Written by Paige Oschwald Are you tired of flavorless, still water? If you are anything like me, you may have trouble remembering to stay hydrated with boring, room-temperature, so instead of sticking with plain water, I enjoy sparkling, flavored water. A word of caution, however: while these flavored waters may be sugar-free, many still contain … Continue reading Stay hydrated with this flavored treat!
Written by Mackenzie Devlin Every year, there is a three-point contest for the girls basketball regional. Four players from each team in the regional can participate in this event. For the Springfield High girls basketball team, Kenzey Decker, Mackenzie Devlin, Shay Doty and Samantha Magalis participated in the contest. Three other schools in that regional … Continue reading Three-point contest results
For high schoolers who are wanting to prepare for college, the process can be intimidating. Whether you are a freshman who is simply thinking about what your future might look like, or a senior who is deciding where to commit, the college process is constantly looming overhead. My college experience was different from most. I … Continue reading Advice for college searches
Written by Sidney Harney For the first time in the history of women and men’s college basketball, a player has achieved 1,000 rebounds, 1,000 assists and 2,000 career points. This has never been done in the 129 years since college basketball began. Sabrina Ionescu is a guard for the Oregon Ducks. She is a senior … Continue reading Breaking basketball records
Written by Brooke Thompson Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts have long competed against each other as two of the biggest coffee chains in the world. Both of these coffee shops are well-liked and sell to millions of customers each day. Many people have a favorite between the two, and for me personally, it is Dunkin’ Donuts. … Continue reading Dunkin’ Donuts vs Starbucks: Which does Brooke prefer?
Last weekend was Springfield High’s Sadie Hawkins dance. The informal dance is between the two big dances of the year, Homecoming and Prom. This dance is slightly different than your normal high school dance. This includes the process of asking someone and the attire. Here is how Sadie Hawkins is unique. For your normal high … Continue reading All about Sadies
Written by Lilly WrightStarting in September 2020, students will be able to take individual sections of the ACT test. This means that if one were to score badly on the English section of the test but do really well on all of the others, he or she could just retake the English section, instead of … Continue reading The new ACT