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NPHS heads to State swim and dive competition

Junior Jonathan Brouillette practices his dives for State. The competition is taking place on Feb. 27. This is Brouillette's third year competing at State, after a sixth place finish last year.

Mia Dugan, Staff Writer

February 26, 2020

North Platte High School swimmers and divers will be competing at the State tournament in Lincoln, Neb. at the Devaney Center this weekend. Junior Jonathan Brouillette is currently ranked number two in the state for diving. Returning to the State springboard for the third time, he feels very confiden...

Winter Sports Preview

Swimmers and Divers warming up for the very first practice of the season.

Anissa Hoffman, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

NPHS winter athletes are showing coaches their 3-pointers, take-downs, and freestyles as practices kicked off this week. Here’s what you can expect this season. The Dawgs basketball team is looking to prove to themselves that they can have anything but a losing record this year. Last season, the...

Winter Wind-Up

Senior Abbie Hedgecock drives down the court in the girl’s first scrimmage versus Gothenburg. “We have a really good chemistry. We can play with each other, criticize each other, but also really help each other out,” she said.

Clay Stone, Managing Editor

November 30, 2018

Senior Abbie Hedgecock drives down the court in the girl’s first scrimmage versus Gothenburg. “We have a really good chemistry. We can play with each other, criticize each other, but also really help each other out,” she said. Photo by Dylan Nesslein Fall has passed over, the leaves are gone...

Recognized Nationwide

Anam Vaziri, Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2018

Last month, journalism adviser Lori Larson was awarded with the Journalism Education Association Rising Star Award, an award that recognizes their commitment to both scholastic journalism and advising. Larson was among nine other advisers across the country receiving this award. “It was really cool...

Out this higher education

Out this higher education

Thomas Hoatson, Layout Editor

May 11, 2018

From August 13, 2015 to May 13, 2018, it's been 1004 days since I started high school. From running around all of Cody Park and feeling like I was going to throw up on the first day of tennis practice to being told I couldn’t be signed out of high school if I was wearing a shirt that raised money for t...

Inclusive setting at NPHS

Student grabs a new basketball and prepares to shoot a basket.

Haley McKain, Co-Editor in Chief

December 15, 2017

The North Platte Public School District has already moved into a total inclusive setting at all schools, except for NPHS. Several weeks ago, though, the high school began taking their first steps towards the district’s goal, and students with more significant disabilities started participating in a regu...

NP swims away with first

Senior Zane Leibhart will leave his permanent mark after breaking the school record in the 100-yard breaststroke at the McCook Swim and Dive Invitational on Dec. 8.

Beckett Allen, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017

Senior swimmer Zane Leibhart broke the NPHS 100 yard breaststroke record at only the second swim meet for North Platte High School, with an exceptional time of 1:04.23 at the McCook Invitational on Dec. 8. Leibhart got first in that event and in addition, got first in the 200 yard individual medle...

The Winning Jamboree

Senior Katy Hanson signaling to her teammate to where the ball should land.

Princess Saguban, News Editor

August 29, 2017

Last night, North Platte High hosted the Nebraska hall of Fame Jamboree volleyball game game. The lady bulldogs went 3-2 with the Gothenburg Swedes. The players cut their loses close with a score of 25-27 in the first two sets. However, they ended the final three sets with the winning scores of 25...

Dive into the action

Senior Quentone Larson. practicing his dives for an upcoming competition.

Princess Saguban, News Editor

December 2, 2016

Swim and dive season has just begun. Divers are elegantly gliding through the air and swimmers tearing up the water. A new season brings its challenges as usual, but this year a bigger change will take place. With changes comes challenges. This year, the swimmers are only getting three swimming lanes...

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