Men’s Soccer Suffers Tough Loss, Ends State Title Bid

Men’s Soccer Suffers Tough Loss, Ends State Title Bid

Michael Alpuin, Managing Editor

The men's soccer team suffered a tough 2-1 loss Tuesday night against Bloomingdale. After a win last week against Seminole High School in the Regional Quarterfinal, ...  Read More »

Feb 2

Elevator Back in Service

Leigh Dittman, Copy Editor

Due to the power outage Monday afternoon, the elevator did not function Tuesday. Students using the elevator for medical reasons faced a serious problem with getting to classes throughout the day. How was someone in a wheelchair or crutches expected to make it to the second floor? The APs were trying their best but it was a big mess that was extremely...  Read More »

Dec 2

Seniors Struggle to Meet Deadlines for College Applications

Seniors Struggle to Meet Deadlines for College Applications

Kayla Mutunhu, Editor-in-Chief

It’s the most stressful time of year for seniors—college applications are coming due. Students are scrambling to perfect and submit their applications...  Read More »

Oct 29

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Holiday Spirit Week: Day Three- White Out/Winter Gear

December 16, 2015

On the third day of Winter Spirit Week, students dug through their closets and brought out their big jackets and white clothing. Today, students were...  Read More »

Holiday Spirit Week: Day Two- Holiday Hats

December 15, 2015

Day two of Winter Spirit Week has brought out the funnies and the classics of winter hats. From red Santa hats to Olaf heads, all are represented. Last...  Read More »

Seat belt Week Encourages Safety

December 7, 2015

For the encouragement of safety in cars and students to wear their seat belts, the school’s Senate developed the idea of  “Seatbelt Spirit Week.” The...  Read More »

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It’s Never Too Early for Christmas

Hannah Reasor, Entertainment Editor

Christmas: A holiday that many people celebrate and many stores materialize, which seems to come sooner and sooner every year. Many people do not believe that Christmas...  Read More »

December 10, 2015

In the Present Excited About Presents

December 9, 2015

It’s the most wonderful time of the year-- almost. The excitement of Christmas is unbearable; you’ve been waiting...  Read More »

SAT Score Delays Lead Students to Question College Board’s Reliability

December 3, 2015

College Board has recently been experiencing nationwide interruptions in sending students’ Scholastic Aptitude Test scores...  Read More »

Traditional Thanksgiving with a Twist

November 20, 2015

Growing up in a Hispanic household, my meals are slightly different than the traditional thanksgiving meals as everyone else...  Read More »

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Pink Out Takes Over the School

Pink Out Takes Over the School

Brianna Maxey, Staff Writer

Yesterday was the kick-off of the 2015 Spirit Week. Pink-Out has been successful in previous years so it was recycled again this year. Some students participated by wearing...  Read More »

October 6, 2015

Featured Cowboy: Andrew Carswell

Featured Cowboy: Andrew Carswell

Michael Alpuin, Managing Editor

For most students, public dance is an activity performed once a year at Homecoming, but for Junior Andrew Carswell it is a means to fuel his positive spirit and boost the m...  Read More »

September 11, 2015

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Football Team Revival for Next Year

Football Team Revival for Next Year

Leigh Dittman, Staff Writer

Last school years’ undefeated JV football team will be reunited and ready to dominate next season. The JV Cowboys claimed victory in each of their battles last season,...  Read More »

October 29, 2015

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Cross Country team starts off the season on high note

September 11, 2015

On Tuesday Sept. 8, the Cross Country team made a run for it in the 5,000 meter finals at Al Lopez Park. In the race against...  Read More »

New baseball coach steps up to bat

February 23, 2015

With this season only recently starting, the baseball team will have completed two games with a score of one win and one...  Read More »

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Track goes for fresh new run

February 16, 2015

This year the track team lost one of their longest running head coaches. Coach Jeff Ditman most well-known for running the...  Read More »

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Demotus Returns, Inspires Students

Demotus Returns, Inspires Students

Nick Delrio, Opinions Editor

In the year of 2014, our school had a secret talent and potential super star rapper roaming its halls. Little did the students, or Demotus himself, know what awaited him...  Read More »

November 2, 2015

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