More Than a Headache

Lanie Colquitt

April 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

A football player is rammed into the ground, slamming his helmet into the turf. His vision blurs. He stands and feels light-headed. These are just a few signs of a concussion. “A concussion is considered a mild-traumatic...

Running With the Pack

Michaela McPherson

April 7, 2014

Filed under Sports, Track and Field

Most people know the track team for its impeccable scores in region and state competitions, but few students outside of the team itself know of the comradery that the members share. “I love it because everyone is so close ...

Swimmers for State

Karen Gonzalez

March 5, 2014

Filed under Sports, Swim and Dive

The coach blows his whistle in intervals as the strong shouldered swimmers spring off the blocks. One by one, they practice their starts, making sure they react quickly and hit the water in an efficient way. Their 200 medley rel...

Girls Varsity Make Playoffs

Natalie Cutting

February 28, 2014

Filed under Basketball, Sports

Dribbling, running around, and having fun sounds interesting right? Thats what the girls varsity team loves to do. They enjoy playing the games, and being with each other. "We go over scouting reports and run through our plays ...

UCA Nationals

Isabelle McCullough

February 27, 2014

Filed under Cheerleading, Sports

After twelve long, hard weeks of practice everyday, some being  hours after school  was let out or the early hours of the morning, the competition squad finally  traveled  to Disney world to compete and show off all their ha...

Color Guard Competes

Caroline Landers

February 27, 2014

Filed under Color Guard, Sports

An abundance of color exploded from the floor as the Junior Varsity throws up a vibrant orange and black flag simultaneously. Striking their last pose, the JV is in all smiles as the audience goes crazy with an overwhelming s...

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