Homecoming Horror Part Two- The Dance

The first and maybe only dance of the year for most students. And what a waste it is. Why spend the money on a dress or shoes that you’re only going to wear one time, then throw in your closet, never to be seen again? You buy an overpriced ticket to go to an overrated dance, then you go to an overrated party after. Where’s … Continue reading Homecoming Horror Part Two- The Dance

Senior legacies: Triston Gibbons

This is Triston Gibbons. Triston is the son of Kyle and Jessica Gibbons, He has 2 brothers and 2 dogs named Casey and Chief.  Triston participates in track and football.  The legacy he wants to leave behind is best dressed.  He does not plan on going to college.  When asked the question where do you see yourself in ten years he said working somewhere nice. … Continue reading Senior legacies: Triston Gibbons

Part One of Homecoming Horror- Spirit Week

Wow. The week leading up to homecoming. The wonderful sPiRiT week. Where EVERYONE shows off how much ScHoOl SpIrIt they have. Personally I think its a huge waste of time. Not only do we participate in meaningless activities such as dress up days ( that make no sense), decorating our class hallways, and obnoxious assemblies, but we also have to deal with all of the … Continue reading Part One of Homecoming Horror- Spirit Week

Senior Legacies: Michael Kinne

This is Michael Kinne. Michael is the son of Caleb and Joanna Kinne, He has 2 brothers Alex and David, and two dogs Teddy and Sadie.  He plays Baseball.  Michael doesn’t have a legacy he wants to leave behind.  He does want to go to college, anywhere he can get a scholarship.  When asked the question where do you see yourself in ten years he … Continue reading Senior Legacies: Michael Kinne

Coach Spotlight:

By: Sydney Piotrowicz and Tatum Bradshaw Coach Nunes is a para professional here at Winfield High School. This is his first year ever coaching football and baseball. When asked why he coaches, he replied with, “I like watching the progression of the boys get better at what they are passionate about.” His favorite part about coaching goes along with his answer to his last question. … Continue reading Coach Spotlight: