The Pony Express

Football unites through down year

Football unites through down year

Katelyn Krech, Student Playlist Reporter

November 1, 2017

The Ponies Friday night games were not strong, with a 0 and 3 losing streak to start their season off.   After their three losses they came back two weeks ago playing White Bear winning 26-14 and winning again against Mounds View last week. “The highlight of our season so far was the win against M...

Project-based learning benefits students academically

Project-based learning benefits students academically

Megan Karnuth, Online Editor-in-Chief

February 11, 2017

Learning is being compromised because high school students care more about their grades than actually learning the material. Students copy assignments to save time and their GPA. High school is the gateway to college and or real world jobs, so it is important to make sure students are absorbing everything...

Football team opts for duel running back rotation

Noah Ness, Read & Watch Field Reporter

September 26, 2016

When juniors Matt Crowell and Mason Green started practice this summer, they didn't expect to both have significant roles on Friday nights. Now, after two games, both are consistently contributing to the varsity team. Many teams choose to have only one feature running back, with the starter coming...

Adidas trend continues to grow

Adidas trend continues to grow

Lydia Stannard, Playlist Editor

September 23, 2016

Within the past year, many celebrities have been sporting the athleisure look, including famous models Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. Along with these sporty chic styles, they've been wearing a shoe that has since blown up: Adidas Superstars. With the high demand for these minimalistic shoes, Adi...

Football players assist in adaptive football game

Pictured here is another adaptive football athlete.  The kids were taught the basic of football like catching throwing and scoring touchdowns. Football Coach Beau Labore said,

Grace Donner, Visual Arts Managing Editor

October 15, 2015

On Sept. 19 a football game was held in the Miller stadium but it was different than the average one. In this game kids with special needs got to work with the football team and play their own game. This has been a tradition since 2006 to get the adaptive athletes from ages 9-19 to experience t...

District approves facilities bond approval

Hannah Crawford, Online-Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2015

To create more opportunities for students in Stillwater School District 834, the school board has proposed to build an addition onto the high school.  This will provide more room in the high school for the ninth grade students at Oakland and Stillwater Junior High.  The sixth graders from elementary...

Valley Crossing being sought over by two districts

Unlike most schools, Valley Crossing Community School is an optional school for families, which means that there is no boundary limit for the school and any family that wishes to send their child to attend.

Matt Brown, Social Media Editor

December 8, 2014

Valley Crossing Community School is facing student population issues and must decide on the decision. VCCS is involved with three school districts, #834 Stillwater, #833 South Washington County, and #622 North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale. Unlike most schools, VCCS is an optional school for families, which ...

District proposes grade reconfiguration, updates to facilities

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Sam Hudachek, Social Media Reporter

November 17, 2014

On Nov.13, the Long-Range Facilities Planning Committee proposed to the school board possible changes to the grade configurations and facilities of the district. Issues have come up concerning facilities over the past few years. The student population has been increasing, as well as student opportunities. New building resources and configurations have n...

New leader in the football team’s offense

Braden Cousineau, Social Media Reporter

October 30, 2014

Last year DJ Skie ('15) was one of the Ponies leading receivers, this year he is the one on the other end of the ball. Skie, now heading the Ponies agile offense, is new to the position. He has proven himself over the summer and so far this season. Now the Ponies wonder what is to come with their new...

Powderpuff game helps Tackle Cancer

Marya Redmond, Team Lead Editor

October 13, 2014

Homecoming 2014 hosted the second annual Powderpuff football game in Pony stadium. It was played between current reigning seniors and the new to Powderpuff juniors. At 6:30p.m. the class of 2015 girls fought to defend their title from the class of 2016 girls.  This year, the Powderpuff game will be helping to s...

Coach Labore lays foundation for Ponies’ successful future

After three years of coaching, Labor has laid the foundation for a successful future for the Ponies. He has achieved this by gaining the players new equipment and through his constant involvement in the community.

Nick Brevitz

November 4, 2013

Social studies teacher Beau Labore took over for the retired Scott Hoffman in the spring of 2011. He brought in the Wing T offense, which has been very effective thus far.  Labore also led the charge to provide the Ponies with new equipment starting last year, and has been active in the community a...

Jake Olson is still a leader despite his injury

Despite his injury Olson still plays a prominent role in football at the high school. He even served as a coach for the girl’s powderpuff team.

Ellie Anderson

October 18, 2013

Senior year of sports is supposed to be the year that counts the most: college recruiters watching for potential college scholarships and the last year playing with childhood friends. Senior Captain Jake Olson’s dream of having a great last year playing high school football ended when he tore his  ACL...

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