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CLAYTON vs. Ladue – THIS FRIDAY 1/19/18

As always, the Ladue game has a special feel to it, but it is always special when we get to HOST. The Hounds are focused on their current games ahead but preparation behind the scenes has begun as it is also our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game. Our Coaches vs. Cancer game is a joint effort between both

Coaches vs. Cancer Games at Clayton – 1/19/2018

This year’s Coaches vs. Cancer games will be Friday, January 19th at Clayton High School STUBER GYM. Captains’ Council will be selling t-shirts for $15.00 and pink memorial ribbons for $1.00 during all lunches this week. (Shirts for sale $15 during Lunch Periods) Admission to the games next week will be $2.00 and you MUST show your i.d.

Preparation for Clayton vs. Ladue BEGINS

This Friday, January 19th is a big night for Clayton Athletics as the Hounds take on our border rival Ladue in both boys and girls basketball. Lower level games will begin at 4pm, with the girls varsity scheduled for 5:30pm and boys varsity at 7pm in STUBER GYM. This will also be our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game. Captains

SCHEDULES, SCHEDULES, SCHEDULES, SCHEDULES……

Please click the icon below for all game and practice schedules. Schedules can also be found within your team page/calendar/STLTODAY/This Week in Sports/ical feeds..etc but this is just another way to access the master link for all sports. We appreciate your patience. GO GREYHOUNDS!

SCHEDULES/Articles/Scores/Rosters/Stats – STL TODAY

Below you will find links to our articles, scores, rosters and stats as listed in STL Today. These links are being provided to quickly access detailed information on your favorite teams here at Clayton High School. STL Today is the data center for stats and scores not only for Clayton but all high schools in

SCHEDULES – This Week in Sports

Below is this sports schedule for the week. You can also access the Greyhounds’ full athletic schedule by clicking here. WINTER SPORTS This Week in Sports 1-15-18 This Week in Sports 1-4-18 thru 1/13 These Weeks in Sports 12-18-17  (INCLUDES 2 Weeks – FINALS/WINTER BREAK) This Week in Sports 12-11-17 This Week in Sports 12-4-17 This Week in

Conference Newsletter – “THE SUBURBAN” – Fall Edition 2017

THE SUBURBAN A Review of the 2017 Fall Season   Oakville High School – Golf Girls have success in District golf tournament. Four GIRLS COMPETED IN THE DISTRICT GOLF TOURNAMENT HELD AT ABERDEEN GOLF COURSE. EACH GIRL WAS SUCCESSFUL ON MONDAY AND HAD A GREAT TOURNAMENT. WHILE SOPHOMORE BETH HAGAN’S SEASON ENDED TUESDAY SHE HAD

Fall Sports Recap 2017

The Greyhounds capped off another great season this past fall as they sent multiple teams into district championship competition and beyond. The Hounds were led by their Boys Cross Country and Boys Swimming teams. Cross Country continued their success as they returned to the State Meet for the 8th year in a row.  The team

Field Hockey SENIOR Night – 10/12/17

Just a reminder we will be celebrating our SENIOR Field Hockey players this Thursday 10/12/17 at 4:15pm vs. Lindbergh. Introductions will be before game time. Senior parents please be sure to be there no later than 4:00pm.   Thu, October 12, 2017 **Senior Night** Girls Varsity Field Hockey  vs Lindbergh High School 4:15 PM Clayton

FH – Public School Tournament

The girls Field Hockey team will play in the Public School Tournament this week on October 3, 5 and 7. Clayton will be in the Silver Division and take on Oakville at U-City, 5:30pm Tuesday 10/3. Their next game will be on 10/5 but time, location and opponent are TBD. Tournament bracket below: Field Hockey

Field Hockey Falls to Parkway South

Varsity dominated their game, but an unfortunate goal by Parkway South came with 20 seconds left in the game leaving the Hounds with a 1-0 loss. It was a well fought battle throughout the entire match! Ingrid Stahl made a guest appearance as goalie and played extremely well. The entire team worked hard getting the