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Many fans have voiced their opposition and protested the European Super League.

European Super League Will Ruin Soccer

Taryn Moore, Staff Reporter May 9, 2021

I have had a love for soccer since I was a little kid. I always watch my favorite teams play whether it be a normal league game or a big final. So when I found out about the new European Super League,...

Busch Stadium reopened for the start of the baseball season with only a small percentage of their total capacity. Seating was pretty spread out, Adam Withinton, senior, said. I definitely want to go to more games this season. Hopefully itll be max capacity.

Masks Up; Batter Up

Marin Ellington, Co-Sports Editor May 8, 2021

The crack of the bat sounded as Matt Carpenter, Cardinals third baseman, hit his first home run of the season in the bottom of the third inning Tuesday, April 13. Adam Withinton, senior, cheered from his...

Marquette Sports Talk Podcast: Episode 2

Pranav Sriraman, Staff Reporter April 19, 2021

Pranav Sriraman interviews Marquette Varsity Tennis athlete Edward Yue about his success this season, what drew him to tennis, and dives into how Yue prepares prior to each match.

Brian McBride (third in the top row) was a member of the soccer team at St. Louis University from 1990-1993. During his college career, he set school records for number of goals (72) and assists (40).

The First Soccer Capital of America: History of Soccer in St. Louis

Taryn Moore, Staff Reporter April 15, 2021

After failing to get bids in the past, St. Louis is officially getting a Major League Soccer (MLS) team in 2023 with the stadium to be located in the city with a capacity of 22,500 fans. Chris Kenny,...

Senior Reece Merifield, midfielder, chases down a ball in the Mustangs end with little pressure.

Athletes Spend Spring Break Training

Annie McGinnis, Co-Sports Editor April 13, 2021

“It’s exhausting,” Reece Merrifield, senior and varsity soccer player, said, “The most hectic part of being an athlete is the beginning of the season.” Over the week-long Spring Break, varsity...

Marquette Sports Talk Episode 1

Pranav Sriraman, Staff Reporter April 6, 2021

Pranav Sriraman interviews Marquette Varsity Baseball athlete Jack Holubowski about his expectations and preparation for the upcoming 2021 baseball season and gets insight into his commitment to Missouri...

Junior Ally Fitzgerald played with her varsity team in the Visitation Christmas Tournament after attending virtual school earlier that day.

Sports Teams Accommodate to Virtual Students

Rue Siddiqui, Social Media Editor March 14, 2021

The alarm goes off bright and early at 7:30 a.m. as junior Ally Fitzgerald, varsity basketball player, prepares for another day of virtual school. By 8:30 a.m., Fitzgerald is dressed and ready to log onto...

Varsity hockey lost to Christian Brothers College High School (CBC) in the Challenge Cup Championship Saturday, March 6.

Recap: MHS Hockey Season 2020-21

Carter Van Buskirk, Features Editor March 8, 2021

Varsity hockey lost to Christian Brothers College High School (CBC) in the Challenge Cup Championship Saturday, March 6. “I think we actually played fairly well as a team,” senior Ryan Farrell, left...

Luke Arens, senior, looks to see if he has a shot on goal during a water polo game against Parkway North last school year. MHS won with a final score of 15-8.

Spring Sports Return After Cancelled 2020 Season

Marin Ellington, Co-Sports Editor March 2, 2021

When the track and field season was delayed last spring due to the pandemic, Matt Nienhaus, head coach, assumed at the time that they would be out for a couple of weeks. After a few weeks of practice...

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