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Jr. High Girls Basketball

Jr. High Girls Basketball

Mike Evans, Staff

February 11, 2015

The Junior High Girls Basketball teams have been having a great season so far. They play on Mondays, Wednesday, and Thursdays. Sarah Boyd is the coach for the 7th grade team and Henry Glenn is the coach for the 8th grade team. The 7th grade girls' record is 8-2, and the 8th grade girls' record is 9-1....

6th Grade Christmas Wishes

6th Grade Christmas Wishes

Annestasia Cushman, Staff

December 15, 2014

With Christmas just around the corner we recently asked the 6th grade what their Christmas wishes were for this year. Their Christmas Wishes were…. “I wish for love, peace, and happiness.”—Matt Mays “I wish for a dirt bike.”—Phoenix Stephens “I wish for the stop of animal abu...

Junior High Girls Basketball

Junior High Girls Basketball

Samantha Rhodes, Staff

December 12, 2014

The girls seventh and eighth grade teams are very excited for their upcoming seasons. Coach Sarah Boyd, a 2014 graduate of DAHS, says both teams are very hardworking and she is expecting good things to happen for both teams this season. Coach Boyd is the seventh grade coach, while Henry Glenn coaches...

Junior High Boys Basketball

Junior High Boys Basketball

Jaret Everett, Staff

December 12, 2014

The 7th grade Boys Basketball team started off their season with a 25-26 loss against Southern Local. Austin Craig had 8 points and Nick Mundy had 7 points. The 7th grade team is coached by Brian Brownfield. The 8th grade team came out hot with a 53-18 win against Southern Local. Justin Sweeney had...

Student Senate Members Attend Youth Leadership Summit

Student Senate Members Attend Youth Leadership Summit

Madeleine Schreffler and Justin Sweeney, 8th Grade Students

November 12, 2014

The Lisbon 8th grade Student Senate and other schools in Columbiana County attended a Youth Leadership Summit at Kent State University in Salem. This was a program designed to provide project opportunities for community service as well as many other ideas. The students heard an inspirational speech about...

DAHS Thanksgiving Traditions

DAHS Thanksgiving Traditions

Braeden Weyand, Staff

November 12, 2014

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. We decided to ask our 7th graders about their favorite Thanksgiving traditions that include travel, the feast, parades, football games, and more. Here are a few of their  highlights: “The best Thanksgiving tradition that I have is visiting with family I ...

Halloween Dance

Halloween Dance

Haille Metzgar, Staff

November 12, 2014

The junior high Halloween dance was held on Saturday, October 25th in the auxiliary gym. The dance gave kids the opportunity to dress up, have fun and dance. Students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade had a great night and loved being able to dress in their Halloween costumes. Three eighth graders...

Junior High Volleyball

Junior High Volleyball

Jaret Everett, Staff

October 1, 2014

Our junior high volleyball teams have been working hard all season. The 8th grade volleyball team  finished the regular season with a record of 7-8. Their biggest opponent for this season is Wellsville, and their biggest win so far was Columbiana. The team is led by their captains Hailee Carpenter,...

Junior High Cross Country

Junior High Cross Country

Jaret Everett, Staff

October 1, 2014

The junior high cross country team has six members, including two boys and four girls. They all get along great and work together. The junior high runs with the high school team so they are guided by the high school runners. The girl’s team is led by Reagen Emmerling, who had the best time for the...

“The Highlight of My Summer…”

“The Highlight of My Summer…”

Braeden Weyand and Annestasia Cushman, Staff

October 1, 2014

The eight grade students are the leaders of the junior high this year, and we wanted to know what their last summer as a junior high student was like. Mrs. Crawford’s class told us the "highlights" or most memorable moments of their summers. Here is what they said: “The highlight of my summer was...

Highlights of the Honors and Builders Trip

Highlights of the Honors and Builders Trip

Vanessa Restifo, Editor

May 21, 2014

Recently, the sixth, seventh, and eighth graders went on the annual Honors and Builders Trip. This year's destination was Washington D.C. A few of the eighth graders told us what some of their favorite parts of the trip were. "I liked the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier because it was very cool to watch...

Power of the Pen

Power of the Pen

Alyssa Chestnut, 8th Grade Student

February 12, 2014

I went to Mount Union for Power of the Pen. It is a writing contest. You are given writing prompts and you have forty minutes to write a narrative story or essay relating to the topic. You are then scored from one to six. The people who are scored a one go on and are judged the best of the best. There...

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