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Photo gallery: JV football vs. Rockwood Summit

Photo gallery: JV football vs. Rockwood Summit

Abby Lay, photographer

October 19, 2016

The Pioneers win 35-27 against Rockwood Summit on Oct. 10.  KHS perseveres to win the game, despite losing starting quarterback, Cooper Wise, to an ankle injury in the first quarter. "I was very proud of [the team] because they overcame a lot of adversity," said Wise, sophomore, when asked about the...

Photo gallery: freshman girls’ volleyball vs. Lindbergh

Photo gallery: freshman girls’ volleyball vs. Lindbergh

Audrey Berns, photographer

October 19, 2016

KHS’s freshman volleyball team played Lindbergh Monday, Oct. 10. After two sets, they lost 25-17. “After a loss we learn from it and figure out what we need to work on and do better at the next game,” Olivia Giardino, freshman, said.

Photo gallery: freshman football vs Rockwood Summit

Photo gallery: freshman football vs Rockwood Summit

Christian Baker, photographer

October 12, 2016

Monday, Oct. 10, the freshman football team beat Rockwood Summit 26-20. "[Our team this year is] really good compared to previous seasons we've had on the feeder team," Connor Gibson, freshman, said. "The older guys are always there if you need to ask questions or anything."  

Cate can

Cate can

Austin Cleveland, sports writer

October 10, 2016

From Stanford to Colgate, Division I women’s lacrosse coaches from all across the nation sought Cate Camenzind, sophomore, to play for their schools. Only in the nation’s capital did Camenzind find her match at Georgetown University. Camenzind’s recruiting process began the summer after her eighth grade ye...

Acing the deaflympics

Acing the deaflympics

Riley Arns, sports writer

October 7, 2016

The 6-foot-5 17-year-old junior by the name of Ethan Bell is already tearing apart the Deaflympic scene and might become an Olympian, according to Marcus Robinson, the assistant coach of the USA Deaflympic volleyball team. This is the first men’s team USA has had in 11 years.   “2001...

Update: Pink Out game

Update: Pink Out game

Maisie Bradley, sports writer

September 30, 2016

KHS girls’ varsity volleyball beat Rockwood Summit in the annual Pink Out game. After two sets, the score for both was 25-16. “This is a big game for us,” Julie Goodmann, head volleyball coach, said. “[Rockwood] Summit is a great team, they just beat Webster last week and we just lost to W...

Photo gallery: varsity softball vs. Parkway West

Photo gallery: varsity softball vs. Parkway West

Lauryn Miller, photographer

September 29, 2016

KHS's varsity softball team faced Parkway West Sept. 23. The Pioneers took a 2-1 victory over the Longhorns. "Some of the key factors that helped us win were communication and encouragement," Julia Church, senior softball player, said. "Talking to each other about and during play is very important for...

Cleveland frowns

Austin Cleveland, sports writer

September 28, 2016

The Cleveland Browns have had 26 starting quarterbacks take the field since 1999, seven above the Chicago Bears, next on the list. Many young promising talents, from Johnny Manziel to Colt McCoy, are forcibly removed from their college successes and thrown into the tragic graveyard of Cleveland Browns...

MLB Playoffs predictions

MLB Playoffs predictions

Brendan Davidson, designer

September 27, 2016

With the MLB Playoffs rapidly approaching, here are TKC's postseason predictions. All statistics and standings are updated as of the morning of Tues., Sept. 27. ...

Pink Out game

Pink Out game

Maisie Bradley, sports writer

September 27, 2016

Kirkwood volleyball's annual Pink Out game is Tuesday, Sept. 27 against Rockwood Summit.  The purpose of the game is to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. Since this fundraiser began, the program has donated almost $15,000. The organization has gotten over 30 sponsors and sold over 450...

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