Up and over

Up and over

PJ Sheehan, Beat editor April 22, 2019

With the season reaching its half way point, the boys tennis team has gotten the hang of the game and is now starting to perfect strategies to help them in their matches. Senior Michael Yu has helped his...

Onto the next volley

Onto the next volley

Seth Wilcox, Staff reporter April 10, 2019

Returning back to the home court after two away games, the boy’s tennis team faced off against Timberland on Monday. Many of the players lost their games, but sophomore Alexander Powell believes his...

The boys tennis team pose for a picture after their game against FHH this week. Photo courtesy of @HowellCentral Tennis on twitter.

Steady Improvement

Jessica Fults, Feature editor April 3, 2019

After several games delayed due to the rain, the boy’s tennis team finally returned with a game against Liberty on March 27th. Juniors Emerson Smith and George Broyles played side by side on the court...

Andrew Schrautemeier prepares to serve to Fort Zumwalt South in a match last season. This yearwill be his last season with the team. Its sad, but Im ready for the season, Schrautemeier said.

Stepping onto the court

PJ Sheehan, Beat editor March 27, 2019

With the spring season beginning there are many sports that are starting up again for their respective seasons including the boys tennis team. With practices in full swing and the weather getting warmer...

Exceeding expectations

Exceeding expectations

Chloe Bockhorst, Voice editor January 10, 2019

The girls swim season has started with its fair share of wins and losses. Though the season has just begun, these meets have been occurring mere days away from each other. Despite a busy start, at least...

Practices and meets for the swim team are held at the St. Peters Rec-Plex.

A fresh start

Jessica Fults and December 13, 2018

Holding a pass to leave early from her 7th-hour gym class, freshman Keaton Frye awaits her first meet on the varsity swim team. Frye began to swim when she was only six years old, and it has quickly become...

100 students at FHC were surveyed, and these were the final results.

Fact or Fiction

Jessica Fults, Feature editor November 14, 2018

“Standing too close to the microwave causes cancer,” the headline flashes across the screen on Twitter. The ‘researchers’ who wrote the report found a correlation between the two. It sounds feasible,...

A new atmosphere

A new atmosphere

Jessica Fults and Hannah Hodges September 26, 2018

Photo by Olivia Fong The bell rings and students flood the student parking lot and filter to the buses- except for the many spartans staying after school to participate in clubs and sports. For...

Kick start to the season

Kick start to the season

Jessica Fults and Kaitlyn Nixon September 7, 2018

As the fall season begins for the soccer team, the players are excited despite their loss against Chaminade last week. The teams tied and went into overtime with a score of 2-1. Although they lost, the...

Seniors Jillian Thro and Abram Cutshall rehearse with Sophomore Sam Bippen.

Unsung heroes

Carlin Bippen, Staff Reporter May 8, 2018
New perspectives on theater are shared by those who play a different part in bringing the show together
Q&A with Tucker Maupin

Q&A with Tucker Maupin

Jessica Fults, Staff reporter May 7, 2018

What's you're favorite part of baseball?           "My favorite part of baseball is the camaraderie of the team. We're all really close and we're like a family." What are you looking forward...

Pitching progress

Pitching progress

Jessica Fults, Staff reporter April 23, 2018

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