Sports

East Tennis Invitational Preview

On Sept. 19, the boys tennis team will compete in the East Tennis Invitation.  The invitational should be very competitive.  Head coach, Mr. Runge said, “The teams competing will be Reitz Memorial, Providence, and Columbus East. We will be participating at Columbus East at 9 a.m.”  It should be a great time for the team… Continue reading East Tennis Invitational Preview

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Boys Soccer prepares for Roncalli

The boys soccer team is preparing for a tough game against the Roncalli Rebels. “The team has been preparing doing different drill such as defense and working on passing. We also work with different match ups to see what works best to try and beat Roncalli,” sophomore, left back, Ethan Tichenor said. This year, sophomore… Continue reading Boys Soccer prepares for Roncalli

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Students’ first time voting

Turning 18 and being able to vote for the first time is one of the biggest coming-of-age opportunities a young adult can have, but does the new generation of voters actually care about the privilege? Senior Grace Jackson said that voting does not have much effect on her, but she is still hopeful for what… Continue reading Students’ first time voting

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Cross country begins season with high expectations

Cross country has had a good start to their season in hopes of making this year one the best one yet. Junior Conner Watson placed first, earning the title of the Boys Individual Champion, at the Triton Earlybird Invitational. Watson is anticipating a great season and is proud of his team. “We’ve been training hard,… Continue reading Cross country begins season with high expectations

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College and Career Go! Week kicks off at GHS

  College and Career Go! Week is a great way to get involved and help better students’ academic success in the future. Mrs. Lisa Laug is the college and career counselor at GHS. She explained what College and Career Go! Week is. “College and Go! Week is a campaign begun by Learn More Indiana. Their… Continue reading College and Career Go! Week kicks off at GHS

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues to excite students

During quarantine, people were bored out of their minds. What did thousands decide to pick up? Video games. The game Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Nintendo Switch became a popular choice for many. With nothing else to do, senior Ian Hudnall began playing the game in late March. “I had played previous games in the… Continue reading Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues to excite students