And the Oscar Goes to. . .

Rutger Scott, Entertainment Editor

April 20, 2018

Hollywood’s most touted awards event has returned and the results have reached the Kettle Run populous. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences looks to make more history upon its 90 year anniversary by utilizing its...

Love, Simon Hits Big Screens Nationwide

Emma Gray, Lifestyle Editor

April 20, 2018

Love, Simon is the newest young adult fiction novel to make its appearance on the big screen. The movie opened in theaters on March 16 and is based on the novel, Simon vs. The Homosapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. Albertalli...

Fortnite Fad Fuels Friendly Feuds

Garret Heiston, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2018

Fortnite, a video game created by Epic Games, has increased in popularity across all gaming platforms and even in mainstream media. Fortnite was initially released in July of 2017, but didn’t peak in popularity until later...

Baseball Swings for the Fences

Nathan Pullen, News Editor

April 20, 2018

After a disappointing end to last season, baseball Coach Ty Thorpe looks to lead his team through adversity and defeat to another successful season. After winning 21 games in a row last year, Cougar baseball had its eyes set...

Athletes Make A Run for States

Jackson Rogers, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2018

After an intense season of training, seven members of the Cougar track team traveled to compete in the twoday, statewide track competition at Roanoke College. Sofie Haugsdahl, shot putter and discus thrower, and Mateo Barreto,...

March Madness Bracket Predictions

Rutger Scott, Entertainment Editor

April 20, 2018

The greatest month of college basketball is back and students have come prepared with their bracket predictions. NCAA’s March Madness tournament has taken the college world by storm ever since 1939. Kettle Run students have...

Winter MVPs Exceed Expectations

Seth Tenberg, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2018

Between breaking records and going to states, this year will be remembered as one of the greats. These winter athletes have gone above and beyond and earned the Most Valued Player award in their respective sport. Throughout...

Spending Big Bucks On AP Exams

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

February 28, 2018

Fauquier County shelled out $167,000 on AP tests last year. However, only 46 percent of AP students received a passing score. Since the county started paying for the tests back in 2003-2004, there has never been more than a...

Kettle Run Alumna Announces Run for Mayor

Sarah North, Contributing Writer

February 28, 2018

Warrenton needs a new mayor, and a 2017 Kettle Run grad believes she is the right woman for the job. Grace Rigby, currently a freshman at Lord Fairfax Community College, said her love for Warrenton inspired her to run for the...

History Teacher Nominated for Agnes Meyer

Sarah North, Contributing Writer

February 28, 2018

History teacher David Kuzma is Kettle Run’s nominee for The Washington Post Agnes Meyer award. Kuzma was presented with the news at the January faculty meeting. “I had never expected to earn this recognition from my colleagues,”...