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Photo Gallery: Senior Night

Molly Johnson, senior, walks the track alongside her parents. Mystique, Marching Band, and Cheerleading were all honored during half time.

Jeff Swift, Sports Editor

October 16, 2019

Varsity Cheer Continues Second Year of Strength Training Curriculum

(Center) Melody Hollenbeck, senior, lands after doing a jump squat during Advanced Strength Training. Hollenbeck took the course after being encouraged by her cheer coaches.

Jackson Estwanick

October 15, 2019

Before and after school, at tumbling practice and at games, Abbey Gradle, head cheer coach, works with her teams to improve. Last school year, the team added more time to their practice schedule, as she and the other cheer coaches encouraged the varsity team to enroll in Beginning Strength Training....

Calendar Changes Interfere with Sports

Jake Embleton, junior, drives the ball down field in a match against De Smet Jesuit.

Marta Mieze, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 6, 2019

Last year, a week after the end of the school year, Stone Burke, junior, headed to the track and field State Championships. However, next year due to the House Bill 604, which passed on July 11, Burke might have to miss his final exams in order to attend the State meet again.  The Bill establ...

Photo Gallery: Homecoming Game

Players from Lindbergh High School’s team, the Flyers, shake hands with the Mustangs as a show of good sportsmanship following the game. The Mustangs won 37 to 14.

Kavya Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2019

Girls Tennis and National Alliance on Mental Illness to Host Suicide Awareness Fundraiser

A tennis ball lies on the MHS tennis courts, adorned with a lime green ribbon that represents mental health awareness. Members of the MHS chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) distributed the ribbons to teachers, along with flyers informing readers on national suicide prevention month, recognized in September.

Jackson Estwanick, Executive Producer

October 2, 2019

The girls tennis team and the MHS chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) are hoping to serve an ace this weekend at their co-organized fundraiser, Swing for Change.  For $15, players of all ages and abilities can face members of the girls tennis team from 2-4 p.m on Oct. 5 on the M...

Impact of Major League Soccer on St. Louis Football Club

The logo of STLFC. Currently, this is the oldest active professional soccer club in the metro area.

Jeff Swift, Sports Editor

September 27, 2019

So, It’s official. Major League Soccer (MLS) is coming to St. Louis in 2022. This comes after years and years of applications, elections and even a castigation of the project by former Governor Eric Greitens. But through the opposition and tribulation, the city spoke, and it said it wanted the team....

Taking a Tumble: MHS Cheerleader Recovers from Major Back Injury

Abby Kaber, junior, poses with Melody Hollenbeck, senior, in their MHS cheer uniforms. Kaber is a part of the MHS varsity cheer team.

Jen Bosche, Managing Editor

September 23, 2019

When Abby Kaber, junior, was 11, she was at the peak of her gymnastics career. She competed floor, bar, vault and beam for Olympiad Chesterfield. She even scored a top score on her floor routine and beat out all 330 competitors in the state of Missouri. Unfortunately, after having back pain for tw...

Undefeated Mustangs Look to Continue Dominance

Chris Kreh, junior, runs into the endzone during the fourth quarter of Friday’s game against Kirkwood High School. Kreh is the St Louis area’s leading touchdown scorer with 11 touchdowns.

Jeff Swift, Sports Editor

September 19, 2019

The end of the 2018 Mustang football season left a lot of questions in the minds of fans. With departures from key players such as Kyle Mill and Blake Fischer, Class of 2019, among many others, including Head Coach Matthew Klein, some wondered what would happen as the team would be left with a new c...

Hyde Takes Position as Co-Coach of Girls’ Tennis

Joshua Hyde, history teacher, leads the j.v. girls tennis team in a series of drills prior to practice. He has become a co-coach of the girls’ tennis team this year with Alex Nelle, history teacher.

Mansi Mamidi, Copy Editor

September 3, 2019

Joshua Hyde, history teacher, has begun co-coaching girls’ tennis this year with Alex Nelle, history teacher.  Nelle coached girls tennis with Matthew Del Pizzo, history teacher, for 12 years before Del Pizzo stepped down. Because Hyde is a fresh face, Nelle said he brings a lot of new enthusiasm and excitement to the team. “He brings ...

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