Do you remember what you were doing in 6th all the time? Well, Sidney Williams remembers what she was doing, she was playing volleyball. Sidney is in 12th grade and has been playing since 6th grade. That’s seven years she has been playing. After seven years of playing volleyball, you are definitely going to pick … More An Inside Look at Sidney Williams
Kahlo Smith, a senior this year, has been playing on the tennis team for three years now. She first got interested playing tennis when she was in middle school but didn’t play for the school until her sophomore year. This year was her first year as the tennis captain, and she loved it. She thought … More Tennis Player Kahlo Smith
With chest flaming and head spinning and his strides burning on the track towards the finish line, senior and Team Captain Craig Yeomans completes his best race of his senior cross country season, ending the race with a staggered gait towards the fence lining the track, hurling the fruits of his efforts at a nearby … More Cross Country Player Craig Yeomans
Every morning when the pool covers are ripped off of the water and steam billows off into the sky, the SLV boys Varsity Water Polo gets prepared to take on their opponent. One of the players that can be seen jumping in the pool is senior Nate Alisago. Alisago has been an avid water polo … More An Inside Look at Nate Alisago
Mark Carling has been a scholar athlete for the majority of his life. Playing 1 year of freshman football, 3 years of varsity football, 2 years of JV basketball, 2 ½ years of varsity baseball, 1 ½ on JV baseball, 1 year of JV track, and lastly 1 year of varsity track. With only 1 … More An Inside Look at Mark Carling
Girls water polo season is underway and is sounding like they are set on going all the way this year. Jillian francis, as well as fellow captain macey parmenter, both commented on the great talent on the team, and the good reliability on all the players, as well as commenting on the coaches drive to … More Girl’s Water Polo Believes in Their Talent
“The season was challenging yet a bonding experience”. Throughout her golf career at SLV it has been a roller coaster of seasons. Francis remarked, “Sadly we ended with a record of 0-8 and so far going to Betty’s Burgers after our game was the best team accomplishment and memory we have had. All of us … More SLV Girl’s Golf Finishing with Strong Hearts
A condolence call from President Trump has turned the sorrow of the recent Niger Ambush into a political dispute. The purpose of this call was to comfort Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Sergeant La David Johnson, who died in Niger defending our country. Although the intent of Trump’s phone call was good, many, including Mrs. … More Trump Offends Soldier’s Widow, Turning a Tragedy into a Political Debate
Recently, immigration worries and terrorist scares have led to travel restrictions to countries such as Libya, Chad, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Venezuela, and North Korea. Whether or not these bans are within reason depend on the country and the issues surrounding it. In these times, as we look at countries and their dangers to the … More Travel Warnings Facing U.S.A.
The US government released thousands of files regarding the assassination or our former president, John F. Kennedy. However it was later found that many more were being withheld upon request from the CIA and FBI in order to protect our national security. It has rumored that this is only making conspiracy theorists more curious about … More Should we be suspicious regarding the JFK files?