Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rivalry renewed: Webster vs. Berryhill

By Antonio Dean and Dazmine Manns

Staff Writers

On Sept. 17, Webster played Berryhill in a rivalry game. In the first quarter Berryhill scored, giving Berryhill seven points and Webster zero. With two minutes and seven seconds left in the first quarter Berryhill made another touchdown, leaving the score between Berryhill and Webster 13 to zero.

In the second quarter the game started to heat up between Berryhill and Webster. Continue reading

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Halo Reach: Last Game

By Johnny Jamison and Raymond Orozco
Staff Writers

Halo just released its newest edition of the Halo games on Sept. 14. This is the last Halo game that developer Bungie will make. Microsoft’s contract with Bungie is now up.

Mark Pigman, a 16-year-old Webster sophomore, got the Limited Edition Sept. 14 at midnight. He said that he has already beat the game and that it’s a great addition to the Halo franchise. Pigman said, “They had made multiplayer much more fun and the graphics crisper.”

Pigman said he doesn’t like that there are not enough levels in the game and if he could change one thing he would “make all the playlist have several players per team.” He gave the game 9.5 out of 10 stars.

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Scottish Games Held at River West Park


People play the bagpipe at the Scottish Games.

By Tara Potts
Staff Writer

The 31st annual Scottish Games were this past weekend. The games consisted of men in kilts throwing a caber, which is basically a telephone pole, and Scottish music.

John Ballew, pipeline inspector at Holly Industrial, attended the games. He said that he married into the Stewart Clan and that the weather was hotter than last year. He also said it was exciting when he arrived because the set up was a lot better since he started attending the games five years ago. Ballew said that there were a lot of friendly people there and that there were a lot of kilts. “I like kilts,” he said, adding that he will be back next year as well.

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Varsity Volleyball Beats McClain

By Lhoedia Mack
Staff Writer

On Sept. 16, the Webster Warrior varsity volleyball team beat the McClain Titans. The first match ended 14 to 25 and the second match ended 25 to 18, with Webster winning the game. Webster went on to win the next two games as well.

“Give out first, but don’t give up,” Coach Evelyn Day said. They might have lost the first game, but they won the match because they won the next three games, she explained.

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JV Volleyball Beats McClain

By Lhoedia Mack
Staff Writer

On Sept. 16, the Webster Warrior junior varsity volleyball team swept the floor with the McClain Titans. The girls did very excellent, Coach Evelyn Day said, adding that she was very proud of her girls.

The first match ended 25 to 15 and the second match ended 25 to 14, with Webster winning both. The Warriors kept taking the lead and the Lady Titans couldn’t make a comeback.

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Webster Volleyball Beats Central

By TJ Cook
Staff Writer

On Tuesday, September 21 the Webster Lady Warriors hosted the Central Lady Braves in a volleyball game at the Bill Allen Field House. The Lady Warriors dominated the best of five series winning in three games.

Summer Oglesby tipped the final point of the first game for Webster making the final score 25-8.

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Webster Band Performs at Block Party

By Brooke Nichol
Staff Writer

The Webster band performed at the Webster block party on Sept. 18. The band has been working on the song Battle Cry of the Republic. Band members said the block party was really fun.

Jackson Harrison, a freshman, went to the block party as a band member and played the trumpet. He said he has played the trumpet for four years and his biggest trouble is playing high notes. He also said, “My goals are to memorize all the songs and get better.” He added, “I enjoy playing at the football games because they’re really fun.”

Adalid Ciriaco, a freshman, went to the block party as a band member and played the flute. She said she has been playing the flute for four years and her biggest trouble in band is memorizing the music. She said that she doesn’t have any goals and that she enjoys nothing about band.

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