The Grizzly Growl

Katelyn Riddle

Katelyn Riddle, Sports Editor

Katelyn is a senior in high school. She loves all things sports, especially activities that test her physical and mental limits. She has completed two Half-Ironman distance triathlons, but she one day hopes to complete her first full Ironman. Until then, she will attend BYU in the fall, majoring in Exercise Science. Katelyn also enjoys music, writing sports articles for her school’s newspaper, swimming, and spending time cooking with her family.

Beyond the Lanes

Beyond the Lanes

April 7, 2022

The winter season is coming to a close. The snow is thawing and the flowers are just beginning to bloom. Spring is here and it’s time for track and field. After having a short season in 2020 and dealing...

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From left to right, top to bottom: Gavin Miller, Tim Leano, Parker Hatch, Kaden Eichelberger, Kylan Olson, Tyler Eichelberger, Andrew
Ludwig, Santos-Caden Marques, Bryan Phillips, Holden Davis, Steven Collins, Liberty Rhoades, Chase Ryan, Parker Farschou, Xander Jones,
Michael Molina, Jaxson Pershon, Tanner Greenhalgh, Morgan Hoonaker, Amanda Boynton, Bayli Atherley, Samantha Miller, Katelyn Riddle,
Jade Updike, Dayana Rodriguez, Lillian Smith, Leo Eschler, Savili Simanu, Madison Pierce, Natalie Jensen, Marissa Visser, Cambrie Babcock,
Ashleigh Greenhalgh, Carly Wilkens, Courtney Reading, Hailey Bachman, Lizzy Kocherhans, Lily Mangum, Natalie Bridges, Kamilla Bodero,
Kylee Olsen, Kelti Olson, Jaden Smith, Samara Huayhua, Taylor Guido, Alexis McDonald, Brittany Larocco.

Why Run When You Can Fly?

April 7, 2022

The alarm blares its waking tune. Mumbling and groaning is followed by shuffling feet. It’s 4:30 in the morning, and time for practice. A half hour later, the swimmer jumps into the icy water, chills...

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I Will Change the World By...

I Will Change the World By…

March 7, 2022

Standing by the piano, the young musician beams as he looks at his own masterpiece. Hours of dedicated writing and meticulous work resulted in the pages that stood before him. It wasn’t perfect, but...

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The Spirit Stick Conspiracy

The Spirit Stick Conspiracy

March 7, 2022

  It was a dark and tranquil night. Garrison field shone brilliantly through the still air and the faint glare of the moon. At a first glance, all was as it should be. However, with a closer look,...

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Mindy Zamudio: Where Does She Find the Time?

Mindy Zamudio: Where Does She Find the Time?

March 7, 2022

Life isn’t easy being a high school teacher. Their unique role demands that they wear many hats: tutor, writer, authority figure, counselor, comedian, and mentor. Now add high school coaching to the...

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At the Heart of Copper Hills

At the Heart of Copper Hills

November 17, 2021

The Copper Hills community is making service an essential tool to combat the effects of a divided society during this fast-approaching Holiday season. The winter season brings anticipated gift-giving,...

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Rhyming to the Top

Rhyming to the Top

November 17, 2021

Zac Ivie, one of Utah’s emerging music artists, shared his growing success and his hip hop roots with aspiring teen writers and musicians in Dr. Haslam’s creative writing class. Ivie began his early...

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Athletes Mental Health

Athletes Mental Health

October 26, 2021

When Simone Biles, considered the greatest gymnast of all time, dropped out of the 2020 Olympic Gymnastics competition due to a condition causing disorientation, also known as the “twisties,” it sparked...

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Replica of a Gold Medal

What it Takes to be an Olympian

September 25, 2021

The long anticipated 2021 Olympic Games have come and gone. The world watched in awe as athletes from every corner of the Earth fulfilled their Olympic glory. They all gathered in one city to represent...

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