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Room 139 memories

Room 139 memories

Odyssey Staff

June 9, 2015

Wow. What a year. The yearbook is circling the drain, and in honor of all the hard work we have done this year, here are some cute (and embarrassing) photos that sum up what an awesome year we have had.

Ending on a high note

Ending on a high note

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Editor

November 15, 2014

Despite blistery conditions - it was snowing at kickoff - the boys soccer team won its final match of the season in a contest for the third place against Rockhurst, 2-0, behind two goals from forward Kyle Setchfield, the team’s leading scorer. Having never played Rockhurst, the team did not know w...

Still up for a fight

Student body stands by the boys soccer team's side despite frigid temperatures and long drive. Although the team had lost, the crowd never lost enthusiasm.

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Editor

November 15, 2014

Friday was a day of firsts for the soccer team. Playing Lee’s Summit in its first ever final four game, the team was facing a tough opponent. After a physical game, the team earned its first loss in the final four. Lee’s Summit outplayed the Spartans and had a 2-0 lead in the second half. Even...

Loss at the final four

Senior goalkeeper Chase Webert slumps on the sideline after the Spartans loss against Lee's Summit. The team lost 2-1.

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Editor

November 15, 2014

Four. Four straight district titles, four straight sectional titles, and now a final four match. The boys soccer team have had quite the season; however, it is not over yet. Friday, the boys faced Lee’s Summit and were presented with quite a challenge. Facing the team for the second time, the Spartans...

Final four, finally!

At the final buzzer, the men's soccer team piles on top of one another after defeating Marquette 2-1 to punch their ticket to the final four. The team will battle Lee's Summit this Friday at 6 p.m. - who they beat earlier in the season - for a spot in the title game on Saturday.

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Editor

November 11, 2014

The boys soccer team was not about to see a repeat of the past four years. Once again, in the quarterfinals, the team faced Marquette in a match that would decide who would be in the final four of the state competition. The seniors, like Andrew Keller, were feeling the heat of the match. “There was a ...

Timberland turnaround

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey editor

November 6, 2014

The soccer team is at it again. For the fourth consecutive year, the team took the sectional title in its game against Timberland on Wednesday, Nov. 5. The game was one of revenge, according to senior Ryan Hutson. “They were the team that ended our season last year. People remembered that game, ...

Not done yet

Senior Justin Stinson strikes the ball into the offensive half. Stinson has been on the varsity soccer team for four years.

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Editor

October 29, 2014

While many fall sports are winding down, boys soccer has been taking off. On Monday, Oct. 27, the team started its districts tournament with a big 3-0 win against Fort Zumwalt North. According to senior Walter Lembeck, the team had a strong start, but could not seem to get the ball in the net right ...

Climbing the ladder

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Editor

October 8, 2014

The boys soccer team faced its rival, Francis Howell North, on Tuesday Oct. 8 for a rematch during GACs. The team was not expecting an easy win against the Knights because of the close 1-0 win the last time the two teams faced, according to senior Chase Webert. “We knew that they were a tough team a...

Close loss makes for milestone

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Editor

October 1, 2014

Prepared to play against the number one team in the state, the boys soccer team anticipated a tough game on Thursday, Sept. 25 against Chaminade. Players like senior Maxwell Kirkpatrick found this game to be a test of all their practice. “We were expecting a very, very hard game, and we just went i...

No cold feet here

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Executive Copy Editor

September 4, 2014

Being dumped with icy, cold water is not always what comes to mind when thinking of improving as a team; however, for the girls golf team, ALS the ice bucket challenge gave the golfers a chance to have a better understanding of one another. Due to an ALS ice bucket challenge nomination from fellow...

Getting into the swing of things

Brittney Kennedy, Odyssey Executive Copy Editor

August 20, 2014

Getting better as a team is not always measured by the number of strokes. For the girls golf team this year, an obstacle towards the success of the team will be the unfamiliarity between new coach Mike Woods and the golfers for at least the start of the season. Sophomore Emma Wolf took note of the st...

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