Articles By: Jamie Snover

Morgan’s Japanese Muse

Morgan’s Japanese Muse

Cheyenne Morgan isn’t your average artist. Morgan fell in love with anime when she first started watching it when she was ten. “My first anime was “Naruto”. I started watching because I wanted to learn something new about Japan,” Morgan said. Morgan then started watching anime to pursue her interest in computer design and animation. One anime in particular stood […]

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The Rundown Episode 6

The Rundown Episode 6

Jamie Snover gives you a run down of sports for the week of 10/7 – 10/12.  

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The Rundown Episode 5

The Rundown Episode 5

Jamie Snover gives the run down of sports for the week of 9/30 – 10/5 as well as coverage of the varsity football game against East Wake.

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Persistent Prendergast

Persistent Prendergast

Broken bones cannot keep sophomore Vienna Prendergast off her feet. Her freshman year, she fractured her tibia during the McAlpine Greenway race in Charlotte, yet received a personal record (PR) for a 5K. The symptoms of a stress fracture came out a week before the race. Prendergast had severe shin splints– her leg was throbbing and swollen. “I almost started […]

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Back And Better Than Ever

Back And Better Than Ever

Fall athletics are usually filled with touchdowns and cross country meets. However, thanks to basketball coach Scotty Williams, basketball was able to make a pre-season appearance, and the court was reclaimed by alumni players. Saturday, Sept. 26 the first annual alumni basketball game took place. Players from any past season were allowed to team up and face off. Coach Scotty […]

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The Thirst is Real and Dangerous

The Thirst is Real and Dangerous

  Extreme thirst, headaches, dizziness and cramping are signs of dehydration — a problem athletes deal with almost every day. According to the Cornell Medical Center in New York, 75 percent of Americans are chronically dehydrated and this number may be higher in athletes. Dehydration has become especially prominent during this fall season. Many athletes this season have suffered from […]

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Canal’s Iron Man

Canal’s Iron Man

Real life superheros are hard to come by, but senior Brendan Canal knows an Iron Man in real life. Canal’s great uncle, Jose Roberto Canal, was a metallurgist and patented a design for ram block included in a blowout preventer. A blowout preventer is a mechanical device used to seal, control and monitor oil and gas wells. Blowout preventers were […]

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Cracking Up At Caswell

Cracking Up At Caswell

Fort Caswell is known for it’s breezy beaches, long-established forts and memorable experiences. Sophomore Remy Merkousko recalls a trip to Caswell during his eighth grade summer as “the most funny/humiliating thing that has ever happened to me.” Merkousko was asked to speak about his experience at Caswell in front of a crowd of 300 people. When he started to speak, […]

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Fresh, New Fieldhouse

Fresh, New Fieldhouse

Backhoes and bricklayers have settled into a background buzz behind the school. They have been working on a building that will store athletic equipment, add a new training facility and offer the football team a place to dress out and gather during halftime. However, many questions regarding the new million dollar fieldhouse have created a buzz inside the school as […]

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The Rundown Episode 1

The Rundown Episode 1

Jamie Snover gives a run down of all the sports for the first week of September.

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