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With a new softball coach, softball team looks to get back to the playoffs

Story by Stephen Wise, Poto courtesy of GoFlashWin

After a second-round exit in the 5A playoffs last season, Dutch Fork softball announced William Voelker as its head coach. That coaching change has already paid off, as the team is in a position to make a run in the playoffs. With an increase in overall team chemistry, the mental mistakes the team made last year have been cut back, fostering a sense of confidence in their ability that’s kicking in during the most important stretch in the season. Continue reading “With a new softball coach, softball team looks to get back to the playoffs”

Running for three plus one

Story by Ta’Nya Davis and Laura Santos, Photos by ​photos by Kelly Payne 

Warm-hearted junior Francisco Sierra-Vazquez may be the new kid on the block, but he is taking steps towards leadership. With this leadership, he helps others one step at a time, and that first step is running in club elections. Francisco is running for Model UN Vice President, Beta Club President, Student Council Senior Class Vice President, and Mock Trial attorney. Continue reading “Running for three plus one”

A Quiet Place makes noise with successful box office run

Story by Justice Nawman

If they hear you, they hunt you. That is the general premise behind John Krasinski’s nail-biting horror flick A Quiet Place. Since its debut on April 6, 2018, the film has raked in more than 150 million dollars on a 17 million dollar budget, continuing to gain momentum and keep audiences on their toes worldwide. Continue reading “A Quiet Place makes noise with successful box office run”

AP students prepare for exams

Story by Alexandria Sessions, Photo by Michelle Lane

AP students are opening up their review books and buckling down for a long 3 weeks of challenging test: AP exams. With consistent coffee breaks, many study groups, and trying to cram a whole year of information into your head. Not everyone is looking forward to the last complete month of school because when May comes along, so do AP exams and the preparations that go along with them. A lot of time goes into preparing the AP exams and preparing for the exam; however, AP students say the classes are important because they provide students with a glimpse into collegiate academic life. Continue reading “AP students prepare for exams”

Spring Break

Story by Malaysia Golson and Destiny White, Photo by Destiny White Continue reading “Spring Break”

Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One attracts attention, and criticism

Story by Caroline Harvey

Millions upon millions of people go to one place for the same reason: to escape reality into a virtual reality. Pixels make up everything you see, everyone you meet, a whole new currency system created for this place of refuge, creativity, and inspiration. You can be whoever you want to be, do whatever you want to do, all for the sake of escape. Continue reading “Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One attracts attention, and criticism”

Alexandria Hendrick represents Dutch Fork as one of the top three finalist for teacher of the year

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Students peaceably protest to make change

Story by Warner Otto, Photos by Christian Banks

Last month, there was a school shooting in Florida and 17 lives were lost. High school students nationwide are protesting and standing up to make a change. There have been walkouts and students who have been emailing, tweeting, texting, and calling elected officials. There have also been students who are old enough that have registered to vote. Continue reading “Students peaceably protest to make change”

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