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Soccer team enters CYC tournament

Cory Schmitt

September 22, 2010

The varsity boys soccer has entered play in the 56th Annual CYC St. Louis-area soccer tournament with a record of 5-2-2. This includes a 1-0 loss to Timberland High School last Thursday. Timberland had ended the Spartans’ state run last year, defeating them in district play. According to junior mi...

Runners face ‘man makers’

Karley Canova

September 22, 2010

Although this past race, which took place on Saturday, Sept. 18, was not affected by the weather’s rage, the natural terrain took toll on the runners. This race was held on a course that has made it into national magazines due to its large amount of hills. According to Coach Michelle Breuer, the magaz...

Football team makes improvements

Ellen Hinze

September 22, 2010

On Friday, the Francis Howell Central varsity football team lost to the Rockwood Summit Falcons. The final score was 56-20, but that is not getting the football team down. “We learn from our mistakes,” said Coach Todd Berck. “I’m disappointed because we are a better football team than that, a...

Varsity volleyball anchors first loss

Julianna Smith

September 22, 2010

This week, the girls varsity volleyball lost one match to Kirkwood High School in the St. Charles West Invitational tournament on Saturday, Sep. 11. However, the team placed second in the tournament and this loss to Kirkwood has been the girls’ only loss all season. On Monday, the girls defeated ...

Swimmers perform well in Tri-Meet

Ted Noelker

September 22, 2010

On Wednesday, Sept. 15, the varsity boys swam in a competitive meet against sister schools Howell and Howell North. According to Head Coach Andrew Morgan, the Tri-Meet was a huge success. "There was a lot of positive energy behind the races at this meet," said Coach Morgan. "Even though we didn't win...

Emily Klobe brings team to a winning finish

Ellen Hinze

September 17, 2010

In their last match on Monday, the Francis Howell Central Spartans Lady’s Golf team took the win from Holt High. Senior Emily Klobe, brought the team to the finish with her individual score of 48 strokes. “I am proud of the match. I got a birdie and a couple pars so I feel good,” said Klobe. ...

Boys swim with strong strokes

Ted Noelker

September 15, 2010

According to Head Coach Andrew Morgan, the varsity boys swim team had a tough past week but were able to pull it together when it counted this weekend. Due to the Labor Day holiday, the team was only able to practice at the Rec-Plex two times before its meet against Chaminade on Thursday, Sept. 9. ...

Storm creates muddy course for runners

Karley Canova

September 14, 2010

On Saturday, runners slipped around in the muddy terrain of Forest Park. There were five races that included members from Francis Howell Central that carried on through day. “It’s a fast course, and they were supposed to have fast times. But it was just slow,” said Head Coach Michelle Breuer. ...

Footballers working for a better tomorrow

Ellen Hinze

September 13, 2010

At its last away game, the Spartan varsity football team started off strong, with a 91-yard drive. The score was 6-0 when half time came around. Things took a turn for the worse with two interceptions, a kickoff return and a touchdown by the Holt Indians. “We need to be a more physical football ...

Emily Klobe becomes leader

Ellen Hinze

September 13, 2010

Six girls. Nine holes. One coach. Mr. Bob Storts, the girls golf coach, has seen improvement in the amount of strokes the girls have been taking. “The girls missed the first week of practice due to the heat advisory over the summer,” said Coach Storts. “Emily Klobe has really been doing well. ...

Cross country runs first meet

Karley Canova

September 10, 2010

On friday, Sept. 3, the cross country team had its first meet of the season. Head Coach Michelle Breuer says that they did okay, but not great. “We told them not to worry so much about their times, but we thought they’d do better,” said Mrs. Breuer. In this specific race, there were two hun...

Spartans fall to Cadets

Ellen Hinze

September 7, 2010

On Friday, the seats were filled at the football field, the popcorn was popped at the concession stand, and the players were ready to play. The band was fired up; the cheerleaders were cheering. Blue and silver was seen everywhere one looked until Christian Brothers College took the field. The gold and ...

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