Powderpuff Stuff

By Mallori Powell One major event during the homecoming week at Fruita Monument High School is Powderpuff football. The guys hang up their jerseys and helmets and the girls get their chance at the sport. Each class assembles their own team, and then they play flag football. On October 14th, each team put on their … Continue reading

Athlete of the Month

By Nic Clifford Kyle Fineran was chosen as athlete of the month because he’s a worthy example of a multi-sport athlete while keeping good grades. Kyle is seen as a great friend to everyone and an exceptional player on the football field. Name: Kyle Fineran Age: 18 years old (Senior) Sports: Football and Track GPA: … Continue reading

Exercise for Everyone

By Austin Miracle It’s essential for everyone to stay healthy. This is common knowledge to most but what are Fruita Monument students doing to stay in shape? 12th grader player Kyle Fineran said, “I like to play football and lift weights.” 12th grader and soccer player Jackie Sandoval stays hydrated by drinking water. She recommends … Continue reading

No Playing “for Keepsies” Anymore

By Rachel Meleski What comes to mind when you think of a sport? Football, basketball, and baseball are all pretty typical answers. It’s unlikely that anyone would think of marbles as a competitive activity, let alone being classified as a sport. So what is marbles exactly? To sum it up quickly, a ring of ten … Continue reading

The Facts on Funding

By Nic Clifford When it comes to the funding of sports at Fruita Monument High School many people have different views on what happens. Some students think the funding is not distributed fairly. I set out to see if they were right. I asked students how they felt about the athletic funding. Ali Schmalz a … Continue reading

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