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  • More Sleep Likely to Improve Mental Health

    More Sleep Likely to Improve Mental Health

    Willow Crum, Multimedia Staff

    January 16, 2019

    As high schoolers, getting enough sleep every night is one of the many challenges students face throughout their high school experience, especially if they participate in extracurricular activities after school. Finding a good balance between school, work, homework, sports, clubs before and after school, and sleep is practically impossible unless students keep a daily routine and allow sleep to become one of their top priorities. The lack of...

  • Archery Team Shoots for Continued Success

    Archery Team Shoots for Continued Success

    Jessica Brooks, Multimedia Staff

    December 20, 2018

    Ever since the archery team got to go to Nationals last season each teammate gives it his or her all at tournaments and practice. On Nov. 17, in Garrard County, 15 members shot from the high school team and 3 of the 15 won medals. Logan Gamble, a sophomore, won the second place medal for high school boys. Madyson Berry, a freshman, won the second place medal for high school girls and Willow Spencer, a freshman, won the third place medal ...

    Jevan Lewis, 11th, aims for his shot.

  • Boys’ Basketball Desires Revenge This Season

    Boys’ Basketball Desires Revenge This Season

    Nick Hounshell, Editor-in-Chief

    December 20, 2018

    Revenge. In the sports world, revenge is undeniably sweet. Revenge drives athletes, pushing them further, harder, and stronger than any other factor. Revenge is truly the best motivator. After the GRC boys’ basketball team fell to the hands of Campbell County – the eventual region champions – in the semifinals, the Cardinals are motivated by revenge. “Last year we were so close, it still leaves a bad taste in our mouths,” said se...

    Jerone Morton looks to score.

  • Girls’ Basketball Looking to Continue Legacy of Excellence

    Girls’ Basketball Looking to Continue Legacy of Excellence

    Hayden Turley, Sports Editor

    December 20, 2018

    Build a team. Practice the sport. Play the game. Continue the legacy. GRC’s girls’ basketball team is constantly reaching for new heights from previous impressive seasons. The Lady Cards’ season began in late November, carrying with them the epic title of number two team in the state. The players themselves were shocked by this prestigious honor. “I knew we would be ranked high,” said senior Maleaha Bell, “but I didn’t...

    Kennedy Igo drives to the basket.

  • Flashback: Players From First GRC Girls’ Soccer Team Reflect on Success

    Flashback: Players From First GRC Girls’ Soccer Team Reflect on Success

    Julia Pohl, Journalism 1

    December 20, 2018

    The year is 1995. Audrey McNabb plays in the Winchester Youth Soccer League (WYSL) which ends at age 13. She has nowhere to play after her 8th grade year. “If she’s going to play soccer and that’s what she wants,” her mother, Karen, thought, “then we’re going to have to get a [high school] girl’s soccer team.” Karen McNabb had seen the boys’ high school soccer team grow for over a decade, and thought it was unfair th...

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More Sleep Likely to Improve Mental Health
  • Abolishing Religious Headwear Ban 181 Years Too Late December 20, 2018
  • Stop and Smell the Pollution December 20, 2018
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Archery Team Shoots for Continued Success
  • Boys’ Basketball Desires Revenge This Season December 20, 2018
  • Girls’ Basketball Looking to Continue Legacy of Excellence December 20, 2018
  • Flashback: Players From First GRC Girls’ Soccer Team Reflect on Success December 20, 2018
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