By: Nate Getch
Are you interested in a sport where you aren’t being nailed every two seconds? How about a sport where you have basically no chance of getting injured? If this is your idea of a great sport, then, have I got the sport for you! The challenging game of chess.
Now some of you are thinking, wait, chess is for nerds and geeks. You have got it all wrong. Chess offers a chance to socialize while learning offensive and defensive strategies. Just like many other sport, chess gives you the chance to be a part of a team (club). Continue reading
By: Ethan Klein
Even though the 8th grade football players are done with their season, the grind doesn’t stop. 8th grade football players have the opportunity to go to Bowling Green High High Schools field house and practice with them. They go to the high school on the athletic bus and start conditioning with the high school players. Continue reading
Spooky Halloween costume contest
by: Cleveland Cavazos
Bowling Green Junior high school had a costume contest on October 31st, 2014. The contest was a fundraiser for the journalism department to raise money for new technology. Also the contest was to help promote student school spirit. Most of the winners claim they did not expect to win the costume contest. The winner’s costumes varied from real life things/people to fictional characters. The contest winners are listed below.
By: Nate Getch
Imagine walking in the shoes of a teacher or a coach. You teach eight classes a day from 7:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with fewer breaks and less time to sit down than in most other professions. Teaching can be totally exhausting, especially if you are a coach.
After the 8th grade boys football season was over the Purples finished 11-1, with an undefeated regular season. They had at least 36 points per game, except for the semi-finals in which they lost to Corbin. It was a rematch from 7th grade whenever the same purples team lost to Corbin in the state championship, so tensions were high.