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The World Cup Post 2018

Sam McMullin, Staff Writer
August 25, 2018

With the end of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, we look towards the next Cups and where they will be hosted. The next one scheduled for 2022 will be hosted in Qatar. It also has been announced that in 2026,...

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The field at West Hills Middle is watered nicely, but the holes arent good for safe play.

Turf Wars: Girls’ Field Teams Deserve Their Shot Under the Lights

Hailee Lamoreaux, Sports Editor
August 25, 2018

The girls’ soccer team and the girls’ lacrosse team both had great seasons last year. But both teams also had a common complaint: the turf, or lack thereof. The turf was a new addition to Garrison...

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Copper Hills Football Players who will be Senior, Varsity plays this year (left to right)  Payton Durfey, DJ Jackson, Sratton Lockabay, and Tyson Hoggan.

A Season For Change: Football

Lainee Miller, Staff Writer
August 25, 2018

You suit up for your game, putting on layer after layer of hot, sweaty pads. You have your pre-game meeting. You know full-well few people in the stands believe you can win. You sit there hoping, praying...

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The Copper Hills Hockey team with their trophy after the huge win.

Grizzlies Skate Through State

The Copper Hills Hockey Team Wins State Championship Game
Baileigh Beebe, Arts and Entertainment Editor
February 24, 2018

The undefeated Grizzly hockey team took to the ice one last time in the state championship game against Bingham High School. Nerves and excitement filled the rink as the stands filled with Grizzly parents,...

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Grizzlies welcome their starting line-up.

Honorary Grizzly

Drew Olsen is named Team Captain
Maddy Hutchins, Staff Writer
February 10, 2018

On Friday the 9th, the Copper Hills basketball boys dedicated their game to Drew Olsen, who suffers from FIRES, and made him the Honorary Team Captain. Drew was diagnosed with Febrile Infection-Related...

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Lady Grizzlies Sweep Corner Canyon Tournament

Portia Price, Sports Editor
December 17, 2017

On the weekend of December 14th, 15th, and 16th, the Girl’s Basketball team played in a tournament at Corner Canyon High School, and went undefeated. The tournament had 3 set games for each team, and...

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Twice the Guts, Twice the Glory

Life as a Multi-Sport Athlete
Autumn Lucas, Staff Writer
December 5, 2017

It can be difficult for any athlete to prepare for the season, but that becomes even more troubling when they move from one sport right into the season for another. Many athletes participate in multiple...

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November Athletes of the Month

November Athletes of the Month

Portia Price, Sports Editor
November 1, 2017

Kendrick Weston (Photo by Quiksilver Photography) Cross Country Sport: Figure Skating, junior men’s singles Age: 14 GPA: 3.4 Stats: “I have placed 3rd in Nationals and my highest...

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The Copper Hills student section during a home game.

Home Turf

Was the New Football Field Worth It?
Portia Price, Sports Editor
November 1, 2017

The student section buzzes and glitters with excitement and noise. Faces are painted with grins and acrylic dots, numbers, and bear paws. The spirit stick slams against the bleachers as cheerleaders “pump...

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Down, But Not Out

The Effects of Long-Term Injuries on Athletes
Autumn Lucas, Staff Writer
November 1, 2017

When an athlete gets injured, especially an injury with a long recovery time, it is difficult to deal with, not just physically, but mentally. Unfortunately, getting hurt is often an unavoidable aspect...

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Right to Stand, Right to Kneel

The NFL Protest About Taking a Knee During the Anthem
Madelyn Hutchins, Staff Writer
November 1, 2017

On Saturday, September 23rd, President Trump took it upon himself to speak out about NFL players that he felt should be fired if they did not stand during the National Anthem. He tweeted, “If a player...

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The student section during the last home game.

Breaking Bleachers

The Student Section has to Make Their Own Highlights
Aubrey Virgin, Opinion & Lifestyle Editor
November 1, 2017

Broken bleachers: to some, this was the highlight of the Copper Hills versus Riverton football game. When the students first got there, the bleachers were not in the best condition, so when Copper Hills...

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