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Game changing half for soccer districts

Game changing half for soccer districts

Allison Huffman, Staff Photographer

November 12, 2018


Filed under Boys Soccer, Galleries

Francis Howell Central battled against Fort Zumwalt West during soccer districts on October 30. The boys had high hopes for the game, hoping to advance on for the season. The boys were victorious during the first half, pulling a score of 3-0. However, during the second half, the scoreboard flipped and...

A strong end to the season

A strong end to the season

Charley Landry, Emma Hultz, and Rachel Fernandez

November 7, 2018


Filed under Girls Volleyball, Move

Kami Eslinger, Josette Prince,and Marlene Andert are all beyond thrilled with both their own successes and their team’s successes from this current season. All three teams are ending the season strong and busy with GAC’s and districts. Prince, a senior, has been playing volleyball since a young ...

Coming to the end

Coming to the end

Kayla Reyes, Natalie Walsh, Breana Epperson, and Maddie Fuller

November 2, 2018


Filed under Boys Swimming, Move, Showcase

The end is coming near, and GACs are about to come and go. Seniors will leave, but memories will be made. GACs is where swim members can showcase all the hard work they have put in for this single moment. GACs leads to personal records, which hopefully qualifies the swimmers for state. With a few members a...

Beating the streak

Beating the streak

Marcus Falcomata, Staff reporter

October 31, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Move, Showcase

Friday, Sept. 28. The air is much colder than it has been since spring as the Spartans take the field against Howell North, their Homecoming opponent. Five games are under the Spartan’s belt, all losses, but this one feels different. The white-out crowd is filled with a new energy as the Knights kic...

Shaving for swim

Shaving for swim

Natalie Walsh, Kayla Reyes, Breana Epperson, and Maddie Fuller

October 30, 2018


Filed under Boys Swimming, Move, Showcase

Francis Howell boys swim and dive team consist of several boys that have grown to be closer than ever before. Spending two hours every night with your teammates creates strong bonds; bonds shared within the swim team family. Over several years of being a successful swim team, there has been a tradit...

Q & A with Adam Decker

Q & A with Adam Decker

Kayla Reyes, Natalie Walsh, Breana Epperson, and Maddie Fuller

October 30, 2018


Filed under Boys Swimming, Move

How long have you been doing Swim? I've been doing it for three years   Why did you choose to start swimming? So I used to do martial arts and it was getting to the point where it was kind of boring and I just wanted something different. What's your favorite part about Swim?...

Meet the boys swim coach

Meet the boys swim coach

Natalie Walsh, Kayla Reyes, Breana Epperson, and Maddie Fuller

October 30, 2018


Filed under Boys Swimming, Move, Uncategorized

The boys swim team is known for their outstanding performance in the water, but the man behind their success is not often given the credit he deserves. Swim and Dive Coach Jacob Froeschner has pushed the swim members to compete at their best, and given them the resources to do so. A coach has a job m...

Playing to their strengths

Playing to their strengths

Melissa Hixson and Kaitlyn Nixon, Year

October 26, 2018


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Move

Each individual on the team has their own style and tricks, but what makes JV soccer so special is their way of communicating. Sophomore Delsin Toledo expresses the chemistry this team has and how they know each teammates’ strengths before they started playing together.      “We got to k...

The journey to state

The journey to state

Carlie Connors, Yearbook editor

October 23, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Tennis, Move

Senior Brynlee Hendricks and junior Mackenzie Jones were new doubles partners this tennis season. After many wins, the girls made their way to state. The state tournament took place in Springfield on Oct. 19-20. The path to earning a spot at state started with districts. At districts, the girls advanced...

Bonding in the water

Bonding in the water

Natalie Walsh, Kayla Reyes, Breana Epperson, and Maddie Fuller

October 12, 2018


Filed under Boys Swimming, Fall Sports, Move, Showcase

Francis Howell Central Boys Swim and Dive team participated in the Jaguar Invitational on September 22nd. The Jaguar Invitational is known for their harsh competitors, but more importantly, their t-shirt relay. Every team competes in a relay where four brave individuals swim through the water in a t-s...

Making a Statement

Making a Statement

Kaitlyn Nixon, Yearbook Editor

October 10, 2018


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Move

            At the freshman level, no one really pays much attention to their games and season. With a current impressive record of 6-2-1, freshman boys soccer has shown they have much more to prove than just being young and new. Having three games left in the season, the team has to find th...

Strong beginning, stronger end

Strong beginning, stronger end

Carlie Connors, Yearbook editor

October 9, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Tennis, Move

As the end of the season approaches, girls tennis has had a lot of matches recently including their senior night and one of the biggest tournaments of the season. The district tournament was held on Oct. 1-2 at Parkway Central High School. The team had high hopes of doing well, considering they ...

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