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Stay hungry, stay humble

Stay hungry, stay humble

Taylor Turgeon, Staff Writer
May 25
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Sports Showcase

“Anton Stralman tries to keep this play alive, but look at the support from Brian Dumoulin, who wins the footrace on Brian Boyle. Second chance opportunity, and the Penguins lead one to nothing.” At 6’4” and 207 lbs, 24-year-old defenseman and Biddeford-native Brian Dumoulin holds the blue line f...

The secret life of the MLTI guy

The secret life of the MLTI guy

Jacob Bilsky, Staff Writer
May 23
Filed under Features, Showcase

Laptops and chargers and iPads, oh my! As a modern school department, Biddeford relies on technology to help its students write papers, present slideshows and stay updated on grades and events. In order to manage all of this technology, BHS and BMS rely on Alan Owen, MLTI Tech Lead for the Biddeford Sc...

An “app”-arent problem at BHS

An “app”-arent problem at BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
May 13
Filed under Features, Showcase

Getting to the end of a life line contains its risks. Trying to survive, running over any obstacles and fighting the angry monster that comes in your way leads to the final death. However, if you spend two dollars, your life line will fill up once more and you’ll recieve another opportunity to live. Whether...

Long live the Prince

Long live the Prince

Megan Friel, Editor in Chief
May 13
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

Many loved him, some adored him, and most respected him - but everyone knew him. Prince Rogers Nelson, the beloved musician and artist of the late 70’s and 80’s, died Thursday, April 21, 2016 due to unknown causes. Prince was found unresponsive at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota. For the past...

Passion helps in the long run

Passion helps in the long run

Alex Keely, Staff Writer
May 13
Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports

Finding a passion is hard for anyone, especially for high school students. When it comes to running, junior Jordan Cook found his passion at a young age. He discovered his love for running in sixth grade, and began competing in cross country in the eighth grade. “I started competing in cross country be...

G-Week brings a refreshing change

G-Week brings a refreshing change

Colby Perron, Staff Writer
May 9
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Hundreds of BHS students swarmed into the Little Theater, adorned in gear for each of their sports. Taking their seats, the students prepared to be showered in free goodies, celebrating a new event known as G Week. G-Week is an event put on by Gatorade where specific schools are selected to have...

From Biddeford to the Big Apple

From Biddeford to the Big Apple

Taylor Turgeon, Staff Writer
May 9
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

On the corner of Seventh Avenue and West 57th Street, there sits a 125-year old auditorium that has housed some of the biggest names in music, such as the Beatles, the Boston Symphony, Bruce Springsteen, and now, the Biddeford Singers. After two years of planning, the Maine Festival Chorus, comprise...

Hats off to BHS

Hats off to BHS

Patrick Pearl, Staff Writer
May 5
Filed under Features, Showcase

Due to a recent school board vote, students can now wear hats in the hallways and during classes, as opposed to previous rule which prohibited students wearing hats in the school building. Like many decisions on policy, there are people for and against the outcome of the vote. But the general feeling...

A day at the fair

A day at the fair

Megan Friel, Editor in Chief
April 29
Filed under News, Showcase

The University of New England’s Brain Fair brought students and community members together in an effort to learn more about our most powerful tool - the brain. Two weeks ago on Friday, April 8th, students and community members from Biddeford, Dayton, Old Orchard Beach, and Westbrook visited the Unive...

Students putting their best foot forward in half marathons

Students putting their best foot forward in half marathons

Lauren Paquet, Staff Writer
April 25
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Track athletes at Biddeford High School run countless miles throughout their season, but a select few participate in races outside of track meets, and take on a half-marathon. According to junior track athlete Lelani Melton, a half marathon takes more than just training. It takes motivation and endless...

Senior athletes say farewell

Senior athletes say farewell

Jacob Bilsky, Staff Writer
April 13
Filed under Showcase, Sports

As their time at Biddeford High School dwindles and academics seem to matter less, the senior athletes feel new pressure entering their final athletic season. The class of 2016 now leaps into the spring sports season, trying to finish strong and enjoy their remaining playtime. Senior lacrosse and...

The journey to Eagle

The journey to Eagle

Taylor Turgeon, Staff Writer
April 13
Filed under News, Showcase

Scouting isn’t just a walk in the park... or a camp-out in the woods. The Boy Scouts of America prides itself in citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness through many different activities and the goal for every Scout is the same: acheive Eagle status. Since it was first awa...

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