Eating his meal he made from home, Dean Trail (12) protests the restructured school food that eliminated Trail's favorite foods.

Faces of PCH: Dean Trail

Senior Dean Trail recently has began bringing his school lunches in protest of the restructured school lunches. “I don’t like that that they are regulating the school lunches because I am a picky eater and I don’t have a very healthy diet” Trail said. ”So the past few years I ate […]

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Video: Spanish teacher Mr. Kelty undertakes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Video: Spanish teacher Mr. Kelty undertakes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Boys Volleyball dominates State championship game against Affton

Boys Volleyball dominates State championship game against Affton

In a senior led effort the boys volleyball team defeated the Affton Cougars to win the Class 3 State Championship, behind the play of seniors Matthew Walter, Nathan Biggs and Matt Buffum, the team beat Affton in 2 sets. “This is probably the greatest feeling anyone can ever feel,” Buffum […]

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Sophomore Josh Konecek leaps on top of the dog pile immediately after the Colts won the championship. Photo by Jeffrey Eidelman.

Varsity baseball wins district championship

Following a complete game by senior Connor Kraus to advance to the district championship, fellow senior Matthew Bernstein pitched another complete game to help propel the Colts to a 5-3 championship win. Pitching all seven innings, Bernstein kept the De Smet Spartans to three runs. Although hitting three batters, Bernstein […]

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Varsity baseball stuns CBC; advances to district championship

Varsity baseball stuns CBC; advances to district championship

Senior Connor Kraus threw seven complete innings to help varsity baseball top the Cadets of CBC, as the Colts advanced to the district championship. The 5th-seeded Colts took on the #1 ranked team in their district when they squared off against CBC on Tuesday, winning 5-3. Along with the contribution […]

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Boys Volleyball dominates State championship game against Affton

Boys Volleyball dominates State championship game against Affton

In a senior led effort the boys volleyball team defeated the Affton Cougars to win the Class 3 State Championship, behind the play of seniors Matthew Walter, Nathan Biggs and Matt Buffum, the team beat Affton in 2 sets. “This is probably the greatest feeling anyone can ever feel,” Buffum […]

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Faces of PCH: Kate McNeal

Faces of PCH: Kate McNeal

Junior Kate McNeal spent her time lifeguarding at Westbury Manor Pool over the summer in order to make money.   “I enjoyed lifeguarding, although it can be really boring and stressful at times,” said Kate.   Kate explained that kids often think of themselves as better swimmers than they really […]

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Connolly performs at the Big Band Dance on March 29th. Photo courtesy of the Corral.

Connolly fills multiple roles

A member of the Jazz Band and the theater program, senior Jack Connolly works as a leader in Jazz band and the primary Sound Technician for the theater program. “I’m kind of a mini band leader, the student leader of Jazz Band,” Connolly said, “and I’m in charge of audio […]

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Parking lot problem

Parking lot problem

At the end of the day, the parking lot is a swarm of inexperienced drivers trying to push their way out from three large parking lots to one tiny exit. The parking lot is configured in such a way that it not only slows down the pace of the school, […]

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Faces of PCH: Jacob Brand

Sophomore Jacob Brand hoops at the JCC with his friends on the weekends.

Sophomore Jacob Brand works on his basketball skills at the JCC with his friends by playing pick up games. “I cross Michael Man (10) over playing pick up at the J. I crossed him so hard that he almost fell,” Brand said. Along with playing basketball he also enjoys grabbing […]

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Kirk Randolph

Kirk Randolph

In an attempt to qualify for state, senior Kirk Randolph began swimming year round for Parkway Swim Club from December to July prior to his junior year while also making time for an AP class. “I made a big jump my junior year and qualified for state,” Randolph said. On […]

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Faces of PCH: Kate McNeal

Faces of PCH: Kate McNeal

Junior Kate McNeal spent her time lifeguarding at Westbury Manor Pool over the summer in order to make money.   “I enjoyed lifeguarding, although it can be really boring and stressful at times,” said Kate.   Kate explained that kids often think of themselves as better swimmers than they really […]

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Faces of PCH: Jeff Eidelman

Junior Jeff Eidelman works on an upcoming story for newspaper during class. Photo by Ashley Wright

Although sophomore Jeffrey Eidelman is a fan of sports, his commitment to school journalism goes well beyond writing for The Corral. “I write teen articles for the Jewish Light, a newspaper distributed biweekly across St. Louis,” Eidelman said. “The stories I write are sent out monthly.” Eidelman dives into the […]

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Faces of PCH: Emily Schenberg

Faces of PCH: Emily Schenberg

Senior Emily Schenberg had an experience with a wild turkey taking place eight years ago in her driveway while it was walking down the sidewalk. “When I looked up, I locked eyes with the turkey. Then I screamed and the turkey screamed,” Schenberg said. Schenberg startled the turkey by screaming […]

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