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Track team hopes for success in upcoming season

By Peter Hyle and Christian DiMartino Tonight the FC track team will be preparing for the Jefferson Inferno Invitational. A team centered around determination and companionship, many of the runners ...

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Spring sports players look forward to warmer weather

By Will Huston After a few winter storms, the area around FC has  recently been seeing some warmer weather, making some sports players eager about the arrival of spring. “I ...

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Cafeteria hosts Book Drive for Dr. Seuss Day

By Peter Hyle and Christian DiMartino Every year the cafeteria makes a special lunch for Dr. Seuss Day. Serving food such as green eggs and ham and grinch burgers, it ...

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Four of the Trojan Horsemen T-28s return to the show box at Thunder Over Louisville. Photo by Amber Habron.

Thunder Over Louisville attracts diverse assortment of planes

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This weekend’s Thunder events excite students

By Rachel Lamb Every year during mid-April an event called Thunder Over ...
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Softball team progresses despite recent flooding

By Delaney Smith and Sydney Sears With the season well underway, the softball team is looking forward to a winning season. While the team has been practicing hard, recent flooding of the softball field due to rain has slowed down their progress. Extensive field damage was caused by the water. “There was 36 inches of […]

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Seniors talk about their worries, hopes for after high school

By Will Huston As students enter the final nine weeks of school at FC, many are looking forward to summer break. However, for seniors it is the last time they will be at FC, causing them to be excited about graduating. “[I’m] very excited. I’m ready to leave,” said senior Greg Micco. Micco shared his plans on what he […]

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Tennis team dives into the 2014 season

By Melanie Parrish Parents and friends alike cheer as sophomore Alex Jamison and junior Erin Patterson play doubles together against Columbus North in the tennis tournament on Saturday. Saturday’s tournament was the team’s first of the season. “I think we’ve been doing pretty good,” said Patterson. “It’s a little different, because we had to start […]

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Critic reveals the summer’s most anticipated movies

by Isaac Mathewson Summer is approaching and so are the summer blockbusters. These past two years have been pretty strong on their movies, being mostly benefited from superhero films such as The Avengers and Man of Steel, and it looks like this year might be very good as well. The following list is a non-opinionated list of the summer’s […]

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Day of Silence raises awareness of bullying issues

by Lindsay Sparrow and Raquel Renton As sophomore Kelsey Skeens sits in Tim Dench’s second-period class, she has said nothing today. “The day of silence is a way to pay respects to those who have committed suicide because of bullying,” said Skeens. This day will not only touch the students involved, but the entire school. […]

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