• The girls basketball team will have a tryout meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 2:30 p.m. in Coach Leake's room. Anyone wanting to be on the team should attend.

  • This week's Real World Wednesday will focus on car maintenance. Come to the library on Oct. 11 during Seminar.

  • Arete pillar forms are due on Friday, Oct. 13. Forms can be found just inside the entrance and should be submitted to Room 2.

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Coming back from losses

Coming back from losses

Gracie Kruep, Staff Photographer

December 5, 2017


Filed under Galleries, Ice hockey, Move, Move, Winter Sports

     In a close back-and-forth match against Holt, the hockey team started out strong with a goal in the seventh minute. Keeping a lead for most of the first period, the Spartans were confident until, in the 13th minute, Holt capitalized on a goal and tied the game. Then, in the last 40 seconds of...

Harsh beginnings

Harsh beginnings

Gracie Kruep, Staff Photographers

November 16, 2017


Filed under 2017-18, Galleries, Ice Hockey, Move, Move, Winter

     In a very tough and stressful first match, the Spartan hockey team had high hopes for this season, hoping to have a better season than the year prior. Naturally, the team was determined to have a good game against Zumwalt West’s hockey squad. Though that was not the reality, our hockey squ...

Spartans take devastating loss to CBC

Spartans take devastating loss to CBC

Emily Hall, Staff photographer

November 9, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move

Fighting for a chance to advance to the final four, the boys soccer team battled hard throughout the game against CBC on Nov. 4, but an early goal resulted in a devastating 1-0 loss for the Spartans. Although the Spartans lost, senior goalie Logan Morris, looked back on the season. “I’m not...

Boys soccer lives another day

Boys soccer lives another day

Emily Hall, Staff photographer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move, Showcase

In a tense, even sectional matchup against Pattonville on Oct. 31 at Pattonville, the boys soccer team won 3-2, nine minutes into overtime. The Pirates had had several chances for a goal off of two free kicks, but the Spartans were the first to capitalize off a bouncing ball in the eight-yard box when...

Boys soccer gets by St. Dominic in PK’s

Boys soccer gets by St. Dominic in PK’s

Payton Amlong, Staff photographer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move

On Sept. 11, the varsity soccer team played St. Dominic. After a long-fought battle that went into double overtime and penalty kicks, the Spartans came out with a win. Even though the Spartans were losing 2-0 in the beginning of the game, they never stopped fighting. They were hungry for the win an...

Swim and dive team takes loss in tri-meet

Swim and dive team takes loss in tri-meet

Mahria Pruitt-Martin, Staff photographer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Boys Swimming, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move

On Sept. 13, the boys swim and dive was defeated by 9.7 points in the tri-meet against Holt, Howell, and St. Dominic. They came in last place with a score of 92.3. The boys swim and dive team sees this as practice and there next move would be to become first in their next upcoming meet. “We w...

A hard-fought victory

A hard-fought victory

Sam Cole, Staff photographer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move

On Sept. 12, the  JV soccer team faced off against Fort Zumwalt West. Although, the teams aren’t rivals this was an important game for the team. Coming off of a loss previously the JV team was worried that another loss would be in store for them here. But that was not the case FHC beat FZW 4-2. “I’m...

A district title

A district title

Gracie Kruep, Staff Photographer

October 30, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move

     Off to a quick start, the boys soccer District final against Fort Zumwalt West, went exactly as the team had hoped. One minute into the game Kurtis Rolfson puts in a very quick goal, putting the Spartans on the board faster than anyone had expected. In the 28th minute, senior, Caleb Mundle, so...

A successful senior night

A successful senior night

Zach Jones, Livestream Editor

October 30, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move

The boys soccer team won its senior night against Timberland 2-1. The start of the game was slow as any other soccer game goes, before the half the Spartans kicked it up a notch leaving the Wolves (Timberland) scoreless. The second half was going well until the Spartans goalie nearly missed a save making...

Swim team says goodbye to seniors

Swim team says goodbye to seniors

Grace James, Staff Photographer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Boys Swimming, Galleries, Move

The boys swim team faced Fort Zumwalt South on Oct. 11 at home on their Senior Night. The boys kept their lead throughout the whole meet and ended up bringing home a win of 107-79. The team kept a strong lead throughout the entire meet and never fell behind. Senior swimmer Cameron Zalmanoff explained...

Sending them off

Bryce Lee, Repoter

October 12, 2017


Filed under Girls Volleyball, Move

On Wednesday October 11, 2017, the girls volleyball team hosted the Fort Zumwalt East Lions to cap up Central’s last home game of the season. The night started off with a farewell ceremony for the seniors girls that participated in their final home game in front of the spartan fans and staff. Senior...

Howell game triggers more victories

Howell game triggers more victories

Olivia Fong, Staff Photographer

October 12, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Galleries, Move, Move

In a very tough soccer game against Francis Howell High, the Spartans were fighting to redeem themselves from their last game against our rivals. Last game against Howell, the Spartans lost in penalty shots and they wanted to seek revenge and take it out all over the field. After a long battle, the Sparta...

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