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  • November 8 Catholic Football Game 7:00 PM (War Memorial)
  • November 1 FS Southside Football Game 7:00 PM (Quigley)
  • October 25 Conway Football Game (Conway)
  • October 18 Cabot Football Game 7:00 PM (Quigley)
  • October 11 Bryant Football Game 7:00 PM (Quigley)
  • October 4 FS Northside Football Game 7:00 PM (Northside)
  • September 27 - NLR Football Game 7:00 PM (Quigley)
  • August 27 - Opening Football Game 5:00 pm (War Memorial)
  • August 20 - Hall Scrimmage 6:00 pm (Quigley)
  • April 26- Clash of the Tigers 2:45 pm (Quigley)
'Black Panther' More than a Movie, but Start of a Movement

‘Black Panther’ More than a Movie, but Start of a Movement

Bri Fleming, Staff Writer
March 12, 2018
Sophomores Helen Wyrick and Rachel Zhang getting ready for the Homecoming dance. “A lot of people don’t really want to go to the dance but feel obligated to do so because of all of the hype,” Helen said. (Photo by Jessie Bates)

Jessie Bates: Hoco or No-co?

Jessie Bates, Staff Writer
February 21, 2018
Sam Koon: Desperate Times Call For Desperate Measures

Sam Koon: Desperate Times Call For Desperate Measures

Sam Koon, Guest Writer
February 5, 2018
Differing from the season on poster that featured only Foy, Claire Foy and Matt Smith as Elizabeth II and Prince Philip respectively are depicted in their full regalia on the season two poster. Foy gives the camera a head on, steely gaze reflecting her character’s new found strength and confidence in the role of Queen after having to assimilate to the role unexpectedly after the death of her father in season one. This will be the last season with both Foy and Smith in the main title roles. Netflix has planned a full recasting to reflect the age of the Queen and Prince in season three. Casting is still in process, but Broadchurch actress Olivia Coleman has been announced as taking of the monarchal role from Foy for seasons three and four. 
(Photo courtesy of Netflix)

The Crown Delivers on Second Season

Annie Knight, Executive Editor
January 22, 2018
Sam Koon: Don't Call the Kettle Black

Sam Koon: Don’t Call the Kettle Black

Sam Koon, Guest Writer
November 29, 2017
Students Reflect on LGBTQ Climate

Students Reflect on LGBTQ Climate

Annalise Novicky, Staff Writer
November 27, 2017
The CW cover poster for Riverdale Season 2. The diner where Archie’s dad was shot, Pop’s Chocolit shop can be seen in the background. The show airs every Wednesday at 7/8 Central. (Photo Courtesy of The CW)

Riverdale Returns, Disappoints

Annie Knight, Executive Editor
November 27, 2017
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