Statesmen men’s basketball won the 2022 Show-Me Showdown, the State championship tournament for Missouri. This is the team’s third State title in six years.
After a difficult 55-42 loss to the unbeatable communication, defensive power and drive of Whitfield, the WGHS women’s basketball team made a comeback, defeating Smithville 54-33 and securing third place in the 2022 Show-Me Showdown.
Varsity women’s basketball welcomed six freshmen to its roster this year – Chloe Forsee, Emery McReynolds, Ava Marsh, Addison Simpson, Jayla Hawkins and Ainsley Kniker.
Varsity women’s and men’s basketball will advance to Final Four in the Missouri Class Five State Championship on Friday, March 18, at Missouri State University.
Varsity basketball will compete in the State Quarterfinals on Saturday, March 12, at St. Louis Community College – Meramec.
St. Louis is home to numerous amazing brunch restaurants.
February was officially declared Black History Month in the United States in 1976 under President Gerald Ford. It is intended to honor and raise awareness about black history, according to historian Carter G Woodson.
Counselor Ken Winingham thinks exercise and being active is one of the most overlooked healthy coping mechanisms. Other healthy coping mechanisms include journaling, getting enough sleep, taking breaks and asking for help.
Women’s golf ended its season undefeated and first in its District. Five members went to State and placed second by one stroke.
Winter Wonderland will take place at Tilles Park from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. through Jan. 1.
Viewers can walk through the park, drive or take a carriage ride to see the holiday lights and decorations.
Webster Groves High School students have been selected to play in the All-State Orchestra, Band and Jazz Band.
Juniors Jack Gleckler, Abby Fitzgerald, Maren Demargel, Katie Downey and Grace Ensor won best research at the AdZou Challenge.
Shoot your shot to win $10,000 at the Webster Groves vs. Kirkwood Men’s Varsity basketball game on Friday, Dec. 17 at Roberts Gym.
Webster Groves High School is on lockout Thursday, Dec. 2, due to an anonymous text message received by an administrator in regards to a threat posted on Snapchat.
The credibility of the threat is unclear according to an email sent to students from principal Matt Irvin.
Webster Groves High School changed the schedule yet again this year.
With Halloween just passed, it is now time to share some ghost stories from around Webster Groves.
Some of them may even be right in your backyard – at least that’s the case for senior Maggie Kate Light.
Reconstruction of the Little Theater was made possible again by a $2 million donation from an anonymous former teacher who had a special relationship with the school district.
Juniors Gavin Wilson and Olivia Hotze serve as student advisors to the WGSD Board of Education.