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Plan B(arnes)

Plan B(arnes)

Daniel Cohen, Sports Section Editor/Business Manager

September 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

“When I was [playing] at Miami of Ohio, there was this speaker who played in the NFL and he just gave me a fact. He used to always tell me and it stuck in my head that ‘only two percent of all college football players make it to the NFL, so you better have a backup plan,’” Linwood Barnes, the...

New Blood

New Blood

Sara Stemmler and Josephine Cross

September 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

“I feel kind of bad . . . their matches aren’t going to count towards varsity scoring,” girls’ varsity tennis coach Susie Luten said. Luten is referring to players in varsity positions seven through twelve who, as a result of the large number of incoming players this year, will not contribute...

First Win of the Season: Clayton vs. Jennings

First Win of the Season: Clayton vs. Jennings

Catherine Walsh and Mariclare Gatter

September 1, 2017


Filed under Latest, Sports

The CHS football team won an exciting game tonight against Jennings High School. The game began with a 6-0 lead by the Greyhounds early in the first quarter, a touchdown made by Al Slater.  On defense, the Greyhounds maintained a strong wall of players to hold off the efforts of the Jennings Warrior...

Fall Sports Preview

Fall Sports Preview

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

August 19, 2017


Filed under Fall, Latest, Sports

Boys' Football Players to Watch: Jeremiah Austin Al Slater Dominick Waller 2016-2017 Record: 2-7 Goals: To win our conference.   Girls' Golf Players to Watch: Misheel Sodgerel Sophie Thompson Ella Zimmerman 2016-2017 Record: 5-5 Goals: To lower our average varsity team score ...

A Driving Force

A Driving Force

Daniel Cho, Sports Section Editor

August 18, 2017


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Nervous on the first tee, senior Misheel Sodgerel breathes deeply and slowly -- a technique she learned to calm her nerves and slow her heart rate. All the way in Connecticut, she imagines as if she is hitting a normal shot on the range. She winds up and hits a long drive down the middle of the fairway...

A Season to Remember

A Season to Remember

Jacob LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief

May 24, 2017


Filed under Latest, Sports, Spring

“Winning the district championship, our record would have said that that wasn’t even a possibility,” CHS head baseball coach Craig Sucher said. “But we knew ourselves and we didn’t let our record define us, despite the fact that we could have.” On Tuesday, May 23, the CHS Varsity Baseball...

CHS Boys Varsity Tennis Team Wins Sectionals Tournament

CHS Boys Varsity Tennis Team Wins Sectionals Tournament

Jacob LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2017


Filed under Sports, Spring

A decisive victory. That’s really the only way to describe the Clayton High School Varsity Tennis team’s performance on the evening of May 18 in the 2017 Sectionals competition. It had been seven years since the team had last made it to state, in 2010. Ever since then, the team had been pursuing...

CHS Varsity Baseball Upsets Defending State-Champ MICDS in District Championship

CHS Varsity Baseball Upsets Defending State-Champ MICDS in District Championship

Noah Brown and Mitali Sharma

May 17, 2017


Filed under Sports, Spring

13-3. This was the score when the CHS baseball team faced off against the MICDS Rams, last year’s state champions, on April 15. The game ended via the ten-run mercy rule. But, this time, on May 17, the Greyhounds looked to avenge their past and achieve a different outcome: not a ten-run los...

A Swinging Victory

A Swinging Victory

Lauren Praiss, Chief Digital Editor

May 16, 2017


Filed under Sports

“Going into the game, I felt like we had a really good chance of winning.” Senior and player Liam Heusel was right.  The CHS Varsity Baseball team had a 3-1 victory against John Burroughs this afternoon in the Districts second round game, and will be playing MICDs tomorrow afternoon. This afte...

A Bittersweet Season

A Bittersweet Season

Lauren Praiss, Chief Digital Editor

May 16, 2017


Filed under Sports

Despite the 2-0 loss against rivalry Ladue High School in the District game, the CHS Girls’ Varsity Soccer team had a strong and bittersweet finish to their long and exciting season.   At the beginning of the close game, Anna Dinsmore and Katie Sharp had strong defense with help from Emma Marquis-Ke...

Ricky Kuehn Athlete Profile

Ricky Kuehn Athlete Profile

Theo Fehr, Page Editor

May 15, 2017


Filed under Sports

It was the fourth quarter of the Varsity Water Polo team’s annual game against Ladue. Clayton was down by five points. With only two minutes remaining, CHS water polo coach Judd Brooks had put in the third string knowing that there was no possibility of a win. However, Ricky Kuehn—the only starter ...

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