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The Kirkwood Call

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The Kirkwood Call

Watching the pitcher, Aeden Owens, sophomore gets ready to swing the bat.

Photo Gallery: Kirkwood Boys JV Baseball Game vs. Oakville May 3, 2022

Cassie Sprang and Katie Bowers May 17, 2022

The Kirkwood JV Baseball team played at Kirkwood against Oakville on May 3rd, 2022. Within the duration of the game, Kirkwood and Oakville where playing at a very tight score. Eventually the game resulted...

Almost all of my close friends have been involved in journalism, basketball or baseball. That’s not a coincidence.

Senior column: Hayden Davidson

Hayden Davidson, editor-in-chief April 27, 2022

College: Vanderbilt University Major: Neuroscience Where does personality come from? What makes you who you are? AP Psychology will tell you it’s some combination of innate characteristics, parenting...

A Kirkwood outfielder tosses the ball to a baseman.

Photo gallery: Spring sports 2021

Marianthe Meyer, new staffer May 10, 2021

Spring sports started on March 1 this year, even with the COVID-19 pandemic still in play. Nine sports began practices while wearing masks and keeping their distance. Despite these restrictions, each sport...

While the costs of running the bases seem to outweigh the benefits, condemning casual sex isnt the answer.

Call Ed: Bases loaded

TKC Staff April 20, 2021

Our society is saturated with sex. On TV, in our magazines and even in our own conversations, it has a fixed place in our culture. Sometimes sexual activity comes during a long-term relationship, sometimes...

Charlie Hollocher, shortstop, played his entire career for the Chicago Cubs.

Charlie Hollocher: A lost legend

Daniel Tobias, political editor March 20, 2021

What does a gravestone say about the life of the person beneath it? In cemeteries, there are thousands of gravestones marking not only dead bodies, but the stories of the lives they lived. Instinctively,...

Here are the three players who have made their mark at the third base position, while wearing the birds on the bat.

Triple threat: Top three Cardinals third basemen

Henry Chappell, sports editor February 17, 2021

The Cardinals: known as one of the MLB’s most historic franchises. A staple of what a winning team is, with an astounding 11 World Series championships and 23 National League (NL) pennants. The franchise...

The forgotten stars of the Negro Leagues

The forgotten stars of the Negro Leagues

Jack Matousek and Daniel Tobias October 27, 2020

The St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals looked a little different as they took the field for their Sep. 22 game at Kauffman Stadium. St. Louis dressed in blue, while the Royals sported red caps...

The plaques from the classes of 2014, 2015 and 2016 hang on the walls of the Hall of Fame. Photos courtesy of Google under the creative commons license.

The perfect Hall of Fame ballot

Daniel Tobias, sports writer January 20, 2020

January’s frigid weather and the fading memories of last year’s World Series make baseball season feel hopelessly distant. Yet even if there are no blockbuster trades, baseball fans can still find...

Astros manager A.J. Hinch shown banging on a trash can to depict the Astros sign stealing scandal.

Astronomical fraud

Benji Wilton, print editor December 16, 2019

Leading the Houston Astros 3-1 in the bottom of the 8th, Chicago White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar stared down his catcher, Kevan Smith, anticipating the sign that would dictate his next pitch. Astros catcher...

Sam Bryan, junior, sits inside Kirkwood High Schools home dugout.

Top of his field

Jack Matousek, sports writer October 27, 2019
Sam Bryan recently committed to University of Missouri to play Division 1 baseball. Read his story here.
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