By Sam Weiser
The sectional tournament is tonight beginning at 6 p.m. at Seymour High School.
Floyd Central vs. Seymour 6 p.m.
Seymour (9-14) is coming off of an upset win against Jeffersonville on Tuesday. The Owls kept it close for the whole game and were down six with 40 seconds left. Seymour forced overtime after hitting a three with the time winding down. In overtime the Owls controlled the pace and they ended up winning by the score of 54-53. Coming off of this the Owls will be high on confidence facing the Highlanders.
The Highlanders season started off slow and through the first seven games were 4-3. The game against Corydon Central sparked a 14-game win streak. During this streak FC beat the No. 6 4A team (Castle) in the state and ended the No. 1 3A team’s (Brownstown) 22 game win streak. Over the last 15 games FC went 14-1 and are riding this hot streak into sectionals. Continue reading Hoosier Hills conference sectional tournament preview
By Mia Boutelle
The faint noises of the clicking of keys and brushes on a canvas reverberate through art teacher Kerry Jones’s fourth-period class. The three separate rooms seem almost stagnant, as only six people reside in them. Continue reading Advanced art classes help students pursue interests
By Eleni Pappas
Imagine lands of peaceful beaches, vibrant forests, elegant volcanoes, and piercing mountains. The sound of the ocean cove lulls you to sleep, and you dream of the adventure that awaits you in the morning with penguins, iguanas, tortoises, sea lions, and pink flamingos. Life flourishes here unlike any other place in the world.
Get ready for a once in a lifetime trip on these idiosyncratic islands of discovery and beauty.
Continue reading Galapagos trip leads way for discoveries
By Charlie Ebeck
Kindness is a necessity. We need it especially in our high school years when we are usually being weighed down by countless amounts of tests and homework assignments. However, there is a group at FC that works to relieve stress and promote kindness.
Continue reading AGES Club works to promote kindness
By Allie Lincoln
The sound reverberates off the auditorium walls, filling the entire theatre with music. A choir stands in a close formation on stage, but instead of classical music behind their vocals a steady beat is heard made by one of the choir members themselves. Audience members smile as familiar radio tunes echo throughout the room. The FC choir and handbells groups brought something completely different to their concert Feb. 17 at POPappella. Continue reading POPappella excites audiences with popular music