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How Many Strikes Does McLaughlin Get

How Many Strikes Does McLaughlin Get

Micah Lotsoff, Charlie Balestra, Sports Section Editor, Reporter February 3, 2023

Dan McLaughlin, former broadcaster for the St. Louis Cardinals, was hired as the play-by-play announcer in 2000. In his first few years as a broadcaster, McLaughlin became highly respected in the organization...

Ralliers group together at the base of Sam Pages street of residence.

A Rally to #LetThemPlay

Shane LaGesse and Owen Auston-Babcock September 14, 2020

Around 6:30 in the evening of Sunday, September 13, cars began to trickle down N Spoede road, searching for the residence of St. Louis County Executive Sam Page. After being turned away by police upon...

Sophomore Trystan Goette carries the ball toward goal

Talented Trystan

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief April 10, 2017

“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...

Andrew Wang stands with his first round draft pick, Blue Springs junior Victor Mugeche

Crossing the Finish Line

Harry Rubin and Nicholas Lee December 8, 2016

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...

Hutton Murdoch at a CHS swim meet. Photo by Katherine Sleckman.

Bubble Guppies: Hutton Murdoch

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2016

“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...

Frost with the Green Bay Packers. Photo from Derrick Frost.

Derrick Frost

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief September 26, 2016

“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...

Life is But a Dream: Lily Brown

Life is But a Dream: Lily Brown

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief August 29, 2016

“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,...

Peipert plays golf on the Mark Twain Circle.

Leah-ding Her Team

Katie Spear, Photojournalism December 4, 2015

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...

The CHS cross country team at Districts 2015. Crowe is pictured in the back row, far right. (Photo by Ava Hoffman)

As the Crowe Flies

Harry Rubin, Copy Editor December 3, 2015

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...

Double Duty

Michael Bernard and Jacob LaGesse November 25, 2015

Four dollars an hour. According to history teacher Kurtis Werner, that is how much money one teacher found he made if he broke his salary down and accounted every extra hour he worked, including grading...

Offseason Training

Daniel Cho, Sports Section Editor November 11, 2015

“We had to do conditioning which is where we would run 33s. 33s are where you run a down and back [ a basketball court] 3 times in 33 seconds. By the time the season started we had to do 10 of those...

Winter Pep Rally 2015

April 9, 2015

It almost felt like deja vu when the seniors once again ran into the Stuber gym cheering just as they had done for the fall pep rally in September of last year during spirit week. However, this time...

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