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Super Bowl fails to entertain many fans

Ryan Austin, Sports Editor

February 14, 2019

Filed under Featured Stories, News

After a season with many standout teams and players across the league making headlines, the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots met in Atlanta for Super Bowl 53. After many controversies surrounding the Divisionals Championships,...

Valentine’s Day Q & A

Blayne O'Conner, Production Staff

February 14, 2019

Filed under Featured Stories, Student Life

Q: Do you celebrate Valentine’s day? Why or why not? How do you celebrate? A: “I don’t celebrate because I’m single,” sophomore Katelyn Tuttle said. Q: Do you celebrate Valentine’s day? Why or why not? How do you...

Cheap date ideas for Valentine’s Day

Ashley Zellers, Copy Editor, Webmaster

February 14, 2019

Filed under Featured Stories, Student Life

Valentines can be an intimidating holiday, full of expectations and pressure to find the perfect valentine and have the perfect date. Many fantasize about fancy candlelit dinners, and lavish evenings out on the town, but that...

Theatre dept. puts on One Acts

Ally Harris, Production Staff

February 4, 2019

Filed under Featured Stories, Student Life

After a successful musical production of Annie, the theatre department plans to hold one act plays on January 31, in the Andover Central auditorium at 7 pm. Director, Alexandra Schumann, has spent the last three years acting...

Varsity girls’ basketball plays in Newton tournament

Jackson Ward, Production Staff

February 4, 2019

Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

The girls' basketball team made their way to Newton last weekend playing in the Newton Invitational. The tournament consisted of three days and three games, meaning that it can be hard to adjust for some to play hat many games...

Girls’ tennis, golf see postseason end

Jackson Ward, Production staff member

November 16, 2018

Filed under Featured Stories, Sports, Uncategorized

With the girls’ golf and tennis regular season at end, the postseason is in full effect. Preparation is the key to success in the postseason. “In practice we would mainly focus on groundstrokes and footwork, so we can be...

Central football season comes to an end

Kyle Kohman, Production staff member

November 16, 2018

Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

As the fall sports seasons come to a close, multiple Central teams were able to make a run into the postseason, one of which being the football team. The jags were able to win their way past the Augusta Orioles to advance to the...

Election results

Jillian Primm, Webmaster, Copy Editor

November 16, 2018

Filed under Featured Stories, Features, News

The results are final for the November 6 gubernatorial election holding American citizens on their toes. Laura Kelly, democrat, was elected governor for the state of Kansas (47.8%), defeating republican nominee Kris Kobach (43.3%)...

Celebrating Veterans’ Day November 11

Gracie Pool, Assistant Editor

October 31, 2018

Filed under Featured Stories, Features, News, Spotlight

On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, an armistice, or ceasefire, was declared between Germany and the Allies during World War I. This soon became known as “Armistice Day”, and eventually evolved...

No Shave November trend continues

Ally Harris, Production Staff

October 31, 2018

Filed under Featured Stories, Spotlight, Student Life

No-Shave-November originated in purpose to bring awareness to cancer patients’ struggle with hair loss. However, as the tradition continues, the meaning becomes lost in the excitement of the holiday season. The trend is highly...

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