Searching for the replacements

  As a new season dawns on cross country, the HR girls team looks for new runners to fill in the graduated class. The team that went to state just two years ago is in the process of rebuilding. The team lost graduated runners like Megan Koch, individual qualifier in cross country and track and…

New coach, same Falcons

  HR has a new football coach in the building for the 2018-2019 school year. So far John Trahan, football coach, has pleased many of his new players.   “Coach Trahan is a good coach. He’s a leader and he knows how to speak with the team,” said sophomore and starting varsity player Ethan Ashcroft.…

New year, new staff: A personality profile on Matt Foster

  It is said that teaching is one profession that creates all other professions. As students enter another year of this transitional period we called high school, it’s important to recognize the adults in the building who push us and mold us every day. And, especially since the year has just begun, it’s even more…

Video games: A new breed of high school sport

  They have trained up for weeks to prepare for this game. Their reflexes, speed, and concentration have been sharpened for this very moment, and their skill will be tested for the whole world to see. You may think they are football players or basketball players, but they are ESport players, and this upcoming game…

Ranch introduces a new band director

                  Flags twirl, the band marches, and Friday night football games are about to begin. The marching band season has started, and this year they have a new director. As of the 2018-19 school year, HR received a new band director. Christopher Rigolini took over the position…

Spectrum All In for acceptance

  Spectrum by definition from Merriam Webster is “a continuous sequence or range.” At HR, Spectrum is a club who is accepting of anyone who identifies on the gender spectrum and offers a safe place for students to be themselves with no judgement. Spectrum held a social on Friday, May 11 to offer a place…

Class of 2018 says ‘goodbye’ at graduation

  As the class of 2018 walked across the popular stage of Red Rocks Amphitheater, they crossed the line from students, to graduates, and to official adults in the world. HR students look forward to walking down the 196 steps to receive their diploma after their final year of high school. Kelsey Newman, sophomore, said,…