompson Mccluer North HS
5'10 Todd Starks Chaminade HS
6'0 Mike Whittier Webster Groves HS
6'2 Cole Buescher Lindbergh HS
6'2 Hulus King Mccluer North HS
6'4 Devon Askew SLUH
6'5 Phil Atkins Parkway South HS
6'7 Eugene Greer Hazelwood East HS






2005 16U Boys Roster
Big Reo
Reo Quarles of Belleville East HS
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5'10 Brandon Goss Hazelwood East HS
5'11 Robert Kreps Maroa-Forsyth HS
5'11 Geno Mcneil SLUH
6'0 Demario Washington Belleville East HS
6'3 Michael Barnett Edwardsville HS
6'4 Darren Bell Cleveland, Naval Academy HS
6'4 Ryan Wilson Parkway West HS
6'4 Reginald Quarles Belleville East HS
6'5 Mario Scott Parway South HS
6'5 Ralph Evans Jr. Normandy HS
6'5 Trevor White Salem HS
6'6 Montauge Lowe Edwardsville HS
6'7 Joe Anderson SLUH


Trevor White
Trevor White of Salem HS

2005 17U Boys Roster
Jeremy Maclin
Jeremy Maclin of Kirkwood HS
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6'0 Jeremy Maclin Kirkwood HS
6'2 Hosea Jackson Mccluer North HS
6'2 Austin Peebles Maroa-Forsyth HS
6'3 Dennie Whitlow Warrensburg-Latham HS
6'4 Corey Wright Normandy HS
6'5 Aundrae Williams Hazelwood East HS
6'5 Andrew Williams Hazelwood East HS
6'5 Tim Wilkes Sparta HS
6'5 Heath Houser Meridian HS
6'6 Todd Lockwood Carlinville HS
6'7 James Hicks Parway South HS


Thursday, March 3
Darren Brooks wins consective MVC player of year award.
Brooks Darren
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Former St. Louis Falcons Basketball Club member Darren Brooks was named MVP of the Missouri Valley Conferance for the second consective year. Brooks a graduate of Jennings averaged 15 points and 4.5 assists and 2.7 steals a game in leading 24-6 Southern Illinois University to another conferance title and hopefully another bid in the NCAA tourney's. Click on top headline for complete story link.

Following the Falcons 2005 Seniors
17u at Midwest Showdown
Falcons 17u team
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Follow the Falcons seniors team as they lead their respective high schools. Below are the current stats for the past St. Louis Falcons 17u team members on their high school teams. The info is updated after game so keep track. Any questions or info on any players please feel free to call me at 314-255-7130 anytime.

6'5 Sr Dekari Schelby O'fallon HS signed Western Oklahoma State
Schelby
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6'4 Sr Marc Washington Mccluer North H.S. enrolled SIU @ Carbondale (football)
MARC WASHINGTON
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6'6 Sr Lorenzo Taylor Alton HS signed Western Illinois University
Lorenzo Taylor of Alton

6'0 Sr Brandon Bishop Wright City HS Signed Missouri Baptist University
BRANDON BISHOP
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6'6 Sr A.J. Brooks Belleville East HS signed SWIC
6'6 AJ Brooks
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6'9 Sr D'lancy Carter Westside HS in Houston, Tx Signed Vincennes J.C.
D'lancy Carter
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6'5 Sr Will Jones Belleville West HS signed Lewis & Clark College
Will Jones

6'7 Sr Kyle Calloway Cienega HS in Arizona signed Iowa University

6'6 Sr Ryan Jungk Bishop Duborg HS signed Florissant Valley Community College
6'6 Ryan Jungk

5'11 Sr Darin Roberts Jennings HS

6'2 Sr Marcus Addy Kirkwood HS
Addy
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6'7 James White
6'7 James White former Falcons player
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Friday, October 22
James White moves on & Curtis Muse ready for college life.
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Curtis Muse former Falcons player
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James White a Belleville East grad and a former St. Louis Falcons Player, will suit up for SEMO this upcoming season after completing 2 successful seasons at SWIC junior college in Belleville. White a 6'7 athlete that finishes well around the basket with either hand and has a nice face up game should contribute immediately for SEMO. White enjoyed 2 very successful summers with the Falcons and garnered alot of attention during his high school years at Belleville East and with the Falcons. We will keep you posted on James progress.

