• Come to Clay Club every Thursday in Mrs. Drissel's room!
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Making memories one spike at a time

Making memories one spike at a time

Bobby Connor, Staff Writer

May 19, 2015

Reaching up for a kill against Parkway Central, senior Cole Harris plays one of his last games of volleyball. “We played our hearts out for our last home game, it paid off and we ended it with another win. This game showed me how much I am going to miss seeing my teammates everyday and how much I am...

Stepping up, striking them out

Stepping up, striking them out

Bobby Connor, Staff Writer

May 18, 2015

Junior Matthew Blake throws a pitch against McCleur North on April 27. The team came out with a (8-5) win behind the efforts of Blake. "I felt really good on the mound that day. All of my pitches were working effectively and my teammates played great defense behind me," Blake said.

Tennis for a lifetime

Tennis for a lifetime

Grant Aden, Staff Newscaster

May 18, 2015

Stepping into a back hand, sophomore Kenji Yanaba returns the ball after sliding down the base line. Yanaba was ranked number two on the varsity team behind senior William Tong. " I started playing in local tournaments when I was young, and I still play in them when I'm not playing for West. Those are...

Creating a positive atmosphere

Creating a positive atmosphere

Claire Martin, Staff Writer

May 17, 2015

Playing at the varsity Westminster Game, sophomore Ava Larsen passes to junior Kyla Hatton during warm up. The team ended up losing to Westminster 11-4. “During warm up, the song 'Now Or Never' from High School Musical came on, and it was really fun. I think it brought our mood up,” Larsen said.

It’s in the bag

It’s in the bag

Betsy Wait, Staff Wrtier

May 16, 2015

During her painting two class, junior Kendall Welch adds the finishing touches on her AP project depciting the physical manifestation of chaos.

Painting a Legacy

Painting a Legacy

Betsy Wait, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015

Adding the finishing touches to the class of 2015 hand wall, senior Will Sexton, the mural's designer, paints the cityscape of St. Louis.

Freshmen wind down

Freshmen wind down

Bronte Segura, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015

As school comes to an end, freshman Hunter Anderson and Ryan O'Connor met with friends to play a game of cards. They started to bring cards and games to lunch so they could be together before they leave for the summer. "It's a nice way to spend lunch with my friends," Anderson said.

Staying in for all 50 points

Staying in for all 50 points

Grant Aden, Staff Newscaster

May 15, 2015

Jumping up to spike the ball, sophomore Chris Williams participates in a JV volleyball game against Parkway South. Williams, along with sophomore Stephen Lee and junior Mark Umstead, remained on the court for the majority of the game. "It was really hard sometimes. Some games were more tiring then others....

Huddle up!

Huddle up!

Sydney Kinzy, Features Editor

May 14, 2015

Freshman Cheryl Ma (43) joins into the huddle along with the other freshmen lacrosse players. “I think the good thing about my team was everyone got along,” Ma said. “I’ve heard a lot of bad things with other teams and that’s something I was worried about. It also helped us on the playing field...

Lovely Livers

Lovely Livers

Sarah Burnham, Staff Writer

May 14, 2015

Juniors Molly Sewester and Carol Moseley read over the liver grams they received from friends for Valentine's Day on Feb. 13.

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