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Girls vs. Boys Basketball

Girls vs. Boys Basketball

Ivy Amann, Reporter
February 7, 2017
Filed under Athletics, Basketball

This year, a strange thing has happened on both the girls’ and boys’ varsity basketball teams: the girls’ team has no seniors, whereas the boys’ team has eight seniors and only three juniors. Rogue News wanted to find out how this affected the dynamics and goals of each team. Freshman varsity...

Alpine Ski and Snowboard Team 2017

Alpine Ski and Snowboard Team 2017

Ana Ferguson, Reporter
February 7, 2017
Filed under Alpine ski, Athletics, Snowboarding

While Ashland High School (AHS) transitions into its second semester, many athletically inclined students bundle up and prepare to hit the slopes of Mt. Ashland. Mt. Ashland is a hub for the students who choose to partake in various winter sports including snowboarding and Alpine or Nordic skiing. Tourists...

Indigenous People’s Day

Indigenous People’s Day

Uma McGuire and Bella Mannray
November 17, 2016
Filed under Calendar, Fall, Print, Recent, Showcase

In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. This mnemonic device, which is a well-known childhood phrase, encourages Americans to remember a man who has forever stirred the waters of American history in both positive and negative ways. Columbus Day was initially established as a national holiday by...

Atteberry Leads Inexperienced Grizzlies Into New Season

Atteberry Leads Inexperienced Grizzlies Into New Season

September 2, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Fall, Football, Showcase

Scattered across nearly every position group this year for the Ashland Grizzlies’ football team are question marks. Gone are the senior pair of linebackers who were the backbone of the defense. Gone is the running back who anchored the backfield. Gone even is the all state punter who consistently g...

A Shot Heard Around the World

Claren Shields
March 8, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Basketball, Extra Curricular, Local, News, Recent, School, Showcase, Student Life, Winter

Just one dribble, a jump, and a one handed throw puts the Ashland High-School senior, Stenley Graham, all over the news. The game between Ashland and Eagle Point was a close tie with Ashland only losing by two points. But the team who stole the show was Ashland when the high-school senior created the...

2015-2016 Snow Sports

Ellie Stanek
January 15, 2016
Filed under Alpine ski, Athletics, Extra Curricular, Nordic Ski, Recent, School, Showcase, Snowboarding, Student Life, Uncategorized, Winter

        Mt. Ashland did not get as much snow as the community desired last year.  However, Ashland High School’s snow sports were still very successful. The snowboard team competed in the State Championships at Mt. Bachelor, and won for the second year in a row. The AHS athletes accomplished...

Which Holiday Song Are You?

Which Holiday Song Are You?

Lili Smith and Zaida LaRose
December 10, 2015
Filed under Home, School, Showcase, Student Life, Winter

Keep track of your answers! What is your favorite color? 1.Blue 2.White 3.The color of Christmas lights 4.Orange 5.Gold 6.Pink 7.Green&Red What's your favorite holiday drink? 1.Champagene 2.Hot Chocolate 3.Egg Nog 4.Apple Cider 5.Peppermint Tea 6.Pumkin Spice Latte...

OptOutside

OptOutside

Zaida LaRose and Lauren Pauli
November 25, 2015
Filed under News, News, Recent, Showcase, Social, The Rogue News, Winter

This holiday season is dedicated to the appreciation of the things that matter most, and this celebration of family, friends, food, and adventure comes hand in hand with living in the moment. The perfect way to illustrate this passion for the present is by leaving the denizens of the material-world behind...

Football Takes on Bend in Round of 16

Football Takes on Bend in Round of 16

November 4, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall, Football, Showcase

After stumbling mid season, the Ashland High School football team is back on track. Losing to Crater and Springfield the Grizzlies dropped  to 5-2, and were in danger of missing the playoffs. The Grizzlies responded stronger than ever. Back-to-back blowout wins over Marist and Eagle Point secured ...

Football Season Preview

Football Season Preview

Karl Moeglein, Reporter
July 27, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall, Football, Showcase

Last season started well for the Ashland football team. With six wins and no losses, the Grizzlies felt they could be just as good as the 2013 season when they made the semifinals, but it wasn’t to be. Back to back losses to Springfield and Marist set up the Grizzlies as the 10 seed in the 16 team...

High School Sports Transportation

High School Sports Transportation

Sarah Bestor, Editor-in-Chief
May 12, 2015
Filed under Athletics, News, Showcase, Tennis

There are many misconceptions about the way different sports are treated in high school. People frequently believe that football is favored over other sports and when Rogue News heard that the Girls Tennis Team no longer had access to a bus for their away games, an immediate investigation ensued. “It is very...

Ashland Track and Field Continues Successful Season

Ashland Track and Field Continues Successful Season

Karl Moeglein, Reporter
April 20, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Showcase, Spring, Track & Field

Wyatt Thompson-Siporen continued his spectacular season, and Dominic Meads, Mel Elshalom, Chris Robinson and Ian Rinefort all placed when boy’s track and field took second place at the Crater Classic. On the girl’s side Sydney Norvell was victorious while both Hope Baldrica and Kelsey McKelvey got...

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