The Kirkwood Call

Photo Gallery: girls’ varsity basketball vs. Lindbergh Feb. 4

Jessie Hopper, senior, speaks about the fundraiser that will donate all profit to cancer research.

Sophie Smith, Photographer

February 11, 2020

The girls' varsity basketball team competed against Lindbergh Feb. 4, ultimately coming out on top, 63-27. The game, dedicated to senior Jessie Hopper and family, was a fundraiser for cancer research. "The game went pretty well, obviously it was a good win at home for a good cause," said Maddie Friar,...

Photo Gallery: girls’ varsity basketball game vs Lindbergh High School Feb. 4

Olivia Giardino, senior, high fives her teammates at the start of the game.

Ella Davies, photographer

February 7, 2020

The Kirkwood girls' varsity basketball team won the Block Out Cancer Game against Lindbergh High School by a score of 63-27. "I thought we played good as a team," Eliana Poger, sophomore, said. "It was a fun game to play and we were happy with the outcome. I think the Block Out Cancer idea was really...

Photo Gallery: girls’ varsity basketball game vs Marquette High School Jan. 15th

Girls varsity basketball won against Marquette on Wednesday Jan. 15 with a score of 59-47.

Ella Davies, photographer

January 16, 2020

Girls varsity basketball won against Marquette on Wednesday Jan. 15 with a score of 59-47. “I was nervous going into the game because Marquette is always a tough opponent for us,” Tara Behnam, sophomore, said. "Once the game started I felt better. Our team found its rhythm in the third quarter...

Photo Gallery: girls’ varsity basketball game vs. Westminster High School Dec. 9th

Rylee Mulvaney, senior, shoots a free throw.

Julia Knoll, photo editor

December 13, 2019

The Kirkwood girls' varsity basketball team had their first home game of the season against Westminster on Mon., Dec. 9th. Westminster began the game with a tight lead, but quickly lost it after halftime as Kirkwood won 53-41. During the game, Natalie Bruns, senior, scored her 1,000th career point and...

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