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The St. Louis Trotters presents IBA/NPBA Classic the weekend of December 9th and 10th at Mathews Dickey boys and girls club. The classic will consist of 4 teams: Milwaukee Falcons, Memphis Blues, Hoopville Warriors from Illinois and the IBA CHAMPS St.Louis Trotters.

This will close out the season for the Trotters as they host this great event. There will be a gift card raffles, halftime performances and good basketball being played. Bring the family out and enjoy this weekend.


St. Louis Trotters open there season up this Saturday against there across the river rivals Hoopville Warriors. Every game these two teams played against each other was a close one. You don’t want to miss this one. There will be a special halftime performance by Code Red dance group. Come out and see the CHAMPS. Admission is $5 kids 10 and under is free. The game will be played at Mathews Dickey boys and girls club at 6pm.


The St.Louis Trotters will be holding tryouts September 2 and 3 at Cherokee Center 3200 S. Jefferson Ave. from 4pm to 6pm. Do you have what it takes to join the CHAMPS? Compete at a high level. Come out and show us.


The St.Louis Trotters brought home the Spring IBA Championship last weekend. In the semi-finals the Trotters took on the #1 seed and undefeated Kenosha Ballers(10-0). The Trotters came away with a close victory 89 to 86 on the Ballers home court as they hosted the playoffs. The Trotters was led by Lonnell Johnson with 24pts Nico Reed with 18pts and Cordell Hadnot 16.

In the finals the Trotters took on the Windy City Blazers. This was a hard fought game for the Trotters. The Trotters was down for most of the game. Down as much as 12 points with 4 minutes left in the game. The Trotters rallied back into the game. Down 3 with .49 sec left, Milan Pepper hit a 3 pointer in the corner to tie the game 107 to 107. The game went into overtime. In overtime the Trotters pulled away from the Blazers with a 16 to 9 run to finish the game with a 123 to 116 victory. The Trotters was led by Milan Pepper with 31pts Lonnell Johnson 29 and Mike Chandler 17.