We Are Huskies
Cameron Myers, News Editor
We talk all the time about HUSKIE PRIDE, but what does it really look like in action?
Students display respect for their teachers and classmates by working to be a part of the bigger picture when it comes to extending their learning in English class. “I think respect is about listening to the person speaking with intent, and genuinely apply what they say so you can become a better student,” says Senior Sierra Eaton.
Students displayed positivity in an environment where it might be nearly impossible: in a playoff football game against crosstown rival Portage Central. The student section was filled with excitement at the prospect of beating CHS at home. Several Superfans even created a massive poster of senior Derrick Henderson. “The poster motivated me during the tough times in the game,” he says. “I’d ...
The Varsity Cheer team is a prime example when it comes to positivity in our school. With their enthusiasm and excitement, they lead the student section and fans in helping support the football team and maintain strong Huskie spirit, even in less than ideal game situations. One special tradition is that whenever the football team scores, the cheerleaders all line up and execute tumbling maneuvers....
PNHS students are committed to showing respect and care for everyone, including members of the community. A tradition event that happens every year is Lunches 4 Lives, where students donate $4 or more for a Quesadilla lunch and the funds go toward buying Christmas gifts for area families in need. “When we have events like this that give us as students an opportunity to get involved with the commun...
Huskie athletes know that the competition is only a small part of what they do, and the continually strive to be better not just for themselves, but for their teammates and their school. Pictured here, the track team takes initiative to workout on their own time before the season even starts.
As for senior Dorah Stephen, her dedication and hard-work in school helped make the decision for the Houston Award easy for the teachers. Months prior to the award, her essay was used for her college submissions, but she edited it to make sure it was perfect for decision making. “The essay I wrote took be about 2 weeks to write, including the edits, which I dedicated lots of time to make sure it wa...
Here at Northern, we are all determine to achieve something bigger in life. Everyday after school, the varsity boys Cross Country team come together to run, prepping for their future meets. “My teammates help motivate me along with wanting to become a better runner and to beat my brothers times,” says senior Connor Clemens, determined to accomplish his major goal this year, making it to states....
Huskies show determination in the classroom and also at athletic competitions. During the PN-PC football game, freshman Andrew Hovestadt focuses hard in preparation for that night’s game. “I’ve always enjoyed playing football and it’s been one crazy season as a freshman,” says Hovestadt. “The harder I practice, the better I become, and hopefully I will be able to play in college and ...
With a wide variety of curricular and extracurricular activities to be a part of, Huskies can find their niche in dozens of ways. Junior Steven Bowe found his place with the marching band, eventually working his way up to drum major. Here, he conducts the band at a football game.
With the last few minutes are coming to an end for the football game, dozens of students are in focus to see what the conclusion will be for the Huskies.