Month: January 2015

JV Wrestling

By: Connor Mills The JV wrestling season is underway, and the wrestling team is very excited,especially the underclassmen who are wrestling at the high school for the first time. However, Coach Folk said, “My expectations for JV wrestling are the…

Is Band a Sport?

By: Anastasia Nicholas  Marching band may not be traditionally considered a sport, but think about it. Hundreds of band members must perform the same complex choreography in perfect unison while simultaneously carrying heavy instruments and concentrating on making said instruments…

The Downfall of Kobe Bryant

By: Mike Kyle II A wheel gets pushed down a hill. Rolling and rolling, picking up speed. Twisting and wobbling trying to maintain its balance. No one knows when the wheel will stop, when all the speed will be lost,…

The Man Who Luckily Is Not The President

By Taya Molloy Following the family of Republican and former presidential candidate Mitt Romney throughout two elections, the documentary “Mitt” shows a different side to the presidential race. Mitt Romney was a Republican presidential candidate in the 2008 election and…

What Athletes Do in the Offseason to Stay in Shape

By Erika Emch Students can be involved in many sports at the high school, such as cross country, football, baseball, soccer, wrestling, and many more. During the sports season, students can work to improve their game, beat personal records, and…

Make Sure You’re In Town to See “Urinetown” This Spring

By Erika Emch This year’s spring musical, “Urinetown,” is a charismatic, humorous show that will hit the stage at the end of March. Musical director Mr. Bergeron said, “Mrs. Dolar [theater director] and I have talked quite a bit about…

“The Fault in Our Stars”: A Review

By: Anastasia Nicholas This summer, Josh Boone’s film adaptation of John Green’s number-one bestseller, “The Fault in Our Stars,” took the box office by storm. His only other film to date is “Stuck In Love,” a modest success; TFIOS has…

Movie Review: “The LEGO Movie”

By: Erin Simonek You see LEGOS all the time, but imagine shrinking down to live in a world of them! This is what “The LEGO Movie” created for millions when it was released into theaters. The setting is in the…

Newsies Stop the World

By Erika Emch The musical “Newsies,” produced by Disney, follows the story of a band of newsboys who survived by selling newspapers around New York City during the turn of the 20th century. These boys were referred to as “newsies.”…

Why “Rudy” Is The Best Sports Movie Of All Time!

By: Connor Mills Rudy! Rudy! Rudy! Rudy! Rudy! When you look up the words inspirational, hard working, dreamchaser, and die-hard you will find the name Daniel E. Ruettiger, otherwise known as  Rudy, whose story became a big hit and everybody…