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Baseball Wins Behind Howard

The CHS Baseball team won their 2nd consecutive game behind a complete game pitching effort by Senior right hander John Howard, 2-1 over St Charles West on Monday. With one out in the 4th inning Chris Longman got a 2 strike RBI single and Andreas Peterman followed with a ground out RBI to give Howard

Girls Soccer Impressive in Opener

The CHS Girls Soccer team opened their season in impressive fashion on Friday scoring six times to defeat Lutheran South 6-0. Katherine Owings and Macy Mills both had two goals and Katherine Reeves only had to make one save to record the shutout. Gabby Boeger and Grace Monshausen each tallied a goal and an assist

Girls Lacrosse Dominates St Dominic

The CHS Girls Lacrosse team exploded for 16 goals in the season opener vs St Dominic on Thursday in a convincing 16-6 victory. Grace Harrison and Reeves Oyster each scored 3 goals in the victory. The Hounds started quickly and took a 10-5 lead into the halftime break before taking control in the 2nd half.

Baseball Wins Home Opener

The Clayton High School Baseball team was happy to be back in Clayton to open the home portion of their 2015 season. After a rough weekend in Marshall County, Kentucky where they dropped all 4 of their games, the Greyhounds used strong pitching,  improved defense, and timely hitting to defeat Carmel Illinois High School Wednesday 2-1. Max

Christian Thomas Named MVC – POW

Former CHS Graduate – Senior forward closed out regular season as the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week by averaging 20.5 points, 10.0 rebounds in two wins. Article from: http://www.loyolaramblers.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/030215aaa.html March 2, 2015 CHICAGO – Senior forward Christian Thomas (St. Louis, Mo./Clayton) closed out his final regular season in style, averaging 20.5 points and 10.0

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