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Big Horn of the Week

Jacob is an impressive and amazing freshman at Lone Peak High School. He has shown maturity seldom seen in students of his age. This is evident through his kind and thoughtful actions towards his fellow classmates and LPHS staff. Jacob’s positive spirit and humbling ways have not gone unnoticed.

Pre-season upset

It was a double-overtime disappointment for the Lone Peak High boys’ varsity team on Dec. 8, coming up short to Roberts with a final score of 66 to 71. “It was a heartbreaker,” said head coach Brian Van Eps of the loss. “They were a good team, a lot bigger than us, and better than we expected.”

Big Horn of the Week

Lone Peak High School senior Myles Wilson has brought a new leadership to the Lone Peak Newscast. His dedication, attention to detail and hard work has been evident in the latest Newscasts. Myles has been instrumental in keeping all members of the cast focused on the importance of the overall quality.

Libby Flach, Tristen Clack and Ace Beattie combine compost buckets filled with apple cores destined for their compost bins.

One student’s trash...

Gathering buckets of half-eaten apple cores might not seem like a savory task for some, but for the students in Kate Eisele’s freshman science class, it was a duty they took on without complaint on a sunny Wednesday afternoon.

It’s never too early to think about Christmas! The Lone Peak Interact Club met during lunch on Oct. 16 to begin the annual Rotary Club Giving Tree project, which brings presents to local kids.

Service learning super stars

Community service projects are always on the minds of the 30 or so members of the Lone Peak Interact Club, a service-focused group for high schoolers sponsored by Big Sky’s Rotary Club. So last month when they saw the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, they wanted to do something to help those affected.

Emma Flach rises to return the ball against Sheridan.

Time to get rowdy

During preseason conditioning in August, the Lone Peak High School volleyball team was whipped into shape with help from Kyle Wisniewski.

     “He’s just a madman triathlete dude,” said Head Coach Missy Botha, running through the different ways her team looks for a winning edge. On top of conditioning, there’s passing. 

John Hannahs.

Pack the bleachers!

John Hannahs was playing pickup basketball a couple months back when he felt  a  jolt of pain shoot through his leg. He’d ruptured his Achilles tendon, an injury that took him off the court but did not              sideline his enthusiasm for community athletics.

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