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Boys’ and girls’ cross country runners place at state

Boys’ and girls’ cross country runners place at state

Ben Lunn, Staff Writer

November 3, 2015

The boys' and girls' cross country teams both ran at the state meet held at Kennedy Park golf course in Fort Dodge Oct. 31. The teams both originally qualified for state after placing at the district meet at the DMACC campus Oct. 22. In the girls race, the team placed seventh overall with sophomore...

Community members march in homecoming parade

Community members march in homecoming parade

Kate Lichter, Online Editor-in-chief

October 2, 2015

Community members and students walked and rode in old fashion cars or large trucks for organizations and sports teams Oct. 1 for the homecoming parade. The parade started at 6 p.m. across the street from Panera at Pioneer Parkway and Greendale Road and ended at the high school, blocking off some of the...

Clockwork competition

Clockwork competition

Kate Lichter, Online Editor-in-chief

September 30, 2015

For the second night of homecoming week, 42 teams took the baseball field by storm to compete against one another in Rock Around the Clock Sept. 28. With challenges ranging from physical ability such as tug of war and sack races with other strategic games. Students ranging from sophomores to seniors...

Dragons triumph over Jayhawks for a cause

Dragons triumph over Jayhawks for a cause

Meredith Campidilli, News Editor

September 30, 2015

The Varsity volleyball team defeated Urbandale 3-1 at their biggest fundraising event and match of the season Dig Pink, Spike Blue Sept. 29. After winning the first two games and losing the third, the Dragons came back to win the match with a 25-18 fourth and final game score. Senior Denise Ssozi l...

Science Club comes to life

Science Club comes to life

Will Reiher, Staff Writer

September 23, 2015

The science club held their first ever meeting Sept. 21, students were welcome to hold, play and take pictures with many different species of animals. They were also invited to eat pizza and other snacks in between. Some of these animals included a blood boa constrictor, corn snakes, cockroaches, chame...

Gravel lot offers more parking

Gravel lot offers more parking

Matthew Berry, Staff Writer

September 21, 2015

After the overflow of requests last year for parking tags, school administration was faced with a dilemma. Excluding freshmen there were 200 more applications than spots available. Even with 119 off-campus spots, there was still some 81 spots needed. Because of that the gravel lot was built, adding...