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Jacob Robinson

Jacob Robinson, Co-Sports Editor

Jacob Robinson, senior, is a Co-Sports Editor for the Marquette Messenger. This will be his second year on staff. He enjoys spending his free time taking photographs and going on walks. He is the senior class vice president.

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Due to the school bus driver shortage in recent years, Matt Nienhaus, math teacher, drives the track and field players back and forth to their meets.

Coach Learns to drive a bus

Jacob Robinson, Co-Sports editor
April 24, 2023
Jordan Stinehagen, senior, finished snowboarding down a slope at Hidden Valley in Feb 4. Stinehagen started snowboarding this year after skiing since he was a young kid.

Snowboarders Shred Slopes

Jacob Robinson, Co-Sports Editor
February 16, 2023
Often times I find myself scrolling through apps wasting time rather then being productive. These apps have become a major part of my life, and I wish that they werent.

Opinion: Put Down Your Phone

Jacob Robinson, Co-Sports Editor
February 15, 2023
Rick Strickland and Justin Rosen teach a lesson on how to use the Proteus machine. This technology informs athletes on what muscles to improve on.

Technology Transforms Training

Jacob Robinson, Co-Sports editor
December 19, 2022
Giavanna Garza, kindergartner, practices riding a bike at Ballwin Elementary after the school received bikes from Living On Two Wheels. “Only if I can go fast, I can ride a bike without training wheels,” Garza said.

Living On Two Wheels Gifts Bikes

Jacob Robinson, Co-Sports editor
October 20, 2022
Aubrey Adams (left) helps glue down rhinestones on fellow seniors Keelie Dwyers (right) jersey in preparation for the game tonight.

[Photo] Flag Football or Powderpuff?

Elle Devous, Staff Reporter
September 14, 2022
Swimmers of all grade levels participate in the swim team annual scavenger hunt that ventures around St. Louis. Tasks vary in nature and location to present a challenge to the team. While some tasks require only photos, others require purchases. Sophomores Nicola Downing and Liv Trost and junior Erin Huff had the task of buying a goldfish and taking pictures with their new pets.

Athletes Swear by Good Luck Charms

Jacob Robinson, Co-Sports Editor
April 10, 2022
Seniors Kenzie Petch (left) and Emily Warren (right) walk off the field at the end of the fourth quarter. The Mustangs played the Kirkwood Pioneers to a 1-1 tie but would lose 2-1 in overtime.

[Photo] Varsity Field Hockey Celebrates Senior Night

Ben Hughes, Executive Producer & Production Editor
October 2, 2021
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