The Pony Express

Young football team exceeding expectations

Grayson Hosch calls a play in the huddle. (Courtesy of Ben Anderson)

Thomas Johnson, SNO Sports Editor

September 14, 2016

The 2016 pony football season is underway and high expectations have already been set for the Ponies, as they have shown a lot of promise in the first two games. The team definitely still has some questions to answer, but going 2-0 to start the season has the Ponies starting off on the right foot. ...

Class comedy club begins meetings

Juniors Lucan Braun and Wyatt Roth lead a club meetin

Olivia Weirtz, Layout Editor

April 5, 2016

The benefits of attending a large high school include an unlimited buffet line of extracurriculars: all forms of athletics, theater, art club, Amnesty International and even KPOP club. Every student is able to hand pick activities he or she enjoys most, and there is usually something for everyone. The ...

Athletic scholarships allow students to thrive without worry

Many athletes from all sports hope to someday get the opportunity to play their sport in college. The football team works hard in the off-season and some might even get to continue in college.

Matt Johnson, Social Media Editor

February 25, 2016

Since the beginning of college sports, football players have always played for the love of the game. This concept trickled down to lower levels including junior college and high school. Today is a new age and as the sport has grown, so have the fans. This has lead to tremendous amounts of income for...

Winter intramurals bring competition

Senior Robbie Dunham is playing in his first match on Nov. 23. Dunham explained his favorite aspect of badminton,

Austin Dowdall, Social Media Editor

December 6, 2015

The winter intramural sports are very anticipated, and began in November. Intramural basketball is the most popular of the winter intramural teams offered to students and teams are being put together to prepare for the start. Intramural basketball is played from Dec. through Feb., and the playoffs...

Survival guide to sophomore year

Survival guide to sophomore year

Megan McGuire, Online Editor-In-Chief

October 23, 2015

Walking through busy halls buzzing with people, finding new classes, seeing and meeting new people each day. Getting new teachers, meeting new friends at a new school with a new atmosphere. The 2018 sophomore class consists of 699 students getting to know their way around the high school while learni...

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