MRH seniors named All-State

Maplewood Richmond Heights seniors Satchel MacDonald and Chris Blocker have been named to the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association 2015 Class 3 all-state team, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. McDonald and Blocker were key in the season, leading the Blue Devils to a district championship, defeating Whitfield 48-46. McDonald averaged 17.4 points per game in 27 games. Blocker averaged 10.8 points per game, while averaging 13.4 rebounds and 7.22 blocked shots per game.

MRH wins district championship over Whitfield

Maplewood Richmond Heights senior Satchel McDonald hit both of his free throws with 3.4 seconds remaining in overtime to give Maplewood a 48-46 win over Whitfield in the district title game Friday at Principia. “That’s what seniors do,” coach Corey Frazier said after the game. “Seniors want the ball – you just get out of the way. They wanted this game and they went and got it. They could have easily folded.”

The first half the Blue Devils got into foul trouble, and some bench players kept it close, coach Corey Frazier said.

MRH girls hoops fights back, sends Crossroads a message

Maplewood Richmond Heights girls basketball met Crossroads Friday at MRH, and sent a message that the blue Devils are a new team, according to coach Erica Anderson. Crossroads snuck past MRH 40-37. The loss puts the Blue Devils at 2-7 on the season. More game photos at 40 South News Facebook. “We’ll see this team again, and they know now that we’re not the same team from last year,” Anderson said.

Juniors lead MRH boys hoops to win

Three juniors led Maplewood Richmond Heights in its 63-48 win over O’Fallon Christian on Friday. Chris Blocker had 18 points and 18 rebounds, Reggie Gyunn added 17 and Satchel McDonald hit 15, including going 9 for 10 from the free throw line, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Overall, the Blue Devils shot 19 of 24
from the free throw line, while out-rebounding O’Fallon Christian 39-19. See the complete box score at the St.

MRH boys basketball rolls over Carnahan

Maplewood Richmond Heights boys basketball raced to a 12-0 lead against Carnahan, then stumbled but managed to hold down Carnahan for a 60-42 win Thursday at Maplewood,
according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “We have to be better rebounding, we have to be better about turning the ball over and we sure have to be b

etter shooting free throws,” Frazier told the Post-Dispatch. “Free throws are free shots — you have to make them.”

See more game photos on 40 South News Facebook. Maplewood senior guard Drew Weaver had a game-high 23 points, 13 in the first half.