Curtis Muse (also known as 6'9) & Deallen Hicks both played for the Falcons for 2 summers and splitted the last summer with Gameface as well as the Falcons, are now at Mineral Area Junior College and are looking for big things. Muse who is a towering presance will try and keep getting better. Muse who transferred to Vashon after his sophmore year was very raw and still is to a degree but there is no doubting his potential as several big Division 1 schools offered Muse out of college but low test scores forced Muse to attend JUCO first.
6'3 Hicks, who also transferred to Vashon after his sophmore season is a very very explosive athlete who will finish any play over anyone. Hicks who plays hard at all times is starting to come into his own and should continue to develop for Mineral Area.
Click any picture for more info on these former Falcons players


Deallen Hicks
Deallen Hicks former Falcons player
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Tuesday, September 28
A couple of former Falcons look to have breakout seasons
Jared Newson of UTM
Click on Newson picture for link
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The upcoming 2004-05 NCAA Basketball season should be an interesting one as alot of former St. Louis Falcons AAU players look to shine on for their Division 1 teams. We all now what reigning MVC player of the year Darren Brooks did last year for the Southern Illinois Salukis, but a couple of other key former falcons look to have solid seasons.

6'5 Jared Newson of Belleville East and current member of the University of Tennessee Martin looks to improve on an already great first season, in which Newson averaged over 19 points and 7 rebounds a game on way to a all third conferance team selection.

6'5 Curtis Marshall should be a key contributor for the Texas Tech Red Raiders this upcoming season. Marshall originally from Mccluer North HS and spent two years at New Mexico Military Academy. Marshall had an up and down year last year for the Red Raiders coming of the bench, but this year Marshall should be a key player for Bobby Knight and the Raiders.

Good luck to all the former Falcons players now playing college basketball and we will continue to spotlight such players throughout the year.


Curtis Marshall of Texas Tech
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Wednesday, September 22
Congrats to Big Kyle!
6'7 Falcons player Kyle Calloway of Belleville East High School announces to play football for the University of Iowa. Calloway a two year member of the Falcons was a big time football recruite and choose Iowa over Mizzou and Illinois. Calloway was also a top basketball recruit and had offers from such schools as Western Illinois.
Kyle was one of the top post players to ever play for the Falcons and thrived on superior strength and footwork and a great touch. We the Falcons family are very glad for Kyle for all his hard work and success and wish him and his great family much success in the future, and also would like to say thank you for all of the hard work and dedication you have shown the entire St. Louis Falcons Basketball Club family and we will always keep up with you especially when you make it to the Sunday games in the NFL.
You can click on link above or Calloway picture for complete link.


Saturday, August 7
Falcons players fair well in a couple of camps
The Ballstars High School Showcase was held in conjunction with the Ballstars Illinois juco camp at SIU Edwardsville, as an opportunity to get some unheralded local players some exposure and some of the Falcons were present. The weekend before this camp the Falcons took several players to the Rick Ball top 40 camp in Indianapolis.
Click on the link above for a link to Mark Conyer (scout of Illinois Hoops Oasis) write up on some of the top players in attendance at the Ballstars camp.


Saturday, May 29
Shorthanded Falcons, fair not so well in Bloomington.
The St. Louis Falcons ventured off to Bloomington, Indiana for the Adidas May Classic and a very short handed Falcons 15u, 16u & 17u teams did not fair to well.

The Falcons 17u team went 1-3 for the weekend with 7 players for the first 2 games and 6 for the last 2.
The Falcons 16u team went 2-2 but was without some key players including starters Cory Wright and Jeremy Maclin.
The Falcons 15u team dressed only 8 players but finished the last 2 games with only 7 players and went 1-3 for the weekend.

Key performers for the weekend were:
17u
Lorenzo Taylor averaged 17 points all weekend
D'lancy Carter had two big games of 19pts 20rbs and 17pts and 13rbs
Will Smith averaged 14 points all weekend
16u
Gerald Fulton averaged 17 points all weekend
Marquis Jones averaged 15 points all weekend
15u
Abyu Abozen averaged 13 points all weekend


Wednesday, April 21
Falcons 17U team in the 11th Annual Speice Run & Slam
The St. Louis Falcons 17u team ventured to the exclusive Spiece Run & Slam tourney. The Falcons opened up strong on friday against the Southern Illinois Hawks in a 84-61 victory, behind 23 points from Dekari Schelby and 21 points A.J. Brooks. The next pool game was against the Michigan Panthers and the Falcons played one of their best games of the weekend in a 69-54 win with Marc Washington leading the way with 23 points and Kyle Calloway with 16 points. The victory came at a cost because Washington suffered a sprained ankle and was pretty much done for the rest of the weekend and point guard Darin Roberts left to go to his prom. In the last pool game the Falcons went up against the Full Package team Silver out of Chicago and lost by six 66-60 with strong games from Lorenzo Taylor and Dekari Schelby. So the Falcons loss the pool to the Full Package and played the Kentucky Hoopstars Blue in the first round playoff game and loss 68-60.

