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Varsity Softball Heading into the Conference Tournament

Erika Robinson (pictured center) smiling while standing on the on-deck circle.

September 28, 2020

by: Dibo Elango Last week, Girls’ softball split their two games to finish the regular season with a 4-9 record. Because of the pandemic, the team was restricted to a shortened schedule going from 25 games to just 13. “Having to deal with the pandemic has been a little challenging this year and thi...

Grandview Girls Basketball Coach Stricken With COVID-19 (Update)

Grandview Girls Basketball Coach Stricken With COVID-19 (Update)

Ava Bonavia

April 10, 2020

UPDATE: Coach Dennis has returned home. COVID-19 has not only impacted lives around the globe, but has also touched the Grandview community. Robert Dennis, a girls basketball coach, fell ill with the virus. Coach Dennis is a coach who helps encourage his athletes to do the best that they can do...

Lily Newberry 3/6

Lily Newberry 3/6

March 6, 2020

Information compiled by Kira Howells Photos courtesy of Lily Newberry How long have you been playing soccer? Why or how did you start? I started as soon as I could. So I believe [I started] at 3 years old for my club. I started playing because my older brother did and I would always run into th...

Boys Basketball Advances To Sweet 16 With Win Over Hinkley

Boys Basketball Advances To Sweet 16 With Win Over Hinkley

Dibo Elango

March 4, 2020

Boys basketball started off their postseason run with a 86-49 blowout win over the Hinkley Thunderbirds Saturday afternoon. Senior Caleb Mcgill lead the team in scoring with 20 points along with eight rebounds. Senior Tanner Holtman was the only other player who scored in double figures, finishing with...

Dodgeball Recap

Dodgeball Recap

Dibo Elango

February 21, 2020

During Miracle Week, the school partook in numerous events to help raise money for two year old Max, who is currently battling a rare neurological disease called SLC6A1. One of these events is the annual dodgeball tournament. “It’s a great part of Miracle Week because students love it and it’s for a...

Grandview Alumni- now a National Champion

Grandview Alumni- now a National Champion

Kira Howells

February 13, 2020

Photos courtesy of Presleigh Swanson On January 19th, the University of Nevada- Las Vegas competed at the UDA National Championship for College Dance teams. For the past several months, Grandview Alum and UNLV dance team rookie, Presleigh Swanson has been working extremely hard to train for this com...

On a Mission

On a Mission

Dibo Elango

February 13, 2020

Coming off three straight appearances in the state title game, the Wolves are looking to win their third championship in four years. Head coach Josh Ulitzky’s team is currently 18-2 with an undefeated record in league play. “There is room for improvement but we’re making a lot of progress,”...

Goodbye Senior Swimmers

Goodbye Senior Swimmers

February 11, 2020

By Jada Cousin The seniors were excited for senior night because of them getting their recognition from the four years they’ve spent in the swim program. They are also bummed due to the fact that they have to leave Grandview soon. The girls have been looking forward to this special night throughou...

Alex Santillan 1/15

Alex Santillan 1/15

January 15, 2020

Information compiled by Kira Howells Photos courtesy of Alex Santillan How long have you been wrestling, and what got you into it? 12 years, I was just young and my mom just out me in it. Do you plan on continuing to wrestle in college? If so, where? I do, and I'm not quite sure yet I was th...

Wolves Recover in Win Against Arapahoe

Caleb McGill (#2) dunking against Arapahoe.

January 13, 2020

Story and Photos By Dibo Elango On Friday, January 10th, Grandview boys’ basketball continued to show grit and redeem themselves after the double-overtime loss to Smoky Hill. They topped the Arapahoe Warriors 62-40. When prepping for the game, the team knew that they needed to compete. The whole Ce...

This Girl is Going Places

Lauren Betts gives a gold medal cheer for her U16 national teammates.

December 16, 2019

By Conrad Casebolt Lauren Betts is one of the few people you should take seriously when she says she wants to go pro. The six-foot-seven phenom is ranked as the best basketball prospect in the class of 2022 in the entire nation.  By no means, though, is Betts an anomaly. Both of her parents have competed at some of the highest levels of sport...

Irredeemable

Irredeemable

Dibo Elango

December 10, 2019

Images Courtesy of Kenzie Wager Redemption doesn’t come easily. No one knows it better than boys varsity soccer. Grandview’s varsity soccer team was looking to make up for a brutal 2-1 loss in last year’s state final against Arapahoe. On November 9th, 11 seniors ended their high schoo...

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