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Equestrian State

Equestrian State

Christina Kuykendall

May 9, 2013


Filed under Athletics, Equestrian

The AHS equestrian team has qualified for state three consecutive years, and will be going for the second time in a row this year under the coach of three years, Rich Walsh. They will be traveling to Redmond, just north of Bend from the Monday May 13, to Sunday the 19. The team had a total of eight r...

Steve Mitzel is Proud of his Swimmers

Steve Mitzel is Proud of his Swimmers

Kyra Mcfadden

February 26, 2013


Filed under Athletics, Swimming

Q: Who are your key players? A: It’s hard to [name] key players, swim is a lot like track; it’s comprised of a whole series of individual events and each one of those individual events generates points towards the team’s score. On varsity we have Miles Furuichi, who is our breaststroker and Gus Simms, w...

AHS Nordic Skiing

AHS Nordic Skiing

Clara Honsinger

February 13, 2013


Filed under Athletics, Feature, Nordic Ski, Student Life, Winter

Nordic skiing is the quintessence of fun. When the average citizen is asked if they participate in nordic skiing, the common response is: “Nordic? Is that like downhill skiing?” This obviously represents that a great majority of society has not experienced the strenuous joy of nordic skiing. It...

Why Students Shouldn’t Play Sports

Why Students Shouldn’t Play Sports

Regina McGough

February 12, 2013


Filed under Athletics, Opinion, Students Speak

Sports should not be a part of a teenagers' high school career; their brains are still developing and there is a higher risk for permanent damage. Dr. Robert Cantu the chairman of the Department of Surgery at Emerson Hospital states that multiple blows to the head can cause chronic traumatic encephalopa...

Billy Hansen: Where is He Now?

Billy Hansen: Where is He Now?

Christina Kuykendall

February 4, 2013


Filed under Basketball, News, School, Uncategorized

Billy Hansen is an Ashland High School graduate of 2012 and finished out his last high school year with a bang. 6'2'' Hansen finished his senior year of basketball with a total of 435 points scored and an average of 22.9 points per game, with a free throw percentage of 77. Along with playing four...

Is Bowling a Sport?

Is Bowling a Sport?

Shay Astor

January 14, 2013


Filed under Athletics

Bowling has a long history according to a British anthropologist, Sir Flinders Petrie. In the 1930’s he discovered a collection of objects in a child's grave in Egypt that appeared to him to be used for a crude form of bowling. If he was correct, bowling has been around since 3200 BC(1). So there is no doub...

Alpine Ski team

Alpine Ski team

Hills

January 14, 2013


Filed under Alpine ski, Athletics, Winter

Alpine Ski Team Results of every Racer 1/4/2013 and 1/5/2013 Boys - GS INDIVIDUAL RESULTS - Winter Event 1 - Fri /01/04/13 at Mt. Ashland Place BIB NAME CLUB RUN 1 RUN 2 TOTAL time DIFF. (from the top racer) 1 129 Austin Morgan South Medford   00:41.00   00:40.00   ...

AHS Girls Cross Country: Impossible to win

AHS Girls Cross Country: Impossible to win

Clara Honsinger

January 14, 2013


Filed under Cross Country, Fall, Featured, Students Speak

Cross-country running is a grueling sport. Team members are challenged twice weekly to strenuous workouts that include 10 sets of minute long hill sprints up the loop road, 30 minute high tempo runs along the ditch, or multiple sets of intervals ranging from 200 meters to 3,000 meters at North Mounta...

Hoku Eggertsen: The Man With The Plan

Hoku Eggertsen: The Man With The Plan

Nathan Markovich

November 30, 2012


Filed under Athletics, Fall, Featured, Home, Uncategorized, Water Polo

Born in Hawaii, Hoku Eggertsen has always been a committed water enthusiast. He grew up spending a lot of his childhood around or in the water. “Water is definitely on my top ten list for life” said Hoku. But when he began entering the pool for a reason, his whole mind-set took a more serious app...

Senior Projects: Isobel Whitcomb Willow Wind Running Club

Senior Projects: Isobel Whitcomb Willow Wind Running Club

Clara Honsinger

October 29, 2012


Filed under Cross Country, Extra Curricular, Feature, Uncategorized

Taylor kicks it around the turn. On a sunny October afternoon at 2:45, a group of four or so students meet in the shade of a Willow tree at Willow Wind School. Leading the group is Isobel Whitcomb, a senior at AHS, varsity member of the cross country team, and former student of Willow Wind. The run is...

The Cross Country Experience: 2012

Riley Richmond

October 24, 2012


Filed under Cross Country, Fall

The Cross Country Experience: 2012 This Cross Country year was one that can be compared to few if any past years. Our team faced new and formidable challenges yet still achieved significant goals in the face of such opposition. Anything ranging from a new coach, to increased rates of injury, to a cha...

Ashland Faces the World Series

Ashland Faces the World Series

Alexander Sukles

October 24, 2012


Filed under Athletics, News, Student Life

Life long friends, Jamie Flynn and Austin Chandler face off for the World Series.

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