Monday, March 29
FALCONS OPEN UP STRONG THIS WEEKEND!
MARC WASHINGTON
Marc Washington had strong weekend for the 17U Falcons.
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The St. Louis Falcons 17U & 16U boy teams opened up their 2004 seasons this past weekend.
The 17u boys placed first in the South County AAU preliminaries at Mccluer South Berkely on March 27. The Falcons got wins over the Mo Predators 61-59 and the St. Louis Hits 84-80. The Falcons who came out sluggish against the Predators were down 3 at the half but came out energetic in the second half, but a game Predators team would not go away and the Falcons needed two clutch free throws from Rob Martin from Mccluer HS to win the game. 6'7 Kyle Calloway of Belleville East HS led the Falcons with 17pts and 6'4 Marc Washington from Mccluer North scored 13pts. The Falcons then played later that night to beat a game Hits team in overtime behind 24 points from Calloway.

The 16u boys won the King of Hill tourney at Forest Park with three victories on Sat. The Falcons won their first 2 games easily but struggled in the championship but came out victories to capture the title. Some of the outstanding players for the Falcons were 6'2 Marquis Jones and 6'3 Jonathan Mosley of Cardinal Ritter, 6'3 Nick Bell of Riverview HS, 6'0 Michael Elliott of Southwestern HS and 6'0 Gerald Fulton of Hazelwood East HS.


Monday, March 29
2004 17 BOYS ROSTER
5'10 DARIN ROBERTS JENNINGS HS
6'0 BRANDON BISHOP WRIGHT CITY HS
6'2 MARCUS ADDY KIRKWOOD HS
6'1 JOHNNIE COLLINS HOWELL CENTRAL HS
6'3 DAVID MARSHALL BELLEVILLE EAST HS
6'4 MARC WASHINGTON MCCLUER NORTH HS
6'5 DEKARI SCHELBY O'FALLON HS
6'5 WILL JONES BELLEVILLE WEST HS
6'5 RYAN JUNGK DUBORG HS
6'6 LORENZO TAYLOR ALTON HS
6'6 A.J. BROOKS BELLEVILLE EAST HS
6'7 KYLE CALLOWAY BELLEVILLE EAST HS
6'8 D'LANCY CARTER BELLEVILLE WEST HS
HEAD COACH: TERRELL S. RAMEY
ASST COACH: MILTON STITH


BRANDON BISHOP
Brandon Bishop of Wright City
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2004 16U ROSTER
6'0 Gerald Fulton Hazelwood East HS
6'0 Michael Elliott Southwestern HS
6'0 Jeremy Maclin Kirkwood HS
6'2 David Kalu Kirkwood HS
6'2 Marquis Jones Cardinal Ritter HS
6'3 Jesse Fortner Jennings HS
6'3 Jonathan Mosley Cardinal Ritter HS
6'3 Nick Bell Riverview HS
6'5 Jeff Ehrhardt Westminster HS
6'4 Corey Wright Normandy HS
6'5 Keith Williams Mccluer North
HEAD COACH: MARCUS COLLINS
ASST COACH: DONNIE WILSON


2004 15U BOYS ROSTER
5'10 Abyu Abozen Ladue HS
6'0 Danny Wiele Westminster HS
6'0 Garen Lafser Westminster HS
6'0 Demario Washington Belleville East HS
6'2 Keon Griffin Hazelwood West HS
6'2 Kendall Dumas Edwardsville HS
6'3 Carl Givens Clayton HS
6'4 Travion Minor Belleville East HS
6'4 Lamark Brown Hazelwood West HS
6'5 Brandon O'bryant Clayton HS
6'5 Geoff Ogden Duborg HS
6'10 Terrence Williams Edwardsville HS
HEAD COACH: RASHAUN MITCHELL
ASST COACH: CHARLIE BEAN


