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Mid-States Championships set for March 11 at Enterprise Center

Tickets available now; fans can also watch games live on the Blues' YouTube Channel

by Matt Lange / St. Louis Blues

WATCH LIVE ON YOUTUBE

ST. LOUIS --- On March 11, Enterprise Center will host four of St. Louis' best high school hockey teams for the Mid-States Championships.

The puck drops for the Wickenheiser Cup at 5:30 p.m. when Duchesne High School faces off against Oakville High School. Following that game, St. John Vianney and Christian Brothers College High School take the ice for the Challenge Cup at 8 p.m.

All fans are encouraged to attend the Mid-States Championship games. Tickets for the games are $9 each (plus fees) and can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com.

Fans unable to attend the event can watch live on the Blues' YouTube channel. Patrick Kelly, son of FOX Sports Midwest's John Kelly, will return for play-by-play while former Blues defenseman Jamie Rivers and FOX Sports Midwest analyst Andy Strickland will be alongside as color commentators.

Wickenheiser Cup - 5:30 p.m.

Duchesne (18-8-2) - Duchesne looks to hoist their first-ever Wickenheiser Cup on March 11. Duchesne outscored opponents 15-9 during their playoffs.

Oakville (11-15-2) - Oakville is seeking its first Wickenheiser Cup since 2010. Oakville cruised past Parkway West, outscoring them 6-4 before facing off against Westminster and advancing to the Wickenheiser Cup Finals. Oakville is led by defensemen Jack Anderson, who had 10 points (eight goals and two assists) during the regular season.

Challenge Cup - 8 p.m.

St. John Vianney (19-8-1) - Vianney started out by beating Priory 11-1 in a best of two games first-round playoff. Then, they beat Lafayette in overtime Saturday night to advance to the Challenge Cup finals. Vianney is led by senior Timothy Pazdernik, who has scored 11 goals and seven assists (18 points) this season.

Christian Brothers College (27-1) - After winning four consecutive championships, CBC missed the big game last season after losing to De Smet High School. CBC went 4-0 in the playoffs, outscoring Rockwood Summit 12-3 and Kirkwood 9-1. CBC's red-hot goalie, Ryan Yaeger, has a .944 save percentage and eight shutouts on the road to the finals.

For more information on the teams, tournament and championships, visit the Mid-States Club Hockey Association web site.

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