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Game on!

Game on!

December 12, 2019

 The Starr’s Mill eSports program is underway in its first year of action. Click the image above to get caught up with the...

Headlines for post-break depression

Headlines for post-break depression

December 6, 2019

Coming back from Thanksgiving break, students crowded the halls. With exams right around the corner, students are rushing to raise...

Buckle Up Georgia video advances to final round

Buckle Up Georgia video advances to final round

December 5, 2019

Three students from Patt Coleman’s broadcasting class created a video for the Buckle Up Georgia video competition and have advanced...

SOCIAL MEDIA
The cold still doesn’t bother them
Panther Reads
Opinion: ‘Fail mail’ needs revisions
Careless carting

Careless carting

December 4, 2019

Opinion: Let girls breathe without being labeled

Opinion: Let girls breathe without being labeled

December 2, 2019

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Golden Apple – November 2019
Pinch of Positivity

Pinch of Positivity

November 11, 2019

Physics teacher Nicholas Gillies named Teacher of the Year

Physics teacher Nicholas Gillies named Teacher of the Year

November 7, 2019

From bat to business

From bat to business

November 4, 2019

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Gameday Takeaways, Week 14

Annika Pepper

Warner Robins defender takes down senior Ben Bodne during the Panthers’ state semifinal game against the Warner Robins Demons. Bodne highlighted the Panther run game that struggled in the 55-3 loss to the Demons. Bodne accounted for over half the team’s offensive yards, carrying the ball 16 times for 162 yards. “I’m so grateful for this season, and my teammates. They all just worked so hard and we all just love each other,” Bodne said. “I’m really proud of how this season went. I wish it would have ended differently, but we still played as hard as we possibly could.”

End of the road

Annika Pepper

Sophomore Barrett Schmidlkofer (right) and junior Cole Bishop (left) look downfield during the AAAAA semifinal game against Warner Robins at the Mac in Warner Robins, Georgia. The Warner Robins Demons steamrolled the Panthers, swiftly taking control of the game and advancing to the state championship 55-3. On defense, Bishop snagged one interception for his fourth pick on the season, while on offense he caught three passes for 15 yards. The Panther defense gave up 435 yards of total offense to Warner Robins despite average only 262.8 yards allowed per game this season.

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