After successfully finding a director for the school play, preparations are well on their way.
Joyce Depenbusch is directing the play, and Beth Novotny is the assistant. They have worked together in many past productions. There are 17 speaking parts played by students in the play, not counting additional stage crew. “Annie Play will do” is the play that Depenbusch chose.
Several Skyline fall sports teams have been plagued with injuries recently.
The cross country team, in particular, has had several long term injuries that have lasted most of the season.
Ever see people at Wal-Mart walking down an aisle and look like they haven’t taken a shower in a week? Well, they probably haven’t. Personal hygiene is SO important, especially in today’s society. Continue reading
The post-season festivities are up and running as the cross country and volleyball teams prepare for their Regional and Sub-State competitions this weekend. Continue reading
A big part of fall sporting events is the atmosphere. Something that is part of this atmosphere that affects both the team performing and the crowd is spirit.
“I think that school spirit has increased for the most part recently,” senior cheerleader Taylor DeWeese said. Continue reading
The Lady T-Birds have a home court advantage at the Sub-State volleyball tournament.
It was predicted that it would be held at home, and it was announced officially at the end of September that the tournament would be held in the Thunderdome on Oct. 26. This is the first time that Skyline has hosted Sub-State since 2008. Continue reading
From Taiwan to America, 16-year-old Lee Ming Shan landed on U.S. soil for the first time in August. Excited to make new friends but missing home, she entered her new home with a new name. Continue reading
When thinking about Skyline High School football, the first few thoughts probably contain something along the lines of a Friday night at Webster Field cheering on the T-Birds. Of course, like any team, each player has an important role, but there is one member who plays a big role that might not come to mind. The manager. For the past six years, senior Gage Barbour has been on the sidelines doing everything he can to help the coaches and the players.
“The best part is getting to be with all of the boys every day,” Barbour said. “That is what I’m going to miss the most when I graduate.” Continue reading
Cross country runners are looking to finish their season as strong as they started it. The 11 boys and seven girls plan to carry that success to State on Nov. 2 in Wamego.
Due to injuries and low numbers, there hasn’t been a full girls’ team at every meet, but individuals have still placed. Senior Abby Giles has been out the majority of the season struggling with shin splints, senior Brooke Fisher and junior Jenessa Corbet have been battling hamstring problems, and sophomore Miranda Ghumm fractured her ankle at cheer practice. Continue reading