Why We Should Stop Dwelling on the Cardinals’ Postseason Run

Jack Barker, Sports Editor

October 23, 2019

The Cardinals did not have a horrible season, and I’m tired of hearing that they did. Look, a team that was nearing the bottom half of the division at the all-star break ended up in the NLCS, when it really seemed that it...

Tigers Close Out the Season With Win at Home

Jack Pifer, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

Friday Oct. 18 was an emotional game for the many seniors on the EHS football team. For the senior boys their very last home game was a victory over O’Fallon. Going into the fourth quarter tied with just under 10 minutes...

EHS Routs West Ahead of Homecoming

Jack Barker, Sports Editor

October 18, 2019

As the student section slowly piled in decked out in their school spirit gear, there was a fun energy around the game on Oct. 11 against Belleville West. Why you might ask? It was the homecoming game. While the  game began...

Laub Advances to State

Jack Pifer, Staff Writer

October 18, 2019

EHS boys golf placed sixth at sectionals on Oct. 14; EHS senior Trevor Laub, who shot 77, will be the only Tiger advancing to the state tournament this weekend. “I’m happy to be able to play at state, but I’m a little...

EHS boys Golf Prepares for Sectionals After Regional Win

Jack Barker, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

The EHS boys golf team did something that it has not done in two years: lift the regional champions plaque. After losing to O’Fallon last year by a mere three strokes, the team would not be defeated this year, being carried...

EHS Boys Soccer Hosts Successful Senior Night

Cassi Reaka, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

The EHS varsity soccer team beat Belleville West 5-0 during the senior night game on Oct. 3. The team honored its 16 seniors before the game. According to senior Alan Ebert, this is a large amount of seniors compared to previous...

EHS Girls Swim Returns from Two-Meet Weekend

Jack Pifer, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

The EHS girls swim team competed twice over the extended weekend with a dual meet win over O’Fallon on Oct. 3 and a fifth-place finish at the Jane Caliendo Invitational on Oct. 5. The 200-yard relay was one of the many first...

Girls Tennis Secures Comeback Win Against O’Fallon

Jack Pifer, Staff Writer

September 19, 2019

The EHS girls tennis team persevered through early losses to take the Southwestern Conference win over O’Fallon on Sept. 12. After losing two singles matches and one doubles match early on, EHS stepped up its game with singles...

Tigers Place 12th At First to the Finish Invitational

Jack Barker, Sports Editor

September 19, 2019

The EHS cross country team participated in the 10th edition of the First to the Finish Invitational on Sept. 14, the same course where the state race is held. While the team placed 12th overall with 379 total points, it fell...

EHS Suffers Loss In First Home Game

Hannah Thompson, Staff Writer

September 12, 2019

Dressed head to toe in white-out clothes, hundreds of cheering students watched the EHS football team face off against a difficult opponent last Friday.  The Tigers suffered a 44-27 loss to the Christian Brothers College High...

Boys Soccer Takes Second In Metro Cup

Jack Pifer, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

The EHS boys soccer team won its final game of the Metro Cup on Aug. 31. The 2-1 win against Marion puts the Tigers at 2-1 for the season. That game also marked coach Mark Heiderscheid’s 300th win. “Part of me is also...

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