• Crosstown  victory boosts confidence as season ends

    Crosstown victory boosts confidence as season ends

    Cilly Geranios, Associate Editor

    May 19, 2014

    It’s the bottom of the seventh with two strikes, two outs, one player on second and a tied scoreboard. Walking up to the plate, junior Bailey Ferda settled into her stance and prepared to swing. This was it. Crosstown. As ball met bat, victory met Lady Bison. Ferda hit the final run to slide senior... READ MORE »»

    Winning the final conference game of the season, the Lady Bison leave the dug out to welcome their teammate as she scores the final run. Senior Mercedes Bourgeau, scoring the final run, said, "It was probably one of the best feelings ever winning crosstown and beating their undefeated record."

    Jarom VaughAn

  • Lady Bison trample Lewistown, face season’s end

    Lady Bison trample Lewistown, face season’s end

    Cilly Geranios, Associate Editor

    May 8, 2014

    Perfect practice makes perfect. Although cliche, in the heart lay a singular truth. Practice is important and none understand this better than athletes, specifically the Lady Bison softball team. As the season progresses, the team has had opportunity to polish flaws in order to improve skills for... READ MORE »»

    Senior Hayley Houck at bat. The Lady Bison kept scoring runs while keeping Lewistown from scoring for a final score of 12-1.

    Jarom VaughAn

  • Tennis aces move toward state

    Tennis aces move toward state

    Jay Albert, Journalist

    May 1, 2014

    Sport clubs in schools are a chance for students to try new things and make friends. Tennis is no different. The Great Falls High Tennis season is halfway through and only a few days away from the divisionals that will decide who will go to state out of the group of schools within the area. Tennis... READ MORE »»

    Game face Senior Cooper Johnson responds to an opponent during a match. “These days sports can be taken so seriously, but I try to just relax and have fun when I play,” said Johnson.

    Dustin Senger

  • First time voters anticipate school improvement

    First time voters anticipate school improvement

    Shandra Jones, Journalist

    May 1, 2014

    It matters that voters mark a box: yes, no, maybe... but a decision has to be made. Every day people make important decisions that not only affect themselves, but also, other people. Eighteen-year-old students have officially signed on to become decision making citizens, as they vote on the upcoming... READ MORE »»

    Delphian Choir members sing, “Adoramus Te.” Various classrooms experienced drop-ins from the film crew, who video illustrated positive classroom environments in a selection of the district’s schools.

News

Homemade quilts bring warmth to hospitalized children

Emily Russell, Journalist

Project Linus provides love, a sense of security,warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill,traumatized,or otherwise in need through the gifts of new homemade blankets,lovingly...  Read More »

June 4, 2014 • 0 comments

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Feature

Amy Harrell Expresses Gratitude

Amy Harrell Expresses Gratitude

Shaienna Harrell, Editor in Chief

"We absolutely love Great Falls High School students to staff” said Amy Harrell, mother of Trayson Harrell “Everyone is so giving and determined to support those in need.”...  Read More »

June 4, 2014 • 0 comments

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Graduation 2014

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Sports

Freshman track athlete breaks two records and strives to do more.

Freshman track athlete breaks two records and strives to do more.

Katelin Johnson, Journalist

When it comes to sports, it requires an athlete to be dedicated with both their time and their skills. For freshman kody Torgerson it is much more than that. “That is...  Read More »

June 4, 2014 • 0 comments

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Arts & Entertainment

Art Department’s New Project

Kevin Purinton, Journalist

The art department has created an artistic piece that is quite unique, and is sure to be remembered by future classes at Great Falls High to come. It was decided that the...  Read More »

June 4, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Late start negatively effects schedules for students, teachers

Shaienna Harrell, Editor in Chief

If you ask almost any student whether they would like a longer summer, most would be on board automatically. A longer summer means more sleeping in, time in the sun, and fun...  Read More »

May 27, 2014 • 0 comments

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