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Why football’s not just for boys anymore

Cassidy Monson, Reporter

November 16, 2018


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  Here at Skyline we love school spirit, we love pep rallies and we love supporting our sports teams. We decorate the entire school and town for one week every year for a single game. It comes as no surprise that we love our football team and always chant loud and proud “yes we do, we love our boys ...

Emotion Cup

Sujata Gandhi

September 26, 2018


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In the case of the Emotion Cup, the cup was both half-full and half-empty. The girls’ soccer team won against Idaho Falls High School, but the boys’ team lost. The girls’ team won by 7-1. One of the team captains, Katie Nawrocki (12), said her favorite part of the game was when she made a pena...

Lady Grizz won tiger hunt

Lady Grizz won tiger hunt

Celeste Rakckam, Reporter

September 26, 2018


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The Lady Grizz came in quite victorious when they went on the “Tiger Hunt” this year against Idaho Falls, winning  on August 30th .However, since then, the volleyball team has had a rough patch with injuries and lost plays. On the freshman team in particular, there were two injuries in one game...

Smiles for victory, hugs for team spirit

Smiles for victory, hugs for team spirit

Eli Sorensen, Reporter

September 26, 2018


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Last October, seven runners made Skyline history and won the State cross country meet. Of the seven, five are returning this year, and they’ve got their eyes on the prize once more. Even after their victory last year, another win won’t be an easy feat. Despite difficulties they’ve already faced and the...

Golf takes a swing at state

Salma Gomez

May 29, 2018


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The school gathered in the halls to send the golf team off to state on Fri. May 9. Golfer Zoe Davis (10) said, “State was a lot of fun. It was super hot though. We had our practice round all day Sunday. Then on Monday and Tuesday we had our actual round. We did okay. The girls placed seventh. Durin...

Goodbye Tammy

Goodbye Tammy

Salma Gomez

May 29, 2018


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Tammy Sorensen has been a coach at our school for 35 years. She is the head coach for the softball team, but she also helps with many of other sports   “Tammy leaving the softball program is going to be a hard transition for all of the players. She was an amazing coach and built up the prog...

State Track

Sariah Harrison, Reporter

May 29, 2018


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“What a great season.  I am so proud of all of our kids,” coach Chase Meyer posted to Facebook after the boys and girls track teams both finished 5th at state. “We’ve also had some outstanding individual efforts and PRs, including two State Champs. Congratulations to Zedekiah Davis winning th...

Tennis: Smashing up a successful season

Sariah Harrison, Reporter

May 2, 2018


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Athlete Spotlight: Tennis Player Josh Francis True success as an athlete is not measured by placement, but rather personal improvement. All successful athletes aspire to work hard & improve to become their very best. The competition of other athletes aspiring to become their best provides challenge for...

Extreme Ballroom Competition

Extreme Ballroom Competition

Andrea Rodriguez, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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  Ballroom dancing has been known to be a competitive contact sport. Recently, two Skyline ladies danced a week away at BYU in Provo, competing for top honors with their dance team Extreme Ballroom. Chloe Martin (10), and Olivia Shaul (11) have all been dancing for years, but not the ste...

The Runner’s High is Real!

Sariah Harrison, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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Why is it that after a good, challenging, competitive meet many athletes seem crazy happy? How can an athlete, over the course of just a few hours, change from being extremely anxious to extremely elated? This feeling of satisfaction and joy, created from a great accomplishment, has been nickname...

Helsley Throws for Fun, Fame, & Free Money

Sariah Harrison, Reporter

April 2, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Sports

  The Shot Putter A senior here at Skyline High School just received a full-ride scholarship to Weber State University, and what did he receive the scholarship for? Being able to throw something--really well. We hear all the time about how essential gaining an education is to becoming a produc...

Cheap deductions cost cheer champs

Cassidy Monson

February 28, 2018


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   Last year’s State and District Cheer Stunt Group Champions were robbed this year at the Cupids Cheer Challenge held at Highland High School earlier this month. The Skyline cheer team competed four routines. Skyline placed well in three of the four routines and were overall very happy with how the...

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