When eating a chicken wing, it is a known fact that your hands will get messy. At Satchmo’s, the wings are not as messy as typical wings but there is still plenty of flavor. These wings are crunchy on the outside and soft and meaty on the inside. Some restaurants make wings taste good by drowning them in sauce, but Satchmo’s makes them taste good by giving a good crunch and a lot of meat.

Gibby’s Food Reviews

In the 3 issues of the Corral thus far, I have reviewed a different restaurant each time. I wanted to pick some restaurants that students around school don’t usually talk about, but I wanted to pick places that had potential for students to talk about. I chose 2 restaurants that […]

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Girls look to bring field hockey team

Girls look to bring field hockey team

Out of all the Parkway schools, Central is the only one that doesn’t have a field hockey team and some students wish we did. Lacrosse coach Beth Karfs and her lacrosse team are looking to start a fall field hockey team. “We had some interest from current freshman who asked […]

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Girls basketball alters style of play to fit new roster

Girls basketball alters style of play to fit new roster

Entering the season with only two returning players, the girls varsity basketball team comes into the year shorter and less experienced. “I think anytime you have new personal, you are always looking to change the scheme that you are working with,” head coach Brian Guilfoyle said. “Plays and even drills […]

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Swag Society: Members buy, sell and trade shoes through community

Swag Society: Members buy, sell and trade shoes through community

Attempting to get their feet wet in new activities, certain students have discovered a shoe society through Facebook in which people in the St. Louis area can purchase, sell and trade sneakers. A few Facebook groups pertain to the St. Louis area specifically, and the largest one consists of a […]

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Sometimes freshmen are responsible for carrying much more equipment than the can handle, as illustrated here by freshman Cam Baird. Photo by Dean Trail

Acts of seniority hurt athletic programs

Between water duties, carrying equipment and general teasing, underclassmen are given unfair responsibilities on varsity teams. Unfortunately, doing this only hurts team chemistry and overall performance on the field. As an underclassmen you are already at a disadvantage; if it isn’t height-wise, it is by lack of experience. To be […]

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News

A group of protesters stand on their phones during the first walkout held on Sept. 10, outside of school by the flag pole. Students posted words of support on Twitter and Vines of the walkout on social media. Photo by Piper Rother.

Students utilize Twitter to voice opinion over Ferguson events

After the verdict deciding not to indict officer Darren Wilson, students aiming to voice their opinions took to social media to tell their followers how they felt. “Twitter helped me voice my opinion because I think it’s hard to speak out about the issue,” sophomore Mya Petty said. “When you’re […]

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Sports

Swim starts season with new faces

Swim starts season with new faces

Featuring a new group of athletes, the girls swim team hopes to maximize its success this season by training as hard as possible. While swimming is largely based on individual scores, it is still a team sport which requires collaboration and teamwork. Losing many strong seniors from last year, the […]

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Features

Swag Society: Members buy, sell and trade shoes through community

Swag Society: Members buy, sell and trade shoes through community

Attempting to get their feet wet in new activities, certain students have discovered a shoe society through Facebook in which people in the St. Louis area can purchase, sell and trade sneakers. A few Facebook groups pertain to the St. Louis area specifically, and the largest one consists of a […]

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PCH-TV

Sydney Winders participates in eight vocal ensembles

Sydney Winders participates in eight vocal ensembles

  If you didn’t go to the fall choir concert you would have seen multiple performances including all of the grade choirs, a cappella, and pizzazz.while you were watching you would have seen  multiple faces; one of them being Ms. Sydney Winders.   Sydney Winders: i think choir in general […]

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Recent Posts

Faces of PCH: Conner Black

Faces of PCH: Conner Black

Senior Conner Black has already decided that after high school he will be joining the Air Force. “I’m joining the military because my whole family has served,” Black said. “They were all in the Air Force also which is what I want to join.” For now, Black works a part […]

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Swim starts season with new faces

Swim starts season with new faces

Featuring a new group of athletes, the girls swim team hopes to maximize its success this season by training as hard as possible. While swimming is largely based on individual scores, it is still a team sport which requires collaboration and teamwork. Losing many strong seniors from last year, the […]

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Faces of PCH: Morgan Edwards

Faces of PCH: Morgan Edwards

Senior Morgan Edwards works as a lifeguard and a swim instructor at the YMCA, while participating on the swim team. “It is a great opportunity to pass on what I have learned from swimming to others,” Edwards said. Edwards began teaching swim lessons her junior year because it was a […]

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Faces of PCH: Kazu Gavin

Faces of PCH: Kazu Gavin

  A big part of freshman year, for some people, is beginning to pursue interests. For freshman Kazu Gavin, he seems to have already found those interests. “My family eats rice every day so I have gotten really good at using chopsticks,” Gavin said. “One time, in elementary school, my […]

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Faces of PCH: Michael Man

Faces of PCH: Michael Man

Playing in more than one athletic endeavor, freshman Michael Man enjoys his time participating in sports. “Currently I am on the JV basketball team,” Man said. “I also play baseball.” Man already has one of his favorite parts of his life decided upon. “Crossing over Jacob Brand is for sure […]

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Faces of PCH: Laura Stecher

Faces of PCH: Laura Stecher

As a part of an internship program, senior Laura Stecher spends her 7th and 8th blocks at Shenandoah Elementary School. “I observe occupational therapy,” Stecher said. “It’s a group of kids in the special education classroom.” Stecher wants to go into the healthcare field, but is unsure of which part of […]

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Faces of PCH: Joshua Harbert

Faces of PCH: Joshua Harbert

Family is important for Senior Joshua Harbert, especially his relationship with his grandfather who helped him progress academically. “He helped me go from a straight F student to a straight A student,” Harbert said. Harbert also credits his basketball ability to his grandfather, who taught him the ins and outs […]

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Students utilize Twitter to voice opinion over Ferguson events

A group of protesters stand on their phones during the first walkout held on Sept. 10, outside of school by the flag pole. Students posted words of support on Twitter and Vines of the walkout on social media. Photo by Piper Rother.

After the verdict deciding not to indict officer Darren Wilson, students aiming to voice their opinions took to social media to tell their followers how they felt. “Twitter helped me voice my opinion because I think it’s hard to speak out about the issue,” sophomore Mya Petty said. “When you’re […]

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Faces of PCH: Kayla Kozel

Faces of PCH: Kayla Kozel

Working at the restaurant “Yaya’s”, senior Kayla Kozel has encountered many unique experiences. “It was a Saturday night and it was really busy, there was at least an hour wait for a table and this lady came in with her family around 8:30 expecting a table when their reservation was […]

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Project Patriot collects thousands of items

Project Patriot collects thousands of items

More than 5,000 items were donated to the Veterans Affairs medical center at Jefferson Barracks through Project Patriot, a program run by sophomore Myra Dotzel. Dotzel has a deep connection connection to the military. “Just about every guy on my dad’s side (of the family) has been a veteran,” Dotzel […]

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