Monthly Archives: December 2011

Samaniego relishes his role as school mascot, cheer team member

By Quetzani Montano-Sevilla, staff writer Throughout a person’s life, things come up that can change life for better or for worse. Senior leader Denzel Samaniego has found that by being the mascot for Boulder High, he was given a great … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , , ,

Girls varsity basketball team places third in Boulder Invitational season opener

By Haley Davis & Chandler Baker, staff writers Boulder High’s varsity girls basketball team played Wheat Ridge, Legacy and Standley Lake at the Boulder Invitational league tournament to open its season. In its first game of the tournament, Boulder defeated … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , ,

Owl Poll: Boys varsity basketball

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , , ,

Review: Chipotle edges Qdoba and Illegal Pete’s as Boulder’s best burritos

By Loic Guegan, staff writer In Boulder, there are three restaurants that dominate in the burrito category but only one that can be named the best. At Boulder High, many students fall victim to location because Illegal Pete’s is the … Continue reading

Posted in Features, Front Page | Tagged , , , ,

Boulder High cheers team places second at state behind Douglas County

By Quetzani Montano-Sevilla, staff writer The Boulder High cheers team made everyone in the Denver Coliseum know that they were a force to be reckoned with on Saturday. After many hours of waiting and watching other teams, the time finally … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , , ,

Opinion: Tebow strikes a chord in us all

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief There are thousands of stories about Tim Tebow (several already in The Owl) and the millions of opinions that people have about him. And now after inspiring the Broncos to another improbable win yesterday against the … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , , , ,

Medina reaches out to elementary students by teaching cheerleading through Dreamer’s Program

By Quetzani Montano-Sevilla, staff writer Between schoolwork and sports, there is not much time for anything else, especially if you are on the cheer team, whose season practically lasts the whole year. However, senior leader Nayeli Medina is able to … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , , , ,

Girls swim team discovers that food is common denominator to creating tightly knit unit

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor As a means of uniting its swimmers and divers, the Boulder High swim team has set aside time every week for team bonding. Because swimming is mostly an individual sport, building relationships with teammates has … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , ,

Alcala participates on cheers team to relieve stress of senior year

By Quetzani Montano-Sevilla, staff writer Everyone has something they do when he or she is stressed out to the max. Some people go on a hike; others ride their bikes or read a book. Then there are some who relieve … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Sports | Tagged , , , ,

Opinion: Anyway you look at it, the 2012 election is going to be a hot mess

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief This is shaping up to be the most negative presidential elections in history. It just seems that every candidate sucks in numerous ways. Obama hasn’t lived up to the hype he created, and he has backed … Continue reading

Posted in Front Page, Opinion | Tagged , , ,