Panther Press

Q&A with swimmer Keith Gill

Katie Underwood, Editor

May 24, 2016

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This year alone, junior Keith Gill broke three school swimming records in addition to being a regional champion and qualifying for state. The Panther Press asked the athlete a few questions about his passion for the sport. Q:...

Golf Season Wrap-Up

Sophie Pressler, Reporter

May 13, 2016

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Vibrant green hills surround the players as the crowd is hushed. With the utmost concentration, the golfer lines up the shot and strikes the ball, watching as it flies across the course. The girls and boys golf teams have been...

Ways to save money over spring break

Mekayla Butler, Reporter

March 9, 2016

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Though we all look forward to time off of school and work during spring break it is very easy to get bored. There are plenty of things to do that will keep you busy, but they are not always affordable. Believe it or not, there...

Positivity: the cure-all

Sophie Pressler, Reporter

February 25, 2016

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It seems more and more often students are getting tangled in a web of negativity. In trying to juggle a social life, school, and time with family, it can be easy to give up on all three and let stress dictate one’s choices....

“Death of a Bachelor” review

Mekayla Butler, reporter

February 23, 2016

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Typically when a band decides to go their separate ways it means they are done coming out with music, but not in the case of Panic! At the Disco. Brendon Urie has stuck around to give their fans another album, despite the fact...

2016 Baseball Season Preview

Lindsey Call, Reporter

February 23, 2016

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With the new baseball season beginning, the rosters and schedules are finally up. Tryouts were Friday, January 29 with over 60 kids aiming to be on the sophomore, junior varsity or varsity team. “We just had tryouts last...

Mardi Gras Merriment

Lindsey Call, Reporter

February 23, 2016

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Every year, varying between February and March, the galore of partying and multi-colored beads can be seen to the eyes of any Mardi Gras goer. The purple, gold and green color scheme is an obvious declaration that the everlasting...

Valentine’s Day gift ideas

Mekayla Butler, reporter

February 23, 2016

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As Valentine’s Day approaches people are brainstorming different gift ideas for their significant others, friends and families. For some people it is easier to find good gifts than it is for others, but an issue that everyone...

A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

Lindsey Call, Reporter

February 23, 2016

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George R. R. Martin, known for his prestige in literature and prevailing fame in television, has rocked the fan base of Game of Thrones once again. However, Martin’s perception of this fantasy world of the Seven Kingdoms is i...