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David Chung- Fencing Q&A

David Chung- Fencing Q&A

Neel Vallurupalli, Copy Editor

March 2, 2017


Filed under Sports

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...

HISTOR(UGB)Y

HISTOR(UGB)Y

Michael Bernard and Daniel Cohen

January 24, 2017


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“He passed [the ball] to me. I was getting closer and closer to the line. The other defender tackled my ankles,” CHS history teacher Josh Meyers said. “My head smacked the ground, and I was knocked unconscious.” As Meyers scored his first try, the equivalent of a touchdown in football in his...

Communication on the Court

Communication on the Court

Kevin Rosenthal, Chief Managing Editor

December 14, 2016


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Expectations for the 2016-17 Clayton varsity girls’ basketball season were high as opening tipoff approached for the Lady Greyhounds. More raw talent filled this varsity girls’ roster than any other within the Clayton girls’ basketball program since the turn of the millennium. But talented teams...

Boy’ Swimming: Conference Champs

Boy’ Swimming: Conference Champs

Theo Fehr, Page Editor

December 8, 2016


Filed under Sports

The swim team has done it. Following a 44 year drought, they finally swam away with the win. They were able to top Ladue, Parkway West, Parkway Central, Affton, U City and McClure South Berkeley, beating out second place by over 30 points. With impressive swimming and diving all around, Clayton finished...

Crossing the Finish Line

Crossing the Finish Line

Harry Rubin and Nicholas Lee

December 8, 2016


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There is only one fantasy sport in the world where competitors can meet and compete with their players in real life. Of that fantasy sport, there is only one confirmed league in existence in the entire world. Ten years ago, Clayton head cross country coach James Crowe had an idea. “There were...

Friedman’s Feint

Friedman’s Feint

Max Steinbaum, Managing Editor

December 3, 2016


Filed under Sports

“Max’s biggest strength is his determination,” CHS sophomore Adam Sieber said. “When there’s a goal, he’ll accomplish it.” Adam Sieber is Max Friedman’s co-captain on Clayton’s varsity wrestling team. The duo were unanimously elected co-captains by their teammates at the beginning...

Colleen Quickly

Colleen Quickly

Grace Morris, Page Editor

November 25, 2016


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“I was not the kid saying that when I grew up I wanted to be a professional athlete or an Olympic athlete. I think I was only vaguely aware of what the Olympics were when I was growing up,” Olympic track athlete and Nerinx Hall graduate Colleen Quigley said.Quigley, who finished in eighth place in...

Winter Sports Preview

Winter Sports Preview

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

November 10, 2016


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Girls' Swimming/Diving Players to watch: Christine Kuehn Ella Ridings Caroline Thomasson 2015-2016 Record: 9-5 Goals: To swim fast and have fun.  We have excellent leadership and the coaching staff is excited!   Boys’ Hockey Players to watch: Cooper Barnes Jack Hollocher Max Hunter 201...

Bubble Guppies: Hutton Murdoch

Bubble Guppies: Hutton Murdoch

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

November 10, 2016


Filed under Sports

“Hutton has been swimming year round since he was nine. That is not an easy task, going to practice everyday [and] swimming several thousand yards is tough,” Doug Murdoch, father of CHS swimmer Hutton Murdoch said. “Waking up early each day during the summer and swimming in an ice cold Clayton...

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