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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)
Protest Of Allegiance: Insolent Or Insightful?

Protest Of Allegiance: Insolent Or Insightful?

Jada Henry, executive editor
November 30, 2016
Writer Alex Crawford

I Ain’t Afraid Of No Goat

Alex Crawford, guest writer
November 29, 2016
2016 graduate Jordan Nash's 2015-2016 Reflections entry in visual arts,

Young Artist Wins National PTA Award

Alex Pickell, online editor
November 29, 2016
Senior Jacabia Platt, point guard, tries for a basket during the first home basketball game of the season on Thursday, Nov. 17. The Tigers went on to beat Forrest City 74 to 48.

Photo of the Week: Shooting Above the Rest

Julian Lapicz, photography editor
November 18, 2016
Young Republicans president Jesus Perera leads a club meeting where students discuss the election and their conservative values.

Young Republicans Dump Trump; Discuss Election, Family Values

Louisa Utley, staff writer
November 17, 2016
The Great Dead Reef

The Great Dead Reef

Annie Knight, staff writer
November 16, 2016
Class Opens Door To Criminal Law Careers, Interests Students

Class Opens Door To Criminal Law Careers, Interests Students

Tania Royster, staff writer
November 15, 2016
Rapper Doppel-U came all the way from Germany to perform during the talent portion of the event.

80 Bites Showcases Cultural Diversity

Sydney Gastman, staff writer
November 14, 2016
The SECME Robotics Team defended their 2015 Championship title on Saturday, Nov. 5 at UALR, defeating 28 teams across Arkansas and the south. The competion was held at the Jack Stephens Center with Central finishing in 1st place for programming and in 2nd place overall behind Athens Bible School from Alabama. The team will now move to the Regional's in Forth Smith this December.

Photo of the Week: Rad Robotics

Annie Simon, staff writer
November 11, 2016
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