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Prairie’s Homecoming Court Shows New Faces

Bridger Paradis, Features Writer

October 17, 2019

Prairie’s 2019 Homecoming Court was announced last Thursday, when nominees walked into the Homecoming Assembly. Students voted earlier in the week and selected the nominees of their choice.  There were many new faces in Homecoming Court this year. During the last hour of school on Thursday, Prairie had a school...

Boys Golf Takes Victory Over Battle Ground and is Headed to Bi-Districts

London Fairchild, Sports Writer

October 16, 2019

The boys golf team, lead by #1 golfer Isaac Kinsman, won 1-0 while playing at home on Tuesday, October 1st. The boys defeated our rival Tigers and have one more match against Fort Vancouver on Tuesday, October 8th before they’re headed to bi-districts. Patrick Kurfurst, a junior on the boys golf ...

Homecoming: A Starry Night

Jamie Packer, News writer

October 10, 2019

Homecoming is the first dance of the school year and something students have been looking forward to since school started.This year the dance will be held on Friday, October 11 at Prairie. The staff and ASB have worked to make it special for everyone involved.  “Every generation is different for dances...

Prairie and Battle Grounds’ Rivalry Continues

Anna Neal and Bridger Paradis

October 10, 2019

Tensions rose before the football rivalry between Prairie and Battle Ground High School. Students from each school participated in vandalizing each others’ school spirit rock, while protecting their own.   Late Thursday, the night before the rivalry football game, many Prairie students particip...

Prairie Swim Paddles To Victory

Maddie Hennerty, Sports Writer

October 9, 2019

Rivalry swim teams compete side by side in this week's meet, Prairie vs. Battle Ground. Junior Calise Hahn gives the inside scoop on how the girls swim team prepares for such a demanding event. The team practices every weekday at Clark County YMCA, having to be out at the water by 2:40 to warm-up. T...

Inspire Week: “We Is Greater Than Me”

October 4, 2019

Students are getting more and more involved and spirited as Inspire Week continues on throughout the school year. The week of October 23rd kicked off the school’s plan for the ultimate high school experience, the spirit filled Inspire Week. Activities that are going on every day get both students ...

Prairie Football at Battle Ground

Brady Gagnon and Anthony Santoyo, Sports Writers

October 3, 2019

Last Friday, September 27, 2019, Prairie secured a 38-6 victory over Battle Ground in a very hyped up rivalry game. Battle Ground was the home team in Friday’s match-up, yet both teams normally play as the home team at District Stadium.   Every year, Prairie and Battle Ground compete in a very intense ...

Cross Country Runs Towards Their Goals

Addy Friesen, Sports Writer

October 3, 2019

Prairie’s Cross Country team has had lots of success in the past, and they hope to continue that success this season. The team competed at the Nike XC meet in Portland last weekend. This meet had some of the toughest teams from around the Pacific Northwest. There were over five thousand runners comp...

Prairie’s New Crimson Crew Unifies Students

Prairie’s New Crimson Crew Unifies Students

Bridger Paradis and Anna Neal

October 3, 2019

Prairie’s new organization called Crimson Crew encourages students to become more involved in the school. The Crimson Crew shows kindness and respect to student athletes by attending sporting events that do not earn much support.  The number of students involved in the organization is growing e...

Where’s the Beef

Where’s the Beef

Misa Le, News Writer

May 16, 2018

On Friday, January 26th, the Lady Falcons played a basketball game against the Fort Vancouver Trappers. The score was 83-9, Prairie. The scoreboard sparked a great deal of controversy on Twitter the following night. It all started when Owen Frasier, a high school teacher and coach from Fort Vancouver H...

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