Vending machines serve up disappointment

Vending machines serve up disappointment

The district has now placed healthy options in the vending machines. Healthier options were put into the vending machines at the beginning of the school year in order to combat childhood obesity. To do this, the district has completely disposed of all the junk food in the vending machines and […]

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Splashing through the puddles on his way to earn first place at the conference meet, sophomore Charlie McIntyre helps the team earn 2nd place at the the meet which was held on Oct. 11 at Willmore Park.

McIntyre wins conference, team finishes second

Placing first at the conference meet, sophomore Charlie McIntyre helped lead the team to a second place finish on Saturday, Oct. 11. “It was a pretty important meet,” McIntyre said. “I was a little more nervous and I felt like I had to go a little faster.” McIntyre ran a […]

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Boys Soccer Squeaks by Webster Groves in Penalty Kicks

Boys Soccer Squeaks by Webster Groves in Penalty Kicks

The Varsity soccer team picked up an away victory at Webster Groves on Thursday in penalty kicks. Webster Groves was ranked #7 in the St. Louis area going into Thursday’s match up. Coming through with the win was a big confidence boost for the team, and an exciting moment for […]

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Senior Luca Vezin chips the ball down the field to try to set up an open teammate on Aug. 14 in the annual Red & White Night.

Boys soccer tops Afton in OT

Rain couldn’t hold Senior Luca Vezin and company back from playing hard against Affton Wednesday night. The poor weather delayed the game an hour but that didn’t work as an excuse for the team. Scoring two goals, one in the 70th minute and one in overtime, Vezin is acclimated to […]

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The protest was led by sophomore Maya Petty. Her and senior Sterling Waldman led the gathering of around 50 students. Photo by Piper Rother.

Students stage walk-out in light of Ferguson

Students walked-out the door as the clock struck noon on Wednesday, Sept. 10, in an attempt to bring awareness of the events in Ferguson and break silence from the school on the issue. “We needed to do something to bring attention that we are bothered by this,” sophomore Mya Petty, […]

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Playing against Parkway West on Oct. 1, junior Quinn Conlisk fights for the ball in the team's 2-0 victory. Photo by Shannon Flynn

Boys soccer eyes conference championship through roller coaster season

The boys soccer team opened the season with high hopes and that has lasted through the rigors of the season as they work towards a conference championship. “I expected us to be good because I could see the talent on the team from freshman all the way up to seniors,” […]

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Splashing through the puddles on his way to earn first place at the conference meet, sophomore Charlie McIntyre helps the team earn 2nd place at the the meet which was held on Oct. 11 at Willmore Park.

McIntyre wins conference, team finishes second

Placing first at the conference meet, sophomore Charlie McIntyre helped lead the team to a second place finish on Saturday, Oct. 11. “It was a pretty important meet,” McIntyre said. “I was a little more nervous and I felt like I had to go a little faster.” McIntyre ran a […]

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Community response re-introduces stereotypes

Community response re-introduces stereotypes

The events in Ferguson have not only sparked a protest and reactions from students but have reintroduced the issue of stereotyping in schools. “I would say racial issues are a stereotype of a certain way you would act,” senior Khahlil Stith said. “We would not understand certain material because we […]

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Boys soccer eyes conference championship through roller coaster season

Playing against Parkway West on Oct. 1, junior Quinn Conlisk fights for the ball in the team's 2-0 victory. Photo by Shannon Flynn

The boys soccer team opened the season with high hopes and that has lasted through the rigors of the season as they work towards a conference championship. “I expected us to be good because I could see the talent on the team from freshman all the way up to seniors,” […]

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10 reasons to do a high school sport

Freshman Zach Hresko passes through his teammates on the varsity soccer game on Sep. 23. Photo by Shannon Flynn.

1. Good way to meet people Sports are an easy way to meet people from around the school. As an underclassman, participating in a sport is a way to meet older students that can help navigate the way through high school, and give tips on what to do and what […]

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Faces of PCH: Graham Wells

Faces of PCH: Graham Wells

Long school days and homework can take up much of a typical students time, so freshman Graham Wells chose to both attend school and take some online classes. “I do my online classes so I don’t have to do all of the homework for public school,” Wells said. “If it […]

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Faces of PCH: Kyle Riley

Faces of PCH: Kyle Riley

Getting money is a necessity for Senior Kyle Riley, who worked hard for his earnings over the summer as an employee at Waterway. “I’ve been saving so I can get a car. I was thinking about a dodge challenger, I like the body style it’s real nice,” Riley said. Riley […]

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Faces of PCH: Brandon Nathanson

Faces of PCH: Brandon Nathanson

Junior Brandon Nathanson spends his free time working out at the JCC in order to get his body in shape. “I gotta look good to feel good,” Nathanson said. Brandon is passionate about exercising, and tries to work out as much as possible. His free time is limited, as he […]

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Faces of PCH: Francis Ntimba

Sophomore Francis Ntimba

Playing the violin and basketball for the past nine years, sophomore Francis Ntimba enjoys meeting new people in different extra-curricular activities. “Basketball has definitely been beneficial to me because I get to connect with my teammates,” Nitmba said. Although Ntimba has played the violin since first grade, Ntimba always enjoys […]

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Girls tennis team misses out on State

Sophomore Elena Wilner prepares to serve at a match on September 30, 2014.

Playing in the first round of sectionals, the girls tennis team lost to Marquette in a tight tie breaker on Saturday morning. “Its kind of upsetting,” sophomore Rebecca Davis said. “We were all kind of hoping we were going to make it to state and it just means we will […]

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Community response re-introduces stereotypes

Community response re-introduces stereotypes

The events in Ferguson have not only sparked a protest and reactions from students but have reintroduced the issue of stereotyping in schools. “I would say racial issues are a stereotype of a certain way you would act,” senior Khahlil Stith said. “We would not understand certain material because we […]

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Tick Tock: Morning routines vary with student priorities

Tick Tock: Morning routines vary with student priorities

As students get ready for the school day ahead of them, many have different ways to prepare themselves before school. Junior Andy McEwen wakes up at 3:45 some mornings, heading to check fishing lines that he sets on the Missouri River in St. Charles. “Three nights of the week, I […]

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King of Improvement: Cross country helps junior find his stride

King of Improvement: Cross country helps junior find his stride

Running cross country has brought junior Nick King great improvement as a runner and as a student. “It takes a lot of effort, but working hard gives a benefit that you can apply to anything else you do,” King said. “That level of effort and determination can really help you […]

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