Brentwood High School Senior Meredith McGrath was selected as one of sixteen public high school seniors in Missouri who were honored Tuesday at a luncheon in Jefferson City as recipients of the Missouri Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship Award.
Meredith Mc Grath
Monday, April 22, 2013
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
McGrath is a third-generation Brentwood HS student.
Brentwood High School senior, Meredith McGrath is the third generation of her family to graduate from BHS. Her grandparents still live in Brentwood, and she has a brother and a cousin who also go to BHS. Among all the McGraths, though, Meredith has definitely made her mark in Brentwood. “I’m always about being positive, and giving your all, and setting higher expectations for yourself,” she said. McGrath has played varsity basketball all four years and been a team captain the last three. Friday night the team beat Valley Park and won the conference title. Now their goal is to go as far as they can in Districts. She said this year’s team is the closest she’s ever been a part of. “I love every minute of playing with them,” she said. She …
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Meanwhile, the girls team will try to improve on their 2-5 record after a break in play for the holidays.
Brentwood High School's basketball programs have hit a rough patch recently. The Eagle boys team is in the middle of a three-game losing streak, after consecutive defeats to Ladue, SLUH and Trinity Catholic during the final days of December. Brentwood’s last win came in the third-place game at the Valley Park Tournament on Dec. 2. But things aren’t likely to stay that way for the Eagles, who have a series of highly winnable games coming up in January, including a new year’s opener on Thursday night at Principia. That will be followed by Brentwood’s South Central Athletic Association conference opener on Friday against Bayless. Both games will happen on the road and are scheduled to tip off at 6:30 p.m. Brentwood’s first home game of 2012 …
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Both the Eagles and Blue Devils hope to rebound from a couple losses on Monday night.
Still early in the 2011-12 season, the Maplewood Richmond Heights and Brentwood girls basketball teams are both playing in the Whitfield Tournament this week. The teams started with a pair of losses on Monday night against John Burroughs and Whitfield. Both teams will be in action on Wednesday with a pair of games scheduled to tip off at 7:30 p.m. MRH is set to take on St. Elizabeth’s Academy in Whitfield’s gym no. 1, while Brentwood will play Valley Park at the same time, in gym no. 2. MRH is 1-2 on the season with Antonia Lee leading the way with 9.7 points/game. Brentwood is 0-5 so far, with junior center Meredith McGrath leading the Eagles in points (7.5 per game) and rebounds (11.2 per game).