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Yearbook staff earns back-to-back state championship title

by Rogie Dorpinghaus The Saint Francis Journalism department earned their second back-to-back 1A KSPA state championship Saturday, May 1. The last time the program earned a back-to-back state championship title was almost a decade . . . read more

Brady S. Senior feature

By Addy Christensen A creative lat pulldown machine made out of wood, a bicycle seat and a handlebar was created by Senior Brady Schoenrogge. He’s arguably both inventive and intelligent.  “Ever since I was a kid, . . . read more

Keigan Taylor senior feature

By Ben Busse Keigan Taylor is a hardworking senior with a bright future.  “In ten years, I want to own a house, have a wife, and live a long happy life,” Taylor said.  Taylor isn’t sure where he . . . read more

Kobe Tice senior feature

By Ellee Krien If you’re ever wondering where Kobe Tice is, you will most likely find him somewhere outdoors, hunting with friends, or family.  “Kobe is a great hunter,” said Garin Cooper, senior. “I . . . read more

Rylan Doyle Senior feature

By Connor Wachsmann It all started when Rylan was a sophomore that he found a passion for welding. When Rylan gets out of school he plans to go to Manhattan Tech for welding.  He hopes to either be welding on pipelines or open . . . read more

Senior Works Hard to Achieve Life Goals (Kattie Wurm Senior feature)

By Jordyn Faulkender This past year has mixed a lot of things up at SFCHS. However, this does not mean that everything has come to a halt. The senior class has had to adjust and make the best of this crazy senior year. Kattie Wurm never . . . read more

Student starts army career as junior (Mireya senior feature)

By Bree De Waal Mireya Palasio-Rocha, senior, loves helping those in need, especially children. She plans to go to college in Colorado, but she has yet to make up her mind on the University of Colorado Boulder or the University of . . . read more

Tyson Poling senior feature

By McKenna Poling The phrase “variety is the spice of life” is one that is all too familiar for Tyson Poling. Don’t be fooled by his quiet demeanor; Poling, a senior at SFCHS, is arguably one of the most spontaneous . . . read more

Sanity team stays busy golfing

By Bree De Waal The High School golf team is made up of eight students. The golf team competed in two tournaments this week, one varsity tournament and a junior varsity tournament. They had a varsity tournament in Hoixe, battling the . . . read more

Doyle Easter Senior Feature

By Seth Tumbelson   It’s a little stressful that by your senior year you are supposed to know what you want to do with your life. Senior Doyle Easter originally planned to go into music, but has changed dramatically for a . . . read more

Braulio Favela

By Addy Christensen   Drugs and violence are what Senior Braulio Favela saw daily while living in Mexico. Braulio came from a very violent and big city in Mexico. When he lived in Mexico, Braulio described himself as a very . . . read more

Cutler Mayer: Ready to Shoot Up in Society

By Rian Zimbal If you were to ask Cutler Mayer what his favorite class is, he would simply respond with: “All the classes I take that I am able to learn something I can use in the real world, and that teaches me new skills, is my . . . read more

Emma LaLond senior feature

By Anitzia Mayorquin Emma LaLond is humble, kind and creative. She has always been a passionate and dedicated dancer. One of her proudest accomplishments is winning an LA dancing scholarship.  Junior Hadleigh Hilt says, “ . . . read more

Shadryon senior feature

by McKenna Poling   Out of all the words in the dictionary, what word would you like to describe yourself? Smart? Talented? Attractive? How about humble? In a way, it’s a double-weighted adjective. First, it's . . . read more

Emma Johnson hopes to study in the medical field and become a nurse

By Anitzia Mayorquin   Emma Johnson is a competitive and truly passionate athlete. She is thoughtful, hardworking and above all else respectful to everyone she comes across. She hopes to study in the medical field and become a . . . read more

Neitzel finds inspiration for future career path

By Rian Zimbal Do you ever find yourself wondering why someone acts a certain way? Well, Colton Neitzel does. He was planning on pursuing his interest in psychology or engineering by attending Kansas State University.   . . . read more

Senior works hard as his high school career winds down

By Jordyn Faulkender Senior year is always a tough year. Saying goodbye to your childhood and starting the next chapter of your life. Jesse Baxter, 12, has been involved in school activities for all four years in high school and the two . . . read more

From goats to numbers: Cooper pursues passion

By Ellee Krien Picture this: a big barn, grand stands, dirt floors, and goats all over. That is where you will find Garin Cooper on a majority of his weekends, . . . read more

Senior polishes future to become dentist

By Hadleigh Hilt Jackie Allen, English teacher, has been known to advise high school girls to date a guy like Senior Adam Krien.  “Why?” Allen asked. “He is one of the kindest young men I have met. Because of . . . read more

KC Krien

Imagine sitting in a tree stand watching a mule deer cross the field in your binoculars while the wind is howling. That’s where Senior Kody Charles Krien II, “KC,” would be found. Krien’s favorite hobby is to go . . . read more

Logan Selected to Honor Jazz Band

The KMEA Northwest Kansas District Mini Convention I was held on November 7th at Hays High School in Hays, Kansas. The convention features concerts by three groups of outstanding young musicians, the High School Honor Jazz Band, the Junior . . . read more

Teachers Honored for High Student Achievement

The Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force has honored two St. Francis teachers and the school as a result of student performance on the Kansas eighth grade math and reading assessment tests. Carla Schiltz and Lisa Gibson . . . read more

"What Freedom Means to Me" Essay Selected in Local Contest

The Goodland Elks Lodge sponsored a local essay contest for junior high students.  Students were asked to write on the topic "What Freedom Means to Me" as an assignment in Mrs. Gibson's English class.  Clarice Neitzel, St. . . . read more

St. Francis Students Selected For All-State Honor Band

The Kansas John Philip Sousa Honor Band is a statewide honor band open to students in grades 6-9. Participants in the band are selected by audition and are among the most talented middle level musicians in the state of Kansas . Of the 347 . . . read more

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