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 ›
Varsity women’s softball won 5-4 against Kirkwood High School Sept. 6, on Plymouth Field. Photos by Lindsey Bennett
Men’s soccer took a trip to the Netherlands over the summer, but it was no vacation. This trip prepared the team for the season to come.
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Senior season. Men’s volleyball plays in an ever changing spring with scattered showers of grit, perseverance and optimism for State. Reasoning behind senior season? Nine out of the 13 players are seniors. I ran the fraction,… Read More ›
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by Eleanor Marshall, Maeve Taylor and Trinity Madison. Contributing writer Trinity Madison reports on water polo. Intro and Outro music is “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative… Read More ›
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Despite expectations from fellow goalkeepers and herself, freshman Sonia Bergfeld took to the pitch to play full time in the first game of the season against Liberty (Wentzville) at Lou Fusz Soccer Park on March 23…. Read More ›
Riley Mullgardt Print Editor Varsity men’s basketball proved its well deserved ranking of eighth in the state by winning the Class Five State Championship for the second year in a row, this year against Chaminade with a 101-90 final score…. Read More ›
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Stateswomen Varsity soccer’s first game is against Liberty (Wentzville) at Lou Fusz Soccer Park on March 23, at 8 p.m., and who will be in between the sticks (goalkeeping) is still undetermined. There are four potential… Read More ›
Maeve Taylor Contributing Writer When one thinks of wrestling, what may be pictured is the over dramatic, WWE-type scenes, with bodies slamming and loud noises and infamous rivalries. As James Lemay, head coach of the wrestling team, said, what you… Read More ›
Caroline Fellows Editor-in-Chief Webster Groves High School men’s basketball captured its fourth State title tonight by defeating Chaminade High School 101-90 at Missouri State University. This is the first time men’s basketball has won back-to-back State championships. … Read More ›
Contributing writers Ryan Waelterman and Jack McKittrick report on Varsity basketball’s 75-50 loss to the Vashon Wolverines on Feb. 15. Support Our Sponsors
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist In December, my prediction for women’s swim was placing them in the top 20; however, its performance blew my prediction out of the water. The team got seventh out of 43. Senior relay swimmer Isi Albers… Read More ›
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Traveling is usually associated with vacationing, but the men’s basketball players are not vacationing, they’re competing. Before traveling to Memphis, TN, Webster had already won against Maplewood (74-62), Lee’s Summit North (63-43) and Northwest Academy (54-47)…. Read More ›
Eleanor Marshall Podcast Editor It’s a regular women’s Varsity basketball game. The players are filled with adrenaline and covered in sweat. The fans are anxiously watching. The buzzer goes off signaling half time. It’s time for the cheerleaders to take… Read More ›
Emily Stisser Contributing Writer Women’s Varsity basketball defeated St. Francis Borgia 59-51 on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Senior guard KK Rodriguez paced the squad with a team high of 30 points at home in Robert’s Gym. Rodriguez has scored an impressive… Read More ›
Leor Shomroni Contributing Writer Men’s Varsity basketball defeated Christ the King 64-45 at the Tournament of Champions on Thursday, Jan. 11. The game was played Thursday night at JQH Arena at Missouri State University. Webster played well even though Christ… Read More ›
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Statesmen lost to Jackson 37-46 on Jan. 5; however the score only mattered in the final quarter. First period ended 11-13 Jackson leading. Webster looked to be counteracting Jackson’s offense but weren’t able to capitalize on… Read More ›
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Womens’ swim will be top 20 at State this year. “I think we’re going to show how good we are and surprise everyone,” senior swimmer Isi Albers said. The five dominant swimmers on the team are… Read More ›
Elise Keller News/Opinion Editor Senior Nicolette Schnettgoecke has run cross country since freshman year, and in her senior year she was named November Athlete of the Month and ran in the MSHSAA Cross Country State Championship this year. Schnettgoecke considers… Read More ›
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Cross country made it to State nine years in a row despite turmoil, hardship and performance. “The goal was to get to State and run well there; we only achieved one and a half of that,”… Read More ›