Barbershop quartet wakes up crowd

Barbershop quartet wakes up crowd

Alli Flynt, Editor-in-Chief November 17, 2022

With his legs shaking out of control and his eyes focused solely on the microphone in front of him, unable to acknowledge the crowd ahead, senior Dutch Leidlich takes a deep breath and sings the first...

Payne puts the hurt on his opponents

Ross Felder, Reporter October 27, 2022

Boxing is a staple of Ethan Payne’s high school life. Through the highs and lows, he stays true to the art of boxing and puts in the hard work necessary to succeed in his sport. Long hours of training...

Students create spikeball club

Merrick Mims, Reporter October 27, 2022

Junior Kreyton Carney dives backwards for the ball, and just as it is about to slip past his fingers, he swiftly flings it towards his teammate to finish off the opponent. The ball is moving too fast,...

Students share meaning behind tattoos

Students share meaning behind tattoos

Greer McAllister, A&E Section Editor September 19, 2022

The buzzing of the needle fills the room as it splatters black ink through the air. Lines and patterns trace skin in rich, careful detail. Around 26% of people in the United States have at least one tattoo,...

Choir Cares program sparks community of giving

Jake Myers, Website Manager January 19, 2022

The Choir Cares program created by director Mr. Clint Pianalto has reached several kids and families in the community, especially around Christmas time. The program, created a decade ago, started small...

Student learns history through unique hobby

Student learns history through unique hobby

Alli Flynt, Editor-in-Chief January 5, 2022

Inspired by his grandfather and his own love for American History, junior Braydon Byrd has accumulated a collection of over 3,000 coins in the past 8 years. Byrd purchases coins from a local coin shop...

Male-dominated sport appeals to female athlete

Jake Myers, Website Manager January 5, 2022

Junior Capella LaJuan has grown to love a sport that most wouldn’t bring up in the typical high school girl’s sports conversation. This sport is rugby. Rugby has an old school physicality to it,...

Student combines passion for art with celebration of culture

Student combines passion for art with celebration of culture

Alli Flynt, Editor-in-Chief December 15, 2021

Rich culture collides with artistic passion as senior Lou Ortega molds a block of clay into her new favorite art piece. Ortega has been creating art since elementary school, but this is the first time...

Famous students photo spotted around school

“Famous” student’s photo spotted around school

Audrey Marvin, News Section Editor December 1, 2021

When junior Audrey Rogers decided to make an unconventional face for her school yearbook photo in early September, she had no idea that the same picture would be seen in classrooms, hallways, and lanyards...

Students with autoimmune disease hope to eliminate sterotypes

Nate Kingsbury, Assistant Editor November 5, 2021

Since sophomore Mason Flynt’s pancreas doesn’t function properly, he needs to have an insulin pump in order to get insulin into his bloodstream.  The insulin then travels to all parts of his body. ...

Grace Kilcrease

Kilcrease helps golf team secure second state title

Greer McAllister, A&E Section Editor October 25, 2021

The golf team placed first out of 64 teams at the Golf State Championship in the 6A division. They had a total score of 460. Senior Grace Kilcrease represented her team in the Golf State Championship and...

English teachers Allison Whitehouse, William Combs and RachelClaire Cockrell dress up for Tiger King Day as part of the 2021 Spirit Week.

English department dominates spirit week

Audrey Marvin, News Section Editor October 13, 2021

Dressing up for spirit week is an essential part of the high school experience for students, like Abby Loethen and Phoebe Harris, and it’s essential for the English department too. English teachers,...

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