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Extensive Work put n for the Dance Program’s Winter Concert

Story by Stephen Wise, Photo by Tyeoyna Anderson

For most students, December is a time to relax and begin studying for exams. But for the Dance program, it means quite the opposite. Their annual winter concert means days of preparation and practice to make sure the Thursday and Friday shows are seamless. Continue reading “Extensive Work put n for the Dance Program’s Winter Concert”

Back to Back: Football looks to repeat as champions

Story by Stephen Wise, Photo by Goflashwin

 

For the second year in a row, the football team will be playing for a state championship. After last Friday’s 24-14 victory over Fort Dorchester, Varsity football Coach Knotts has led his team to a 5A-best 28-1 record over the last two seasons. Continue reading “Back to Back: Football looks to repeat as champions”

Cheerleading Team Preps for State

Story by Stephen Wise, Picture by Goflashwin

 

On Saturday the cheerleading team will take the mat for the final time this season, all with the hope of capturing the 5A state championship. In what will be an emotional culmination of victory and nostalgia for the seniors, it will be a moment they will never forget. Continue reading “Cheerleading Team Preps for State”

Justen Chatman looks to bounce back from injury

Story by Christian Banks

 

For all too many young athletes, an ACL injury can completely derail their career, but for senior Justen Chatman this is not the case. He takes his injury as a way to be a good role model for his team and to set a good example of not letting your spirits dampen after an inconvenience. Continue reading “Justen Chatman looks to bounce back from injury”

Dutch Fork Band State Championship

Story by Gracie Hine and Christian Banks, and Photo by Caroline Harvey

 

The marching band had their state finals last weekend at Spring Valley High School, due to the success of the season, they felt they had a really good chance. Continue reading “Dutch Fork Band State Championship”

Rivalry Week

Story by Stephen Wise, Photo by GoFlashWin

 

Although it may not carry any playoff implications, Friday’s game against Irmo is one every player and student has circled on the schedule. The games between the two teams have not been close in recent years, and the football team is looking to continue that streak. Continue reading “Rivalry Week”

Girls tennis prepare to win

Story by Stephen Wise, Photo by GoFlashWin

 

New players are bringing a different element to the girls tennis team this season. After losing four of their eight starters to graduation, Coach Eugenia Hilts has turned to younger players to help fill their roles. Continue reading “Girls tennis prepare to win”

The Male Cheerleader: Josh Schoolmeester

Story by Stephen Wise, Photo by Goflashwin

When you picture your typical high school cheerleader, chances are that sophomore Josh Schoolmeester doesn’t quite fit that description. Josh is now in his third year in the Dutch Fork Cheerleading program and his first on the Varsity team. Continue reading “The Male Cheerleader: Josh Schoolmeester”

NFL Protests

Story by Christian Banks, Gracie Hine and Stephen Wise

Beginning in the 2016 pre-season, professional football players in the NFL have begun to protest social and racial inequalities before games. They have done so by sitting or kneeling during the national anthem, and it has created a polarizing controversy around the league. Continue reading “NFL Protests”

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