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Dominic Telemaque

by Lexi Owens, Writer

Junior Dominic Telemaque, #17, is a wide receiver on the CKHS boys’ football team. Telemaque has played football for three years. He started playing football because he “...  Read More »

October 21, 2016

Cheering Again

by Katie Moore, Writer

Sophomore Emily Livengood, a first year Cougar from a small town in Utah, was excited to join the CKHS cheer squad this year. Despite her disappointment upon finding out that she had c...  Read More »

October 20, 2016

Volleyball Starts Off Strong, But Loses Their Game

by Kailan King, Writer

Varsity volleyball took a hard loss on Tuesday against Capital. They won the first two sets, 27-25 and 26-24. The lady Cougs lost the last three sets, 8-25, 19-25, and 12...  Read More »

October 19, 2016

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Nevermore! Poe’s final days

by Kallista Denton

Theater has a play coming up, called Nevermore, which is about Edgar Allen Poe and his last five days alive. It is one of the creepiest plays CKHS theater has ever done, according to the students in theater. New drama teacher Sara Argiro said she chose this play to match the feel of fall and the cree...  Read More »

The Great American Musical was GREAT!

CK choir has a big musical every year. This year it was the Great American Musical. The show incorporated different musicals (Rent, Newsies, Hairspray and Music Man)  into one in a timeline format. It started with songs from the musical Newsies. Newsies was placed throughout the show to transition to ...  Read More »

Rayona Reynolds – Art Show Winner

by Megan Burch

CKHS Sophomore Rayona Reynolds’ “Flower Picker” has been judged as a Regional Winner and will advance to the state-level Superintendent’s High School Art Show at Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). She seemed to be very excited to have won this award but was unsure of how she...  Read More »

Laramie Project is “life-changing”

The theater group at CKHS successfully put on the second production of the year, The Laramie Project, a documentary of events that took place in Laramie, Wyoming.  It is based on Matthew Shepard’s story, a 21 year-old boy who was kidnapped, robbed, and beaten to death for being homosexual.  It expos...  Read More »

Crushin’ It World Tour Comes to Tacoma

by Alex Ellis

Country music superstar Brad Paisley hit the Tacoma Dome on Valentine's Day weekend and rocked the house. Opening for him were country new-comers Cam and singer/songwriter Eric Paslay. Paisley used bright lights and videos to enchant his crowd as well as playing multiple guitar solos. His set included ...  Read More »

Newbie On The Court

by Edward O'Connor

Freshman Hannah Hoftiezer is a newbie on the CK volleyball team playing as #15, and she wants to improve alongside the most seasoned veterans. Hoftiezer said, “Being a newbie...  Read More »

If You Aren’t Calm, You Will Lose

by Mission Reed, Writer

The roar of the crowds seemed a little quieter than usual. The screams and shouts of light-headed, crazed sports fans had died down. The hum became a deep, empty, harrowing...  Read More »

Freshman Elle Hillers Off to a Great Start!

by Lexi Coles, Writer

 Freshman Elle Hillers has been playing volleyball since she was ten years old. “I started playing volleyball because my sister played and I was awkward and uncoordin...  Read More »

Leanna Naji splashes the competition in her first year

by Katia Benitz, Writer

With the new school year just beginning, CK Girls Swim are off to a great start to their season. On October 4, the girls traveled to Olympic High School for a relay meet ag...  Read More »

The Student News Site Of Central Kitsap High School
The Student News Site Of Central Kitsap High School