– Advertisement – Her second chance at romance. Meghan King stumbled upon love again after her split from estranged husband Jim Edmonds — and found a perfect match in boyfriend Christian Schauf.The Real Housewives of Orange County alum was previously married to Edmonds for five years before Us Weekly broke the news in October 2019 that they had called it quits. The former couple share daughter Aspen, born in November 2016, and twin sons Hart and Hayes, born in June 2018.- Advertisement – As she continued to navigate her transition to single motherhood — and balance raising a family with exploring a new relationship — Schauf told the New York Post’s Page Six that he found his new flame’s strength “admirable” when it came to her divorce drama with Edmonds.“This is a 35-year-old woman with three kids under the age of 3 with an ex who is not that easy to deal with — and that is putting it in the nicest way possible — and then having every move you make played out at a scale she does, for her to continue to be positive and push ahead and have goals, and not let it overwhelm her,” he said in July 2020. “It’s really impressive to me.”- Advertisement – After facing a number of ups and downs in her dramatic split from the former St. Louis Cardinals player, King was ready to find The One — again. “I just want to hold somebody’s hand or get a hug and whether or not, in the age of coronavirus or not, as a single woman, I want to be partnered up. I want that relationship,” she said during an episode of her “Intimate Knowledge” podcast in April 2020. “It was never my idea to get divorced and yet here I am and I’m happier than ever now but I do want a partner.”One month later, King’s wish came true. Us confirmed in May 2020 that the former reality TV personality sparked a romance with Schauf, whom she later revealed she met on a dating app.“When I knew I had worked through my pain to the point where it wouldn’t define me or scar me but instead teach me, I knew I was ready to really date,” King wrote in a blog post about her budding romance in June 2020, describing her experience with virtual dating amid the COVID-19 crisis. “I shot for the stars and made a list of every last minute detail of the man I was looking for – my list was pages long – and daily I’d ask God to open my heart to the possibility of loving again.”- Advertisement – Scroll down to look back at King’s sweet relationship with Schauf.
St. Louis Lady Cardinals 7th Grade Volleyball team was defeated by the Batesville Middle School Lady Bulldogs. 25-15, 25-12.The top server spot was shared by Maggie Beiser, Kate Weber, Hope Kroen and Allie Savage by serving up 2 points each followed by Sylvia Eckstein and Isabelle Wonnell served one ace each to score 2 points for the team. Lilly Schebler and Catherine Streator scored one point respectively. The Cardinals played defense most of the game. Ingrid Tuveson had the only attack of the night.The St. Louis Lady Cardinal 8th Grade Volleyball Team topped the Batesville Middle School Lady Bulldogs in 3 exciting sets. 14-25, 25-23, 15-12.The Cardinals started strong but fell back in the middle of the first set to allow the Bulldogs to take charge. In the beginning of the second set, the Cardinals regrouped their focused in the match and stepped up their play. “The girls played as a team. They did not let their mistakes get them down. They worked through it and setup the game into their favor,” commented Coach Meer. Regina Gerstbauer served up 12 points which included 4 aces. Elizabeth Gigrich was close behind with 7 points and 1 ace. Audrey Beiser, Ellie Cornett and Faith Tekulve each had 3 points and Chelsea Robertson contributed for 2 points with 1 ace. The Lady Cardinals had their best offense match of the season. Gigrich and Gerstbauer commanded the net with 6 attacks each and 2 and 1 kills respectively. Robertson, Beiser and Ava Allen also had a kill each. Cornett and Lilly Wonnell led the defense with some great passing.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.The 7th Grade BMS Volleyball won against St. Louis last night: 25-12 and 25-15!Timbre Davies was our leading server with 13 serves and no misses. Jenna Honnert followed with 8 serves and 2 aces. Megan Meyer led the team in hit with 2 kills and 3 good hits. Following with kills was Cayman Werner and Jadyn Harrington with 2 kills. Ashlee Cornn, Samantha Kessens, Isabelle Westerfeld, and Timbre Davies each had one kill. The girls as a team played very well. Their record is 4-5.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Megan Werner.The BMS 8th Volleyball team had a disappointing loss to St. Louis 14-25, 25-23, 15-12.The team lost their momentum and made a few errors to end the game. Even in the loss the team played together. The front row was strong with 12 kills. Shelby Westerfeld, Katie Shane, and Brayleigh Patterson each had 3 kills. Carley Pride, Jade Kopp, and Gabby Elston each earned a kill. From the service line Shelby Westerfeld had 15 service points. Brayleigh Patterson had 8 points from the line. Katie Shane earn 6 points and Sydnee Schaefer had 5 points. There record is now 5-4.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Angie Ehrman.