• 'YOU SUCK!'

    By: Simone Gray and Brisen Wright Despite instructions from the principal, teachers are still parking in the lower student lot causing frustration and tardiness for upperclassmen. On an average day, at least 20 teachers are parking in the student section while there are at least 70 open spots in the ...
  • Alex Trinrud 12/3

    Information compiled by: Ashley Wiedeman and Kristina Boyko Alex Trinrud is a Senior playing in Unified Basketball and Cheer for two years. What sports do you play? Cheer and Basketball If you could be any animal, what would you be? Not a Chicken What is your favorite type of music? ...
  • Wolves Fall to the Eagles in Final Four Game

    By Kenzie Wager Photos by: Kristina Boyko When they came running through the banner, every parent, student and fan crossed their fingers, hoping the Wolves would make it to Mile High. The team in black and blue came up two points short after putting up a fight to the Valor ...
  • We Are One

    By: Paige Montgomery  Photos courtesy of: Tony Castonguay As Inclusion Week comes to a close, a new movement has popped out of the event. Tony Castonguay, a junior, started a #weareonemovement through Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. “I work with special needs kids so I thought it would be good to ...
  • Cade Bruckman 11/20

    Information compiled by Kenzie Wager Junior, Cade Bruckman, plays middle linebacker for your Grandview Wolves. If you had one last meal what would it be? A nice steak dinner What the best football memory you have? Either beating Valor last year in the final eight or beating Creek this year. ...
  • Grandview football beats Legacy to face Eaglecrest

    By: Kenzie Wager The sweet sixteen playoff game, this Saturday, will be a match that any high school football fan will not want to miss. Every year, Grandview’s football team works tirelessly during summer practices, scrimmages and weight room workouts to fulfill their “big bad wolf” persona. Grandview football fans ...
  • Change Up!

    Softball survives coaching change to bond and build toward next year. By: Ava Bonavia and Kristina Bokyo This year, despite challenges, softball was able to come together as a team and place 36th overall in the state of Colorado. In spite of the fact that the team lost three coaches ...
  • Setting Up For Success

    Girls' volleyball stunned a region and looks to ride momentum into next year.  By Sports Pictures by Dani Armitage After starting the season 0-7, the Grandview varsity volleyball team beat the odds, ran through regionals, and went all the way to the state playoffs for the first time in three ...
  • Grandview, Clean Up Your Act!

    By: Ezzie Vanegas Photos complied by: Jace DiCola Grandview has been having some issues in the bathrooms, the academic halls, the cafeteria, outside, just about any open area where students make their way through Grandview, it’s all littered with trash. It has now been a full quarter since school has ...
  • The Right Path

    By: Yaxuan Yu Students are always struggling with their schedule during their high school years. They’re searching to find the best position for them to get ready for college, but is changing classes mid semester a good idea? “I have changed my schedule before, and changing the schedule helps my ...