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Spotlight on State-level Soccer Players

Lesley Moreno and kiana kraykovic

November 20, 2019

The hours upon hours of summer and after school practice paid off as the girls varsity soccer took the district title this year and went to state Oct. 23-25.     Jaqueline (Jackie) Trejo (9), the only freshman on the varsity team, said she has been playing since she was five years old. “I felt very...

AD adds Captain’s club

McKay Peterson, Page Editor

November 20, 2019

Athletic director Gregg Baczuk started a new leadership class for sports captains this year. The class meets Monday mornings during late-starts, and the goal is to develop the leadership capacity of the various student athletes.  “Captains club originated just to provide training and help to our sports teams Captains who are e...

Cross country crosses state off the list

Cross country crosses state off the list

Mason. Colvin, Sports

November 19, 2019

Skyline Drumline sent our long distance runners off in style Friday, Nov. 1, so they could check out the cross country course for the state meet in Pocatello the next day, and they never missed a beat. While Idaho Falls swept the meet by claiming both the boys’ and girls’ championship titles, Skyline bo...

Emotion Bowl Success

Emotion Bowl Success

TayLee Sanders

October 23, 2019

Skyline Grizzlies remain Kings of the Goal Posts!   By Taylee Sanders   Our Skyline boys had another great victory of Freshman, JV and Varsity teams over longtime rivals IF Tigers at the Emotion Bowls on Sept. 26 and 27. This makes for year six of blue goal posts.  The varsity came out strong with an im...

Cross Country creates team spirit

McKay Peterson, reporter

October 23, 2019

What do athletes love about running with the cross country team? From our interviews, it appears that the spirit of teamwork is the number one answer. True, cross country is a competitive sport, but teammates are not competing against each other per se. As each individual runner crosses the finish line,...

Emotion Bowl Announcements Issued for Idaho Falls and Skyline High School

Diamond Garcia-Alvarez

September 26, 2019

During the week of the Emotion Bowl 2019, tensions rise between Skyline and Idaho Falls High schools rise tremendously. It’s even gotten to the point where all-out brawls take place in schools, public landmarks, and the community at large. It has even gotten to the point where security in some areas ha...

Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer

September 26, 2019

So far the girls soccer team has played a total of seven games, six of which they won and one that they lost. They have done amazing in all of their games, but one of the games in which they have done an outstanding job was against Shelley High School, where they defeated their opponent 9-0..  When ...

Skyline Swims Away With A First Place

Skyline Swims Away With A First Place

Lesley Moreno

September 26, 2019

Our Skyline swim team dove into the pool, kicked and pulled with all of their might, and rose to the top at the swim meet Saturday, Sept.  21, 2019. Skyline won first overall with a score of 309 points, winning by 2 points! Girls got 1st with a score of 196, winning by about 30 points, and the boys s...

Josh Francis spotlight

Josh Francis spotlight

Sydney Melior, Page editor

May 24, 2019

Senior Joshua Francis (12) is a pro at serving on the tennis court, but he’s about to enter a new phase of serving: a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.   Last week he was in his home, surrounded by family and friends. The anticipation was building up, the exciteme...

Spotlight Brody Owens

Spotlight Brody Owens

McKay Peterson, Page Editor

May 24, 2019

A humble and shy hulk of a young man, Brody Owens (12) and the rest of the Skyline Grizzlies are going to state for varsity baseball. “My dad played baseball when he was in high school and college,” Owens said when we asked why he plays and what motivates him.   Throughout the years, Owe...

Spencer Harding

Spencer Harding

Janis Orchard, Reporter

May 21, 2019

  Loyal, motivated and punny are the words Spencer Harding (12) used to describe himself.   He is a long jumper for track, but found it a little difficult this year because he tore his LCL and ACL muscles and got bone bruise, and long jump is all knees. “It was when we were playing Madison...

Track sprinting for gold

Sydney Melior, Page editor

April 25, 2019

On your mark, get set, go...finally! The late snow put a damper on the track season when the first meet was cancelled because the track was covered with snow. Guess that’s what happens during spring sports in Idaho when most of spring still has snow on the ground with probably some more to come. ...

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