Archive for May 23rd, 2018

Fighting Proudly > Frustrating the opposing first seed was the highlight of senior Albert “Whittie” Boswell’s match against Clayton. “He was the best player in the state, so yeah I’d say he’s pretty tough,” Boswell said. Boswell was proud of his performance at the match, playing a challenging match is something that reminds Boswell of his passion for the sport. Photo by Jessica Walker.
Raking it up > With bases loaded, freshman Connor Hill walks up to the plate and does his usual routine before the pitch. “First I take a deep breath, then fix my batting gloves and think about what I’m going to do,” Hill said. “Then finally I tap the plate in the shape of a cross to thank god for letting me have the opportunity, then I do what I do”. Photo by Luke Roberts

Far and Hard

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Special Olympics

Special Olympics

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Do Seniors Let Senioritis Affect Them?

Do Seniors Let Senioritis Affect Them?

As the end of senior year quickly falls to an end, many seniors have given up on doing their assignments during the last couple months of the school year. The onset of senioritis has kicked in once college applications have been filled out and submitted, after long school breaks have come and passed, and even since the beginning of the […]

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Down and dirty>Coming in for the first run of the game, freshman Johnathan “Luke” Roberts slides across the plate to avoid being tagged. “I felt great because it was the first run of the game,” said Johnathan “Luke” Roberts. Photo by Anthony Tomasko.

Eye on the Ball

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Senior Walk

Senior Walk

A couple weeks before graduation, the seniors take an annual walk down memory lane and show the elementary and middle school students what hard work looks like. The seniors have different purposes for the walk. Some think it’s about motivating the younger grades to stay in school, but for senior Kiley Van-Ryn, the purpose is to acknowledge her success. “Our […]

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