Elise Wilke-Grimm News/Opinion Editor Tim Velten, who was promoted to the Varsity soccer head coach after assistant coaching for Tim Cashel for five years, saw his players win their first game of the season 4-1 against Glendale at SLUH Field… Read More ›
Starting in kindergarten Physical Education (P.E.) class, students learn that there are countless benefits from being physically active; however, the negatives are never mentioned.
Isabella Ferrell Contributing Writer With five regular season games left, five postponed and three cancelled, the men’s baseball team has faced multiple obstacles along the way to a winning season. Since it is a spring sport, rain is a number… Read More ›
Last year the team had three students including freshman Will Ireland go to the Sectional tournament. Ireland was accompanied by then-junior Drew Schwager and then-senior Charlie Scheipeter.A new season also means new players.
Tennis season began Feb. 25-March 1 with tryouts lasting the whole week with Coach Terry Verstrate.There were no cuts from the team. Challenge matches were played to find spot numbers on the team. Its first game is on March 26, v.s Rockwood Summit at their courts.
Women’s swim went to State for the second year in a row and finished third overall, scoring 188 points, the highest score ever from WGHS.
On Sundays in the spring, a group of Webster Groves High School students meet around lakes in St. Louis for competition and sharing the activity that unites them. This group is fishing club.
Gretchen Skoglund Contributing Writer Senior lacrosse player Kelly McClure is optimistic about what’s to come. The Varsity women’s goalkeeper, who signed to play at Quincy University, looks forward to leading the Webster team in her final Statesman…. Read More ›
Men’s basketball is on it’s way to winning it’s third consecutive State championship. Who might stop the Statesmen?
Women’s lacrosse has just ended preseason and has tryouts this week after school from 3:15-5:30 p.m. It is a no cut team sport and will have tryouts to see who will qualify for a Varsity spot.
Women’s basketball will play against Nerinx Hall on Mar. 1, at 6 p.m. for the District 5 tournament championship, hosted by Webster at Robert’s Gym. On Monday, Webster beat McCluer North, 42-36. McCluer North has the highest winning regular season… Read More ›
Men’s head Varsity coach, three-time State champion and owning a ridiculous career mark of 486 wins 189 losses. Can you guess who? Jay Blossom. It’s easy to understand why hearing “Coach Blossom” anytime during a basketball game compels the fans… Read More ›
Varsity basketball has had massive success (i.e. winning back-to-back State Championships) in the past years, but after losing star players: Courtney Ramey and Carte’are Gordon, the success of the teams been doubted by some. Last season, the team won State… Read More ›
While many are awaiting the men’s basketball season, the women’s season is well underway with a total of five games played. The Stateswomen played against Lutheran South to start off the season. The game ended with a one-point deficiency by… Read More ›
Webster Groves plays Parkway South on Dec. 10 in the Roberts gym. Parkway South won 46-38.
Photos by Greg Frazier
With the celebration of Turkey Day comes the last game for football players of the Class of 2019. This was the last time the senior players played in the same place at the same time in this fashion. Some will… Read More ›
Let’s talk about stats for one second, specifically the ratio of 318:59. This heavy ratio represents the number of points scored on Webster (318) and the 59 of points Webster has scored the entire season. We, Webster Groves High School-… Read More ›
Three underclassmen competed in the women’s golf District tournament: sophomore Anna Hauser and freshmen Jenna Clark and Sarah Ewing.
For the first time in 25 years, women’s tennis has a winning season.
Ladue Rams defeated the Statesmen in Varsity football 38-7 on Sept. 6, at Moss Field.
Coaching softball was not alum Bryan Gibson’s original plan. Graduating in 1993, Gibson pursued an education degree following high school. Gibson’s motive to return to the district was, “Teaching, at first.” After college, he came back in hopes of teaching… Read More ›