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To Chew, or Not to Chew?

To Chew, or Not to Chew?

Will Tonelli, Editor

October 29, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase

To chew or not to chew, that is the question? Smokeless tobacco products have begun to sweep over our school’s male population Whether the boys are doing it for the “buzz” it induces, the “friendships” it will bring, or the “stress relieving properties” it has, many boys evidently enjoy...

300, No Way

300, No Way

Daniel Kowalski, Staff Writer

October 27, 2015


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“He just tapped my knee and with a smirk and said, ‘that’s 300,’” Mr. Lay said, a member of the boys soccer coaching staff, when the final whistle blew against Rocky Mountain High School, adding another win to Coach Jim Davidson’s impressive record. Head boys and girls soccer coach and ...

BHS Homecoming Spirit Week: Recap

BHS Homecoming Spirit Week: Recap

Aisley McConnell, Staff Writer

October 20, 2015


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It is a tradition to have themed days the week before homecoming. We have a competition called The Battle of Broomfield where the freshmen and juniors team up against the sophomores and seniors to see who has the most school spirit.   Flamingo day, based on the hotel casino on the Vegas strip was the first day of spi...

Small Group, Big Impact

Small Group, Big Impact

Joshua Hicks, Staff Writer

October 16, 2015


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  “The goal is to try to get everybody proud of our school, and to be involved in our school."   This is a quote given by Mrs. Long when asked what student council brought to BHS. This goal has shown to be the most important component of the whole student council, with more BHS s...

The Culture of Winning

The Culture of Winning

Kendall Lockwood, Staff Writer

October 7, 2015


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Picture this. You are an athlete and your team has made it to the state finals game. Adrenaline has been pumping through your veins since the minute you woke up this morning. It is the last minute of your game and it hits you. You have won a state championship. Everyone is cheering as your team makes ...

An Arabian Summer

Nina Hartley, Staff Writer

October 6, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase, Uncategorized

Tension between Middle Eastern countries and America have recently been high. Killian Dumont did not know a single word of Arabic when she boarded her flight to Jordan for a seven week exchange program. Over the past year she had spent countless hours writing essays and going to interviews, compet...

A Girl on the Gridiron

A Girl on the Gridiron

Christina Manivanh, Staff Writer

October 1, 2015


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Girls can’t play football. There is no place for them on the field. “When I first saw a player with that long hair sticking out of the helmet, I thought a boy needed a really bad haircut or a girl was on the team,” said JV Coach, Mike Croell, when he first saw junior, Lexi Martine-a girl- ...

In Broomfield, Lightning Rarely Strikes…But Eagles Always Fly High

In Broomfield, Lightning Rarely Strikes…But Eagles Always Fly High

Chad Croell, Social Media Editor

September 29, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase

One Friday a year, everybody in the city and county of Broomfield knows that the Legacy vs. Broomfield football game is about to begin. There is a special feeling that comes with a rivalry this intense, this meaningful. The butterflies in everyone’s stomachs are flying around wildly. Students in clas...

A Benchmark At Broomfield High

A Benchmark At Broomfield High

Matthew Burkard, Staff Writer

September 29, 2015


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The front entrance of Broomfield High now holds a resonance of tragic loss.Two benches were erected in memory of two of our own Eagles, Mason Wedan and Chad Britton. The benches would not be here without the community and especially the involvement of a two dedicated Eagles. Kendra Tacoronte is a senior this year, and...

Expectations V Reality

Expectations V Reality

Cameron Pazol, Video Editor/ Staff Writer

September 25, 2015


Filed under Features, Opinion

  There is always the thought when we walk into that giant high school building for the first time: “What will happen? Will I be confronted by the school’s main jock? Will I be humiliated in the hallways? Will I be pushed into a locker that would be impossible to fit in alone?” ...

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