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The Hounds prepare to defend against Parkway Central during the annual CHS homecoming game, hosted at Gay Field. The game was cancelled due to rainy weather before it was completed.

School Spirit Goes Digital

The Globe examines Clayton High School's renewed efforts to increase school spirit through digital platforms.
Luka Bassnett, Reporter October 23, 2019

It is no secret that the Clayton High School community is focused primarily on academics. Clayton excels at Speech and Debate and Robotics competitions, earning high marks at state and national competitions....

Ingrid Stahl takes a penalty stroke at the seven yard line during the girls' field hockey game on Wednesday against Parkway South.

CHS Field Hockey Improves Record to 3-0

With their recent win against Parkway South, the Clayton field hockey team are off to a strong start for their season.
Abby Sucher and Ella Cuneo September 5, 2019

Tensions are high at Gay Field as the field hockey captain, junior Ingrid Stahl, steps up to the stroke line. With barely eight minutes left in the final half and apprehension high, the score was tied....

Hustling Hill

Hustling Hill

The Newest Addition to Clayton's Girls' Varsity Soccer Team
Ella Cuneo and Abby Sucher May 18, 2019

With nineteen minutes left in the Clayton High School girls’ varsity soccer game against Whitfield High School, freshman Lauren Hill has the ball. She dribbles down the field, the other team’s defender...

Kaia's Kicks

Kaia’s Kicks

Freshman Kaia Mills-Lee shares her passion for soccer
Ingrid Stahl and Sophie Thompson May 16, 2019

Freshman Kaia Mills-Lee, did not always have a passion for soccer. At first, she was a ballerina and a swimmer, until one day her parents forced her to try a soccer practice. Although she did not want...

The CHS Girls' varsity soccer team beat Ladue in the Class 3 District 4 semifinal game on Monday.

Girls’ Soccer Upsets Ladue in Districts Semifinal

Cece Cohen, Reporter May 13, 2019

The CHS Girls' varsity soccer team beat Ladue Monday night in the Class 3 District 4 semifinal match. The game was tight throughout the first half. Both Ladue and Clayton had some close chance to score....

The St. Louis Blues' Pat Maroon (7) celebrates his winning shot over Dallas Stars goaltender Ben Bishop (30) during the second overtime period in Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. The Blues advanced with a 2-1 win in double OT.

Overtime Thriller Propels Blues to Western Conference Final

Cece Cohen and Kaia Mills-Lee May 8, 2019

The St. Louis Blues beat the Dallas Stars in game seven of the second round of the National Hockey League playoffs on Tuesday night. After a successful attempt at preventing the Stars from winning game...

Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber announced Thursday, April 18, 2018, that the league will eventually expand to thirty teams.

St. Louis likely to get soccer team after MLS leadership met in L.A. earlier today

Michael Melinger, Chief Multimedia Editor April 18, 2019

Earlier this morning a group of executives from Major League Soccer held a meeting where on the agenda, among other items, was a proposal for the addition of new teams to the league. Not only did they...

Photo provided by Talavera family

Talented Talavera

Gaby Madriz, Reporter April 16, 2019

For freshman Daena Talavera, what began as a birthday gift from her dad became one of the most important additions to her daily life. At the age of 8, Talavera was introduced to fencing, and has been involved...

Transforming the Game

Transforming the Game

CHS senior girls’ varsity soccer player Nicky Taghert is the first Missouri transgender high school athlete
Daniel Cohen and Jimmy Malone April 11, 2019

“I felt that playing for the team that matched my gender identity was something that I wanted and something that I felt should be available to people who are being forced to play for teams that don’t...

Caroline Marsden runs across the field during a lacrosse game.

Athlete Profile: Caroline Marsden

Lacrosse was never on Marsden's mind when she was younger, and now she leads the team
Cece Cohen, Reporter April 1, 2019

“I was convinced I would make the Olympics as a runner in fifth grade,” senior, Caroline Marsden said. Marsden, the captain of the girls' varsity lacrosse team, has not always played lacrosse. Marsden...

The 2019 CHS Robohounds pose for a photo after their victory in St. Louis.

Robohounds Houston-Bound

The CHS Robotics team takes home regional title, engineering award at the 2019 FIRST St. Louis competition.
Jacob LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief March 17, 2019

The CHS Robohounds (team 4500) returned to Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis this weekend to win their first regional title since 2014. After six weeks of designing, building and programming, the team brought...

Max Murphy, class of 2017, carries the ball down the field during a lacrosse game.

Spring Sports Preview

Daniel Cohen and Jimmy Malone March 11, 2019

Already in the first few weeks of spring sports practice, the Globe takes a look at each sport's goals and what to expect for the season.   Rivalry Schedule Boys' Golf vs. Ladue April...

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