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Students compete in Special Olympics

Students compete in Special Olympics

Esmeralda Flores, Photo Editor

April 18, 2016

The Special Olympics was held April 5 at Indianola High School and many students participated in the events. Events ranged from the 50 meter dash to the softball throwing event. Special Olympics Iowa is a statewide event that allows for students with physical disabilities to have an enjoyable time while...

New additions to Advanced Placement classes

New additions to Advanced Placement classes

Angela Cai, Staff Writer

March 8, 2016

Biology, Calculus and World History are just some of the many classes students think of when they hear "AP class". Starting next year however, there will be two new additions to this ever growing list of available Advanced Placement classes: AP Language and Composition and AP Environmental Science. These...

Wrestling places third in state duals

Wrestling places third in state duals

Kitarrah Mangra-Dutcher, Website manager

February 18, 2016

After defeating  Dowling Catholic at the regional wrestling meet Feb. 10, the Dragons moved on to the state wrestling meet. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. Feb. 17, Johnston competed against Cedar Rapids Prairie. After defeating Cedar Rapids Prairie 34-25, the Dragons went on to compete against the S. E. Polk...

Varsity basketball teams face Dowling Maroons

Varsity basketball teams face Dowling Maroons

Olivia White, Staff Writer

December 16, 2015

Traveling to compete at Dowling Dec. 11, both girls and boys varsity basketball team played against the Maroons. Girls played first, beating #4 Maroons 51-42, and continued their perfect record, now 6-0. Junior Taryn Knuth led with 18 total points scored, followed by junior Elle Brown who had 12 total...

Pep rally recognizes state qualifiers

Pep rally recognizes state qualifiers

Esmeralda Flores, Photo editor

November 6, 2015

A performance from the stunt team cheerleaders and a special treat provided by junior Bryce Rowland were part of the Nov. 6 pep rally. The pep rally recognized fall sports that were moving onto state, from the Special Olympic bowling team to the varsity football team that has made it to the third round...

Dragons end the night with a loud roar

Dragons end the night with a loud roar

Esmeralda Flores, Photo editor

November 5, 2015

The Dragons left their second play off game with a big roar, winning with a final score of 28-10 against the Ankeny Centennial Jaguars. Kicking off first quarter behind the Jaguars by seven points, the dragons were able redeem themselves during the second half. Junior Grant Gossling managed to run a...