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Kicking Off the Season

kailey williams, Contributor May 13, 2022

After 4 years of waiting, the seniors of the East girls' soccer team finally get to play Kelly Walsh and Natrona for the pre-season games. Every year, these 2 highly anticipated games get cancelled due...

Girls’ Soccer vs. Boys’ Soccer

kailey williams, Contributor May 13, 2022

Controversial opinion: girls' soccer is far more entertaining than boys' soccer. First of all, boys never pass the ball, at least in Wyoming. Boys' soccer just consists of the best player on the field...

Stepping Up to the Mound

Jozlyn West , Contributor April 29, 2022

With the spring season starting, home pitcher Jaylyn Christenson, 11 stepped up and made a name for herself at the first invite of the season with 17 strikeouts and only having four hits get by her.   “There...

The Central East Rivalry Lives On

Emma Dray, Contributor March 23, 2022

Every East High student knows about the age old rivalry between Central and East. Basketball games are especially prone to bringing large crowds out of the woodworks to support their team. The student...

Boys State Swim

Shannon Bailey, Contributor March 23, 2022

The Boys Swim Team competed at the state meet. Fighting through all adversity, including not having a pool, the team pushed through and placed 10th overall. Caleb Ruff, 10, was the only swimmer who qualified,...

Alyssa Medina shows off the teams Runner Up and Fourth Place Dance trophies

East Cheerleaders go all out for State

Carolyn Hayes, Contributor February 28, 2022

The East cheer team went to state and won second in the coed division, third in the all-girl division, fourth in game day division, and fifth in dance which is the highest we have placed in dance. We were...

Vaulting to the Top

Isabel Delong, Contributor February 28, 2022

Our girls pole vaulting team are working hard this season with their new coach, Greg Sawyer. Coach Sawyer is a formal division 1 athlete, competing in track, and basketball. The team is thrilled to learn...

East dominates at Annual Taco John’s Tournament

January 19, 2022

The annual Taco John’s tournament went extremely well for our girls' and boys' basketball teams. After a couple of long weekends of traveling the teams were able to play in their home thunderbird gym...

Swimming Through Obstacles

Shannon Bailey, Contributor January 7, 2022

The Boys Swim Team has put up with many obstacles, among the many not having their own pool, is the biggest obstacle of all time for a swim team. Not being able to compete at your own school and constantly...

Swimming Through Obstacles

Shannon Bailey, Contributor January 7, 2022

The Boys Swim Team has put up with many obstacles, including not having their own pool. And that is the biggest obstacle of all time for a swim team, not being able to compete at your own school, and...

The Last Step On The Court

Izzy DeLong, Contributor December 6, 2021

Have you ever thought about the feeling of doing something for the last time? The feeling of an athlete’s last game is overwhelming and upsetting. Some athletes are sad because they’re playing their...

The Varsity football team celebrates their win against cross town rival, Central, winning the Capital City Bowl.

One play makes all the difference in the annual Capitol City Bowl

Kani Miller, Senior Editor December 2, 2021

High school football games can often come down to one play, one moment, one batted pass. Thunderbird football expects every player to step up and make that one big play. In one of the most exciting and...

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