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Ponies baseball swinging for the fences

Ponies baseball swinging for the fences

Zach Toohey, Copy Editor
May 11, 2016
Filed under Photo Slide Shows, Sports, Spring Sports

As the dust blows up from under the crashing of the bat, nothing is heard except the gazing of the ball flying high over the pitchers head. This is an average occurrence for the the varsity boys baseball team. The team is focused on nothing but playing their hearts out and laying all that they have on the field in order to take home the win. Going into this year, t...

Stillwater athletes on Pony Power

Stillwater athletes on Pony Power

Matt Johnson, Social Media Editor
December 4, 2015
Filed under Multimedia, Photo Slide Shows, Sports, Winter Sports

When people think of high school, they usually think first of academic rigor--the challenges of classes and the daily grind.  While that usually is how the high school day begins, it often ends, for athletes anyway, with a workout.  What school is to the mind, Pony Power is to the body. Pony Power i...

Taking a trip for tryouts, baseball

Taking a trip for tryouts, baseball

Stephanie Nielsen, Photographer
March 24, 2015
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

This season's baseball tryouts will be held  further away from home than their usual location. Usually held at the Dome or in Florida, this year's baseball tryouts will be held at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.  Baseball players wanting to join this year's baseball team are heading to Omah...

Students take up the stock trading game in Economics

Matt Flock
December 10, 2013
Filed under Activities, Home, Local News, News

Stock trading allows for the expansion of personal wealth. However, if the trader isn’t careful, their money could disappear quickly. The economic classes have recently been participating in a virtual stock trading game.  Each student is given 20,000 virtual dollars that they need to invest into st...

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