The Eagle's Tale

Math teacher Amanda Bell was named Canyon High School Teacher of the Year on Monday, Jan. 31. Other finalists include science teacher Hayden Blankenship and manufacturing teacher Chase Fulton. Every single one of my kids has shown growth in class, Bell said. That’s always been my goal: to help them grow and be confident in themselves.

Clear as a bell

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
March 3, 2022
The renovations on the softball field began in October and were set to be done mid-January but were delayed  because of snow. I found out about turf field from the athletic director, Toby Tucker, head softball coach, Styler Haddock said. I was getting ready to prepare it for the season and he let me know not to worry about it because turf was going in.

New changes bring more opportunities

Sean Buck, Staff Reporter
January 31, 2022
Students can sign up to donate for the Jan. 12 blood drive by emailing blood drive coordinator Lance Culbert with their name, age and three periods they could donate. Contrary to previous drives, students ages 16 and 17 will need a signed permission form.

Drawing out a legacy

Charlie Clark, Staff Reporter
January 7, 2022
Steven Thrasher stand with his partner, Brian Denney and his son Maverick Thrasher, as they hold their first place plaque and their golden ticket after a SCA cook-off competition. Thrasher has partnered with Denney and competed since 2010. “When we started the team it was a way to get friends together and watch some bands play while cooking BBQ,” Jennifer Thrasher, Stevens wife said. “After a couple of years he began practicing a lot more and started winning a few categories.

Grilling to the top

Sean Buck, Staff Reporter
November 16, 2021
The NCAA reported that of the 8 million high school student athletes competing across the nation only 480,000 will continue to compete in college. Seniors Brayden Treadwell, Olivia Trask and Rhett Roden do not plan on pursuing sports in college despite the countless hours they have practiced and competed. “I don’t want to play college golf,” Roden said. “I’d rather go to Texas Tech than some small community college, but I’m not good enough to play Division I or Division II. It’s hard to sit here and think about what I am going to do with all my free time after high school golf. How much time am I going to spend on the golf course when I’m not forced to be there?”

More than a sport

Laura Gill, Associate Editor
October 27, 2021
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Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
October 15, 2021
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