Spirit Week featured activities including two pep rallies, Chili Fest and a bonfire.
The 114th annual Webster Groves and Kirkwood Turkey Day game took place Thursday, Nov. 25, on Moss Field. The game had a final score of 65-0 Kirkwood.
“Excitement. Anticipation. Celebration. Inspiring.”
All words Varsity cheer captains use to describe the “most important responsibility” they hold. Turkey Day.
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist Of all the Thanksgiving traditions that are practiced nationwide, perhaps none is so sacred and holy as the annual clash of the Webster Groves and Kirkwood communities to celebrate a century-old rivalry with chili competitions, pep… Read More ›
Bennett Durando Webster Groves High School Mathisfun.com defines the Transitive Property of Inequalities as stating that “If a > b and b > c, then a > c.” Likewise, in sports, if Team A beats Team B, Team B beats… Read More ›
WGHS’s Turkey Day assembly was Nov. 25, during seventh hour in Roberts Gym. Photos by Cole Schnell
Kirkwood defeated Webster Groves in the Turkey Day football game 42-13 on Nov. 26, 2015. The Statesmen’s defense was able to keep the game pretty close until midway through second half, but Webster committed multiple turnovers that led to them… Read More ›
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist The déjà vu began to set in for the Statesmen faithful before the 2014 Turkey Day Game had seen a play from scrimmage. The opening kickoff went 80 yards for a Kirkwood touchdown, bringing back memories… Read More ›
Addie Conway Co-Editor of Turkey Day Program Orange and red leaves, hot chocolate burning the roof of my mouth, and Turkey Day; these are a few of my favorite things. I didn’t grow up in the Webster Groves school district;… Read More ›
DJ Johnson Webster ECHO Scott Gillian Offensive Line Scott Gillian has been coaching since 1987. Through the 26 years that Gillian has coached, he’s been involved in five State championship games, three which came with Webster Groves High School. “My… Read More ›