Jack Killeen Editor in Chief Following the departure of head coach Dan Sebben last season, the men’s cross country team began the year with Jon Petter as head Coach, who wanted to bring in a more tactical strategy. “Anytime you… Read More ›
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WGHS’s Turkey Day assembly was Nov. 25, during seventh hour in Roberts Gym. Photos by Cole Schnell
Irene Ryan Entertainment/Feature Editor Feminist Coalition members hashtagged their Instagram photos with #knowyourbeauty on Oct. 30, to spread body positivity and self love. The club organized the day for members to post pictures of themselves in which they felt beautiful…. Read More ›
Kadifa Tabakovic Circulation Manager National Honors Society have focused on helping others within the community with the upcoming events. This year as Thanksgiving approaches, Webster Groves Rock Hill Ministry encourages groups to “adopt” a family. What that means is the… Read More ›
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 ›
This is the third issue of the Webster Groves High School ECHO for the 2015-16 school year. Topics include cross country, men’s soccer, Feminist Coalition, school spirit, Mr. Webster, Smash Bros. Melee, traditional Thanksgiving, Veterans Day, National Honor Society, Betty… Read More ›
Kirkwood High School defeated Webster Groves 42-13 on Nov. 26, at Lyons Memorial Field. Click here to read the transcript of sports columnist Bennett Durando’s live Twitter observations.
Abby Botan Entertainment Columnist As Thanksgiving approaches, many are excited, but for what? The holiday revolves around a lot of important factors: family, fun and – of course – the food. Thanksgiving is seen as a family oriented holiday that… Read More ›
Business manager Ashli Wagner and contributing writer Will Conerly bring this week’s headlines: Veterans Day celebration, Spirit Week, Soccer State championship and ChiliFest.
Cole Schnell Contributing Writer WGHS has a two-day Spirit Week for the first time: going to have the Wednesday of Spirit Week off. KWHS has had the Wednesday of Spirit Week off for the last fourteen years. WGHS has Wednesday… Read More ›
Statesmen Varsity soccer defeated St. Dominic High School to win the State championship 3-2 on Nov. 14, at Soccer Park in Fenton. Click here to read a transcript of sports columnist Bennett Durando’s live observations, which were posted via Twitter.
Varsity men’s soccer defeated the Helias Crusaders in the State semi-finals on Nov. 13, at Soccer Park in Fenton. The Statesmen will play for the championship tomorrow at 2 p.m. Click here to read a transcript of sports columnist Bennett… Read More ›
Jack Killeen Editor in Chief During Webster’s game against SLUH on Sept. 15, junior Daniel Kennebeck saw a SLUH player pushing down a Webster player go uncalled. Kennebeck then yelled to the referee, “Get off your knees, ref. You’re blowing… Read More ›
Statesmen Varsity soccer defeated Farmington High School to earn a place in the Final Four. State Semi-finals will be next Friday at Soccer Park in Fenton. Click here to read sports columnist Bennett Durando’s live Twitter coverage of the event.