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Tennis senior night

Suzie Safi, Staff Photographer

October 4, 2019

With many tears and memories being remembered  FHC recognizes their seniors on sep. 25 on the court where it all began. Some of these girls have been playing tennis since the start of their high school career. "It was great getting to celebrate my last season with the people I've grown, competed, and...

Surpassing an Injury

Surpassing an Injury

Morgan Kromer, Staff reporter

October 2, 2019

The right landing in the right spot. That’s what Senior Aria Lynch’s coach said about her torn ACL, LCL, and lateral meniscus. It couldn’t have been built up to. It was the perfect landing. Perfect, in the worst way possible.  But now, after that season ending summer game in Atlanta, Lynch is recovering like any cha...

The cheer team takes on glorious homecoming week

The cheer team takes on glorious homecoming week

Alyssa Bernier, Staff reporter

October 2, 2019

School spirit, loud music, screaming students, pumping adrenaline, fanatical dancing; all aspects students embrace during the iconic homecoming week. Athletes especially feel the effects of this wonderful yet stressful week full-on. As representatives of school spirit, the cheer team strives to embra...

Hectic homecoming weekend

Hectic homecoming weekend

Faith Jacoby, Staff reporter

October 2, 2019

Thursday, Sept. 26 to Saturday, Sept. 29 was an extremely busy weekend, for not only the student body, but the marching band. While everyone was finalizing their football game outfits and arranging parties after homecoming, the band was hard at work perfecting their show for the several performances ov...

FHC Has a Hard Loss Against OTHS

Abby Turner, Staff Photographer

October 2, 2019

In footballs’s Light The Field game against OTHS, was a tough game that we sadly lost 20-26. The team fought all the way to end keeping up the moral until the last moments of the game. They sadly had another bad loss against Howell.   Senior Sam Newton talks about how that loss has affected them sa...

FHC Crushes FZS in First Home Game

Abby Turner, Staff Photographer

October 2, 2019

In football’s first home game, we defeated Fort Zumwalt South with a great score of 32-0. The team played a great game full of many amazing plays. Many players have commented on how the team feels different this year.   Senior Kyle Roland says, “we’re more of team now, everybody’s...

Climbing Man Maker

Climbing Man Maker

Rhyen Standridge, Staff Photographer

October 2, 2019

Man Maker, the hill every runner dreads. On Saturday, Sept. 21, the FHC varsity XC team took on arguably, the toughest course of the year. With low spirits, the team bands together to encourage each other to run to their best ability. When comparing the course to others,  “It was very difficult ...

Battling through the pain

Battling through the pain

Amelia Vohsen, Photo Editor

October 1, 2019

The FHC boys soccer team faces many different opponents throughout their season. However, on Tuesday, Sept 23, they faced a particularly aggressive team, the FZW Jaguars. Throughout the game, yellow cards were given out and the players endured some minor injuries. The hostile play earned FZW their...

Approaching the End

Approaching the End

Kayla Reyes, Paper Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2019

On September 17, varsity girls softball played against Fort Zumwalt West. With a balance of teamwork and individual effort, the Spartans were able to bring home a win with a final score of 3-2.   According to senior Kaylee Morris, the victory at this game was brought home quite quickly. “It...

Spartans loss to rivals

Spartans loss to rivals

Ann-Maree Gammell, Staff Photographer

October 1, 2019

The freshman football team prepared for their game against rivals, Francis Howell on Monday, Sept. 23rd. Although Spartans played hard and fiercely, the Vikings won with a score of 49-6. Freshman Dominic Debro scored the touchdown for the team. “I feel like we did good.”  Debro says, “It was just ...

XC conquers Sioux Passage

XC conquers Sioux Passage

Essy Ingram, Staff reporter

September 26, 2019

Hundreds of hearts pump. Hands, glistening with sweat, rhythmically make jagged marks in the humid air. Bodies, weary yet determined, propel on. Adrenaline floods the atmosphere as racers approach the infamous hill. Sioux Passage is home to the daunting 400-meter long incline runners affectionately ...

Bonding Through the Waves

Bonding Through the Waves

Aidan Allen, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2019

The boys swim team is a team full of guys whose social lives mainly consist of each other. The boys practice together five days a week for more than two hours each practice so it’s not a surprise the guys have gotten so close. They spend nearly every night together because their practices are from eight ...

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