Boys Basketball Makes Districts After 14 Year Drought

Boys Basketball Makes Districts After 14 Year Drought

Ava Holloway, Reporter

February 20, 2020

 “It feels amazing to know that we are doing something that has not been done in over a decade.” Sophomore starter Jalen Franklin couldn’t be  more hyped that the boys basketball team made it to the district tournament after 14 years. All season, the boys fought to  maintain a win...

Student Skates her Way to Nationals

Student Skates her Way to Nationals

Maggie Grim, Reporter

February 12, 2020

Junior Mia Eckels competed at her first nationals tournament for figure skating on Jan. 26.   Eckels has been figure skating for about 8.5  years and is only getting better.  Being so high in competition now, Eckels talked about how even though she loves it, it does affect her everyday life....

Chiefs Win Super Bowl LIV

Chiefs Win Super Bowl LIV

Connor Lucich, Reporter

February 6, 2020

The Kansas City Chiefs have finally ended their Super Bowl drought. With their Super Bowl LIV win, it marks their second all-time and their first since Super Bowl IV back in 1970. The 50-year absence has finally been lifted by the hands of Super Bowl MVP, Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs’ playoff run...

World Shocked by Kobe Bryant’s Untimely Death

World Shocked by Kobe Bryant’s Untimely Death

Connor Lucich, Reporter

February 6, 2020

The entire world recieved a shock on Sunday, Jan. 26. NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna, and seven others suffered an untimely death after a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. Kobe was 41, and Gianna was 13. Altogether, nine lives were taken in this tragic event. Kobe and ...

Remembering the Life and Legacy of Kobe

Remembering the Life and Legacy of Kobe

Blake Ramey, Reporter

February 5, 2020

Kobe Bryant tragically passed away in a helicopter crash on January 26th, 2020. Eight others, including Bryant's 13 year old daughter, Gianna Bryant, also died in the crash in Southern California. Bryant coached Gianna's AAU basketball team at his own Mamba Academy. The helicopter was en route to the...

Cheerleading is More than Meets the Eye

Cheerleading is More than Meets the Eye

Matthew Schwanke, Reporter

February 3, 2020

 Some argue that it is a sport, and others that it is a type of dance. Whatever people may label it as, the Susquehannock cheer squad proves one thing for certain: cheerleading is an activity for athletes.  Much like any traditional school sport, the squad spends many hours in the gymnasium practicing multipl...

Penn State Football in Jeopardy

Penn State Football in Jeopardy

Blake Ramey, Reporter

January 23, 2020

In light of recent events, the Penn State football program could be in serious jeopardy. The program made national headlines when UCal football player and former Penn State football player Isaiah Humphries filed a federal lawsuit against the university, Penn State head football coach James Franklin a...

Girls Basketball Works Hard with a Young Team

Girls Basketball Works Hard with a Young Team

Mateo Vega, Reporter

January 23, 2020

The girls basketball team has struggled through this season with a 5-12 record; however, the team focuses on the positives.

Girls Basketball Handles Losing Season

Girls Basketball Handles Losing Season

Ava Holloway, Reporter

January 22, 2020

Girls Basketball is trying to find their groove after a series of losses, the longest streak being seven games. In their past two games against Kenner-Dale and Northeastern, the Lady Warriors came within three points of beating them. They are working to capitalize on these close games.  

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