Mallori White prepares to cheer for basketball

Seth Hudgins, Sports Editor

November 18, 2013

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During her first year as a varsity cheerleader, Mallori White uses her three years of experience to the very best. "Cheerleading is my favorite, I love supporting the athletic program and cheering for almost every sport," White...

Hudgins plans for baseball

Sydnie Bell, Photo editor

November 15, 2013

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A freshman with baseball as his passion, Seth Hudgins, also keeps his grades as number one in his priorities. Hudgins is in a few extra-curricular activities his freshman year. "I am in football, Junior Historians and Anchor...

Stanley supports team through cheering

Seth Hudgins, Sports Editor

November 6, 2013

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  As a junior backspot, Micayla Stanley spends her third year on varsity doing her best to contribute a positive attitude. Stanley enjoys cheer very much and continues to look forward to the students school spirit every...

Marco Reyes

Spring Coleman, Opinion Editor

November 6, 2013

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  Freshman Marco Reyes focuses on football, doing everything he can to help his teams success. “I have been playing football since seventh grade,” said Reyes. He has loved it ever since he set foot on the field. “Football...

Shaw plays football while anticipating track season

Spring Coleman, Opinion Editor

November 6, 2013

Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

Freshman football player Zachary Shaw competes on the gridiron till his favorite sport, track, begins. "I currently play wide receiver and free safety," Shaw said. Shaw is taking a risk of playing these positions. "The s...

Self hopes for playoff spot

Seth Hudgins, Sports Editor

November 6, 2013

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Being one of the few seniors on the football team, Rhett Self realizes that he needed to take the key role of being a leader. With him being the starting running back, he is in a spot where his teammates look up to him and see...

Altered books reflect student values

February 15, 2013

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    Most teachers encourage students to read books, but that’s not the case for art teacher Kari Callison. She wants them to destroy books and turn them into art.     For six years now, Callison’s art classes have...

Anderson looks forward to next ski trip

Bailey Gully, staff writer

December 20, 2012

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Feeling the wind in your hair as you fly down the mountain, this is what Riley Anderson anticipates as he puts on his skis for the first time 11 years ago. “Putting on the ski boots for the first time was hard and very uncomfortable,”...

Teachers enjoy Christmas break too

Emily Watson, staff writer

December 20, 2012

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At 12:30 in the afternoon Friday, December 21, the bell will ring, and students will leave the build to begin their Christmas Holiday. Teachers, however, begin their holiday much differently. After all of the students have finished...

Hearn hopes ‘to be a leader’

Peyton Stephens, staff writer

November 16, 2012

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Doug Hearn    The end. It’s looked at differently in every situation. When the boys take off their pads after their last seventh grade football game, there is some kind of sadness but the immediate mindset if that they sti...

Anderson looks forward to more football

Bailey Gully, staff writer

November 16, 2012

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 Most kids dream of being on varsity as a freshman, but few achieve it. Austin Anderson not only is on the varsity football team but he his also starting.  “I have always dreamed of playing on Friday nights in front of...

Video tech classes teaches production skills

Rikkilyn Hass, staff writer

February 15, 2012

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In video technology class students learn the technical parts of movies, behind the scenes parts of movies, and television production.  This class will help students if they are interested in a career of audio and video, learning...

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