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The Short, but Powerful Legacy of Ty Jordan

The Short, but Powerful Legacy of Ty Jordan

Jaydon Arslanian, Sports Writer
April 28, 2021

It is not often that you see a 19 year-old freshman running for 600 yards and 6 touchdowns in 5 games. However, this time, that man was Ty Jordan. In his final three games in his freshman year, Ty ran...

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Diego Amaya Martinez: The Unknown Olympian

Diego Amaya Martinez: The Unknown Olympian

Allie Reiser, Sports Editor
April 27, 2021

Diego leaned forward onto his elbows and rested his chin on his knuckles. “I don’t like to lose,” he said. His posture slouched forward, causing his hair to fall in front of his eyes.  His passion...

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Once a Grizzly, Always a Grizzly

Once a Grizzly, Always a Grizzly

Fatai Mateaki, Editor in Chief
April 27, 2021

Ah, life after high school. Many students choose to work, others attend college or travel. Mrs. McBee, one of our teachers who attended Copper Hills as a student, chose to go to Weber State University...

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Kylee Nelson “flying” to victory

Kylee Nelson – A Grizzly To Model

Carlye Davis, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor
March 23, 2021

As a Copper Hills Grizzly, I take pride in my school for many reasons, but the thing I regard with most delight are the people who, too, call themselves Grizzlies. There are many students who are deserving...

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The GOAT Gets Another Ring

The GOAT Gets Another Ring

Jaydon Arslanian, Sports Editor
March 10, 2021

On February 7th, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers blew out the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 to get their second Super Bowl in team history. More importantly, Tom Brady got his seventh Super Bowl Ring,...

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Copper Hills Drumline Takes 1st Place

Copper Hills Drumline Takes 1st Place

Carlye Davis, Sports Editor
March 6, 2021

On February 20, 2021, Copper Hills Drumline left their competition at Bingham High School as champions.  This was drumline’s first competition of the season, and they’re off to a great start with...

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A Utah Man, Are You?

A Utah Man, Are You?

Carlye Davis, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor
January 4, 2021

What once sounded like a hammer to the head (helmets colliding) may now sound like the squeals of children on Christmas morning. Utah football is back! They will begin their 2020 season on November 21st...

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Camilla signs her NLI to BYU

Camilla Andam

Growl Staff
February 24, 2020

Camilla Andam is a multi-sport athlete here at Copper Hills High School. She is a Division 1 bound athlete, committed to BYU for Track and Field. Andam is a captain of volleyball as well as track and field....

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Alyssa Pace

Alyssa Pace

Lainee Miller, Sports Editor
February 24, 2020

Alyssa Pace is a junior who technically does not go to Copper Hills. She decided to enroll in an online school because she wants to be eligible to wrestle. She is the first girl to ever wrestle on the...

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What being an Azurette means

What being an Azurette means

Growl Staff
February 24, 2020

From early morning practices to taking home trophies, the Azurettes are a symbol of unity at Copper Hills.   Although their state championship streak is broken, the Grizzly nation is still proud...

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Seven-Year-Streak LOST!

Jessica Virgin, Managing Editor
February 6, 2020

For the past seven years, our Copper Hills Drill team has dominated the state competition, sweeping at regions, semi-finals, and state. However, this year that streak has sadly ended. In regions, they...

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Cheer Competition January 18

Cheer Competition January 18

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer
January 27, 2020

This Saturday, January 18th, Copper Hills High School’s Junior Varsity and Varsity teams competed at Northern Region Cheer Competition at Corner Canyon High School.    Junior Varsity competed...

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