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April 28th, Cardinals vs Reds at 1:15pm; ND Bulldogs vs Collinsville Kahoks

Attend the game like a VIP while enjoying the perks and hospitality of the most premium area Busch Stadium has to offer, the Cardinals Club! The Cardinals Club, aka "the Green Seats" is located directly behind homeplate and features access to an exclusive club which includes an upscale pregame buffet and full-service bar, as well as in-seat food and beverage service during the game.

Package includes:
*(4) Cardinal Club seats ($1,000 value)
*Parking Pass
*(4) on-field passes to watch Cardinal batting practice
*(2) on-field passes for the High School game to warm-up with the Bulldogs
*(2) tickets to sit in the dugout for the High School game with the Bulldogs

Bids will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, 3/31/2019.  Starting Bid is $2500. The minimum bid will be increased once per day to the current highest bid received. Active bidders will be notified when the minimum bid is increased. On Sunday, 3/31/2019, the minimum bid will be increased as new higher bids are received. Active bidders will be notified when they have been outbid. All bids are time stamped to ensure a fair bidding process.  Thank you and Good Luck!!!


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Jake Edwards, Class of 2016, spent a week in Honduras.  Jake contacted Brother David with his thanks and has asked for continued prayers. Thank you, Jake, for all you are doing. We are proud of you!

'The past week I spent in Honduras was truly eye-opening.  We were able to help over 1500 people at our clinics and provide other services for the southern half of the country.  I'm so grateful for the generation donation that you made in my name for this mission.  Lives and hearts were touched this past week, and I cannot thank you enough.  Please continue to pray for an end to the health disparities in Central America and also for those who work to relieve them.
You are in my prayers.
In Christ,


Jake Edwards Honduras 2019
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Sunday, April 28, 2019

Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds
NDHS Bulldogs vs Collinsville HS Kahoks
following the Cardinals

Join the Notre Dame Family to see the St. Louis Cardinals take on the Cincinnati Reds at Busch Stadium then stay and watch as our own Bulldogs take the field against Collinsville.

All tickets $30, Right Field Loge, Sections 231, 232, 233, and 234

Purchase Tickets

It’s a BIG giveaway day at Busch Stadium!

Kids Road Alternate Yadier Molina Jersey - All kids ages 15 and younger





Tote bag is designed around the new road alternate "St. Louis" jersey. First 30,000 fans, ages 16 and older. 

Prairie Farms Ice Cream Sundays - two hours prior to every home game, enjoy games, prizes and free Prairie Farms frozen treats (while supplies last) in the Ford Plaza. AND 
Prairie Farms Kids Run the Bases - Kids, 15 & under, get to run the bases postgame.
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As an athlete at Notre Dame, John Unterreiner split his time between soccer, basketball, and track.

In soccer, Unterreiner lettered his sophomore, junior, and senior years, respectively 2006, 2007, and 2008. He was a part of two state champion soccer teams in 2006 and 2007. In basketball, he was a part of the 2007-08 Basketball State Championship team.

“We had a very good couple of years across a lot of sports, so it was a lot of fun,” said Unterreiner.

Unterreiner currently holds the Notre Dame record for career assists in soccer. He was also named Academic All State in 2009.

After graduating in 2009, Unterreiner shifted his focus from his athletic career to studying criminal justice. He attended Southeast Missouri State University and received in Bachelors in Criminal Justice in 2013, and went on to receive his Masters in Criminal Justice Administration in 2015.

Unterreiner is now an instructor at Southeast in the criminal justice, social work, and sociology departments. He teaches many classes, including introduction to courts, law enforcement, and juvenile justice. He married Monica Henggeler ’09 and has two sons, Watson & Clark.

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Erika (Reinagel) Westrich was known to be a top-tier athlete during her time at Notre Dame. She participated in several sports -- basketball, track -- but most importantly: softball.

She ran track and field for two years, played basketball for 3 years, and started in centerfield in varsity softball all four years.

Several highlights are streaked across her high school career.

