Tide Lines

Coaching winter sports during COVID-19

Junior Lauren Klinger makes a splash during the Crimson and White meet. The meet was held on Thursday, December 10, 2020. Mr. Greg Schuettler said, “Every sport has their own unique challenges in dealing with the pandemic.”
December 15, 2020

As the days get shorter and the chilly winter breeze begins, soon enough, it's winter sports season. The pandemic has been difficult especially for athletes in Pottsville. Players have been asked to wear...

Adapting to isolation

The abrupt change of quarantine has caused us to adapt and overcome. Junior Carter Yeager said,
April 25, 2020

Isolation (Noun): without relation to other people or things; separately.  Until March 13, the average Pottsville Area High School student  divided their 6 hour and 56 minute school day between nine...

Hunting Season is in Full Swing

Senior Madison Dalton shot her first deer of the deer archery season. Dalton has been hunting for several years and hoped for the coming seasons. “My favorite part about hunting is sitting in the wilderness for hours and watching animals do their thing, in the wild-completely unaware of my presence. There is absolutely nothing cooler than that and I also love being able to spend quality time with my dad.”
October 18, 2019

Creeping through the woods, you see what you have been looking for all morning. That’s right hunting fans, it’s that time of the year again! Hunting season! Hunters are getting their firearms ready,...

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