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Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee

Maddie Freeman, Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under Junior High, Showcase

This year’s 2018 Spelling Bee was held on February 9th in the auditorium. There were a total of 40 participants, all ranging from grade 5th-8th. The Spelling Bee lasted a total of 18 rounds until there was a winner in a one word round. In a one word round the speller is given a word and if they spel...

Lady Devils Basketball Season Updates

Lady Devils Basketball Season Updates

Hailee Carpenter, Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Lady Devils are 10-6 overall and 8-3 in the EOAC. At the beginning of the season they started as a “young” team. Now that the season is more than halfway over ,they are no longer considered “young.” Coach Entrikin states, “Since we only have one senior, a lot of underclassmen are playing...

The 2018 Basketball Homecoming Court

The 2018 Basketball Homecoming Court

Sierra Zarnosky, Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The 2018 basketball homecoming court was recently announced. The court consisted of seven attendants and the retiring queen of 2017. The seven attendants for this year are Eva DeRuyter, Madison Hall, Shyanne Rendziniak, Cameron Rife, Mackenzie Sturgeon, Sam Tinsley, Sarena Underwood, and the retiring...

2018 Basketball Homecoming Queen

2018 Basketball Homecoming Queen

Madison Hall, Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Madison Hall was crowned our 2018 Basketball Homecoming Queen and here are her thoughts on her experience…. Mr. Edinfield came to lunch to tell me that I made the homecoming court for basketball. I was so shocked, but I was really excited. It was always my dream to be on court. When I got home fro...

Knitting – Newest Craze

Knitting –  Newest Craze

Emme Powell, Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Knitting is said to be originated in 1527. It is commonly believed that knitting started in the Middle East, where it spread to Europe via the Mediterranean trading routes. Through European colonization, knitting then spread to America. Knitting is also said to be a way to get students to improve their ...

Holiday Celebrations in December

Holiday Celebrations in December

Dougie Minor, Staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

What makes December so special? There is so much that happens in December. December is full of holidays and cheer around the world in all different kinds of cultures. There are various celebrations people do to show their culture and/or love for the month. Saint Nicholas Day (Christian) On Saint...

Preview of Girls Varsity Basketball

Preview of Girls Varsity Basketball

Hailee Carpenter, Staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Lady Devils basketball team is coached by head coach, Jaimie Entrikin, and his assistant, who is also the J.V. coach, Ryan Snyder. This is their second year together as a coaching staff. There is one senior member, Alyssa Chestnut. Chestnut will be the captain every game, and a different member of...

Boys Basketball Preview

Boys Basketball Preview

Macey McGhee, Staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Lisbon David Anderson’s Varsity Basketball team is Division IV. There are four seniors; Jacob Mundy, Branson Brownfield, Dougie Minor and Grant Frederick. We have three returning letterman this year; Justin Sweeney, Branson Brownfield and Dougie Minor. There are many good teams we are playing this...

Giving Back This Christmas

Giving Back This Christmas

Morgan Croyle, Staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Christmas is an exciting time of the year, full of gifts and decorations and holiday movies. We all love getting in the holiday spirit, but we often lose sight of the real meaning of Christmas. This year I invite you to reach out and practice generosity, showing that sharing is what it is truly about....

Columbiana County Youth Leadership Summit

Columbiana County Youth Leadership Summit

Shyanne Rendziniak, Staff

November 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The Columbiana County Youth Leadership Summit was held at the Kent State University Campus in Salem on Friday, October 27th. The summit is designed to engage 8th and 9th grade students through service projects in their schools and community. Mrs. Smith, Student Council and Student Senate adviser, took...

Coach T Breaks the Record

Coach T Breaks the Record

Claire Wycoff, Editor

November 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

David Anderson High School’s football coach, Jim Tsilimos, recently broke the record for most wins in a career. Coach T is now known as the “winningest coach” in the school’s history, with 143 wins over his 25 seasons, passing 142 wins previously set by Bud Butcher. The history making game was...

Jonathan Brown Joins Marines

Jonathan Brown Joins Marines

Annie Coleman, Staff

November 7, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Johnathan Brown is a senior this year at DAHS. He is 18 years old and joining the Marines after high school. He recently went to MEPS in Pittsburgh. MEPS is Military Entrance Processing Station. This is where recruits get their physical qualifications checked out. John went up to Pittsburgh the night...

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