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New football coaches add new perspective

Lisa Joerling, reporter

September 23, 2010


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New head football coach Joel Applebee has one main goal for his football team: to improve every day. The seven assistant football coaches are also new and have specific goals for the season. “My goal for this season is to be a better coach every day. I would love for the team to be able to make...

Senior takes up mixed martial arts fighting

Joel Hodgdon, reporter

September 23, 2010


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Tall, intimidating, and athletic, senior Trey Johnson is a modern day gladiator. Johnson practices three sports; kickboxing, wrestling, and an Asian form of martial arts called Muay Thai, all to perfect his chosen sport. This being MMA or mixed martial arts. "In boxing or wresting, you have to be good ...

Seniors move up to higher competition

Kaitlyn Butko, editor-in-chief

June 1, 2010


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This year, seniors moving on to play a sport in college is not out of place; it is becoming more and more common. With a record number of seven football players signing, head coach George Radell can see how it can impact the program. "It gives young kids a realistic expectation that if they work...

Move over, freshmen take on varsity

Mark Joerling, copy editor, Sarah Gonzales, reporter

June 1, 2010


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Although upperclassmen usually dominate the varsity rosters, this year proved to be an exception for some spring sports. With six freshmen on girls soccer, two on softball, two in boys track and five in girls track, freshmen have made a big impact. One of these freshmen is softball player Taylor Brunson. "I...

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