BIG KYLE SHOWING HIS TRUE GAME!
KYLE CALLOWAY
6'7 Kyle Calloway is starting get alot of DI interest
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When 6'7 245lb Kyle Calloway walked into tryouts last season, the Falcons did not know the potential and game behind this big kid from Belleville East High School. In turn Kyle ended the season playing up on the 17U team and dishing out post moves after post moves on bigger or quicker opponents. Kyle has garnered alot of attention this past summer and has slowley become a household name with basketball gurus and college coaches. St. Louis American Sports Editor said recently "Kyle is a hidden gem of the 2005 senior class and has one of the best post games around".
Kyle has brought a solid summer into his junior year as the starting center on Belleville East HS team. Kyle is averaging a team high 13.2pts and 6rbs a game while shooting 60% from the field. Calloway who is also a very good football prospect should have the college scouts knocking at the door this year with his featherly shooting touch and an unstoppable jump hook shot.


Thursday, November 6
Former Falcons White signs with SEMO
James White
6'7 James White has signed with SEMO
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Former St. Louis Falcons AAU player James White signs with SEMO University. White a 2002 graduate of Belleville East H.S. and currently in his second year at Southwestern Illinois Community College looks to help keep coach Garners SEMO team afloat next year in the Ohio Valley conferance.
White who is a very gifted 6'7 post player with a nice shooting touch to about 17 feet with very quick bounce off the floor and extremely big hands teamed up with Jared Newson to form one of the most dangerous dunking tandems in High School and on the AAU circuit for the Falcons.


Saturday, November 1
Falcons on the next level!
DIAMOND GLADNEY
DIamond Gladney will play for the Ohio Bobcats
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As the 2003-04 college & high school basketball seasons get ready to get underway. A few former Falcons players who took the Junior College route looks to have great seasons in new college places.

6'5 jumping jack Jared Newson will play at University of Tennessee-Martin alongside another former Falcon player 6'9 Cleve Woodfork. Newson who played his high school ball at Belleville East H.S. played 1 year at Forest Park Community College.

6'1 Diamond Gladney of Cleveland NJROTC was one of the most entertaining point guards in the area during his high school years. Gladney went on to play Junior College ball at Ranger Junior College in Texas for two successful years before signing with the Ohio Bobcats.

6'6 Curtis Marshall who is one of the most successful Falcons players ever played his high school ball at Mccluer North, before heading down to New Mexico Military Institution we he had 2 all-american years. Marshall will be a junior this year at Texas Tech and head coach Bob Knight said he is expecting big things from Marshall immediately.


Saturday, November 1
Not in high school anymore for these former Falcon players
Former Falcons guard Quinton Nickerson of Mccluer North H.S. is set to begin on a hopefully successful college career. The 5'11 three point bombers first stop will be at Meramec Community College.

Madison High school Guard tandem 6'3 Travonti Walker and 5'10 Rico Newsome will begin their post high school careers this year at Kaskaskia Junior College for Walker and Webster University for Newsome. Both guards enjoyed great success with the Falcons and hope have bright college careers.


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Travonti Walker has moved onto Kaskaskia Junior College
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Saturday, November 1
Former Falcon player David Bailey is playing in USBL .
David Bailey
6'8 David Bailey a 2001 graduate of Ladue H.S.
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Former Falcon David Bailey a 2001 graduate of Ladue High is now playing in the USBL. 6'8 Bailey who played 3 summers for the Falcons AAU team during 99-01,played a half of a season at Lewis & Clark Community College and then transferred to Prince George Junior College in Maryland.
Bailey who was picked up by the Pennsylvania Valley Dawgs USBL franchise team and is hoping to improve on his game and maybe live out his dreams of playing in the NBA. Click on headline or picture for the link to the Pennsylvania Valley Dawgs team.


Thursday, May 8
FRANKLIN & POLK SIGN COLLEGE LETTERS. click here
Polk & Franklin sign
Polk & Franklin with parents & Coach Irons
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Even though both members are recently new to the team but guard Dwayne Polk & forward William Franklin (both also play for St. Louis Gameface) signed college letters last week. Polk a 3 year starter who is still recovering from a knee injury signed w/Saint Louis University to play basketball & Franklin a tremendous athlete sign a letter of intent to play football w/University of Missouri.

Former Falcons stud Gladney sign with Ohio University.
DIAMOND GLADNEY
Diamond Gladney former Falcons star sign w/Ohio University
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Former ROTC H.S. & St. Louis Falcons star Diamond Gladney signs with division I Ohio University. Gladney who was a star @ ROTC went on to play at Ranger Junior College where he was a two year star. Click on link above for complete story.

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