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As Seasons Change, Schedules Do Too

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. He goes to his bathroom to brush his teeth and gets ready for the day he has ahead of him. He walks...

Crimson Tide Wrestling Hasn’t Tapped Out Yet

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 our boys apart from others. Best said by Sam Sterns, a Sophomore wrestling at Pottsville from Nativity ...

We’re Number “Won”- PAHS Football

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 game on November 16th against Allentown Central Catholic. The Tide players were more than...

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...

The Secret Behind The Pottsville Boys Basketball Program’s Success

The Secret Behind The Pottsville Boys Basketball Program’s Success

Josh Daubert, Contributor

November 7, 2019

Eight Schuylkill League titles. Four District XI titles. Eight-time state qualifier. All in the past twelve years. Nothing screams success like that does. Pottsville’s Boys Basketball program has one of the best, if not the best, basketball team in Schuylkill County, racking up their championship titles....

Prayers for Six

Prayers for Six

Carly Mohl, Staffer

November 1, 2019

A parent’s worst nightmare took place during the football game last Friday night. Jaden Leiby was making a tackle on Pottsville’s Bobby Walchak. As he was running to make the tackle, Leiby crashed into Walchak and was seriously injured. Leiby, who rushed 13 times for 134 yards and 3 touchdowns...

Hittin’ The Road

Hittin’ The Road

Wyatt Selinko, Staffer

September 27, 2019

A two hour bus trip may not sound the most pleasing right before a game, but the Crimson Tide had to deal with it. This didn’t stop the players from playing any harder. Freshman Joey Palko said, “I’m excited for the R&J buses and the two hour ride will be a good experience for the team. I fe...

Saying Goodbye to the Golf Season

Saying Goodbye to the Golf Season

Ava Jefferson, Staffer

September 23, 2019

Athletes find it upsetting when their seasons come to an end. Football, baseball, basketball and soccer are all included, but in this case, golf is our game! Athletes will be awaiting next year for positioning the tee, having the perfect stance and swing of the iron across the green for a hopeful hole-in...

History Night 2019

History Night 2019

Michael Johnson-Ponce, Editor

May 14, 2019

History Night is one of Pottsville’s greatest traditions. Every year, juniors in Mr. Taronis’ American history classes get into groups to give students and parents a glimpse into the past with a topic of their choosing. There were so many topics for people to choose from that there was no shortage...

The Rivalry Continues

The Rivalry Continues

Greta Snukis, Staffer

February 5, 2019

The Blue Mountain vs. Pottsville game is always something the students and athletes look forward to. Fans fill up the stands to watch the thrilling games between the opposing teams. According to PAHS athletes, the competition between the Eagles and Tide has a different intensity level than other matc...

A Pretty Icy Topic

A Pretty Icy Topic

Greta Snukis, Staffer

January 11, 2019

  Ever since I was young, I’ve always had a love for figure skating. The thought of flying on the ice after landing an amazing jump or doing a very difficult spin intrigued me. I admired the competitive aspect of skating and how the competitors put up a fight until the end of their program. It ...

Athletes decide to further athletic careers

Athletes decide to further athletic careers

Alexis Yoder, Editor

May 18, 2018

As their time in high school comes to a close, six seniors have made the decision to further their academic and athletic careers at the college level. The seniors are Ian Murhon, Ian Renninger, Tyler Timberlake, Noah Nabholz, Cole Painter and Collin Ebling. Ian Murhon Allura McCuller Murhon will be atte...

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