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The Kobe Bryant Legacy

February 26, 2020

In basketball history, there have been many players that are considered “legends” or “gods,” some of them being Michael Jordan, Lebron James, and the one and only, Kobe Bryant. Many may not be big fans of basketball, but even then, they’ve still heard about Bryant or have even said or heard othe...

Gambling Recently Made Legal For Most States, and The Super Bowl Was a Prime Example Of What Can Be Seen.

Diamond Garcia-Alvarez, Reporter/Social Media Editor

February 26, 2020

The Supreme Court legalized sports betting in May 2019, which broke the longtime ban and created a potential financial blast for all involved, but now the money has finally poured in for television networks and sports leagues. Contradicting their statements before the ruling in May when gambling was ...

Student signing with MSU

Student signing with MSU

TayLee Sanders, Reporter/Writer

February 25, 2020

All the hard work is starting to pay off. Athletic Skyline seniors are starting to sign letters of intent to play with colleges. Earlier this month Hannah Fish (12) signed with  Montana State University to run track. Fish will be running a 1 and a 2 in the sprints and some release. Fish and her parent...

Grizz Cheer Competition

Grizz Cheer Competition

TayLee Sanders, Reporter/Writer

February 25, 2020

  Couch Paula Ashby, the cheer coach here at Skyline, feels like her team has been improving. “They may be young, but they have improved a lot,” she said. Ashby thinks the hardest part for her team right now is their timing and committing to execution. When asked why she likes being a ch...

Practice Pays Off!

Ethan Morse (10) blocking the ball.

Felix Alvarez

January 30, 2020

Young students are constantly told to follow your dreams and work hard for what you want. Well, a dreamer at Skyline did exactly that.  Ethan Morse (12) currently plays for SHS Varsity basketball team. This is his first year playing for the team, after trying out four years in a row.. Morse is no...

Why wrestle? Grizz wrestlers explain.

Why wrestle? Grizz wrestlers explain.

TayLee Sanders, Reporter/Writer

January 30, 2020

While everyone is settling into their seats, the wrestlers and their coaches shake hands before the match begins. The wrestlers come out wearing a tight type of clothing called singlets. The wrestlers have their heads facing each other and they shake hands. A second after the referee blows his whistle, ...

Girl’s basketball breakdown: Injuries plague team

Lesley Moreno, Reporter

January 29, 2020

Lesley Moreno    Freshman basketball:  Besides all the smacking, shoving, and scratching, there has been one serious injury on the freshman basketball team.  Jazz Raya (9) has been playing basketball since she was five years old. Raya is a post on the freshman basketball team. She ...

Tajma griz goes digital with upgrade

Tajma griz goes digital with upgrade

Jasmin Camacho

December 18, 2019

The lights went down, and the blue flames on the scoreboard flickered brightly, reminding me of a professional arena. The excitement factor of the basketball game increased tangibly as the crowd waited for the announcer to introduce the players. As he shouts their names, their photos and positions pop ...

Grizzly Hockey

Grizzles on ice!

TayLee Sanders, Reporter/Writer

December 18, 2019

Hockey hits the ice By Taylee Sanders Hockey pucks flying in the air, sticks on the ice sliding the puck towards the goal, fan’s shivering in the stands: this is hockey. The first week of December, the Skyline Grizzly club team, consisting of mainly Skyline students but also a few from Shelley...

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...

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