The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

Jacob Flesher

Jacob Flesher, Photographer

This is senior Jacob Flesher's first year with The Prowler. He is a photographer.

All content by Jacob Flesher
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[Photo] Around the Mill

MacKenzie Jadick, Staff Writer
October 20, 2021
Black and white photo of the members of Big Bite (left to right: Matt Berry, Graham Baker, Erica Miller, and Allen Trainer).

Quick Hit with Jacob Flesher

Jacob Flesher, Staff Writer
April 29, 2021
Varsity sideline, competition, and basketball cheer coach Kristie Hayward read “The Four Winds” by Kristin Hannah. The fiction novel illustrates the life of a woman living in the Great Plains and struggling to take care of her two children during the Great Depression.

[Photo] Around the Mill

Caroline Hubbard, News Editor
April 28, 2021
Seniors pitcher Eli Jones (left) and outfielder Thad Ector (right) stand alongside their families during the baseball team’s season walk prior to their Tuesday game against the Whitewater Wildcats. After 11 seniors were honored by the team, the Panthers went straight to work against Whitewater. Despite a messy fifth inning, Starr’s Mill played well and defeated the Wildcats 4-3. Both Jones and Ector will play baseball at the University of South Carolina next year.

[Photo] The boys of spring

Daniel Stackhouse, Sports Editor
April 15, 2021
Senior Austin Morris and senior Santi Bondulich challenge one another for the ball. Starr’s Mill earned its fourth consecutive win Tuesday night in a 2-1 victory over visiting Marist.

[Photo] Checkmate

Abby Carter, Staff Writer
March 2, 2021
Senior midfielder Darby Olive moves the ball downfield during the girls varsity soccer game on Tuesday against the Marist. The Lady Panthers tied in a difficult game against Marist, 0-0.

[Photo] Total toss-up

Caroline Hubbard, News Editor
March 1, 2021
Administrative intern and Starr’s Mill alumnae Christina Rufenacht’s current favorite book is “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho. The book highlights the importance of the process of change and sticking with the pursuit of your dreams.

[Photo] Panther Reads

Joslyn Weber, Staff Writer
January 30, 2021

[Photo] Seth Roach

Mackenzie Jadick, Staff Writer
February 1, 2021
Timothy Monihan poses with this month’s Golden Apple award winner, math teacher and girls basketball coach Emily Sweeney. The standout factor to Sweeney’s teaching is how she goes about her interactions with students.

[Photo] Golden Apple – Emily Sweeney

Emily Davis, Editor-in-Chief
January 28, 2021

[Video] Coach’s Corner

Katie Johnson, Staff Writer
November 19, 2020

[Video] Coach’s Corner

Daniel Stackhouse, Sports Editor
November 3, 2020
School custodian Hai Le pictured with fellow Starr’s Mill staff as they celebrate his citizenship. Originally from Vietnam, Le officially became a United States citizen for the sake of his family.

[Photo] Citizenship at last

Emily Davis, Editor-in-Chief
October 28, 2020

[Photo] From the Panther Pit

Daniel Stackhouse, Sports Editor
October 1, 2020
Junior Joy Johnson serves the ball. Starr’s Mill split region matches against Griffin and McIntosh.  The Panthers had an easy game against Griffin, winning 25-4 and 25-5. However, Starr’s Mill struggled on serve receive during the McIntosh match losing 25-21 and 25-14.

[Photo] One point at a time

Kyleigh Wetzstein, Staff Writer
September 29, 2020
Starr’s Mill welcomes assistant principal Andrea Freeman to the Panther family. Freeman previously taught at Creekside High School.

[Photo] Andrea Freeman

Kaitlyn Doyle, Staff Writer
September 29, 2020
Choral director Dr. John Odom instructs Chanticleer from a distance. All students are separated in 6-foot intervals and required to wear masks. Studies have shown that it is safe to sing for 30 minutes without the spread of aerosol in the air. Many students have switched to virtual further reducing the risk of contact, but fewer students and strict guidelines have forced many changes and adaptations in the performing arts.

[Photo] The show must go on

Abi Carter, Features Editor
September 19, 2020
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