3 things to know for March 23: Hat Day, Track Scrimmage, Blairsville Scholarship


1. Hat Day

Friday, March 25, 2022, is a hat day with the proceeds benefiting our Fun Day!  Wear a school appropriate hat this Friday for $1.00.

Stickers will be sold in G403 (Mrs. Dorazio’s), and the Gym (Mrs. Smith) before the start of 1st period. Join in the fun!

2. Track Scrimmage

The rain held off at Trojan Stadium yesterday as the Track and Field teams competed in their first and only scrimmage against Yough.

The girls won 128 to 12. First-place finishers included the girls’ four by 800 meter relay team of Jane Huss, Mikah Horwat, Emma Huber, and Alayna Williams; Reigna Taylor in the 100 meter hurdles; Julia Omlor in the 100 and 200 meter; Horwat in the mile; the girls four by 100 meter relay team of Shyanne Hornbaker, Omlor, Cassie Byers, and Taylor; Sydney Williams in the 400 meter; Hornbaker in the 300 meter hurdles; Jane Huss in the 2 mile; Sara Bungard in the shotput; Mara Lewis in the discus; Sophia Mazzoni in the javelin; Regan Repak in the high jump; Alayna Williams in the long jump; and Ashley Baker in the Triple Jump.

The boys tied Yough, 70 to 70. First place finishers included the four by 100 meter relay team of Amhad Ward, Derrick Moffett, Lorenzo Lazzaro, and Damauri Robinson; Charlie Banks in the 800 meter; Robinson in the 200 meter; Carson Chamberlain in the Shot Put; Troy Clark in the Long Jump and Triple Jump.

Next meet is the section opener against Valley at home on Wednesday, April 6th.

3. Blairsville Scholarship

The Blairsville Masonic/Preston Martin Scholarship worth $200. This is a local scholarship, so please make sure to get the application turned in on time!


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Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe portraits could be auctioned for a record $200 million at auction.




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