By Colten Hagadus
In the first game of the season, Jack Reichenbach achieved a milestone that not many other high school basketball players can say that they achieved. Reichenbach becomes the first player at Salisbury to score 1000 points since Lindsay Bauer did a few years ago. In an interview with Todd Kress, Reichenbach stated, “I knew I needed 13, and I just wanted to get in the flow of the offense.” His total 1009 points included his freshman year at Notre Dame where he scored 279. “It’s something that no one in my family has done, which is really cool,” said Reichenbach. He becomes the first male at Salisbury to achieve the accomplishment since Geoff Hoffman in 2001. Also, he is the first player ever to score 1000 under head coach Jason Weaver. Continue reading “Reichenbach Joins 1000th Point Club”
Love advice makes its second year debut in the library. Everyone is free to submit questions or concerns that may arise in a relationship, and submitting said questions or concerns is easy! You can submit concerns either in the library, or via the online submission box below. All submissions are anonymous, and we respond to them as often as we get them!
This week’s question: “How do I move on after my relationship has ended?”
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By: Brett Minnick
Coming into the last few weeks of the season, many of the division leaders can be inferred, excluding the AFC West and NFC South, and the real battles become for the Wild Card. In the NFC many teams are still in the mix but the Panthers and Falcons are the frontrunners.
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By: Brett Minnick
“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” by Andy Williams may be the most accurate description of the holiday season I can provide.
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By Rylee Yerkes
Salisbury High School has been expecting their yearly visit from a tiny festive elf: The Elf on the Shelf. He began hiding around the school on Monday, 12/18. Students and staff received the following email signed by their annual guest on Tuesday, 12/13. Each year, Mr. Anderson sends well-crafted riddles to students in order to give hints as to where the Elf is going to be hiding. To anticipate the arrival of the Elf, one of the riddles reads: Continue reading “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year at Salisbury”
by Rylee Yerkes
The Poetry Out Loud competition was held December 12th in room 006 during Falcon Period. During this competition, students recited poems by memory and were judged by all of the teachers in the English department. The winner of this in-school competition will advance to the next level of competition: the state finals. The location has yet to be decided for the state finals, but it will be hosted on March 5. There, contestants will recite three poems with the rest of the champions from Pennsylvania. Finally, the winners of the state competitions will participate in the national semifinals on April 24 at the Lisner Auditorium in Washington D.C. This competition will be broadcasted live. Finally, on April 25, the national finals will occur. The semifinals and finals at the Lisner Auditorium are free to attend and open to the public. Making it to the national finals is a huge accomplishment; the best competitors in all of America will attend. Continue reading “Poetry Out Loud Competition”
By Abigail Christman
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been dating for at least 15 months. Meghan is an American actor, raised in Los Angeles, California. Harry and Meghan got engaged on November 27th, 2017. Markle’s ring includes a diamond from Botswana, for the yellow color, and smaller diamonds that belonged to Harry’s mother, Princess Diana of Wales. Prince Harry included his mother’s diamonds because he wants her to be included on this “crazy journey.” Jewelers in the UK said they will not be making replicas of the ring. The jeweler also said this is one of the “biggest, hardest secrets” they have had to keep.
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