Monthly Archives: April 2012

Boulder varsity baseball team defeats Fort Collins 11-7, improves record to 6-10

By Chandler Baker, staff writer The Panthers varsity baseball team defeated the Fort Collins Lambkins 11-7 to improve their record to 6-10. “We played really well. We were more enthusiastic than usual, and we’ve been having a rough season. It’s … Continue reading

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Girls head basketball coach Chris Mischke resigns after only one season at Boulder High

By Chandler Baker, staff writer After the Lady Panthers rollercoaster first season with head coach Chris Mischke, Mischke resigned on April 20, leaving many players upset and confused. Mischke led the Lady Panthers to the second round of the playoffs … Continue reading

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Panthers’ playoff hopes dashed by Windsor on controversial goal

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief & Loic Guegan, staff writer The Panthers lacrosse team fell 11-10 to the Windsor Wizards Wednesday, effectively ending their chances of making the playoffs. The game was tied 10-10 going into the final minutes, but the … Continue reading

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University of Colorado administration closes campus in effort to curtail 4/20 celebration

By Loic Guegan, staff writer The annual 4/20 smoke-out at the University of Colorado’s Norlin Quad wasn’t nearly as hazy as it has been in recent years. University administrators wanted to put a halt to the smoke-out because they believe … Continue reading

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From its high costs to creative theme, this weekend’s prom is a production for those who plan, attend it

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor & Eliot Meade, staff writer  For the past month, the halls of Boulder High have been filled with the chatter of the long-awaited prom. For some, the talk is pure excitement, but for others it … Continue reading

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Owl Poll: Music Festivals

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Summer welcomes the celebration of music as concert-goers begin to anticipate upcoming festivals

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor Throughout the year, there are a plethora of music festivals, but summer is when most young adults and teenagers take the journey to local and far-off festivals. The trend of festivals isn’t anything new; many … Continue reading

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Boulder High Latin students gather to compete at Junior Classical League in Estes Park

By Eliot Meade, staff writer Seven Latin students from levels 1-4 participated in the Junior Classical League in Estes Park on April 12-13.  At this annual event, students participated in a variety of academic competitions as well as an Olympic … Continue reading

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On the 100th anniversary of its sinking, the Titanic and its story was commemorated by many BHS students

By Chandler Baker, staff writer On April 14, 1912, Titanic, the world’s largest ship, collided with an iceberg and sank in the early morning hours of April 15, claiming more than 1,500 lives. One hundred years later, the story  of … Continue reading

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Panthers continue their fall with loss to surging rival Knights

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief The streak continues. The Boulder High girls soccer team fell to their crosstown rivals Fairview 1-0 on Tuesday, continuing a seven-year losing streak to the school from South Boulder. Senior Berkeley Gamble scored the lone goal … Continue reading

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