War Cry

  • April 15Tiger Woods wins the 2019 Masters Tournament

  • April 15No School Friday 4/19

  • April 15WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested in London on U.S. extradition warrant

  • April 10JHS Drama puts on Mary Poppins Jr. at 7 p.m. on April 11 & 12 and 2 p.m. on April 13

  • April 10SGA Voters Registration April 11 at lunch. Must be 16 and have a government ID

  • April 10Yearbooks available for purchase cash or check in room 4-203

  • April 10JHS Talent Show May 2

Rob Gronkowski retires at 29

Rob Gronkowski retires at 29

Story by: Paige Jankowski

April 5, 2019


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The New England Patriots’ tight end, Rob Gronkowski, announced his retirement from the NFL after nine years on March 24 via an Instagram post. “It all started at 20 years old on stage at the NFL draft when my dream came true, and now here I am about to turn 30 in a few months with a decision I feel is the...

March Madness begins, Duke gets challenged by UCF

March Madness begins, Duke gets challenged by UCF

Story by: Francesco Beltrano

April 4, 2019


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The highly anticipated March Madness basketball tournament began the weekend of March 21-24. The NCAA l tournament is a playoff system of 64 basketball teams and four regions. The college teams participating earned their spot on the bracket of 64 by showing promise in their regular season games. Games...

The Honda Classic swings into town

The Honda Classic swings into town

Story by: Francesco Beltrano

April 3, 2019


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The Honda Classic, an annual golf tournament that brings the top PGA golfers to Palm Beach Gardens, took over the PGA National Championship Golf Course from Feb. 25 to March 3. Golfer Keith Mitchell took home the tournament’s top prize.   Golfers from all over the world come to compete in the Honda...

NFL Conference Championship Games: Were the Saints robbed because of a missed call?

NFL Conference Championship Games: Were the Saints robbed because of a missed call?

Story by: Francesco Beltrano

January 26, 2019


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On Jan. 20, the final four NFL teams played in the two NFL Conference Championships. The conference championship games are the final two games in the playoffs that decide who will go to the Super Bowl. The final four teams were the Kansas City Chiefs, the New England Patriots, the New Orleans Saints...

Urban Meyer announces retirement

Urban Meyer announces retirement

Story by: Katie Kleinman

December 12, 2018


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Urban Meyer, head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes, announced his retirement Dec. 4 at a press conference at Fawcett Center. Meyer is a former college football player, a three-time national champion and a future College Football Hall of Famer. In most cases, when a legendary coach announces his retirement,...

College football playoffs are set

College football playoffs are set

Story by: Francesco Beltrano

December 12, 2018


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Four college teams will be fighting for the national championship title in Jan.: #1 Alabama Crimson Tide, #2 Clemson Tigers, #3 Notre Dame Fighting Irish and #4 Oklahoma Sooners. Undefeated Alabama looks very promising with a stellar offense and a strong defense. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the Heisman...

UPDATE, Dec. 10- Heisman Races comes to a close

UPDATE, Dec. 10- Heisman Races comes to a close

Story by: Francesco Beltrano

December 10, 2018


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UPDATE: The Heisman Trophy was awarded to Kyler Murray of the University of Oklahoma on Dec. 8 at the Heisman ceremony in New York City. Murray won with 2,167 votes, followed by Tua Tagovalioa of the University of Alabama won with 1,871 votes, and Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State with 783 votes. The Heisman...

National Signing Day at Jupiter High

National Signing Day at Jupiter High

Story by: Olivia Servideo

December 6, 2018


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Four of Jupiter High’s student athletes took a step closer to their academic and athletic future on Nov. 14 as they officially signed their National Letters of Intent in Jupiter High School’s atrium. “Miami just felt like home to me, and they made me feel like I wanted to be there,” senior...

Back to the courts

Back to the courts

Story by: Katie Kleinman

December 4, 2018


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Basketball season is back, and Jupiter High's teams are ready for another successful year. Nov. 26 marked the first game for the girls’ team, and if it’s anything like their previous season, the girls will be headed to the playoffs. The boys began their regular season Nov. 27 and are poised for another...

Senior Kendall Baer commits to Georgia Gwinnett College

Senior Kendall Baer commits to Georgia Gwinnett College

Story by: Katie Kleinman

November 15, 2018


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Kendall Baer, senior captain of the Jupiter High softball team, committed to Georgia Gwinnett College to play softball at the next level. Baer has been on varsity for four years, was captain her junior year and will continue as captain her senior year. Baer contemplated attending other schools, in...

Nike signs first-ever athlete with Cerebral Palsy

Nike signs first-ever athlete with Cerebral Palsy

Story by: Emily Fritz

November 8, 2018


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Justin Gallegos, a runner attending the University of Oregon, became the first professional athlete with Cerebral Palsy to sign with Nike. Cerebral Palsy is a condition marked by impaired muscle coordination typically caused by damage to the brain at or before birth. On Oct. 6, Gallegos was joined...

College football: the week of upsets

College football: the week of upsets

Story by: Francesco Beltrano

October 19, 2018


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The AP Top 25 poll looked very different after a week of shakeups in college football. Teams like Oklahoma, Louisiana State and Auburn got upset on Oct. 6, while the top four powerhouse teams stayed the same. Other teams have finally gotten into the top 25 AP poll. Undefeated teams include #1 Alabama,...

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