Train Your Brain on the History of Spring Training

Kylee Golden, Columnist

February 17, 2017

Springtime means lots different things to different people. For some, it means it’s time to break out their shorts and flip flops, or it means time to start growing some pretty flowers and healthy foods. For me and many other baseball fans, it means time for spring training. Spring training first start...

Unforgettable Moment for Tom Brady

Ethan Hurlburt, Columnist

February 10, 2017

Before last Sunday, Tom Brady’s mother, Galynn Brady, was battling cancer, going through radiation and chemotherapy, and Super Bowl LI was the first game she attended this season. Brady was uncharacteristically emotional and dedicated his performance at the Super Bowl to Galynn, as she’s one of hi...

The Year of Atlanta

Kylee Golden, Columnist

February 10, 2017

This past weekend the Atlanta Falcons went to Houston, Texas and represented their hometown in Georgia while competing against the New England Patriots but sadly lost the battle. Even though this was heartbreaking and disappointing for the city, there are still many positive things for Atlanta to look forw...

Lacrosse Lacking Love

Kylee Golden, Columnist

February 4, 2017

When you think about high school sports most people think football, baseball, softball, basketball, and a few others – these are the main sports of our corner of the world. Here on the West Coast, people don’t usually think about lacrosse. The only thing many know about lacrosse is that one very...

Triumphant Win Against Tempe Prep on Homecoming Night

Ethan Hulburt, Columnist

February 4, 2017

Both teams played hard to bring home a win, but Horizon Honors put in an outstanding effort both offensively and defensively to emerge victorious with a score of 41-34. In the first seconds of the game, Tempe Prep turned the ball over to the Eagles, which lead to a three-point shot by sophomore...

Varsity Eagles Soared on Homecoming

Varsity boys had outstanding offense.

Hannah Browning, Columnist

January 28, 2017

The Tempe Preparatory Academy Knights were a tough opponent, but the Eagles played amazingly and won, thanks to outstanding offense from senior Connor Frith and senior Jarod Gates, along with great defense from junior Max Allen and senior Cruise Klock. Nobody in the stands was allowed to cheer un...

JV Girls Play Tough Game on Homecoming

JV girls lost their game, despite impressive playing.

Hannah Browning, Columnist

January 28, 2017

The JV girls' basketball played against the Tempe Preparatory Academy Knights on Friday. Despite impressive offense and defense from all the players, the Eagles still fell short and lost with a score of 17 to 31. The game started off close, with both the Knights and the Eagles scoring. Sophomore Reb...

High School Sports Teams Losing Players to Club Teams

Kylee Golden, Columnist

January 27, 2017

As a high school athlete, I am beginning to notice that club teams are starting to take over and dominate over high school sports. I am a lacrosse player who plays club in addition to high school. However, I find it fascinating that some club players are not taking high school season as seriously. ...

Senior Night Honors Soccer Players as Season Comes to a Close

Hannah Browning, Columnist

January 27, 2017

The Eagles have had a rather rough season where they won three of 12 games, but worked hard to improve, and it showed as the season ended. With a team consisting of mostly underclassmen who were new to the sport, the girls were able to come together and play outstandingly. The seniors enjoyed their last ...

Chasing the Bolt

Kylee Golden, Columnist

January 19, 2017

As of Jan. 12, 2017, the San Diego Chargers officially dropped the “San Diego” from their name. Their chairman, Dean Spanos, announced the move of the franchise to Los Angeles. There was an immediate reaction from both the media and the fans. After 56 seasons in San Diego, the Chargers have acquired a supp...