Sophomore Libby Seitz swims the 500 free. Seitz won this event. Webster beat Oakville 132-38 at the meet Tuesday. Photo by Emily Goben
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Sophomore Emma Hendrick performs in a one act directed by freshman Gray Maynor. Winter One acts were held on Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Black Box Theater. Photo by Maeve Taylor
Orange “Statesbots” members, freshman Xavier Jurotich, junior Erica Magee and freshman Kimberly Rumack prepare for their bout at the first competition of the First Tech Challenge on Sat, Nov. 16.
Senior Ben Wielselman, Mr. October, dressed as Napoleon Dynamite for the 2000s wins the 2020 Mr. Webster pageant sponsored by the business department and DECA and held in the Jerry R. Knight auditorium Wednesday, Nov. 13.
#11 Junior Jon Campbell kicks the ball back inbounds in the game against Ladue Horton Watkins High School on Oct. 29. Webster won 2-0. Photo by Jaden Fields
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Senior Elizabeth Zareh slides into home plate after scoring a run in the District final on Oct. 18. Photo by Lindsey Bennett
St. Louis Zoo’s Zootoberfest offers its visitors a variety of autumn foods, music and crafts during the first two weekends of October. Photo by Zora Thomas
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Sophomores Zoie Sellers and Ava Musgraves and senior Aliyah Dill perform as ‘Cell Block girls’ during the song “All that Jazz” in the fall musical Chicago. Opening night is Oct. .24 and the show runs thru till the 26. It is $7 for students and $10 for adults. The show will begin at 7 p.m. in the Jerry R. Knight. Photos by Zeke La Mantia
Senior Patrick Lee leads the pack with chants and inspirational speeches during the walk out for climate change Friday, Aug. 20. “I’ve seen things on social media and the news about what’s going on. . . and I really felt like it’s an important and powerful issue that really urgently needs to be addressed, and I couldn’t get it off my mind and when the State of the World climate strike popped up across social media I thought that was a great way to get the ball rolling,” Lee said.
Sophomore Camryn Riley and junior Sarah Ahrens cheer on senior members of the women’s tennis team. Step team, pep band and the “pillow people” were among the entertainment at the Fall Activities Assembly on Sept. 12. The assembly recognized participants in all of the fall activities.
Junior Julian Tilford challenges a Glendale player for the ball in men’s soccer’s first game of the year at SLUH field on Saturday, Aug. 31. This was the team’s first game with new head coach Tim Velton following the retirement of former head coach Tim Cashel. Webster defeated Glendale 4-1. Photos by Jaden Fields
Junior Sawyer Stein, baritone player for the marching band, practices for Webster Groves’ first football game to be played on Sept. 6. “I love it. It is hard but worth it,” Sawyer said. Photo by Sophia DeWald
Junior Amelia Griesedieck rocks Elton John sunglasses during the Selma Street Dance where the theme was “throwback attire” Friday, Aug. 16. This was the first dance of the school year.