In the Fall of 2007, Westrich set the currently held record for highest batting average of 0.558. Until 2010, Westrich held the record for most hits in a season with 53 hits. As a freshman in 2005, her team set the record for most bases stolen bases as a team.

One of Westrich’s favorite memories took place in 2008 of her senior year.

“It was the semi-final game at state, and we played 14 innings. It was a relief to win,” said Westrich. “We ended up losing the championship game that year, but it was still memorable. I’ll never forget that one.”

In softball, she received all-district honors in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. She received all-region honors in 2005, 2007, and 2008. She a part of the all-state softball team in 2005, 2007, and 2008 as well as part of the team that received SEMO all-conference honors in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

Her athletic achievements continued past her high school graduation in 2009. Westrich went on to play softball for another four years at Central Methodist University (CMU) in Fayette, Missouri. She contributed to teams honored as Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) Champions and received the HAAC Gold Glove award in 2012 and 2013. She was honored as a Softball Scholar Athlete by NAIA Daktronics in 2012 and 2013. In 2017, her 2011-2012 team was inducted into the CMU Hairston Hall of Fame for outstanding accomplishments.

Westrich currently works as a family nurse practitioner at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She has been married to Austin Westrich for three years, and the couple is expecting their first child in May.

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Dylan Drury played both basketball and baseball during his time at Notre Dame.

He played basketball as a freshman and into the next season, but suffered an eye injury halfway through his sophomore year -- thus ending his basketball career.

Drury played baseball all four years, and lettered for each. He contributed to all-state teams his junior and senior years. They placed third in 2008 and won the state championship in 2009. He was an all-district champion his sophomore year in 2007.

One significant moment in his high school career stood out to Drury:

“We got beat pretty badly my junior year at the state playoffs. We set some state records on how badly we played,” said Drury. “But we came back the next year victorious.”

He went on to play baseball for one year at West Virginia University, and transferred to Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois, where he played baseball for another year. He worked for Drury Hotels for several years before starting school at Southeast Missouri State University. He is currently working on a degree in business administration.

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During his time at Notre Dame, Logan Davis spent most of his days on the running course and the track.

He was the coach’s son, but Davis had an individual passion for both track and cross-country. He ran on the varsity team all four years for both sports.

Some of his athletic achievements in cross country include making all-state for three years, being recognized once as an all-conference champion, and contributing to state-qualifying teams that placed all four years. In track, he was a multi-year conference champion in the 1,600 meter and the 3,200 meter.

After graduation, Davis ran on Division 1 cross-country and track teams at St. Louis University for four years. He received his Bachelors in International Studies and Spanish, and a Masters in Business Administration.

He now works in business development at Jost Chemical Company in St. Louis. He’s spent a lot of time traveling after graduation, having visited 11 countries in recent years. He says he’s on to his 12th country in a few weeks. He is newly married to Madeline (Alexander) Davis.

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At the start of his high school career, Bass didn’t exactly have his heart set on attending Notre Dame. 

“I can still remember the day before my first day at Notre Dame. My dad pulled me out of school during my first day at Jackson High School,” said Bass. “I yelled, screamed, stomped my feet and threw a fit, expounding: ‘I’m not going to Notre Dame!’ I was a freshman in high school, and by golly, I knew what was best for me.”

Spoiler alert: he not only attended, but found much success in his athletic career. Over the course of those four years, he won three state championships, set a school record for shutouts, and, in his words:

“Enjoyed more trash talk than I could have ever wished for! Shout-out to my dad for being right.”

Bass split his time in athletics between soccer and baseball. In soccer, he played on junior varsity his freshman year, and lettered the next 3 years. He started on third base in baseball, played on junior varsity his freshman and sophomore years, and lettered the next two years.

He received all-conference honors for baseball in his junior and senior years, as well as all-district honors for soccer his sophomore, junior and senior years. His junior and senior years, he contributed to the baseball team’s state appearances in 2008 and 2009. They claimed a state championship in 2009. During his sophomore, junior, and senior years, he contributed to the boys soccer team’s state appearances. The boys soccer team claimed a state title in the Fall of 2006 and 2007 and took third in 2008.

