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1st Day of Spring Sports

As you look outside, and see the several inches of snow from this past weekend, it is hard to believe that today is the first day of spring sports! With that being said we are now in a mad dash to the end of the school year. This time of year flies, and the fact that

Girls Fall Short at Districts

The Hounds slow start proved costly in last nights opening round of district play vs. Visitation. The first six minutes of play was very slow on both ends of the court with most of the Visitation points coming from free-throws. Clayton knew it was going to be an uphill battle because of Visitations size, and struggled to

Greyhounds Lose to U-City in Districts

Fighting from behind almost the entire evening, the Clayton Greyhounds Boys Basketball team was able to briefly take the lead in the 4th quarter, only to see the Lions from U-City eventually win the game, 74-68. Clayton trailed 24-18 after the 1st quarter and 34-29 at the half, and had numerous chances to seize control of the game in the second

Painter Leads the Way for Wrestling

This past wrestling season has been a true test for the program. Numbers were really down, and there were large weight differences between wrestlers that were out for the team. This could have been a recipe for disaster as it made practices hard to partner up, but the team responded with incredible determination. There are

Girls Basketball Prepares for District Play

Tonight both the boys and girls basketball teams will begin the road to state as they enter district play. Clayton is part of Class 4 – District 4 basketball. On the girls side there are six other teams participating, five of which they have already played this season.  The only  team that Clayton did not play

Boys Basketball Prepares for District Play

Tonight both the boys and girls basketball teams will begin the road to state as they enter district play. Clayton is part of Class 4 – District 4 basketball. On the boys side there are five other teams participating, four of which they have already played this season.  The only team that Clayton did not

Captains Council Fights Against Cancer

For the 3rd year in a row, CHS teamed with Ladue High School to raise money for Cancer Research in our annual Coaches Vs Cancer game on Ferbruary 13, 2015 at Ladue. Captains Council spearheaded the CHS fundraising by selling t-shirts, selling personalized pink ribbons, and collecting donations. The total raised this year between the two schools was $4768.19.

CHS Girls Down McCluer on Senior Night

Even though there was only one Senior player being honored Thursday evening, the Girls Basketball team made sure Reeves Oyster went out in style. The Greyhounds jumped out to a 12-2 lead in the 1st quarter, and lead the entire night as they beat McCluer 45-32. The only Senior on the team, Reeves was recognized

Boys Start Fast, Top Normandy

The CHS Boys Basketball Team jumped out to a 24-9 1st quarter lead and then held off a 4th quarter challenge to defeat Normandy 51-41 last night. The game was part of the Suburban Central Crossover series that was cancelled because of the weather last Friday. Ralph Bellamy scored 16 and Mitch Elliott added 14

Girls Basketball Coasts Past Normandy

The Clayton High School Girls basketball Team jumped to an early lead against Normandy on Tuesday and coasted to victory, 46-13. CHS was up 26-3 at the half and was led in scoring by Claire Millet with 13 points. The game was a make-up of the Suburban Central Conference Crossover that had been cancelled last