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How It Feels To Be Me: A Football Player

How It Feels To Be Me: A Football Player

Jamir Gasaway, Contributor

October 3, 2019

I'm like a cheetah: fast, shifty, versatile. I clamp up the wide receivers. No one can catch the ball on me. I'm a dawg, I play dirty. Before the whistle blows, I get a good hit on the quarterback from the other team. I clap in their face. I talk smack, “ Little boy, you're a baby. Tell the quarterback...

Mexican Heritage Month in the Bottom 200

Mexican Heritage Month in the Bottom 200

Amber Landon, Cougar Tales Editor

October 3, 2019

With Mexican Heritage month starting on September 15th, you might have seen some changes around the school. Ms. Krause is having her two Mexican-American English classes do projects on anything Hispanic, which includes famous figures, traditions and culture. The walls are adorned with posters of singers,...

Rutherford’s AP Bio Lab

Rutherford’s AP Bio Lab

Gianni Martinez, Sports Editor

October 3, 2019

Mr. Rutherford is far from boring, the man strolls through our campus without shoes and also takes a different route when teaching his students about biology. For example, the AP biology class participates in safe, yet effective labs that include looking at different cells through microscopes, or accide...

Sahuaro Band Sits In With Middle Schoolers

Sahuaro Band Sits In With Middle Schoolers

Alex Herman, Sports recorder

September 26, 2019

On Wednesday, September 18th, five of Sahuaro's band students visited middle schools Gridley, Alice Vail, Secrist, and Magee to discuss the expectations and cool experiences in high school bands. This was a required program because there has been a "lack of participation" throughout many high school b...

The Fashion Frenzy of Hannah Sawyer

The Fashion Frenzy of Hannah Sawyer

Winta Tekle, Sahuaro News Editor

September 26, 2019

  Hannah Sawyer isn't exactly dressed down for school. In the adjacent picture, she's dressed in all black, 4-inch platforms paired with white socks, a necklace adorned with safety pins and it is all topped off with a wool beret that lays asymmetrical on her head. Every day she enters school i...

Attention Student/Athletes, Are You Eligible?

Attention Student/Athletes, Are You Eligible?

Amanda Mourelatos, Editor-in-Chief

September 26, 2019

Recently, the policy for eligibility has been revised. The new district policy is that student/athletes who were failing at the 4 ½ week point can be reinstated 2 ½  weeks after progress or quarter grades. A student/athlete cannot lose their eligibility at the 2 ½ week point if they were eligible...

Senior Class President: Hayli Kubly

Senior Class President: Hayli Kubly

jordan ford, Opinion Editor

September 26, 2019

Hayli Kubly  - an athlete, a student, and senior class president - she does it all. Most Sahuaro students know or have heard of our Senior Class President regardless of what grade level they are in. "It's a good feeling knowing the class thought I'd be best fit for senior president, but its stressful."...

The Yellow Boat: An Inside Look

The Yellow Boat: An Inside Look

Nathalia Valdez, Associate Editor in Chief

September 25, 2019

The Yellow Boat is a real story about a young boy named Benjamin Saar who takes you through his life with congenital hemophilia, a bleeding disorder. Benjamin was played by Sahuaro's own Kyle Spellman, a junior in Advanced Drama. "This show has definitely been emotionally challenging. Typically we do comedies, but this year, we're doing more dramas to extend our acting abilities." Kyle did a...

Sahuaro Commemorates 9/11 with Ceremony

Sahuaro Commemorates 9/11 with Ceremony

Andy Mourelatos, A&E Editor

September 12, 2019

September 11th, 2001 is the most infamous date in America's history. It is the day the World Trade Center, or Twin Towers, in New York were toppled by terrorists, the Pentagon was hit, and four planes filled with innocent passengers took the lives of 2,977 people who perished. Sahuaro s Marching Band,...

Swimmers Take Your Mark

Swimmers Take Your Mark

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor

September 12, 2019

The Sahuaro sports season has started and it's not just football, the Sahuaro Swim Team has started their season as well, with their first meet on Thursday, September 5th. Our school swim team is pretty awesome, we have 73 swimmers and there are no try outs or cuts. It's a great environment, everyone...

Cougars Clobber Sabercats Second Year in Row

Cougars Clobber Sabercats Second Year in Row

jordan ford, reporter

September 11, 2019

As this season starts, one of the most important games was on September 6th which was the Sabino vs Sahuaro game. If you are a high school student here in Tucson, you know all about this ongoing rivalry. Our Sahuaro Cougars brought yet another win of the season beating Sabino Sabercats 47-13. This game...

Brand New Bohland

Brand New Bohland

Amanda Mourelatos, Editor in Chief

September 11, 2019

Another one of the many additions to Sahuaro's staff family is Mr. Jarre Bohland, a new teacher in the math department. Hailing from Gridley Middle School, Bohland has taught for 24 years and is going on his 25th. Bohland loves his home theater, parties, and working on his house.  His students may...

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