When Tom Schweich was an 8-year-old in the 1960s, his father came home from work one day with a present - a 1909 penny. Little did Schweich know that this coin would start a lifetime of collecting.
“I remember... Read More »
It’s hard to miss 6’5”, 205 pound CHS senior Ralph Bellamy both on and off the court. Off the court he is an obvious leader with a contagious smile and on the court he is one of the most athletic and explosive players... Read More »
James Abshier has found himself a coaching gig at Clayton. He took the helm as CHS’s new head wrestling coach earlier this school year. Abshier doesn’t lack experience. Not only is he a past wrestler, but Abshier also... Read More »
Fear decapitates us. I remember discussing that idea with a friend as a joke, but when I look back, I realize that the statement is very true. Fear does indeed decapitate us, and it does a good... Read More »
CHS sophomore Ben Schneider stared helplessly at his computer as he watched the clock in the corner of the screen count down his remaining time. Schneider was in the middle of the ASPIRE test, a practice... Read More »
Winter break is a time for family, a time to take vacations and a time for, nominally, a break from the stress of school life. For Junior David Brake, it is merely a prolonged homework assignment.
Brake... Read More »