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The underlying price of high school sports

The underlying price of high school sports

Michael Lolley, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

Whether it is fees for a club team, equipment, travel, event admission or other sports costs, families can spend thousands of dollars on athletics. In addition to the cost of club sports, when kids reach high school, parents must pay what is required to participate in high school athletics. “We...

Boys basketball program brings a community together for one night of awareness

Boys basketball program brings a community together for one night of awareness

Tre Bell, Staff Writer

February 7, 2020

The boys basketball program prepares to play in a game that holds lots of emotions and tensions: Friday night at 7 p.m. kicks off the fight with Coaches versus Cancer game. “Our community continues to be tremendously affected by [cancer]. This is a great opportunity to support a worthy cause and...

Kobe Bryant: A legend to remember

Kobe Bryant: A legend to remember

Bri Davis, Convergence Journalism Writer

January 30, 2020

All too soon, a legend was taken from us at the age of 41: Kobe Bryant. He was a five-time NBA champion, the Los Angeles Lakers all-time leading scorer and an idol for many. While traveling with his daughter, Gianna Bryant, his helicopter crashed, killing Kobe, Gianna and seven others Jan. 26.  ...

Friendships, rivalries and fan accounts: A breakdown of basketball teams who play for the J

Friendships, rivalries and fan accounts: A breakdown of basketball teams who play for the J

Michael Lolley, Staff Writer

January 23, 2020

Established in 1880, the  Jewish Community Center (the J), formally known as the Young Men’s Hebrew Association, has been a part of St. Louis’ history for decades longer than the Gateway Arch. One service provided by the J is recreational sports leagues for both youth and adult players. Basket...

Father-son duo: The in’s and out’s of being the coach’s son

Father-son duo: The in’s and out’s of being the coach’s son

Michael Lolley, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

For the last six years, boys varsity basketball coach John Wright has coached his son sophomore Luke Wright for the Junior Longhorns and now at the high school.  “Since I’ve always been around high school basketball, I think I’ve really developed a passion for the game,” L. Wright said. “...

Community celebrates sophomore Brynn Haun

Community celebrates sophomore Brynn Haun

Susie Seidel, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017

When faced with hardship, the question will always remain in a community as strong as Parkway West: what can be done to help? This question was made into a reality by students, faculty and friends in the celebration of sophomore Brynn Haun, Thursday, Dec. 21. Members of the faculty led by assi...

Freshmen girls basketball end season strong

Freshmen girls basketball end season strong

Chris Bass, Staff Writer

February 20, 2017

The freshmen girl’s basketball team claimed 17, victories and suffered one loss. They picked up big wins over teams such as Rockwood Summit, Parkway North and Wentzville. “This team was a perfect example of what I've learned about Parkway West,” head coach Peggy Schane said. “They deserve r...

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