Wildcat boys basketball comes out on top against rivals

Halle Roberts, Features Editor

February 8, 2018


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On February 7th, the Har-Ber Wildcat basketball teams faced off in games against same town rivals, the Springdale Bulldogs. Going into the boys varsity game the crowd was packed and the atmosphere was full of energy. In previous sports games between the rivalry this year, Springdale has created the slog...

Boy’s Basketball Team Strives for Greatness

February 5, 2018


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The crowd goes wild as junior, Tylor Perry, sinks another three in a game against Bentonville. The Har-ber high boys basketball team has taken the court by storm this year. With an incredible 15-5 record this season, the boys hard work on and off the court shows. With two players reaching the 1,000 ...

Swim team dives into early morning routine

Maggie McDonald, Editor

February 5, 2018


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The smell of chlorine fills the lungs of the swim-capped, goggled athletes. The ticking of the stopwatch echoes incessantly in their brains as they cut through the edge of the pool. Swimmers stretch their lean bodies and take deep breaths, focusing on the bright, colorful flags lining the ceiling as the...

Wind, injuries factor into track finale

Wind, injuries factor into track finale

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

May 10, 2017


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He can still hear the chorus of “I believe we just won” being sung out proudly by the Bentonville Tigers, and it burns the fire in him to come back stronger next year. Sophomore Ethan Carney and the Har-Ber track team came 12 points shy of Bentonville and the 7A state title. “It was very high ...

Senior leaders contribute to team spirit

Senior leaders contribute to team spirit

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

May 10, 2017


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At bat after at bat, senior Aryn Scoggins goes up to the plate with the hope of helping her team win. The team has made the playoffs almost every year and Scoggins is looking to lead them to it again. “I have been in a slump, but the team has been competing well as a whole. It’s been a good yea...

Soccer season reflects team bond

Soccer season reflects team bond

Riley Neil, Features Editor

May 10, 2017


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On March 11th, junior Kailey Fender takes off down the soccer field to stop a Russelville player from scoring. She pushes through exhaustion of having to play three different games throughout the weekend tournament in Little Rock. Pushing through pays off, as Har-Ber ended up winning the tournament. T...

De La Torre steps up to the challenge

De La Torre steps up to the challenge

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

May 10, 2017


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The full time whistle blows and Junior Eduardo De La Torre embraces four teammates after his team’s 2-0 victory over Springdale. He describes the moment of the game to the team manager as the best in his life. De La Torre had to make it on the team and win the battle for starting goalie, but he sti...

Silver Stars at local wedding showcase

Maggie Cebuhar, Reporter

February 17, 2017


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Going from dancing on the vast Her-Ber football field or basketball court, Senior Courtney Pleggenkuhle nervously practiced her turns in preparation to perform on the model runway. The few selected senior Silver Stars worked the runway during their performance at the opening of the modern wedding event thi...

Har-Ber Cheer takes on Nationals

Chloe Mangham, Opinion Editor

February 17, 2017


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The team's nerves are at an all time high as they wait anxiously to perform. Nerves subside as they run onto the mat to compete their hardest for their chance to win Nationals. ‘This could be our year,’ she thinks as they take their positions and wait for their music to be played. For the third...

Wildcats complete comeback in OT against Fayetteville

Wildcats complete comeback in OT against Fayetteville

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

January 20, 2017


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With 12 seconds left in overtime, Fayetteville inbounded the ball under the Har-Ber basket. The second ticked off the clock. The first effort was no good, followed by multiple chances by the Bulldogs, as they looked to give Har-Ber its first conference loss of the season. The buzzer sounded. Relief and celebration ...

Volleyball treats tournament as road to victory

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

December 8, 2016


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Music is pumped through the speakers, barely outdone by the reverberating sound of balls hitting the floor. This is coupled with the screaching squeaks of sneakers and then silence. Nothing can be heard except the voice of head volleyball coach Shyrah Schisler as she instructs her team in the possibly last g...

Silver Stars good luck fruit

Emma Kate Bockelman, Reporter

December 8, 2016


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Senior Elise Lindsey and the Silver Stars are nervously waiting behind the gym doors. Before they walk out on the court, they each kiss the mini watermelon for good luck. A little bit of the nerves are relieved with the kiss of the watermelon. “We always did really good at competitions with the fruit at m...

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