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.
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist Carte’Are Gordon knew the boos were coming. A 6 foot, 9 inch junior and five-star Saint Louis University recruit, Gordon is often poked and prodded by opponents in an attempt to provoke his fiery temper. Last… Read More ›
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist Webster junior Courtney Ramey has committed this afternoon to play D1 basketball for Rick Pitino at Louisville. Louisville is currently the number six team in the country in the AP poll, and number seven in the USA Today… Read More ›
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist Sometimes it seems like the 2016-17 Statesmen just can’t catch a break. They’ve had to overcome a little bit of everything: injuries, ineligibility, a tough schedule that’s yielded some heartbreaking losses. Now, with them finally getting… Read More ›
This is the fourth issue of the 102nd year of the ECHO. Contents include the Christmas conventions, Willie’s Comic, school-sponsored versus non school-sponsored designations, year in review, transfer students, Lindenwood U. art show, staff wishlists, freshman actress on Broadway and… Read More ›
Online editor Caroline Fellows and audio manager Page Kimzey bring this week’s headlines about Spirit Week activities and the upcoming basketball tournament. Visit Our Sponsors
Andy Kimball Editor-In-Chief Junior Carte’Are Gordon committed to play basketball at Saint Louis University via Twitter Wednesday morning. On Tuesday night Gordon announced his three finalists: SLU, Kansas University, and the University of Missouri. About why he picked SLU, Gordon… Read More ›
Contributing writers Tyler Coleman and Will Conerly bring this week’s headlines: men’s basketball, Roberts Rowdies, blood drive, All Write, spring break, senior announcements and prom.
Cole Schnell Contributing Writer Dr. Jon Clark was the head coach of the Rolla High School for the 1992-1996 school years. He left coaching in 1996: leaving his record at 99 wins. Now this Thursday, Clark returns to the sidelines… Read More ›
Business manager Ashli Wagner and contributing writer Page Kimzey bring this week’s headlines: Elementary Night at the basketball game, Model U.N., hand game feature and the Winter Choral Concert.