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Quarterback Tanner Hale watches defense on the field with Junior receiver Hunter Clare.

Hale Overcomes Injury To Lead The Pack To Victory

November 15, 2021

Varsity quarterback Tanner Hale injured his knee late into the fourth quarter of a 46-28 loss to the Apache Junction Prospectors on October 29.  “Coach called a pass play, and I rolled to my right...

First Year Teachers Take Control Of Covid

Hope Moore, Assignment Editor May 21, 2021

When the first day of school arrived it all looked a little different. Instead of racing to class after hearing the school bells ring, students and teachers opened their laptop to the same familiar page...

Patricia Goolsby poses with the Combs Coyote located outside the principals office.

Welcoming a New Coyote to the High School Pack

Christian Tillard, Photo Editor May 6, 2021

Maybe you’ve seen her out on the courtyard during passing periods, while you’re at lunch, or in the classroom trying to learn about the school. Meet Dr. Patricia Goolsby, a dancer, a teacher, a mother,...

Didn’t Expect to be Here

Mia Scott and Paetyn Kuntz May 6, 2021

Not knowing what he wanted to be in his life, Dalton Vigness, tries doing something he never pictured himself being a teacher in his life.  Vigness went into teaching expecting nothing less and nothing...

Belshe Retirement Story: The End of an Era

Hope Moore, Assignment Editor May 6, 2021

As the school year comes to an end, so does Susan Belshe’s last year of teaching. After an exciting 45 years of teaching it’s time for a drastic change. Belshe has taught for 45 years starting at...

The Other Side: The Struggles of Virtual Teaching

Naina Parshotam, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

After adjusting the angle of the camera one final time, Andrea Dales stood behind her desk positioned in the view of both virtual and in-person students. Today was a Multiple Choice Monday— students...

Sharing the Same Lifestyle

Madison Lamb, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

It is not very often that a child and their parent decide to work together. Usually children want to do whatever they can to get away from their parents after they move out and become independent adults....


Pandemic/Offseason Injury Won’t Slow Senior Jensen

Jasmine Giomi, Director of Staff Relations October 25, 2020

Before you work out or play sports you are supposed to stretch, senior running back Joey Jensen had not stretched prior to a workout a day in his life. Jensen was warming up to run drills with his dad...

From Tragedy to Triumph

From Tragedy to Triumph

Hope Moore, Managing Editor March 6, 2020

   The sun beamed brightly causing the sweat that dripped from her brow to glisten as she took extra batting practice. Every day the cages called out for reps, and every day she came running. Each extra...

Two Wheels are Just as Good as Four

Two Wheels are Just as Good as Four

Madison Lamb, Editor-in-Chief March 6, 2020

   Riding around the United States and Western Europe, Syndicate bike club is supported and well known all around the world. Joining Syndicate is like joining a new family to the members, and no matter...

Mesa’s Adventures Through Cancer

Audrey Buell, Staff Writer March 6, 2020

Mesa Orth was an ordinary girl who enjoyed art. She was a big part of the art program at Combs High School. She led a fairly normal childhood until her life would change forever on Dec. 12, 2018. She...

Family Connections on Campus

Family Connections on Campus

Darian Vigneux, Staff Writer March 6, 2020

   Most students come to high school to discover who they are for themselves outside of what they’ve always known. However for some students their family follows them to school everyday.    The...

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