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Next Level Athletes

Next Level Athletes

Noah Brown and Neel Vallurupalli

May 14, 2017


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Sam Frank Sport: Basketball College: University of Rochester I am just excited to keep playing basketball. I love this game and I am not ready to stop playing it. I just don’t want to let go. Going to a great school and also being able to play basketball is a dream of mine.   ...

Senior Athlete Profiles

Senior Athlete Profiles

May 13, 2017


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The Globe talks to the coaches of several senior athletes who have demonstrated positive leadership skills throughout their athletic experiences at CHS. Ben Litteken Boys' Basketball - Coach Ty Cochran Ben is an incredibly hard worker. From my first day as the Head Coach this summer, I saw Ben wor...

Captain Copilevitz

Captain Copilevitz

Maddy Bale, Senior Managing Editor

May 11, 2017


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It seemed as though everyone around her was telling her that she would fail.   When sophomore Eliza Copilevitz entered eighth grade, she made the decision to try out for her first club soccer team. Since most players begin playing competitive club soccer well before the end of the elementary school, ...

Equestrian Ellayna

Equestrian Ellayna

Sophia Barnes and Lise Derksen

May 3, 2017


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Since Ellayna French was 4-years-old, she has been riding horses. Like a kid has a dog as their first childhood friend, French had her first horse, Cupid when she was 8-years-old.  “Everyone in my family has always been involved with horses. When I was younger, I used to always watch my cousin ride...

Talented Trystan

Talented Trystan

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

April 10, 2017


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“The first time I ever picked up a stick was when I was at Gay Field playing soccer and there were a few guys playing lacrosse. I asked them what it was and they let me join them,” CHS sophomore and varsity lacrosse starter Trystan Goette said. “They taught me the basics of passing and catching....

David Drives

David Drives

Lise Derksen and Sophia Barnes

April 8, 2017


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The first time his little fingers gripped the handle of his plastic golf club when he was a toddler, CHS sophomore David Cramer fell in love with the sport. When he was in middle school, he started taking golf more seriously and it has become a dedication for him ever since. “When I started playing,...

Lady Hounds Clench First Districts Championship in 29 Years

Lady Hounds Clench First Districts Championship in 29 Years

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief

March 2, 2017


Filed under Sports, Winter

With a 20-5 regular season record, it’s hard to point out weaknesses of Clayton Varsity Girls’ Basketball team. Considering the lackluster crowd size at many of their games - mainly filled with parents and some students - it’s arguable that the varsity squad could improve their fan base. ...

Spring Sports Preview

Spring Sports Preview

Charlie Brennan, Senior Managing Editor

March 2, 2017


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Girls’ Soccer Players to watch: Emma Marquis-Kelly Grace Monshausen Katherine Owings 2015-2016 Record: 5-14 Goals: To bond and work together on and off the field, to become better athletes and to build endurance.   Boys’ Golf Players to watch: Daniel Cho David Cramer Tyler ...

David Chung- Fencing Q&A

David Chung- Fencing Q&A

Neel Vallurupalli, Copy Editor

March 2, 2017


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When/Why did you first start fencing? My dad fenced in high school and at a Div 1 college so he introduced the sport to me in 7th grade. I liked how challenging the sport was, both mentally and physically. I jumped into fencing competitively at the beginning of eighth grade. What is your favorite...

Graceful Goals

Graceful Goals

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief

March 1, 2017


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Grace Monshausen is the type of person who knows exactly what she wants. And what she wants, she will pursue. Since the age of five, Monshausen has been sprinting down fields as fast as she can with a ball at her feet, striving to succeed in her sport. As Monshausen remembers, her days as a forceful...

Frankly The Best

Frankly The Best

Daniel Cohen, Sports Section Editor/Business Manager

January 25, 2017


Filed under Sports, Winter

“Sam Frank would play basketball all day and night while skipping meals if he could,” said Ty Cochran, head coach of the Clayton High School boy’s varsity basketball team. Ever since Frank, a senior at CHS, can remember having a basketball hoop in his driveway, he has played the sport. While...

Parad-ice at Busch

Parad-ice at Busch

Sophia Barnes and Kevin Rosenthal

January 24, 2017


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The Winter Classic is not supposed to be comparable to any other event in sports history. Build a regulation-sized professional ice hockey rink within a regulation-sized professional baseball field and the setup exists for one of the most bizarre, compelling and romantic sports settings possible. Then...

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