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Girls Race Past U-City

The Clayton Girls Basketball team used three players in double figures as the emphasis for a much needed win, 59-39, over visiting University City last Friday. Ashley Johnson led the Hounds with 16 points followed by Brooke Jones with 15 and Claire Millet with 11. With the win, the Greyhounds improve to 6-7 for the year. Pictures from

Girls Basketball Falls at Villa

Despite being up at the half 19-13, the CHS Girls Basketball team was unable to hold the lead and fell at Villa Duchesne 50-37. Tati Benford led the Hounds with 8 points as they were outscored 18-7 in the final quarter to lose 50-37. The Girls Basketball team saw their record fall to 5-7. Clayton

Boys Basketball Comeback Downs Northwest

The Clayton Boys Basketball team used a big second half to overcome a 10 point halftime deficit and defeat Northwest Academy  51-44. The Greyhounds were down 31-21 at the end of the first half but outscored Northwest 13-5 in the 3rd quarter to get back in the game, and then took control in the final

Girls Swimming Falls to Ladue

Yesterday the Hounds took on conference rival Ladue and had over 20 “best times” by both veteran and freshmen swimmers. Unfortunately this was not enough to overcome the strength of a very tough Ladue team as they lost 66-118. The girls’ are starting to find their stride though, and it is starting to pay off. The

Painter takes 3rd at Suburban Wrestling Tournament

This past weekend the wrestling team participated in the toughest regular season tournament on the year, The St. Louis Suburban Conference Wrestling Championships. This years tournament consisted of 30 teams. The teams ranged from the smaller schools like Maplewood Richmond Heights at 349 students to Hazelwood West which has 2164 students. This really is a

Clayton’s progress shines through against Brentwood

Article written by By Jim Faasen of STLTODAY.com CLAYTON • On paper, the Clayton girls basketball team didn’t appear to have much of a chance against Brentwood. The sub-.500 Greyhounds had lost six games entering Monday’s contest, Brentwood just one. So much for won-loss records. Clayton took control early and never let up in rolling to a

Boys Basketball Falls to Westminster

The Hounds made a visit to Westminster, district rival, on a  Friday night looking to even the score after losing to the Wildcats 75-40 at the MICDS Tournament Quarterfinals. In his first career start, Shawn Benson scored the Hounds first points along with his five rebounds in the quarter, which helped the Hounds stay close

Volleyball Review 2014 – BLUEPRINT

What Clayton lacked in size, they made up for in scrappiness. The Greyhounds played a relentless schedule and went 12-17-2. They had strong wins over Principia, Brentwood and St. Clair. The team was led by senior captains Ryan Fletcher and Sydney Swinton. Fletcher led the team in points and was a four year varsity player.

Boys/Girls Cross Country Review 2014 – BLUEPRINT

Boys’ Cross Country Under coach Kurtis Werner, the Clayton boys’ cross country team is in the midst of a dynasty. For the fourth straight year, the Greyhounds won the District title and qualified for State. At State, the Greyhounds finished 13th. Sophomore Tom Cormier was the top individual qualifier, finishing 41st with a time of

Football Review 2014 – BLUEPRINT

Clayton football had a record breaking season. Junior Tyler Melvin had a breakout year, setting a new rushing record with 1,574 yards, along with a single game rushing record against Parkway West. Senior co-captain Jake Brown also set the record for career passing touchdowns. Both players were named to the first team All-Conference. Senior co-captain