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Get Off The Sink Radio-Episode 1

Tracer Fox and Brock Forrester

December 3, 2017


Filed under Sports

The Holtonian journalism staff is pleased to welcome Holton High School's first ever student ran podcast-Get Off The Sink Radio. Hosted by seniors Tracer Fox and Brock Forrester, this podcast offers student athlete's views on game scores, team chemistry, and all things sports. https://soundcloud.com/user-124753646/hhs-podcast-get-off-the-sink-radio-episode-1?scrlybrkr=7f204d3f

McDonald’s All American Game

Zane Moylan, Assistant Sport Editor

May 3, 2017


Filed under Sports

The McDonald’s All American game was March 29, 2017. The top players in high school of the 2017 class competed in the game.   The number one recruit out of high school Michael Porter Jr. won the games MVP award. He will be attending the University of Missouri. All of the players competing were in...

   Ryan to Ice Brady

Aaran McAllister, reporter

February 3, 2017


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Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons are set to take on the New England Patriots. The last time the Falcons were in the Super Bowl, Matt Ryan, the Falcons’ quarterback was 14 years old. The Patriots were in the Super Bowl two years ago. Ryan, often known as “Matty Ice “ for his calm composure, will outplay...

HHS hunters get limit during duck hunt

Spencer Baum, 21st Century Journalism reporter

December 19, 2016


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Opening day of duck season began on October 8, 2016. Many Holton High students began preparing for their annual weekend hunts. All of the student-hunters had to buy their yearly stamps and hunting licenses to ensure that they were legal. The best day of the season so far took place on November...

Boswell describes love of hunting

Brady Boswell, 21st Century Journalism reporter

December 19, 2016


Filed under Sports

Opening day of deer season was September 25 for archery, and November 30 for firearms. Many of the students at HHS hunt on weekends and many look forward to it and prepare all year long. As a hunter, I enjoy deer hunting for a variety of reasons. It is a great sport that uses your patience. You can...

Tanking shatters record in win against Royal Valley

Bailey Flewelling and Adalee Degenhardt, 21st Century Journalism reporters

December 17, 2016


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In the game against Royal Valley High School on Tuesday, Dec. 6, Holton varsity girls emerged victorious with the score of 64-41. Holton played many on the squad but their leading scorer for the night was Shay Tanking who broke a Holton record by scoring 32 points in the game. The previous record...

Ladycats fall to Nemaha, 51-53

Olivia Yingst and Faith Haussler, 21st Century Journalism reporters

December 17, 2016


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The Ladycats faced a tough league matchup last Friday against Nemaha. The team played their third game of the season, in the hope of another win. The Ladycats have started the season off strong winning the last two games making their record 2-0. However, they fell to Nemaha, 51-53. “Nemaha has...

Warriors Thompson finishes with 60

Zane Moylan, Assisant Sport Editor

December 13, 2016


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On Monday December 5, 2016 the Golden State Warriors shooting guard, Klay Thompson finished the game with 60 points in just three quarters. He went eight of 14 from 3 and 13 for 19 from 2. The Warriors were playing the Indiana Pacers when he scored 60 points. He did not play in the fourth quarter, which...

Cardiac Chiefs right behind Raiders in AFC West

December 9, 2016


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The Kansas City Chiefs have been on a roll, beating two very good teams on the road, the Denver Broncos and the Atlanta Falcons. These two wins set the Chiefs up for a good chance to make the playoffs and win the AFC West. The Chiefs play the Oakland Raiders this Thursday. If the Chiefs win they...

Wildcats to play Thunder tonight

Cody Mulroy and Trey Wright

December 9, 2016


Filed under Sports

The Holton Wildcats (1-1) host the Nemaha Central Thunder (2-0) Friday night for a Big Seven League game. Holton has three returning guards with starting experience. Nemaha Central has six returning seniors. The series went to the Thunder last year, as they took both games. The Thunder who finished...

NBA Season Tip-Off

Tracer Fox, Assistant Sports Editor

October 31, 2016


Filed under Sports

2016-2017 NBA season officially gets underway Coming off an NBA Championship, the Cleveland Cavaliers look to continue their reign with LeBron James as the key to the Cav's success. The Golden State Warriors, who lost in the NBA Championship to the Cavs, added a big time player in MVP Kevin Dur...

The Fab Five

Josh Bjelland, Sports Editor

March 7, 2016


Filed under Sports

Since 2012, five spectacular senior golfers have made the trip out to the golf course each spring. These golfers are Brandt Rose, Brian Nelson, Hayden May, Josh Bjelland, and Tanner New. “I just love getting out there on the course with the Fab Four. We just have a lot of fun,” Brian Nelson, senior,...

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