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Rough Start for Boys Basketball

Rough Start for Boys Basketball

Wyatt Selinko, Staffer

December 18, 2019

Pottsville knew to win this game they would have to bring the “A-Game.” This team, being a top tier group, was going to be a great challenge for any team. Odds of winning this game for Pottsville were low. Pottsville ended up losing the game with a score of 70-49. Senior Riley Stanton said,...

Another year of the Christmas Band Concert

Another year of the Christmas Band Concert

Alex Maley, Staffer

December 17, 2019

“Slap!” is one of the many sounds the audience will hear at the annual Christmas concert presented by The Pottsville Area School District Music Department. The percussion section is featured in the popular song “Sleigh Ride” by Leroy Anderson, which includes the slapping sound of the whip and...

PAHS Hosts Concert Choir

PAHS Hosts Concert Choir

Ava Jefferson, Staffer

December 17, 2019

The PAHS concert choir practiced since the 2nd week of school for their Holiday Concert on Thursday December 12. Before 2019, this annual concert opened with the freshman choir, but this year the freshmen have joined the upperclassmen in the concert choir to make it bigger. A small group of students...

Dance Off

Dance Off

November 26, 2019

Students go out on stage and dance for the school.

Damon Yost- Quaterback of the Crimson Tide

Damon Yost- Quaterback of the Crimson Tide

Ava Jefferson, Staffer

November 25, 2019

     Senior Quarterback, Damon Yost has thrown 2,530 passing yards, including the regular football season and at Districts. He now leads his team in this category as they advance to the first State Final playoff game.       Damon Yost said, “I've been playing football for five years and wh...

Every Sonnet Has Its Own Story

Every Sonnet Has Its Own Story

Lauren Kane, Staffer

November 22, 2019

Everyone has written a poem, whether it was for an English class or just for fun. Even if you didn't want to write a poem, you still probably tended to make it about something that relates to you in some way.  Freshman Cayla Crespo was asked to write a sonnet for Miss. Heather Jenkins’ English 9...

Body of a fish… Head of a cat?

Body of a fish… Head of a cat?

Catti-Brie Kunkelman, Jenea Maurer, and Harmonie Wotring

November 22, 2019

When you think of mythical creatures, you probably think of the beautiful, enchanting unicorns, or something terrible and ugly, like the ogre. Chimeras are the mutts in the mythical world. They are created from combining two or more animals together, like lions and eagles to form a griffin. Chimeras...

“Peppa What are you Doing on Tidelines?”

“Peppa What are you Doing on Tidelines?”

Alexis Shilling, Contributor

November 21, 2019

Why is Peppa Pig so relevant on social media and what is the animal’s impact? Peppa Pig is a popular children’s show that airs on Nickelodeon from BBC. Whether high school students like to admit it or not, we’ve all watched. “I used to watch it when I was younger. I thought she was funny because...

What’s in store?- Boys Basketball

What’s in store?- Boys Basketball

Ava Jefferson, Staffer

November 15, 2019

With the 2019-2020 Boys Basketball season starting up, the boys are putting on a tough grind to be bigger and better than last year. Practicing and getting shots in before the season arrives is important to Junior Varsity player Nicco Nicco Heimbaugh said, “ We’ve been working all offseason since...

Pen, Paper and Post

Pen, Paper and Post

Lauren Kane, Staffer

October 25, 2019

       Art can be seen wherever we go, whether it is in plain sight or not. We see it in obvious places such as museums and now we can see it posted on social media platforms. Freshman Felix Blasser is one of many students who have a passion for art.         Blasser has always had an int...

By Students and For Students

By Students and For Students

Amanda Charowsky, Expression Through Creativity Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2019

Murals are common at Pottsville Area School District.  The walls of the high school are covered in them—there are murals on every floor of the building, and each one was painted by members of the graduating class and designed to represent their four years. There’s also the mural painted ...

AP Art Summer Spotlights

AP Art Summer Spotlights

Amanda Charowsky, Harmonie Wotring, Catti-Brie Kunkelman, Jenea Maurer, and Lauren Kane

October 4, 2019

  Molly Lubinsky  Did your summer assignment have to be based on something or did you have certain guidelines you had to follow? There weren’t really any strict guidelines we had to follow. What we had to do was make a piece based on inquiry- so basically we had to ask a questio...

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