Different strokes

Junior Mariah Javier prepares to dive. She and other divers may be in the same sport as swimmers, but their events use different skills.

Chloe Bockhorst and Jessica Fults

January 17, 2019

Girls swimming continues to be in full swing, and nearly every day the announcements have news of their recent swimming accomplishments. However, unless one attends the events themselves, it can be easy to forget about what the sport also consists of: diving. Freshman Clara Kilen is a diver for the team...

The journey to state

Senior Brynlee Hendricks prepares to hit during a game. Hendricks was one of the girls who made it to state.

Carlie Connors, Yearbook editor

October 23, 2018

Senior Brynlee Hendricks and junior Mackenzie Jones were new doubles partners this tennis season. After many wins, the girls made their way to state. The state tournament took place in Springfield on Oct. 19-20. The path to earning a spot at state started with districts. At districts, the girls advanced...

Strong beginning, stronger end

Senior Jordan Merli prepares to serve. This is her third year on tennis, and first as a captain.

Carlie Connors, Yearbook editor

October 9, 2018

As the end of the season approaches, girls tennis has had a lot of matches recently including their senior night and one of the biggest tournaments of the season. The district tournament was held on Oct. 1-2 at Parkway Central High School. The team had high hopes of doing well, considering they ...

Fighting forward

Fighting forward

Chloe Bockhorst, Staff reporter

April 11, 2018

Girl’s soccer has kicked off, and with strong challenges already coming their way. Varsity took a hard loss of 1-0 against Fort Zumwalt West on Tuesday, April 10th. Going into the game, they knew that West would be a hard team to beat based off of games from the previous year. Junior Mariah Johnson...

Old method, new expression

Nina Siefert poses with her first tattoo. This tattoo represents her love of animals.

Chloe Bockhorst, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2018

In years past, tattoos were widely frowned upon in a society more concerned with traditions. Currently, recent generations have found more and more ways to express themselves as the formerly strict social rules are broken. Culture continues to modernize itself, but everyone appreciates art from the past....

Author surprises students

Author surprises students

Chloe Bockhorst, Staff reporter

November 16, 2017

The Other Wes Moore is an intricate story that serves as an autobiography as well as a biography of another man with the same name. Thus, it is great example of a book that students are introduced to in their high school career. One of the Wes Moores’ - author Wes, as he is called to deviate him from...

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