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The Student News Site of Clayton High School.

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The Student News Site of Clayton High School.

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Coach Sucher tells his team the same message that he’s used for years. He believes this is what has led to their constant success over the teams history. “Our mantra is always the same: we are never good enough,” Sucher said.

Swing Into the Season

Charlie Balestra, Page Editor March 27, 2024

After the baseball team's defeat in the quarter-finals to Festus, the eventual champions, the Clayton team geared up to return to the state quarterfinals, smash previous records and clinch their first-ever...

Hustling Hill

Hustling Hill

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...

Kaias Kicks

Kaia’s Kicks

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....

Transforming the Game

Transforming the Game

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

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...

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...

The Vidal Brothers

Q&A: Victorious Vidals

May 24, 2018

Q: What inspired you to start playing tennis? Andres: My dad is a tennis coach and from a very young age I loved playing tennis. Angelo: My dad was a collegiate and a pro level tennis coach. You’d...

Liam Simckes

Daniel Cho and Daniel Cohen May 14, 2018

At 8-years-old, Liam Simckes, junior at CHS, did not feel the rush of excitement as he chased after the opposing team’s flags. He dreaded the idea of having to go back to practice every week. As he raced...

Spring Sports Preview

Spring Sports Preview

Daniel Cho and Daniel Cohen April 3, 2018

Boys’ Golf Players to Watch: Daniel Cho David Cramer Michael Bernard 2016-2017 Record: 6-5 Goal: To be competitive at conference and advance past the district tournament as a team.   Water...

Photo by Michael Melinger.

A Season to Remember

Jacob LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2017

“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...

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