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Blossom Ball

Blossom Ball

Maya Davis, Features Writer

April 18, 2019


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Students are encouraged to show off their dance moves at the Blossom Ball themed dance on April 27th at Prairie. The semi-formal event is a chance for Falcons to kick off the spring season in an exciting way. Tickets are currently being sold in the ASB office for ten dollars without ASB and eight dol...

The Softball Team Loses To The Thunder Last Friday

The Softball Team Loses To The Thunder Last Friday

Sydney Weber, Sports Writer

April 18, 2019


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The varsity softball lost to the Mountain View thunder on Friday on the thunders home field 4-1. The Falcons didn't have their best performance but it wasn't the worst. “I feel my team did good. Even though we couldn't hit till the sixth inning, our defence was good” says junior Ally Corral. Cor...

Foreign Exchange Students Arrive

Foreign Exchange Students Arrive

Meri Dunford, News Writer

April 18, 2019


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Many students at Prairie High School are participating in a foreign exchange student program, where teenagers from Europe come to stay in America for two weeks. Students are coming from both France and Germany. The process of applying to the program is quite lengthy, according to Junior Kianne Bell, who ...

Boys Baseball Team Falls Short In Double Header Against Evergreen

Boys Baseball Team Falls Short In Double Header Against Evergreen

Mallory Williams, Sports Writer

April 17, 2019


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  The boys baseball team played Evergreen in a double header on Friday April 12 and lost the first game 1-4 and lost the second game 5-14. The boys had to face multiple rescheduled games after a majority of their games for the week got rained out. Because of this, the boys had to fit two ...

A Scientific Problem

A Scientific Problem

Jayson Maddux, Opinion Writer

April 17, 2019


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In order to graduate, everyone needs to take a few science credits. Most students follow the basic path of biology, chemistry, and if they’re up to it, physics. However not everyone goes this route, as there are other options available. But the question is, are the options too diverse? If you ask most...

Extraordinary Punishment

Hannah Kneeshaw, News Writer

April 11, 2019


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As most seniors do, I have a raging case of senioritis. I am unmotivated to do my classwork and homework, let alone even come to school, but I still do. Some days, when this disease strikes circumstantially hard, I give in and decide to skip a class period or two. Usually when this happens, I call my mo...

Spring Break?

Spring Break?

Maya Davis, Features Writer

April 11, 2019


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Due to a teacher strike over low salary wages at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, Falcons did not begin attending school until September 17. This drastic change in schedule forced the Battle Ground School District to make the decision to shorten Spring Break. Despite only having two days to...

Does Color Wars Matter?

Does Color Wars Matter?

Jayson Maddux, Opinion Writer

April 11, 2019


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Last week the Prairie High School ASB ended off a week full of spirit with our yearly color wars assembly. Students far and wide donned their themed attire and took to the gym to battle it out, after a day full of skipping class to paint the rock and smack talking. But the question is, why does every...

The Prairie Track Team Defeats Evergreen

The Prairie Track Team Defeats Evergreen

Lainne Wilkins, Sports Writer

April 11, 2019


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The boys and girls track team took two dominant victories over the Evergreen Plainsmen and had some great performances. The girls team won with a 102-2 victory. Standouts for the girls team included Anna Neal winning triple jump, as well as Meri Dunford, Lainne Wilkins, and Allison Schaefer all took...

Battle Ground Rose Court

Battle Ground Rose Court

Meri Dunford, News Writer

April 11, 2019


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The Battle Ground Rose Court princesses for 2019 have been selected, and Prairie did not fail to represent. Junior Kianne Bell and sophomore Sophia Drinkward were selected to fill two of the four available positions. The other two spots were filled by Magaidh Merle, from CAM Academy, and Isabelle Carte...

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