by Natalie Bush
Tomorrow, the East Auditorium will be bustling. Competing for a $500 scholarship and a chance to work in a recording studio, students will be performing as hard as they can at Columbus Idol Live.
Senior Kelsey Kreps believes the event is a great opportunity,
by Katie Stowers
Wednesday was Power of Purple day. Wear purple to show your support for any cancer patients. American Cancer society sponsors Relay for Life.
"Relay for Life is the main purpose and Power of Purple day is just a part of it. I am hoping
by Haedyn Scgalski
Women's varsity softball played MondayÂ against Edinburgh High School at 5 p.m. at home.
"I think it was the best game we've played as a team. Alesha Litchfield did an awesome job pitching, and our defense did great," said freshman Shelby Lucas. "I thought
by Tori Newkirk
Yesterday, Spanish classes celebrated the anniversary of the Mexican victory at the Battle of Puebla. Spanish students commemorated the holiday with different activities.
"My students are participated in a salsa taste-off competition and we are making huge flower decorations," Spanish teacher Sue Green said.
by Laurel Wolfe
Next year's fall sports are starting to meet so they can train as soon as possible for next season. Monday night in Gym 2 at 8:30 p.m. all incoming football players should come with at least one parent for the team meeting. "The
by Katee Holman
The Key Club had their last meeting Tuesday morning. They discussed final events scheduled and announced the officers for next year. The officer results are as the following:
Co. Presidents: Angela and Julianna Pikus
Co. Vice-Presidents: Brenny Jarrard and Gillian Wilson
Secretaries: Macy Albright and Jill
by Katee Holman
Student Assembly passed out data match forms this past Wednesday, March 3 during Bull Dog Time. Students who fill them out can find who they are most compatible with in the school.
"I have done it every year," senior Kirstin Otto said. "It is