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Robocats Team 1785 designs, builds, competes

November 12, 2014

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By Elliott Andrick Some say that robots are the future of the world, and the BSHS, BSSHS and FC students that make up the Blue Springs Robocats Team 1785 are preparing themselves for that future. Read More »...

Golden golfers close successful season

October 2, 2014

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By Ari Koch “I think if we play to our strengths, then we could definitely go all the way to state…again. I believe in my team more than anything else. Even though golf is a solo sport, I feel like every time I step out ...

Hi Step: an education beyond the classroom

October 2, 2014

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By Savannah Walsh “They just ask whatever they want. They get pretty creative. It’s cool how we can have such an effect on them and their viewpoints toward life in high school...People think that Hi Step is all just...

Cheerleaders involvement extends beyond Friday night

October 2, 2014

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By Savannah Walsh “My favorite part has been making the friendships. Seeing the girls that you meet outside of school, you learn a bond between each other.” -Lizzy Williams. “It builds a lot of trust. I love u...

Cats, Jags compete, cooperate to raise funds for cause

October 2, 2014

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By Katy Hamilton and Savannah Walsh “I’m nervous and excited about next time we play (Blue Springs) South. It’s an exciting atmosphere and we get to play for an amazing cause. Dig for the Cure is always nerve racking due...

Dynamic duos: softball, cross country sisters compete for success of each other

October 2, 2014

Filed under Athletics/Activities, Student Standouts

By Kayla Lessenden “Every day we try to one up each other but in a struggle we help each other.” -Brittani Reid “We just cheer each other on and push each other in practice.” -Maria Wendell Instead of sibling rivalry, it i...

Tennis team gives all in preparation for districts

October 2, 2014

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By Arianna Koch "I am really sad to be leaving. In college, I don’t plan to play for a team, but I will continue to play because tennis is a lifelong sport and I love it. I love tennis because it’s a fun sport to pl...

Soccer team plays as if anything could happen

October 2, 2014

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By Savannah Walsh “You never play like anyone else is less of a team. You always play as if the score is 0-0,” -Tarrek Alkhateeb Living in the moment and playing as if it is the last game is the mentality by w...

Football falls to Rock, focuses on continued progress

October 2, 2014

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“It’s a great life lesson. Getting humbled is a part of every sport. Learn from losses and get better.” -Kelly Donohoe on the Rockhurst loss Last Friday, the BSHS football team battled Rockhurst in what Head Coach Kelly...

Sykes breaks family tradition, commits to KU

October 2, 2014

Filed under Athletics/Activities, Student Standouts

By Katy Hamilton “If I got offers I would do it. It sounds like a lot more fun than having to get a real job.” Madison Sykes on playing professional softball Madison Sykes, 16, knows her way around a softball fi...

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