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Grizzly’s Move To District Championships

Grizzly’s Move To District Championships

Austin Desroche, Staff Writer
May 9, 2017
Filed under Sports

With a leadoff single and two quick bunts, Jackson High School had the bases loaded with no outs in the first inning against the Grizzlies on Monday. The Timberwolves scored five in the first inning before GP could get out. Glacier Peak was not doing well going into the first and did not score in their...

Hard Work Pays Off

Hard Work Pays Off

Eden Iazeolla, Staff Writer
May 9, 2017
Filed under Sports

Sophomore Kendall Curtis knows firsthand what softball is all about. Curtis made the varsity softball team, and she also plays for a select team, the Sun Dodgers. Besides five school practices each week, she has four additional for her select team. She also trains on weekends, spending two out of the...

Where Is Our Season?

Where Is Our Season?

Taylor Jackson, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
Filed under Sports

As the snow begins to fall and the ground begins to cover in a blanket of white, spring sports athletes start to wonder if they are ever going to have a season. The snow days this year have amounted and with days for practice dwindling, games being postponed, and frustrations rising for coaches and students...

Katherine Geiger and the Mustard

Katherine Geiger and the Mustard

Hailey Miller, Staff Writer
March 23, 2017
Filed under Sports

Katherine Geiger, a girl on the Varsity team playing singles, played a match against Mount Vernon on March 22. In the middle of the match, she got a cramp in her left hamstring. “It was a terrible pain that wouldn’t go away, every time I stepped on my left leg it hurt,” Geiger said. Some athletes...

The First Track and Field Invational

The First Track and Field Invational

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer
March 21, 2017
Filed under Sports

Saturday, March 18 the Grizzly Track and Field team competed in their first Invitational in Arlington. It was held at the Chuck Randall Relays. Early in the morning it rained hard, and stayed that way for a while. The wind was also pretty bad, but that made for a good meet. The Grizzlies did very well...

Trying New Things with Liese Gobel

Trying New Things with Liese Gobel

Lauren Emerick, Staff Writer
March 20, 2017
Filed under Sports

High school is all about trying new things and trying out for sports you never thought you would try out for. Coming into high school, you would never even think of doing some things, yet as time goes on, things change and one day, you are on the tennis team. “I wanted to try out for the tennis...

The Playoffs Begin

The Playoffs Begin

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer
February 24, 2017
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

They don't call it March Madness for nothin'. With fierce competition, teams either advance, or their season comes to an end. Regionals and state are getting closer for the Grizzlies boys and girls teams after they advanced Thursday night, sweeping through districts each taking first place. Both teams...

Shooting for the Stars

Shooting for the Stars

Lauren Emerick, Staff Writer
February 22, 2017
Filed under Sports

Tiara Hollimon is on the freshman basketball team, she has been playing since second grade and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon. “Basketball feels like a second life. I play basketball because every time I put my shoes on and step on the court I get a rush of joy. It’s kind of like a place...

The Greatest Comeback Ever

The Greatest Comeback Ever

Sydney Allman, Staff Writer
February 13, 2017
Filed under Sports

Super bowl 51 was a crazy ride. The first two quarters started off slow with it beginning clear this was the Falcons game. The Falcons were up 14 to nothing in the first quarter. They were cruising to a super bowl victory. They went into half time confident with an 18-point lead with a score of 21-3....

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