3 things to know for January 26: Basketball Results, Students of Quarter, Senior Pictures


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1. Basketball Results

The Lady Trojans and Trojans Basketball teams both respectively lost their games as the girls lost 59-22 to Homer City, and the boys lost 82-44 to North Catholic. Tiana Moracco, Samantha Gruska, and Tyson Webb led the Trojans in points.

2. Students of the 2nd Quarter

  • Agriculture/Horticulture Department: Timothy Miller
  • Art Department: Emilee Blasko
  • Business Department: Saydee Weimer
  • Career and Technology (CTC) Department: Troy Clark
  • English Department: Autumn Zerfoss
  • Family and Consumer Department: Lilly Crow
  • French Language Department: Veronica Schissler
  • Math Department: Elizabeth Kott
  • Music Department: Andrew Downs
  • Physical Education Department:
  • Boys; Nicholas Thomas
  • Girls; Allie Chamberlain
  • Science Department: Mikah Crook
  • Social Studies Department: Tayah Tetkoskie
  • Spanish Language Department: Mikaela Shine
  • Technology Department:
  • Alex Mullen for Video Game Design
  • Matthew Clark for Intro to Coding

3. Senior Pictures

Attention seniors, or anyone who has great pictures of seniors, Student Council is working on the senior slideshow which will be displayed during graduation week, but we need your pictures! Pictures from all your years at Derry, your interests, fun times, or old embarrassing pictures of your friends. Please submit them at http://photos.dasd.us/. If you have printed photos, please bring them to Mrs. Dorazio G403 marked with your name and homeroom.


Buffalo or Grilled Chicken Salad, Baked French Fries, Small Roll, Fruit Cup, and Milk

Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is the only person elected into the baseball hall of fame.

Notable exception: Barry Bonds.

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This ain’t Vegas.

Bills left tackle Dion Dawkins said about the NFL Playoffs OT rule. He continued, “we should never let a football game be determined from a coin. Like, I think that’s the most craziest rule in sports. Like, you can fight your entire fight the whole game, and then the game comes down to a 50-50 chance of a coin toss. Like, this ain’t Vegas. Like, we’re not at the casino table. Like, this ain’t no 50-50 bet and there ain’t even no 50-50 bet. And it’s just crazy that that was the outcome.”

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TODAY’S NUMBER: 43 Million

43 Million viewers watched the Chiefs vs. Bills AFC Divisional game on Sunday night, which became the most watched TV event since last year’s Super Bowl.

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