War Cry

  • November 12Fla. Governor and Senator races head to recount

  • November 12Camp Fire becomes California's deadliest wildfire; at least 31 killed statewide

  • October 29189 thought dead in Indonesia plane crash

  • October 29Mail bombing suspect arrested in Fla.

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,...

NCAA football is back in business

NCAA football is back in business

Story by: Olivia Servideo

October 9, 2018


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Sept. 1 marked the beginning of another college football season, much to the delight of fans. “The thing I like most about college football is the atmosphere,” senior Mikey Robinson said. Assistant Principal Joe Lang agreed. “I love college because it’s about kids playing for the love of...

UFC 229 Lightweight Championship takes an unexpected turn after fight breaks out following main event

UFC 229 Lightweight Championship takes an unexpected turn after fight breaks out following main event

Story by: Sydney Peters

October 8, 2018


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Ultimate Fighting Championship contenders Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor Mcgregor battled it out in the cage at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Oct. 6 for the Lightweight Championship Belt. Mcgregor submitted to a choke hold by Nurmagomedov in the fourth round, giving Nurmagomedov the Lightweight Champion...

Serena Williams loses U.S. Open Women’s Final amid cheating accusation

Serena Williams loses U.S. Open Women’s Final amid cheating accusation

Story by: Paige Jankowski

September 9, 2018


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On Sept. 8, professional tennis player, Serena Williams, received a code violation for being illegally coached by Patrick Mouratoglou from her player box during the first set of the U.S Open Women’s Final. She gained two additional violations for racquet abuse and verbal abuse. “I’m honest,...

Girls’ volleyball eyes another district championship

Girls’ volleyball eyes another district championship

Story by: Paige Jankowski

September 4, 2018


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Jupiter High’s Lady Warrior volleyball team is off to a strong start with five big wins over Cardinal Newman (3-0) on Aug. 20, Wellington (3-1) on Aug. 22, Palm Beach Lakes (3-0) on Aug. 27, John I. Leonard (3-0) on Aug. 29 and Martin County (3-2) on Aug. 30. “Our biggest competition is going...

Jupiter High’s swim and dive team splashes into a new season

Jupiter High’s swim and dive team splashes into a new season

Story by: Katie Hiebert

August 31, 2018


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Jupiter High’s swim and dive team has high hopes for another successful season. On Aug. 27, they started with a win over Jupiter Christian at home, at the Jupiter Aquatic Center. Dennis Connolly and Krill Zahariev coach both the Jupiter High swim and dive team and the Dragons’ swim team. “This...

Jupiter High Parade of Champions

Jupiter High Parade of Champions

Story by: Lindsey Fine

August 31, 2018


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On Aug. 12, Jupiter High honored their five state champions of 2017-2018: baseball, lacrosse, diving, cheer and dance. The state champs marched from Bowlero on Maplewood Dr. to the high school entrance on Toney Penna Dr. Leading the way was Jupiter High's award-winning band. Along the parade route,...

Meet the Athlete: Ricky Clark

Meet the Athlete: Ricky Clark

Story by: Kendall Baer

May 18, 2018


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Ricky Clark, senior captain of the Jupiter High baseball team, has been a key player for the Warriors this season. With a hot bat and solid defense, the Wingate University commit is leading the team on their road to the state final. Clark started playing baseball at the age of four and never looked...

Jupiter High’s boy’s lacrosse wins states

Jupiter High’s boy’s lacrosse wins states

Story by: Jake Garland

May 17, 2018


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On May 12, the Warriors defeated Bishop Moore High School 11-8 at host school Boca Raton High School to become the first-ever public school to win the boy’s lacrosse state championship. Top scorer, Denver Aranda, had five of the 11 goals. Benno Jansen scored three, along with Kenny Cronin who scored...

Kentucky Derby winner Justify breaks 136-year-old curse

Kentucky Derby winner Justify breaks 136-year-old curse

Story by: Kendall Baer, Sports Editor

May 8, 2018


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The 144th annual Derby was held at Churchill Downs in Louisville, KY. On Saturday, May 5, three-year old horse, Justify, broke a 136-year-old curse, known as Apollo’s curse, by being the first colt in 136 years to win the Kentucky Derby without having raced as a two-year old. Apollo’s curse dates...

The 2018 NBA playoffs

The 2018 NBA playoffs

Story by: Paige Jankowski

May 2, 2018


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On April 14, the National Basketball Association (NBA) began their 2018 playoff season. “I would like to see the Toronto Raptors, and I wouldn’t mind seeing them take the Golden State Warriors to the finals. I would like the Raptors to win because the Warriors have won it two years out of three,”...

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