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Crimson Tide Softball

Aubrey Snyder and Meadow Eckert April 24, 2023

Athletes on the girls softball team talk about their softball experience.

Reilly Verdensky, Editor March 15, 2023

Mr. Sterner answers as many questions as he can in 60 seconds.

60 Seconds with Mim Albertini

Reilly Verdensky, Editor February 17, 2023

Mim tries to answer as many questions as she can in 60 seconds.

What is Aevidum?

Aubrey Snyder and Meadow Eckert December 8, 2022

Aevidum members explain what the club does and who they are.

60 Seconds With Mrs. Diehl

Korben Powanda October 25, 2022

Mrs. Diehl has to answer as many questions as she can in 60 seconds.

Tide coaches talk to players on the sideline during a game in September of 2020.

The history of the Crimson Tide football team

Jacob & Jonathan Barket, Staffers May 12, 2021

How did Pottsville become the Crimson Tide? “So the story goes that Mr. Lloyd Martz wasn’t happy with the nicknames of the bulldogs and Crimson Tide being switched so often so he said from now on,...

Sam Sterns, sophomore at Nativity BVM, wrestles for the Pottsville Crimson Tide in a match against the Jim Thorpe Indians on Wednesday night. The Tide won against Jim Thorpe with a score of 49-24. Sterns said, “My big goal for the season was to have a better record. I want to be able to show my hard work and dedication.”

Crimson Tide Wrestling Hasn’t Tapped Out Yet

Carly Mohl, Staffer January 21, 2020

No one can seem to pin Crimson Tide Wrestling! With a record of 2-2, the Tide has remained strong through tough opponents like Blue Mountain and Easton. The dedication and motivation of the team has set...

Senior Stephen McCloud runs toward the ball trying to block the play. The Tide ended their season losing  35-42. “I feel like we had more to play for,” said McCloud.

PAHS Football Season has Come to a Close

Wyatt Selinko , Staffer December 5, 2019

The Crimson Tide football team’s season came to an end Friday, November 22. The Tide lost in the State Quarterfinals to Jersey Shore in triple over time. The final score of the game was Jersey Shore...

Junior Robert Walchak dives in an attempt to tackle the ACC quarterback. Walchak played football since he was young and has dreamed about winning the District Championship. “We deserved that win so much more than any other team in the district,” said Walchak.

We’re Number “Won”- PAHS Football

Wyatt Selinko , Staffer November 21, 2019

The Pottsville Crimson Tide football team has been on a tear this season. They won their last two District playoff games. By succeeding in those games, the Tide secured a spot in the District XI Championship...

Aiden Stanton stands in front of Blue Mountain player trying to block the ball. He moved quickly to stop him from getting the shot. “My brother and I are a lot harder on each other than our other teammates.”

Pottsville Basketball Takes Home the Dub

Greta Snukis, Staffer February 22, 2019

Once again, the rivalry between the Crimson Tide and the Eagles comes through in boys basketball. Both teams were fighting for the title of Schuylkill League Champion at the game held on February 16. The...

Friday Night Football

Friday Night Football

Emma Adams, Staffer October 5, 2018

Roll Tide

Roll Tide

Gavin Woodward, Staffer October 3, 2018

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