The Grizzly Growl

From battle fields to softball fields New softball coach uses her military experience to coach

Faith Cahoe

February 25, 2019

Go! Go! Go! Coach Elizabeth McComb screams as she jumps up and down on the third base foul line, watching her players round the bases, making their way home. Following in her family legacy, McComb, now head softball coach, served...

Nicole Morgan: Changing Theatre

Katie Jones, Author

February 15, 2019

The stage lights fade up to showcase a group of actors admiring their director, Nicole Morgan, as she goes through the steps of a tap dance for the upcoming musical, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. She shows them many moves ...

Cody Cockroft: Juggler

Kami Boutotte, Author

December 17, 2018

One person, two hands. Three, then four, then five balls up in the air. With the black lights on, the glowing balls are the only source of light on the juggler’s face as he tosses them up and catches them again, creating a never-ending ring. Students who attended the black light pep rally witnessed this performance by senior and president of the juggling club, Cody Cockroft.

Un-BEE-lievable

Un-BEE-lievable

December 13, 2018

Luke Loera: Your Friendly Neighborhood Samaritan

Gabe McKeithen, Author

December 7, 2018

From a young age, Luke Loera has always been taught to care about the little things. This sparked a fire within Luke that has yet to go out, and likely never will.

Garrett Toland (12)

Winning Awards

November 27, 2018

Anything But Normal

Colin Jones, Author

November 26, 2018

Leaning on his podium, discussing a PowerPoint about abnormal psychology, Mr. Alan McGrath talks to his students about the warning signs of depression,  how they can recognize it and help someone in need. Now in his tenth year here, McGrath teaches Psychology, AP Psychology, Sociology, and AP Macroeconomics, which he started teaching this year. McGrath is also the sponsor of the Psychology Club.

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