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Band Concert

Directing band

Jaime Casas, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017

With the band directors arms going up to start the band also came silence, the crowd waited for the band to begin playing. They knew that the students had been preparing for this event to show the audience what they can do. “The Wind Ensemble as a whole has prepared quite a bit so we should be al...

Love-filled Holiday has a not-so-lovely Origin

Love-filled Holiday has a not-so-lovely Origin

Alexis Williams, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

As thoughts for the next February 14 surface, everyone waits in anticipation to see if they have a secret admirer, to bring them roses or a stuffed bear from that special someone. While present day traditions involve gift exchanges from partners and friends, the origins of this love filled holiday we...

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Mr. Miller's classroom in the upper 500 building

March 23, 2017

Elevate For Tomorrow Conference

Guest speaker, Kevin Scott, giving informational speech to group of High School Students.

Velvet Wahl, Editor

March 23, 2017

High schools from around the around the county attended Elevate for Tomorrow, a conference directed towards high school juniors to learn about life outside of high school and opportunities in the future. Majority of juniors from Combs went to attend the convention at Queen Creek High School. The confe...

Coach Hart’s Retirement

Miguel Salas, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017

After four seasons of head coaching and three more serving as a defensive specialist, Combs High School will goodbye to Coach Jesse Hart. Hart announced his resignation to his former players during a meeting at lunch. He plans on returning to his football roots. “I was given a great opportunity to go ba...

Historical soccer season comes to an end for Lady Coyotes

Midfielder Makenzie Cloud (#15) attempts to take possession of the ball from Liz McDonough (#2).

Velvet Wahl, Editor

February 8, 2017

After bus ride that lasted nearly three hours, reading good-luck notes from elementary schoolers and a quick stop at Chili's for lunch, the girls varsity soccer team went head-to-head against the top-ranked Flagstaff Eagles in the first round of the state playoffs. The game was hard in the high al...

Nintendo “Switching” Up Gaming with it’s New Portable Console

Nintendo releases new console called the Switch.

Caleb Scott, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017

First announced in March of 2015, the Nintendo NX, now renamed the Switch, is the newest console produced by Nintendo and said to be released on March 3, 2017. This new console, also like the 3Ds, is portable, and includes a docking station that switches it from the screen to the TV. The new consol...

SPLIT Review

Rachael Loughry, Online Editor

February 1, 2017

The movie “SPLIT” came out on Jan. 20., directed by M. Night Shyamalan.  So far, the movie has made $77 million.  It had made over $40 million on its opening weekend.   “SPLIT” is about a man, Kevin Crumb, who has 23 different personalities, and ends up kidnapping three teenage girls. ...

Difficult Boys Soccer season drawing to a close

Combs Middle Fielder Doug Geng kicking the ball away from Coronado forward Irving Cazares, a strong 
effort in a losing game.

Alexis Williams, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017

The boys varsity soccer game against Cortez on Tuesday ended with a score of 10- 1. While the boys have been playing and practicing hard all season, their overall record doesn't reflect it. As the season comes to an end, the 12 games they have played all have the same result, the Coyotes are on the losing end and...

3 Years Later

Mr. Miller's classroom in the upper 500 building

Rachael Loughry, Online Editor

September 26, 2016

Many students have assumed why the 500 building was re-opened this school year. However, not a lot of them know the real reason why.   There has been a lot of speculation over why the 500 building was reopened this school year, considering it has been closed for 3 years.  Many assumed it was re...

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