Athletes go extra mile to recover; Students overcome obstacles

Lauren Seco, OP/ED Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

High school sports can provide entertainment, a strong work ethic, and even plentiful scholarships. While important, these activities can also provide students with harmful injuries. Junior Cameron LaPlante participates in both...

Goal keepers feel pressure; Strong line of defense protects team

November 1, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

Of all the fall sports in full swing this October, most involve a goalie. Sophomore Cole Wardle is the goalie for varsity soccer and describes being in goal, “a lot of pressure is on you, because you’re the last line of defense....

Riders earn varsity letters

Emmie Catrambone, Entertainment Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

When one hears the term “varsity letter”, the sports that immediately come to mind are standard ones like football, soccer, basketball, and lacrosse.  However, a new and upcoming sport capable of earning a varsity letter...

Young team fields success

Hailey Deares, SSC Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

According to Coach Mark Filliagi, the JV football team’s homecoming victory over C Milton Wright was the football program’s first win on the turf since its renovation. JV football has a 4-3 record and team is lead by team...

Volleyball teams compete for fun; Students participate in friendly after-school battle

Aleah Bikle, Reporter

November 1, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

On September 28, male and female students from the varsity volleyball teams came together to compete in a friendly co-ed match! This action-packed game allowed students from each team to showcase their best skills on the court! This...

Field Hockey winning streak ends with loss to CMW; Team prepares, practices for post-season play

Madison Zdon, Sports Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

The varsity field hockey team was on an impressive winning streak for much of the season after facing  challenging teams like Hereford, Maryvale, Fallston and more. The girls started out this season with a home game against...

Science fiction becomes reality; 3-D printing uses expand

Anna Fitzhugh, Business Manager

November 1, 2018

Filed under Health and Science, Showcase

Thirty years ago, when the movie Transformer was released, alien robots self generating damaged limbs, skulls, and brains was considered science fiction. Generating customized limbs and brains is now a reality, not only for al...

Halloween horros; What fear does to the body

Ellie Evans, Assistant News Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under Health and Science, Showcase

Walking home on a spooky October night, the sound of footsteps can be too close for comfort. Hearing a bone-shivering scream and a chainsaw quickly approaching, can leave you trembling.  Why? According to research done by...

Real life Frankenstein: CRISPR babies

Olivia Becker, Sports Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under Health and Science, Showcase

Students in Mrs. Joanna Dallam’s AP English classes have been discussing this controversial topic for a few weeks now. The class has finished reading Frankenstein and they have been comparing the science in the book to that o...

Simply satisfying

Cassidy Chandler, Features Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Student Features

There is no set in stone reason as to why we find certain slime or sand videos satisfying, but psychologists say that things like this tap into a part of our subconscious and it gives us a “just right feeling.” The part...

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