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Rock Canyon High School's Student Newspaper

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Rock Canyon High School's Student Newspaper

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Head football coach Kevin Meyer stands over commits Jack Anderson ‘24, Chaz Barnett ‘24, Jack Munro ‘24, Spencer Rathbun ‘24 and Will Rosenmeyer ‘24 Feb. 7. Each football players all signed to a different school. Three other commits, along with Munro all signed to play for Colorado Mesa University (CMU): volleyball player Lindsay Heyliger ‘24, lacrosse player Aidan Brock ‘24 and basketball player Sienna Pillsbury ‘24 .

Onto the Next

by Abigail Wood and Quinn Barton
February 17, 2024
Brodie Lyle ‘26 positions the basket to aid a SSN player Jan. 23. Student coaches helped the players by helping to move them across the court and giving them directions on what to do. “It’s cool to see them have a lot of fun playing a sport that they wouldn’t usually get to play. All of the players get really into the game and it’s fun to play and coach with them,” Lyle said.

Making Baskets With Unified

by Rosie Benson, Reporter
February 4, 2024
During the Jan. 26 basketball game at ThunderRidge, varsity point guard Hudson Ellwood ‘24 looks to score. Throughout this game, the Jags scored 48 points, while the Grizzlies only scored 44 points. “I think we’ve progressed a lot. There’s been a lot of ups and downs, but I think everything’s meshing together,” Ellwood said.

Taking Down Number One

by Quinn Barton, Reporter
February 2, 2024
Varsity goalie Corey Clouthier ‘25 reaches for the puck during the third period versus Chaparral Jan. 20. During the final period, Chaparral scored five goals against the Sabercats, resulting in a 6-3 loss. “It was devastating to lose to Chap after a close game for the most part. We broke down in the final minutes of the game. Although it was bad, I know the boys can bounce back,” varsity forward Steven Kannenberg ‘25 said.

Skate and Score

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
January 29, 2024
Forward Kate Fehr ‘24 and guard Alyssa Goode ‘25 play defense against the Falcons during the fourth quarter Jan. 11. Goode scored 10 points during this game and averages 10.3 points per game, according to MaxPreps.

The New Era of Girls Basketball

by Quinn Barton, Reporter
January 21, 2024
Looking for a player, varsity forward and captain Sienna Pillsbury 24 finds a teammate to pass the ball to Jan. 16. The team beat the Huskies 60-19. Their previous game ended in a 76-65 win against the Highlands Ranch Falcons Jan. 11, for the second time in the schools history. We have so much tension between [Highlands Ranch] because of past coaches, past teammates and that they are a rival, varsity point and shooting guard Brooke Harding 24 said. The energy was amazing and having a student section was awesome! I couldn’t fall asleep that night after we took that dub.

Bouncing the Ball to Victory: Photo Recap

by Abigail Wood, Assistant Editor in Chief: Photo & Camera Editor
January 18, 2024
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