Final score: Saegertown 285, Cambridge Springs 250, Maplewood 60.
By Nick Opsanic, staff writer Over the past year, our world has seen so many changes, suffered so many losses, and experienced more confusion than anyone might possibly remember in … Continue Reading Students in a pandemic
By Amanda Crowl and Haiku Peters, editor in chief and features editor Saturday, April 24 marks the date of the 15th annual RoboBOTS competition at Meadville Area Senior High. Two … Continue Reading Saegertown to send two teams to RoboBOTS competition
By Paisley Mangold, social media editor and Amanda Crowl, editor in chief At the April 8 PENNCREST school board meeting, Saegertown Assistant Principal Kylene Koper was approved as principal of … Continue Reading Koper named principal of Cambridge Springs High School
Prom ticket sales have been extended until April 16. Juniors may now purchase tickets, and sophomores may attend by invitation from a junior or senior. $20 per ticket. See Ms. … Continue Reading Breaking News: Prom Update
By Sam Hetrick, news editor Most sports previews include a look at the past season for each team. What was their record? Did they make a deep run into the … Continue Reading Sports spring into action
By Haiku Peters, features editor “I feel that I have always had a knack for writing,” seventh grade poet Rosalynd Philips said. “I enjoy doing it. Writing poetry is my … Continue Reading Poet’s profile: Phillips publishes to ‘Storybird’
Seniors in Mr. Lee Scandinaro’s economics classes interviewed residents of Crawford County to create this project. Scandinaro is completing his student teaching at Saegertown High School under the direction of … Continue Reading Crawford County citizens share values, concerns, and hopes
By LaWrynn Edwards, panther paw editor Saegertown Pride Alliance (SPA) members are coming together with new shirts and new officers to spread their positive message of acceptance. The shirts include … Continue Reading SPA sports new officers and new look
By Nick Opsanic, staff writer For the past 100 years, life as a child growing up was made up of mostly “fun,” with great toys, games, and books. Lionel Trains, … Continue Reading Column: Is life being cancelled?
By Amanda Crowl, editor in chief Rube Goldberg, an american cartoonist, was famous for creating drawings of complex machines to complete simple tasks. Mr. Chris Greco’s seventh grade science class … Continue Reading Science students create ‘Rube Goldberg’ machines
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By Haiku Peters, features editor “Life is a fight for territory and once you stop fighting for what you want, what you don’t want will automatically take over.” ~ Les … Continue Reading Library Watch: Circulating books is a good first step
By Amanda Crowl, editor in chief Saegertown has limited options for eating out, but a new choice was recently added: the Traveler’s Cafe. The new cafe is open six days … Continue Reading Traveler’s Cafe: Saegertown’s newest place to suppress the munchies