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Homecoming 2023 in Review

Homecoming 2023 in Review

Faith Younker and Chase Teresavage October 20, 2023


Pictured above, the PAHS Marching Band members stand together before their senior night performance. All of the PAHS seniors involved in band, flags and majorettes got together in the band room to take a picture.

Senior night in raps

Chase Teresavage, Staffer November 2, 2022

Being a senior in high school is a major step in life. This is when they start to become adults and go off to college. At Pottsville Area School District we try to recognize the seniors for our sports...

The Pottsville Football Team played Lehighton last Friday the 9th. The football team coaches take a timeout during the first half of the game.

Preparing for Friday night Lights

Chase Teresavage, Staffer September 15, 2022

The Pottsville Area High School Football Team has been practicing all summer long. They practiced four days a week and had two practices each day. Members would practice on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,...

Tom Brady(pictured above)is posing after his last Super Bowl, holding his trophy. He recently announced his retirement from the NFL after being quarterback for 22 seasons. A lot of times, I find that people who are blessed with the most talent dont ever develop that attitude, and the ones who arent blessed in that way are the most competitive and have the biggest heart, Tom Brady.

Brady’s Retirement

Alex Blum, Staffer February 9, 2022

Tom Brady has made his mark in the NFL winning six Super Bowl rings. Tom Brady has the most Super Bowl rings with six of them being from the New England Patriots, and one from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers....

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,...

In the picture above, Bobby Walchak is seen in a Penn State and Pottsville uniform. Bobby’s family believes that he’ll do great the upcoming football season for Penn State. “I am ecstatic over Bobby being offered to play football for what I believe is one of the top college football teams in the country. It shows that hard work pays off. I believe Bobby will represent his family and Pottsville well. We are proud beyond words. I think Bobby has a gift to play football, I have seen it at a young age and how he developed over time confirms my belief in his talent. Bobby will continue to work hard, and it will only be a matter of time until the coaches at PSU will reward his hard work with an opportunity to get on the field and do what he does, which is making game changing plays,” said Bobby’s father, Bob Walchak.

Bobby Walchak commits to PSU

Tanya Johnson, Staffer January 27, 2021

Senior Bobby Walchak has committed to play football for Penn State University Penn State offered him this opportunity on December 23rd. Getting an offer means that a person can play football for...

Fridays Without Football

Fridays Without Football

Maggie Brennan, Lengel Lingo Staffer November 24, 2020

This year has been filled with changes and restrictions. With school being cut short last year and significant restrictions being added to the school day this year, the big question was "will we still...

Senior Kaleigh Sibbett is escorted down the track with her parents during senior night. Senior Night was held on Friday, October 2nd to honor the 2021 seniors for band, band front, and the football players. “It is still so hard to believe that I am a senior and was able to walk down the field with my parents, said senior Kaleigh Sibbett.

Band members and football players celebrate Senior Night

Alex Maley, Staffer October 28, 2020

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pottsville Area School District didn’t know if there would be a senior night for football, band, and band front members. Fortunately, senior night still happened and...

The team meets up at the pitcher’s mound slapping fives after a good play. “ I have been playing softball for eight years. My favorite position is pitching because that’s where I feel the strongest and I can control the pace of the game,” said freshman Alex Blum.

What’s in Store- Spring Sports

Ava Jefferson, Staffer February 21, 2020

With the winter sports coming to an end, the spring sports are taking off. Track baseball, softball and tennis all started conditioning and are getting ready for the upcoming season. Baseball Junior...

The Junior football player featured in this story stands proudly as he watches his teammates on the field as they are making a play against Crestwood.This player usually is wearing a necklace or a chain that he considers a “lucky item”.

As Seasons Change, Schedules Do Too

Ava Jefferson, Staffer February 3, 2020

Did you ever wonder what a day in the life of a PAHS student athlete is like? Spring First alarm goes off at 6:40, and he presses snooze. The next alarm is at 6:45 and he finally rolls out of bed....

Louisiana State University quarterback Joe Burrow  stands with the ball hoping to make a play. LSU beat the Clemson Tigers with a comeback win of 42-25.

National Football Championship Recap

Wyatt Selinko, Staffer January 23, 2020

The quarterback drops back and takes the snap. The wide receiver gets open, it’s a high throw. The wide receiver makes an amazing catch, the 20… the 10… the 5… TOUCHDOWN! Louisiana State University...

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...

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