In 2009, Bass was honored by the MSHAA as Missouri’s “senior goalkeeper of the year.”

Notre Dame taught Bass life lessons he still carries with him today. Don’t worry, though, he still has the rings, too.

“I learned how to be a gracious winner. Admittedly, it took me until after we won state for the third time, when Mr. Kuper told me I couldn’t use it as an excuse to be tardy anymore,” said Bass.

He also used the feeling of failure and falling short to drive more success in the future.

“Even if you miss a PK (penalty kick) in the semi-final of state on your quest to win a 3-peat, and you let the whole team down, always remember you will have other opportunities to succeed.” said Bass. “And every stumbling block is something to learn from.”

Most importantly, he learned about sacrifices.

“I always thought I was the one working hard in trainings, in watching tape, and in games. It wasn’t until later I considered the sacrifices of others as an essential driver in my success,” said Bass.

Bass went on to play soccer for four years at Rockhurst University in Kansas City. He graduated in 2013 with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. He now works as a manager of the governance IT department at the Naples Community Hospital in Naples, Florida.

“I want to thank Brother David Migliorino, all of my teachers, teammates, and coaches, including Coach Wittenborn, Coach Vollink, Coach Worley, Coach Graviett and Coach Garner. I also want to give a very special ‘thank-you’ to my family, to those still here, and others with me in my heart for supporting and believing in me every step of the way,” said Bass.

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Bulldogs at Memphis

Notre Dame was well represented in Memphis this weekend as the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs took on the St. Louis Blue Knights. After a fire drill that sent everyone out in the cold, the boys posted a 52-40 win. No fire - just a malfunction with some equipment. The Lady Bulldogs took victory 66-15. The Cheer and Dance teams kept the crowd going. 

Those who stayed for the NBA game saw a great game with the Grizzlies pulling out the win over the Pelicans 99-90. 

A huge thank you to all who purchased tickets and supported this memorable event! 

Dance Team Performance


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Despite an injury during his sophomore year, Austin Greer is still able to mark many accomplishments from his athletic career at Notre Dame Regional High School. He played baseball his freshman, junior, and senior years and basketball all four years, earning three varsity letters for each sport.

Although Greer is an alumnus of nearly a decade, his time at Notre Dame High School as an athlete is still very special to him.

“I was given the opportunity to meet a lot of really great people, play for two Hall of Fame coaches in that of Coach Paul Hale and Coach Jeff Graviett, and reap the benefits of playing alongside some extraordinarily talented individuals, both on the court and ball field,” said Greer.

He received all-district honors for baseball his junior and senior years, as well as all-district honors for basketball his sophomore, junior and senior years. As a junior, he contributed to the state champion boys basketball team in 2008, and the following year, to the state champion baseball team.

But, Greer said it wasn’t winning two state titles that he remembers most.

“To this day, the memory that sticks with me is my sophomore year in basketball when we were playing Sikeston in Districts at the Fieldhouse, and we were the underdog. I was standing underneath the basket with 3 seconds left on the clock in the 4th quarter, and Abe Dirnberger made a buzzer beater from 30 feet to win Districts,” said Greer. “Every Notre Dame Bulldogs fan that was in the building that night rushed the court. To this day, that moment when Abe made that shot still gives me goosebumps.”

Greer went on to play baseball for two years at Rockhurst University in Kansas City. He then moved back to Southeast Missouri State University to pursue a degree in business, and graduated in 2014. In 2016, he received his masters of public affairs in administration with a specialization in city management from the University of Kansas in 2016. Greer is now the assistant city manager of Gladstone, Missouri -- a position he has served in for nearly three years.

“I’m extremely humbled and honored to be inducted into the Notre Dame High School Hall of Fame, and I wouldn’t have been able to achieve this milestone if it wasn’t for my coaches, teammates and my family, especially my parents Robert and Sandy Greer,” he said.

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