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A drop in the bucket

A drop in the bucket

Giselle Samonek, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

     High school goes by so fast that many students don’t want to miss a single thing.  Students usually enjoy participating in school events where they are able to meet up with their friends. Most high schools provide activities and events that students may find fun and engaging....

Practicing to be the best

Practicing to be the best

Ava Loschiavo, Sports writer / editor

May 23, 2019


Filed under Features

Freshman Tessa Wilkinson enjoys playing lacrosse for Osceola. This year she has learned that teamwork is the best thing to use in order to win a game. “Everyone needs to work together in order to succeed,” she said. She is always determined to try her best on and off the field. She decided to do...

Warriors prepare for summer

Warriors prepare for summer

Vaughn Salcedo, Writer

May 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Things to Do

As the school year comes to a close, summer is coming to a start. Some activities people do are going to concerts, watching movies, and reading books. They can also take an online course,  get ahead for next school year, have cookouts or picnics, go to theme parks, go on vacations,  earn money,...

Facing new obstacles

Facing new obstacles

Makenna Lenges, Copy editor / writer

May 21, 2019


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Olivia Severance is a freshman this year. She is on the OHS JV cheer team and participates in lacrosse. Her favorite sport is lacrosse because of the team. She said, “I love building bonds with my other teammates and watching everyone grow as a whole and as an individual.” Olivia has had many accomplishments,...

Top 5 Warrior Record stories from 2018-2019

Top 5 Warrior Record stories from 2018-2019

Vaughn Salcedo, Writer

May 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

There were a lot of stories published on The Warrior Record this year. Some were excellent, some were great, and some were good. Here are the top 5 stories published this year, according to this writer.   Red Tide may interfere This story was published on August 31st, 2018, and talked about ho...

Shining bright

Shining bright

Makenna Lenges, Sports Editor/ Writer

May 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Kendyl Sheffield is a freshman this year. Kendyl doesn’t participate in any school sports, but she is very involved in dance outside of school at Tutterow Dance Academy. Dance has been a big part of her life for seven years now, ever since she was about eight years old. Kendyl said, “My favorite...

Testing the water

Testing the water

Makenna Lenges, Copy editor / writer

May 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

    Blake Johnston is a freshman this year who is invested in swimming. Swimming has been part of Blake’s life since he was six years old. He has many accomplishments in swim, and he said his greatest accomplishment was “When my relay broke the PCL record.” Not only is Blake interested...

A STEM school’s shooting shares similarities

A STEM school’s shooting shares similarities

Megan Heller, Writer

May 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

    On Tuesday, May 7, 2019, a tragic shooting took place at the STEM School Highlands Ranch in Colorado. This shooting was especially devastating and emotional for the Denver community as well as “disturbingly familiar” (CNN), because it happened just seven miles away from the Columbine shooting, which took place near...

Best in the field

Best in the field

Ava Loschiavo, Sports Editor/Writer

April 26, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Freshman Colton Wicks enjoys participating in the sport of soccer with friends often on his free time. He has a chocolate labradoodle that he and his family adore. Her name is Dixie and she is two years old. He likes Osceola, and said, “I get to see all of my friends and it is a fun school to go to.”...

Hitting all the right notes

Hitting all the right notes

Lauryn Watts, Web editor / writer

April 11, 2019


Filed under Features

“Musicians have superior working memory, auditory skills, and cognitive flexibility”, according to bebrainfit.com. Some students may get into music because of these benefits, but others just do it for fun outside of school. “In my free time, I like to play the piano,” said 10th grader, Collin Lop...

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