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Rilee Stapleton

Rilee Stapleton, Editor-in-Chief

Senior Rilee Stapleton is a four-year member of The Prowler staff.  He is editor-in-chief and a staff writer.

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Prowler Bracketology

Prowler Bracketology

March 25, 2021
Lady Panther lacrosse team raises the championship trophy. Starr’s Mill defeated Blessed Trinity 11-8 to win the GHSA A-AAAAA State Championship, becoming the first team south of I-20 to do so.

Redemption

May 20, 2019
Junior goalie Karlee Jenks surveys the Lady Paladin offense. Jenks acted as a brick wall for Starr’s Mill, only allowing two goals on the night. Her stellar play helped the Lady Panthers make their second consecutive A-AAAAA GHSA State Championship game.

Ready for revenge

May 17, 2019

Coach’s Corner

May 3, 2019
Liza Eubanks

Liza Eubanks

April 26, 2019
From the Panther Pit

From the Panther Pit

April 18, 2019
From the Panther Pit

From the Panther Pit

April 12, 2019
Luke Phillips

Luke Phillips

April 7, 2019

Coach’s Corner

March 27, 2019
From the Panther Pit

From the Panther Pit

March 21, 2019

Coach’s Corner

March 13, 2019
Juniors Jamaine Mann and Alice Anne Hudson. Mann and Hudson each led their respective teams this year at Starr’s Mill. Mann led the boys team with averages of 17.1 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. Hudson led the girls’ squad with 15.8 points and 2.8 steals per game.

Highway to hoops heaven

February 28, 2019
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series cars ined up on pit road prior to qualifying for the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500.

From the Panther Pit(box)

February 24, 2019
Harrison Burton (No. 18) in his 17th career start, trails seasoned NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series drivers Johnny Sauter (No. 13) and Matt Crafton (No. 88). Young drivers like Burton are finding ways to move up the respect ladder in the eyes of the more experienced drivers.

Qualifying for respect

February 23, 2019
Christopher Bell, in the No. 20 Rheem Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, won the Rinnai 250 race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Bell led for 142 of 163 laps en route to his first win of the 2019 season.

Paved by the Bell

February 23, 2019
Weather has been the main question leading up to NASCAR’s tripleheader this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. After sunshine and great temperatures on Friday, persistent moisture has teams searching for a break in the weather to allow for Saturday’s on-track activities.

For truck’s sake!

February 23, 2019
Ray Black Jr., driver of the No. 07 S.S. Green Light Racing Chevrolet, drives into the garages after one of Friday’s practices. In this special edition episode of “From the Panther Pit,” Editor-in-Chief Rilee Stapleton and Sports Editor Jenna Sanders talk about Friday’s events and preview Saturday’s action from around the track.

From the Panther Pit(box)

February 23, 2019
Aric Almirola, driver of the No. 10 Smithfield Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing, won the pole with a time of 30.550 seconds. He lead a pack of Fords that crowded the top five spots, with Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 FedEx Ground Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing being the only non-Ford top-five finisher.

Built Ford fast

February 22, 2019
Justin Haley, driver of the No. 11 LeafFilter Gutter Protection Chevy for Kaulig Racing, finished with a time of 31.184 seconds and a top speed of 177.783 mph. Haley led a group of Chevrolet drivers that dominated the standings in the NXS practices. In both practices, Chevy boasted nine top-15 finishers.

Chevy heavy

February 22, 2019

Coach’s Corner

February 14, 2019
From the Panther Pit

From the Panther Pit

February 8, 2019
Junior Alice Anne Hudson scans the court for an open teammate. Hudson, a first team All-Region selection, senior Alyssa Angelo, and Region 3-AAAAA freshman of the year Jaclyn Hester have helped rebuild a girls’ basketball program that missed the state playoffs just two years ago.

Rebuild complete

February 3, 2019

Coach’s Corner

February 1, 2019
From the Panther Pit

From the Panther Pit

December 13, 2018
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