2023 Varsity Tennis Player Profiles

2023 Varsity Tennis Player Profiles

Beatrice Shen, Staff Writer May 4, 2023

Well into Spring sports season, the Varsity Tennis team so far has had an extremely fun season. Hear some captains give their input.    Serene Alandary (‘23):  1) How long have you been...

Tarpon Springs, Florida

Tasteful or Tacky?

Cassie Santella, Editor-in-Cheif December 21, 2022

  Animated Lights   Projector lights are out, animated lights are in. What I mean by this is no more red and green dots projected all over your garage or lawn. As a less horrific alternative,...

Showing off the special TBH balloons. Rachel Giaquinto, Hannah Pinnell, Ansley Acree, Mackenzie Mills, Natalie Tajeddine, Lily Fragola (20), and Sophia Sesi (19) celebrate the end of the 2019 book on the annual distribution day.

Yearbook Distribution Day 2019

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter May 17, 2019

Costco v. Sams Club

The battle of buying in bulk

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter May 16, 2019

Grocery shopping that requires a membership? Unlike other grocery stores, Sam’s Club and Costco both provide their items in bulk so buyers can stock up. But which wholesale store is superior? Each...

Vince Parisi and his wife Kristy Parisi together as the formal owners of the Canes Cafe’.

Canes Cafe’, “It’s all about the U”

Jacyn McCrudden, Staff Reporter December 13, 2018

News about a new convenience store called Canes Cafe has been swarming student social media feeds. Which of course with a lot of publicity comes with a lot of questions of what the store is and what it...

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. We really come together as a team. We never really have someone who will hog the ball over everyone else, Binta said.

What kind of team is a JV team

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...

Heading to the next stop in the city, Tori Reece (‘19) can’t seem to hide her excitement. “It was a really amazing experience because not a lot of people get to say they’ve been,” Reece said.

Warm hearts head to the cold

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter December 3, 2018

Shaking girls, forced smiles, and a sea of green poms poms over 500 cheerleaders; the coldest Macy’s Day Thanksgiving parade reported happened to take place this Nov. 2018. Seven senior cheerleaders...

Mia Buffano on the field here at PHUHS. She is excited to play for the University of Florida soon.

College-bound athletes channel a positive work ethic

Sharron Canham and Kimmy Singer November 26, 2018

“Being successful motivates me, whether it’s playing baseball or getting a job,” said Andrew Booth, a senior baseball player committed to St. Leo University. Student-athletes are motivated to work...

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter October 3, 2018

The most underappreciated job at PHUHS is probably one of the most important. Plant Operations are the people that do the dirty work, literally. Seen sweeping up messes to fixing electrical troubles, they’re...

Player of the Week: Mitch Farris

Player of the Week: Mitch Farris

Andy Blair, Sports Editor March 20, 2018

With high school baseball in full swing, Palm Harbor University has had some standout players. One of those players is junior pitcher Mitch Farris. Mitch Farris has been on the PHU baseball team for...

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