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Dance team nears state

Dance team nears state

March 31, 2015

The dance team is pushing through their season even better than last year. In their last compe...

Winter sports recap

Kerry Nygren and Keenan Mitchell

March 3, 2015

Boys Basketball:  Langston E. (12) The boy’s basketball team made it to state this year. “We’re third in our league and still going,” Langston said. The team is in the first round of the state championship at press time. Girls Basketball: Gina E. (11) The girls basketball team had a “rough start,” according to Gina, “but...

Spring sports preview

Afra Ghannad, Activities/Athletics Editor

March 3, 2015

Girls Golf Taylor F. (11) Last season the Mariner girls golf finished the season with a terrific undefeated record going 6-0. Taylors’s (11) goal this season is “to make it to the second day of districts.” Boys Golf Jacob W. (10) The Mariner boys golf team finished the season undefeated, going 7-0.  This season Jacob want...

NFL playoffs

NFL playoffs

January 20, 2015

Week 18: Carolina Panthers 27, Arizona Cardinals 16 The Panthers really got lucky this season going into ...

Coaches versus cancer

Trent Olson and Kaitlyn Schueler

January 20, 2015

In the United States alone, the American Cancer Society (ACS) estimates that 1,660,290 people will be diagnosed with some sort of cancer this year. In fact one in two males will get cancer, and one in three females will get cancer throughout their lifetimes. These statistics are not pleasant, that’s why for the last few y...

Athletes persevere

Afra Ghannad, Activities and Athletics Editor

December 16, 2014

Lauren Hill is a freshman basketball player for the Division III School Mount St. University.  As the season approached Hill was given terrible news.  She was diagnosed with an inoperable tumor in her brain.  Hill was given three months to live with the recommendation of giving up basketball.  However the freshman would not allow the disease...

Seniors’ fall finale

Kiersten Papritz and Emily Greer

December 16, 2014

September, October, and November – gone!  And so are the fall sports, which ended with a triumphant season by many of the Sehome’s senior players.  Volleyball, football, soccer, swimming and cross country, all sports were played with passion and extreme energy as the senior athletes finished their last season at Sehome...

Full time athletes

Nick Saupe, Reporter

December 16, 2014

Athletics takes a big part in the life of Sehome; many could agree with that. Many athletes only choose to compete in one or two sports per year, but a select few sacrifice their off-season almost entirely so they participate in three sports and compete year-round. Athletics takes a big part in the life of Sehome High Scho...

Winter sports preview

Afra Ghannad and Aurora Fackler-Adams

December 16, 2014

Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team finished strong last season with a 17-8 record, with room to improve.  “The team got to the 1st of state, technically called the sweet sixteen.” Leif A. (12) said. Leif’s mindset for this season is to have high expectations. “We have nine seniors and ten returners.  We h...

Women’s bowling added to the winter sports roster

Afra Ghannad, Activities and Athletics Editor

November 12, 2014

Starting this winter women’s bowling will be one of the headlining sports for the year.  So far up to ten Sehome girls have signed up and the United States is ready for Title IX’s new addition to women’s sports. Title IX is a portion of the education amendments of 1972 that secures opportunities in high school athletics...

Fall sports head into the post season

November 12, 2014

Football: The Sehome football team has had a rough season so far, but they hope to end the season on a positive note. As of Oct 26 the team had an overall record of 3 wins and 5 losses. The last game they won was a home game against Ferndale, where they brought the hammer down 42-21. “So far some teammates have put in a l...

Who supports you?

Kiersten Papritz and Emily Greer

October 16, 2014

It is well known that the cheerleaders at Sehome do a lot to support their athletes, but there’s a ton of behind the scenes support for these athletes that goes unnoticed. Five out of five athletes interviewed said they get a big amount of support from their parents. “My parents are my biggest supporters because they’re...

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