Mr. Greco’s Anatomy classes were taken out to the ball game on May 15. The seniors in each class went to the Erie Seawolves game (AA affiliate of the Detroit Tigers) to analyze the physiology and anatomy of the players’ bodies. The Seawolves took on the Reading Fightin’ Phils. The game the day before was [...]
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By Liam Dawson and Corey Lilly
“We came, we saw, we conquered,” said senior Seth Allen. Wednesday May 8, Saegertown’s team, Greco’s Geckos (seniors Seth Allen, Carolyn Bristow, Daniel Kozubal, and Meredith Merritt) took first place in the Crawford-Mercer County Envirothon competition. Saegertown sent three teams which competed in a field of 28 teams from [...]
In celebration of National Poetry Month, PennLake National Writing Project conducted a poetry contest for all grade level students in Pennsylvania. Six Saegertown juniors submitted entries, and Chris Courson took first place in the grade 10-12 division, winning $20 and a certificate.
Courson’s inspiration for the poem came from his [...]
8 a.m. on a Saturday morning is an odd time for high schoolers to be excited, or even awake.
Yet, on May 4, the Saegertown Cross Country team, along with many other volunteers, gathered at Woodcock Dam for the Ninth Annual Out-Run Cancer run. Prior to the event, the participants went around the community getting [...]
As the #manhunt came to a close, the United States sat together in anticipation. When CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, all reported the final suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was in custody, it was already old news (to tweeters that is). Throughout the whole four-day manhunt, Twitter was the main hub for breaking [...]
So you think you can dance? How about with two blades on your feet, gliding on a glassy surface? For sophomores Erin Sherry and Rachel Smith, their form of art includes just that. On March 24, during the Meadville Figure Skating Club’s 36th Annual Spring Ice Show Extravaganza at Meadville Area Recreation Complex, these two [...]
The day began with excitement and high expectations. On Saturday, March 23, the Robobots students traveled to Meadville High School for a day of metal on metal clashes, and they were looking to show what their creations could do. Luck seemed to have other plans. In Saegertown’s first appearance, the match was settled from the [...]
In honor of Student Art Month, the Meadville Council on the Arts is holding a student show at the Heeschen Gallery at the Market House in Meadville. The opening reception was Friday, March 8, and the work will be on display until April 6. Congratulations to the following Saegertown students who were selected to have [...]
We have a winner! Junior Kamron Thornton gets breakfast every morning at school, and on February 22, he became the first winner of an Android tablet in a contest sponsored by Nutrition, Inc.
”I was really shocked that I had won. I was not sure what to say when they called my [...]