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52nd Annual Snowball Derby

52nd Annual Snowball Derby

Eli Thompson, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2019

With rain on the horizon, and the qualifying round about to start, runners in the 52nd annual Snowball Derby knew that they weren’t going to be making it to work following their Sunday evening race.  Derek Thorn rolled off the grid on the pole with Cole Butcher and Corey Lajoie rounding out t...

Powderpuff girls take the field

Katelyn Richards ‘22 and Raven Aliberto ‘22 
following their Game 3 win.

Delaney Wildermuth, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2019

It’s Homecoming season, Palm Harbor! Time to show some spirit, watch some football, and dress to the nines. To prepare, Mr. Mullaney and the Powderpuff crew worked with the girls for weeks before their September 10 game.  Until about 5 years ago, the girls flag football game at Palm Harbor was ann...

Dreams do come true

Dreams do come true

Chaetan Prabhu and Jake McMullen

April 2, 2019

Signing with a college is one of the most important moments in a softball player’s career. There are plenty of factors to consider, and many influences on a player’s decision. Some players choose their dream school, while others choose schools that provide them with the opportunities they’re looking...

Super Bowl LIII Prediction

Chaetan Prabhu, Photographer

December 20, 2018

Every single year there’s always the same old argument with the same old questions; Who’s going to be the next Super Bowl winner? Will the Patriots win yet again? Just like how stats will always be stats, the Patriots, are 22nd in yards per game defensively. The Rams are currently second in yards per g...

Love for the sport

Grace Mercer, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2018

People can be inspired, influenced, and demonstrate love for a sport. Kyle Romero (‘19) learned to swim and love the sport gradually in a different way. “My parents don’t know how to swim, yet they made me take swimming when I was younger. In the end, I had a natural feel for the water and was...

The sanctioning of lacrosse for Pinellas County

Sophia Sesi (‘20), a lacrosse player from PHU, played in a recruiting tournament over the summer with her travel Tampa Tropics in West Palm Beach.

Justine Nguyen, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2018

Lacrosse is a sport that almost everyone knows of, and most people know at least one person who plays the sport. However, in Pinellas County, lacrosse is still currently a club sport, and it is not yet an official school sport. The Pinellas Lacrosse Alliance, also known as the PLA, is trying to sancti...

JV basketball cheer captain profiles

Allyson May, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018

With a new season of girls basketball ahead, the jv cheerleaders have selected two new captains to take lead in the squad this school year.                            Jada Bryant (‘21) What is an interesting fact about yourself?: “That I used to pla...

What kind of team is a JV team

Making the magic happen Jeff Binta ('21) starts to drive past the defender to score, but ends up giving the ball to a teammate for a 3 pointer.

December 10, 2018

Players can shoot every shot they want to but in reality they will never make every single one. The JV boys basketball team may be small in size, but they prove that they can still play with heart and hustle. “We don’t need a lot of height we just need a few big plays. Big plays will help us b...

JV girls basketball profiles

Elarya Tadres, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2018

Basketball season has started for both boys and girls. People often wonder “who are the starters” or “who are the five players that always start out the game.” Here are the five JV girl starters and their background. Some are freshman and some are sophomores.   Angela Guirguis #20 Why did yo...

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