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Derrick Frost

Derrick Frost

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

September 26, 2016


Filed under Sports

“When I played in Green Bay the first year, it was the first year that Aaron Rodgers played quarterback, [and] everyone kept mistaking me for Aaron Rodgers,” Derrick Frost, Clayton High School alumni and football standout, said. “I look exactly like him.” Frost began his football career on the...

Concussions and the imPACT Test

Concussions and the imPACT Test

Damien Stahl, Reporter

September 22, 2016


Filed under Sports

“We’re just trying to be as proactive as possible to protect our student athletes,” Bob Bone, the athletic director at Clayton High School, said. Over the last few years, Clayton High School has offered students the option to participate in the imPACT testing program, which helps in the proce...

Active for an A

Active for an A

Ruby Gallegos and Cicely Krutzsch

September 22, 2016


Filed under Sports

Media and stereotypes generally portray student athletes as “dumb jocks”, but student-athletes are smarter than you may think. Countless studies show that being active during the day can increase brain activity and benefit learning. So maybe we should think twice about groaning when we have P.E. or a...

Fielding New Leadership

Fielding New Leadership

Barrett Bentzinger and Erin Bingaman

September 11, 2016


Filed under Sports

“Our coaches are passionate, energetic, strong, and motivating. They are incredible coaches, friends and role models to the team. Both coaches never fail to empower us on and off the field,” Jenny Braverman, CHS senior and four year member of the field hockey team, said. With the absence of both...

Life is But a Dream: Will Lerwick

Life is But a Dream: Will Lerwick

Nicholas Lee, Managing Editor; Webmaster

August 29, 2016


Filed under Sports

When CHS senior Will Lerwick first started rowing, he never imagined it would become a passion of his. Lerwick had played lacrosse in middle school and saw rowing as a great way to stay in shape throughout the fall and winter months leading up to lacrosse season. However, after rowing for two seasons...

Life is But a Dream: Lily Brown

Life is But a Dream: Lily Brown

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

August 29, 2016


Filed under Sports

“As soon as I was finished racing I hopped off the water and drove five hours to get to prom,” CHS senior Lily Brown said. Brown arrived two hours late to prom after driving all the way from Cincinnati, Ohio for a regatta. “Commitment is a huge part of the sport so to decide to be late to prom...

Fall Sports Preview

Fall Sports Preview

Charlie Brennan, Senior Managing Editor

August 19, 2016


Filed under Sports

Boys' Football Players to Watch: Will Keller Zach Louis Zach Oyster Drew Phelan 2015-2016 Record: 6-4 Goals: To practice and play at a fast tempo. To be the high energy team that never stops the grind. Boys' Soccer Players to watch: Andrew Boeger Max Boeger Austin Kliefoth ...

Logan and Les Head West

Logan and Les Head West

Kevin Rosenthal, Chief Managing Editor

February 26, 2016


Filed under Sports

Through the years of Clayton High School’s existence, trickles of students have funneled out of CHS in the middle of school years for a myriad of possible reasons: some have moved to a new home in another county, plenty others have sought alternative forms of schooling as opposed to the classic daily...

Into The Fold

Into The Fold

Michael Bernard and Jacob LaGesse

February 2, 2016


Filed under Sports

For the months he has been living in Clayton, Rams quarterback Nick Foles has enjoyed many aspects of the St. Louis life. He is often seen around Clayton, even on the Shaw Park tennis courts. Foles moved to Clayton after being traded to the Rams. Right away, Foles realized key differences between...

The Wil to Win

The Wil to Win

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2015


Filed under Sports

“When Jackie Robinson played against the Cardinals, Stan Musial went up to him and said that he was honored to play with him,” Wil Welch said. “He is a great person to look up to as an athlete and a person.” Freshman Wil Welch is not your ordinary swimmer. For starters, he looks up to forme...

Leah-ding Her Team

Leah-ding Her Team

Katie Spear, Photojournalism

December 4, 2015


Filed under Sports

Senior Leah Peipert has watched the girl’s golf team grow since her freshman year when there were only six players on the team. The number of girl’s golfers has more than doubled since then, allowing a JV team to be created in addition to the varsity team. With a sudden influx of new golfers,...

As the Crowe Flies

As the Crowe Flies

Harry Rubin, Copy Editor

December 3, 2015


Filed under Features, Latest, Sports

James “Jim” Crowe, Clayton’s new cross country and track coach, has already made a huge impact on his runners after just one year. Crowe has been much more than a cross country coach to Clayton’s runners. He’s been a companion, a life coach, and in some cases, just a plain nuisance. Here’s...

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