Oriole

Seniors become impatient as Disney-themed prom draws near

Bailey Pennycuff, Editor-in-Chief

April 25, 2019

Growing up, it is normal for a little girl to watch Disney movies and imagine herself in the princesses shoes. Maybe she dreams of being in the arms of a handsome prince. As girls grow older, they start dreaming of high school and going to prom. Now imagine having both of these combined: A “Beauty and the Beast” themed prom perfectly captures the fantasy some girls grew up dreaming of. “It’s honestly a perfect collaboration of my childhood,” Ashley Prentice (12) said. “I used to watch Disney princess movies all the ti...

Armani Dennis (12) inclines while Zachary Seybert (12) spots him. Dennis has attended Champions Hour in the past.

Champions Hour provides extra opportunities to workout

January 18, 2019

Champions Hour takes place every Thursday at 7 a.m. in the weight room. It consists of a quick workout and all students are welcome to attend. “It [Champions Hour] is an opportunity for any student or athlete who wants to get an extra lift in during the week,” Head football coach Jason Filbeck...

Wrestling wins first dual of the season

Gracie Johnston, Reporter

December 6, 2018

The wrestling team started its season off with 15 pins for its first meet, resulting in 48-30 win over Andover Central. “The team is young, so I think the momentum will help some of the younger kids,” head wrestling coach Brandon Terry said. “We have a lot of freshmen and sophomores on our team, so that helps them get a little enthusiasm early.” Fans enjoyed watching the meet. “The atmosphere made it so much more fun; there was never a quiet moment. I love it,” Ashley Prentice (12) said. Gabe Fox (1...

Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors

November 19, 2018

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Karli Dodds (12) and Collin Clark (12) sold Ice cream at their booth, Collins Crazy Creations.

November 13, 2018

Lack of student participation in student section

Gracie Johnston, Reporter

October 11, 2018

It is the fourth quarter of the football game, the O’s are down by six. The student section is up on its feet cheering at the top of its lungs. The football boys are tired, but the cheering from the student section hypes them up. Touchdown. The Orioles score and win the game. That would be a great story to tell; however not a reality. When the Orioles are down the student section is quiet. If students are going to dress up and stand in the student section, they should cheer as well. I am not sure when the idea...

Varsity teams utilize freshmen players

Reporter Ivory Rightnar

September 27, 2018

Middle School athletes hope to make the A team. No one thinks about making varsity sports in middle school until their eighth grade year. Six sports take place during the fall season, only 10 of the freshmen athletes made varsity. Football Football might be Augusta’s most popular fall sport, and two freshmen (Hunter Anderson (9) and Riley Buck (9) obtained a varsity spot. Anderson hyperextended his knee during the Black vs Orange football scrimmage. Anderson was upset but knew he was going to be able to play in the gam...

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