Behind the Scenes of Pregame Rituals

Ryan Schaefer, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2018

Filed under Sports

From storming the halls to doing the wave at games, athletes and fans have gameday traditions they follow. Many athletes follow certain gameday traditions that have been carried on since 2008. Whether it is praying, going out...

Celebrating Ten Years of Excellence

Taylor Malloy, Contributing Writer

November 8, 2018

Filed under Sports

Concluding its 2018 season, the marching band is celebrating its tenth year as a Virginia Honor Band. The group earned the title at festival on Oct. 20 where they received a superior rating for this year’s show. The theme...

The Art of Balancing School and Sports

Tyler McAnany, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2018

Filed under Sports

Finding the balance between school and sports is what separates good athletes from great ones. There are many athletes who find success on the playing field, but those who push themselves to be as successful in the classroom are...

Top Six Make Best Season Happen

Jeanelle Johnson, Contributing Writer

November 8, 2018

Filed under Sports

The three senior golfers on the Cougar’s varsity golf team completed their season successfully. The team took down their rivals, the Fauquier Falcons, in the annual Fauquier Cup, where the three public high schools compete...

Fauquier Rivalry Creates Tension

Joseph Randall, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2018

Filed under Sports

With only three public high schools in the county, football rivalries have always been tense, but since the opening of Kettle Run in 2008, rivalries have heated up. The longest standing high school, Fauquier, established in 1963,...

Catching Up with the Oldest Schwind

Jacob Schwind, Contributing Writer

November 8, 2018

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Years after graduating from Kettle Run, alum Jacob Schwind plays for Old Dominion University’s football team. On September 22, while holding the home field advantage, ODU beat Virginia Tech in football. VT was ranked number...

A Nearly Undefeated Season

Harper Crater, Head Sports Editor

November 8, 2018

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Twenty two seniors, a great coaching staff and a solid fan base lead the team to its best season since 2011. Senior Gabe Chumley replaced his older brother, 2018 alum Casen, as the team’s starting quarterback. “I think...

Black Belts Breed Excellence

Joseph Randall, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2018

Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

Martial Arts are traditions and combat practices. They can be practiced for self-defense, military, law enforcement, and mental and spiritual development. “My dad influenced me to start Taekwondo because he did it when he...

CTE Dept. Adds New PT Class

Emma Gray, Lifestyle Editor

October 10, 2018

Filed under Sports

A recent addition to the school’s Program of Studies has been made for this 2018-2019 school year. Physical Therapy is the newest pilot class offered to the school. This course is an add-on to the Health and Medicine category...

Athlete Predictions 9/19

September 21, 2018

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