Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Carly Campbell

Carly Campbell, Editor-in-chief

Carly enjoys watching Netflix, online shopping, and traveling. She used to live in Argentina. Her favorite color is purple and she listens to good music like The 1975, Bastille, and We the Kings but also enjoys the occasional Justin Bieber and 2 Chainz. After she graduates she plans to leave Iowa and go far, far away. To a nice college somewhere in New York most likely to major in Journalism. Her dog Kaiser is the best.

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Junior Jonny Pater finishes the 100m sprint. Pater placed 13th in the 100m sprint at the state track meet May 19.

Spring sport highlights

Carly Campbell, Editor-in-Chief
May 24, 2016
As a light rain began to pick up junior Emma Heiser goes after the ball. The team won 10-1 against the SE Polk Rams April 28.

Girls’ tennis defeats S.E. Polk

Carly Campbell, Editor-in-chief
April 29, 2016
Senior Kennedy Kramer chips the ball on to the putting green on the second hole. Kramers nine-hole average score is 51.50.

Girls’ golf loses at WDM

Carly Campbell, Editor-in-chief
April 27, 2016
Junior Ellie Roquet placed first at the meet April 25. She jumped a height of 5 feet and 2 inches.

Elle Brown wins 400M dash

Carly Campbell, Editor-in-Chief
April 26, 2016
Freshman Grant Nelson competes in the 500 yard freestyle. The boys placed fifth overall at the state on Feb. 13.

[Photo] Boys’ swimming places fifth at state

Bryce Schulte, Print editor-in-chief
February 18, 2016
With a bundle of Weebles from the Summit Middle School days is senior Clarissa Short.

[Photo] Vote on best dressed for homecoming week

Kate Lichter, Online Editor-in-chief
September 28, 2015

Volleyball team upsets Ankeny

Carly Campbell, Sports Editor
September 4, 2014
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