Rays clinch Wild Card

Rays clinch Wild Card

Tristan Fondren, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

This weekend, the Tampa Bay Rays clinched the Wild Card, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 6-2 with the amazing performance by Tyler Glasnow with a strong 4.1 innings including 4 strike outs and 2 walks. Tommy Pham contributed by driving in a total of 2 runs on a two- run homer in the top of the 3rd. Austin Mea...

Are you ready to scream for Howl O’ Scream this year?

Are you ready to scream for Howl O’ Scream this year?

Haley Wyble, staff writer

October 1, 2019

             It’s that time of year again for Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream and many students are already planning on getting into the Halloween spirit. This year, Busch Gardens is celebrating their“20 years of fear” starting September 20. According to buschgardens.com, a single-night ticket costs $39.99 and an...

Wondering about wonderland?

Wondering about wonderland?

Kylie Kagan, Writer

September 30, 2019

        Black and white, neon, and moonlight under the stars are all common themes. These are the last three homecoming themes the school has had. Every year, the Homecoming committee and court has managed to pull these themes off successfully. The theme this year is a little more...

Lost and found has a lot of information

Lost and found has a lot of information

Kylie Olson, Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

         The lost and found is a place where all students'  lost items go. Ms. Nolan is the staff member who runs the lost and found, and she said, “The lost and found is located in the student service desk in the front office.'         ...

Freshman Five Tips

Freshman Five Tips

Tristan Fondren and Morgan Allmond

September 20, 2019

An incoming freshman may struggle with a lot of things, from learning to find a new locker, to getting up early. Here are some examples of what those struggles could be and some tips to overcome them from fellow Warriors. Tristan said waking up early has been hard for him. Here are a few tips with...

Dorian may ruin your Labor Day weekend

Dorian may ruin your Labor Day weekend

Ryan Lueck and Riley Jamo, Staff Writers

August 30, 2019

The hurricane may be heading to Florida, and it’s already been pouring on and off throughout the week. Fall sports schedules have been postponed with all the rain we got this week. Swim meets have been postponed, golf matches and football games have been cancelled as well. Dorian is heading to the...

A drop in the bucket

A drop in the bucket

Giselle Samonek, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019

     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....

Who you got?

Who you got?

Bilal Uddin, sports writer

May 23, 2019

OPINION The NBA conference championships are here and four teams are fighting for a spot in the NBA finals. From the East side, it’s the Toronto Raptors vs Milwaukee Bucks, and from the west side, it’s the Portland Trail Blazers vs. Golden State Warriors. Each team has superstars that are capable...

Facing new obstacles

Facing new obstacles

Makenna Lenges, Copy editor / writer

May 21, 2019

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,...

The environment has become di”straw”t

Megan Heller, Lauryn Watts, and Sierra McKinney

May 20, 2019

      With the news from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that there are 12 years before the effects on the planet are irreversible, many people are looking into ways to cut down on plastic waste. Plastic straws are a common item that’s found ...

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