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What is Your “Why”?

Tayla Jones, Contributor

November 20, 2019

Everyone has a “why” for the sport that they play, whether they play it for a specific person or just for personal interest. Unfortunately, not everyone knows their “why”. Knowing your “why” changes how you play the game, and it changes your perspective on how you as a player can do anything. Most...

Accomplishing Goals

Senior Payton Tomlinson runs down field looking to make a play. She played for the PAHS soccer program all four years of her high school career. Tomlinson said, “The thing I will miss the most about high school soccer will be the team.  I have been playing soccer with some of these girls since second grade and it will be hard to leave that part of my life in the past. The soccer team was and will always be my family. I will miss seeing these girls everyday and creating memories on the field.”

Wyatt Selinko, Staffer

November 12, 2019

The Lady Tide soccer team went undefeated this season against Schuylkill County teams. This lead them to a 3-0 win against Blue Mountain in the Schuylkill League Championship. This was the Lady Tide’s first ever soccer championship. Freshman Livia Hable said, “It was a great feeling winning the champio...

Local soccer players attend She Believes Cup

Local soccer players attend She Believes Cup

Kailey Olenick and Aubrey Snyder

May 1, 2019

On February 22, the USA Women's Soccer team played at  Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, PA in the She Believes Cup. Talen Energy Stadium is home to the MLS Philadelphia Union. Most of the soccer team, Inferno went to the game. Blue Mountain girls came along also. We all rode a R&J bus on the ...

Fall Sports Recap

Fall Sports Recap

Alexis Yoder, Editor-In-Chief

December 17, 2018

Football Aidan Moran The football team turned in a 6-4 regular season record. This included a win in an overtime thriller against rival Blue Mountain by a score of 41-40 and a convincing 21-7 early season win over a favored Wyomissing team. The first round of District XI playoffs for the boys ...

How to draw a soccer ball

How to draw a soccer ball

Hadley Snyder, Staffer

December 20, 2017

Hey DHH Lengel! Because soccer is my favorite sport, I wanted to teach you how to draw a soccer ball. Here are the things you’ll need: - a piece of paper - pencil - circle tracer - markers - Sharpie (optional)   Step 1: Trace your circle. It should look like this:   Step 2: Put 5 half pentagons around the middle, but leave room in th...

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