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STL to get an XFL team

St. Louis is on track to get an Extreme Football League (XFL) team for the 2020 comeback season.

Rene Moore, Assistant Online Editor

February 11, 2019

Michael Stewart, assistant football coach, said he was excited when he heard the news of the possibility of St. Louis getting an Extreme Football League (XFL) team. “As a football coach you always wanna see any sort of a professional level being played in your hometown of St. Louis,” Stewart ...

STL’s Reactions to Rams Playing in Superbowl LIII Justified

On Feb. 3, 2019 the Patriots will play the Rams in Superbowl LIII. The match up has left many St. Louisans unsure of who to root for. Logo by the National Football League.

Rene Moore, Assistant Online Editor

January 30, 2019

The Patriots beat the Chiefs 37-31 and the Rams beat the Saints 26-23 both on Jan. 20. That means this Sunday the Patriots will play the Rams in Super Bowl LIII. For most people in St. Louis, there’s not a good option to root for. The Patriots have appeared in  the Super Bowl 10 times since...

MHSNews | Ballin’ For A Cure

MHSNews | Ballin' For A Cure

Jackson Estwanick and Jen Bosche

January 5, 2019

On Friday, January 4, Student Council, along with the basketball and cheer programs, hosted Ballin' for a Cure to raise money for cancer research.

Softball Coach Steps Down After 16 Seasons of Coaching

Amy Doyle high fives Tayler Emerson, senior, following a triple in the quarter finals game.

Jackson Estwanick, Production Editor/ Executive Producer

December 18, 2018

Sixteen years of coaching came to an end late last month when Amy Doyle, head softball coach, announced that 2018 would be her last season leading the team. Doyle said she decided to resign because she wanted to spend more time with her family, as well as be involved with more building committees ...

Varsity Hockey Starts Season with a Bang

Trevor Keune, senior varsity captain, and Drew Cuba, junior, assist in defending the net.

Jen Bosche, Online Editor in Chief

December 13, 2018

The MHS varsity hockey team took on Westminster in the Wickenheiser rematch game on Thursday, Dec. 6. The Mustangs managed to take home a 4-2 win, redeeming their tragic loss in the Finals last season. Senior Trevor Keune, varsity captain, is pleased with the win. “Knowing how they took somethin...

Mystique Wins at Regionals

The Mystique team won first at their poms dance and second in their jazz routine this past Saturday at Regionals. Kenzie Mckeon, Mystique coach, said, “It’s just really icing on the cake to get first.”

Jilian Bunderson and Sarah Harris

December 6, 2018

The Mystique team huddles together, hand in hand, as they wait for the announcer to say it - the winner of the poms dance. Screams erupt from the huddle as their names are announced. They just placed first. On Saturday, varsity Mystique performed at Regionals, placing first in 3A Poms and second in 3A...

Winter Guard Prepares for Upcoming Season

The Winter Guard, directed by Melissa Wilson, art teacher, practices their 2019 show. The show is inspired by pop art.

Alyssa Shellabarger, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018

At the end of their 2018 season, Winter Guard moved up a division from Scholastic AA to Scholastic A, the highest division for a high school team. The divisions in Winter Guard are based upon skill level, and the MHS Winter Guard was moved mid-season to Scholastic A after placing first in all of the...

Mystique Going to Regionals

The Varsity Mystique girls hold an early-morning practice before Regionals to make the dance as flawless as possible. These girls have practices three times a week - twice after school and one before school.

Sarah Harris and Jilian Bunderson

December 1, 2018

From practices to showcases, the Mystique team has been preparing for Regionals - a competition they perform at annually. In preparation, the team learned their dance in the summer and has been practicing three times a week for two hours. Lizzy Larocco, senior, is one of the members of Mystiqu...

Soccer Wins Districts Over Oakville 2-0

Jacob Quinn, Senior, Takes a shot during a practice following the team’s victory over Oakville.

Jeff Swift, Sports Editor

November 11, 2018

Following a 2-point victory over Parkway South in the District three championship game, marking the first Conference victory by the Mustangs since 2014, the soccer team has continued their postseason drive with a shutout victory against the Oakville Tigers. Now with 20 wins and 3 losses, the team is c...

Softball Wins Quarterfinals, Heads to State

The softball team meets before the start of the Quarterfinals game on Oct. 20 at MHS. The team faced Oakville tigers.

Marta Mieze, Copy Editor

October 21, 2018

One game. Two teams. Six innings. Now heading to State once again. Yesterday, Oct. 20, softball competed against Oakville Tigers in Quarterfinals at MHS. Mustangs won 12-2 and are heading to State next week. Senior Annah Junge, pitcher, said the game had a bumpy start with Tigers scoring two runs in the first ...

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