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SPENSA is a non-profit volunteer organization that gives people ages 5 to 21 with physical and mental disabilities the opportunity to play in organized soccer games.

Charity Issue: A game for all

Zach Thomson, social media editor November 30, 2022

On Saturday mornings during the fall and spring, excitement fills the air at the World Wide Technology Soccer Park. With soccer balls being kicked from every direction, the players of the Special Needs...

The USA plays Iran Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. Central Time. The winner will advance to the knockout stage.

Thoughts on American soccer and FIFA World Cup 2022

Owen Spiegel, features + in-depth editor November 28, 2022

UPDATE: The Netherlands beat the USA 3-1. Netherlands advance to quarter-finals, will play Argentina or Australia America's bad at soccer. Okay, okay. The U.S. doesn't exactly dominate in international...

The World Cup starts for the U.S. on Nov. 21 against Wales.

Team U.S. in quicksand?

Ian Reno, news editor November 14, 2022

*opinions From the hand of God to the Zidane headbutt, the FIFA World Cup has brought some of the most memorable moments in sports history for non-America. After missing out on the World Cup in 2018,...

SLUH senior, Peter Mueller, guards the goal as his teammates take the ball down the field.

Photo Gallery: Vetta indoor soccer league Dec. 5, 2021

Sophia Beckmann, photo editor December 6, 2021

Vetta indoor soccer teams have become popular with the senior class of 2022. The Wiggly Worms, the Brass Monkeys, the Red Rockets and the Mason Allen's are four teams of Kirkwood students who have entered...

Kirkwood steals the soccer ball from Mehlville shortly after a close goal.

Photo Gallery: Kirkwood Boys Freshman Soccer Game vs. Mehlville High School

Katie Bowers, photographer October 12, 2021

On Wednesday, October 6 at 4:15 p.m. Kirkwood High Schools's Freshman Boys Soccer team played against Mehville High School. They all gathered for a home game in Kirkwood's soccer field, and with lots of...

The Kirkwood bench celebrates as their team scores a penalty kick.

Photo gallery: Kirkwood boys varsity soccer game vs Marquette Oct. 8

Ben Rives, photographer October 15, 2020

Kirkwood boys varsity soccer played Marquette High School Oct. 8, 2020. Kirkwood came back from being down 1-0 and won 2-1. This was Kirkwood's fourth win in the young season. Kirkwood and Marquette will...

Alex McDonald and Nathan Lin are the two guests this week.

H squared podcast: Alumni alley feat. Alex McDonald and captain’s corner feat. Nathan Lin

Henry Chappell and Henry Joiner October 9, 2020

In this edition of the Call's H Squared sports podcast, Henry Chappell and Henry Joiner speak with Alex McDonald, 2019 KHS graduate, about his time at KHS, soccer career and preparations for his sophomore...

High and moderate frequency contact sports such as football are currently not allowed to compete.

Football and other sports prohibited from competing

Kate Schreiber and Olivia Silvey September 9, 2020

Football, soccer and other high and moderate frequency contact sports will not see competition for the near future. Student-athletes 14 years and older playing high and moderate frequency contact sports...

The team rallies and proudly waves their first district plaque.

Photo Gallery: Kirkwood varsity boys’ soccer vs. Parkway South Nov. 6

Charlotte Heinrich, editor-in-chief November 11, 2019

Kirkwood varsity boys' soccer beat Parkway South 3-1 Nov. 6, 2019 for the district championship title. According to Mark Corley, senior, the team's success comes from their morale. "We share the ball a...

Sawyer Hardy, senior, strides through the air as he dribbles the ball towards the net.

Photo Gallery: Kirkwood varsity boys’ soccer vs. Webster Oct. 4

Julia Knoll, photographer October 8, 2019
The Kirkwood varsity boys' soccer team beat Webster 2-1 in the CYC tournament championship game.
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