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U. City Rugby Team is off to a strong start.

Matthew Robinson

December 15, 2010

Filed under Sports

Known as a mix of soccer and American football, rugby has blown up from a simple football game in England to a worldwide sport, played in countries like Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and has become well known...

Girls Swimming starts with a Splash

Kevin Luber and Kevin Luber

December 14, 2010

Filed under Sports

Wasting no time getting to the Natatorium after school, the girls’ swim team on Dec. 7 got ready for their showdown with Clayton with warm-ups and stretches. “Of course I am going to win,” said junior Ariel Neely. “I’m...

Sports Update

Matthew Russell

December 6, 2010

Filed under Sports

The U. City Boys Basketball team edged out Hazelwood East on Friday, Dec 3, with a final score of 66-64. Hazelwood kept a few point lead over the Lions, until the fourth quarter, when the Lions pulled it together and racked up...

Sports Update

December 1, 2010

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Last Weekend, the Lions pulled off a victory over the number two seeded Soldan Tigers on Thanksgiving Day. They followed up with a victory over the number three seeded home team Borgia Knights on Friday in the semi-finals. The...

The Pink Ribbon comes to U. City

Martika Green and Matthew Russell

November 15, 2010

Filed under Sports

The U.City volleyball tournament against Ritenour on Oct. 8 was festooned in bright pink ribbons to support the Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Chad Kish, athletic director, wanted all of our teams to participate because he wanted t...

Homecoming Game ends in a loss

William Mitchell

November 10, 2010

Filed under Sports

The University City Lions went head to head, ending in a loss with the Clayton Greyhounds at their homecoming game . To start the big event, the University City Marching Lions took the field and played the national anthem led ...

Speak softly and carry a Big Stick

Ethan Farber

November 10, 2010

Filed under Sports

Thunk!  The spectators shout. Less than 60 seconds into the game, sophomore Ali Hines has scored the first goal against Oakville. “That’s the way!” cheers parent Mike McCray as he watches. “Go Lions!” While the gam...

Pep Rally Sets the Tone for First Home Football Game

Evian Brooks

October 5, 2010

Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

On Friday, September 3, newly appointed Athletic Director Chad Kish decided to surprise staff and students with a pep rally to celebrate the first football home game of the season. “The pep rally was not a full blown pep...

On the Road Again- Coach Profile

October 5, 2010

Filed under Sports

By Ethan Farber With all the construction going on, it seems that University City High School is getting a new look.  But even with this new face, we still having some old ones lurking—or in this case, running—around. James...

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