Connor, along with three other players, had their younger siblings join them on the ice this year. Siblings on the team are Connor and Blake Ridge, Bryce and Maya Hower, Hayden and Ian Scott and Connor and Trevor McKinnon. The Panthers have never had four pairs of siblings on the team before.
Books are often found in places other than the county library. Such is the case in the homes of Snider’s most devoted book collectors. Many of these books are invaluable to the students because of the significance they hold in their lives.
If you ever see a stack of books gliding through the halls of Snider High School, it can be one of two things: a ghost haunting you with school work or Owen Ulsh scurrying to class balancing a tower of books on his head, handsfree.
Featuring seamlessly blended pigment and soft realistic features, junior August Grube’s self-portrait dreamily embodies emotion, movement and her passion for creating art.
Have you ever been at a McDonald’s and wanted ice cream? Have you ever been a government employee and wanted a paycheck? Well, both situations end in disappointment, frustration and lack of ice cream.
No one likes to think about how much sugar is in a single Starbucks Frappuccino. However, all hope is not lost for leading a healthy life and indulging in your favorite pick-me-up. The key is moderation.
Panther Hockey beat the Carroll Chargers by a score of 3-1, giving the Chargers their second loss of the season. Senior Bryce Hower recorded the game-winning goal with 5:50 left in the 3rd period.
Boys Basketball beat Concordia on the road 51-45. Girls Basketball beat the Concordia Cadets 51-39. The Snider Wrestling team won the SAC tournament. Panther Hockey won two games and lost one.
Several teachers gave their opinions on what it is like to walk the halls first as a student and then as a teacher, reflecting on the changes and the consistencies present in the school as well as in their own perceptions and attitudes.
Panther hockey lost to the Leo Lions in a hard fought battle 3-2 in a shootout. Snider wrestling won on senior night, defeating Leo 46-27. Seniors Vertis Hawkins, Cody Unverzagt and Brayden McGiffin-Hall were recognized for leading the wrestling program.
Junior Dillon Duff and sophomore Michael Eley each recorded 20+ points, as the boys basketball team defeated Canterbury 72-50. Girls Basketball beat the state ranked Bellmont 55-49. Senior Da’Leshia Davis lead the way with 24 points. Girls Swim and Dive won the South Side Tri-Meet, recording 131 points. Boys Swim and Dive recorded 148 points in the South Side Tri-Meet, coming out on top. Junior Connor Mihavics set the school diving record.
The government is shut down, and President Trump doesn’t seem to realize that by keeping the government shut down, he is putting more than 800,000 people out of work or without pay. All of this leads to one question: how is this affecting the nation’s ferrets? To find out, Will and Harry went straight to the source: Ferrets.