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Driving in the paint, junior Kayden Fish maneuvers around the defender in the courtwarming game Feb. 4 against Lee’s Summit High School. The courtwarming game drew large crowds, nearly doubling the size of the student section. “It was easily the biggest crowd I’ve seen in my three years here, Fish said. It just felt good people wanted to come watch the game.
Title In Sight: The Hunt For State Part 2

The second part of “The Hunt for State” series covers the Staley Falcons in the divisional round of Missouri Class 6 State playoffs. Staley faces adversity in finding...

March Mammal Madness Begins
March Mammal Madness Begins

March Mammal Madness has begun. Have you filled out your bracket yet? STTV's Kameryn and Sophia have more.

Custodians Role Extends Beyond Cleaning
Custodians' Role Extends Beyond Cleaning
Zayne Reynolds, Reporter

     School custodians have long been the force behind cleanliness in schools. Performing the hard tasks time and time again, they keep the building ready for...

Measuring a part with robotics coach Aaron Dalton, sophomore Luke Freyermuth observes the measurements. Freyermuth said that while creating a robot is a positive experience overall, it does require a time commitment. “It’s rewarding to complete a robot,” Freyermuth said. “It’s also a lot of work. You have to design it, build it, overcome any design challenges you might encounter.”
Millennium Falcons Work To Build Robot
Elyse Bredfeldt, Writer, Copy Editor

During the quarterfinal game March 5, seniors Alex Gonzalez, Drew Atkins and Jackson Scott cheer for the basketball team as Scott and Atkins hold up a Fathead of senior Brogan Donaldson. The Fatheads were designed by student section leader Tommy Martin’s mom. “She knows them, and she’s always kind of known them, so she created those signs as a joke,” Scott said.
Coach Neff Appreciates 'Sixth Man'
Elyse Bredfeldt, Copy Editor, Reporter

After the boys basketball team made it to the final four, the Flock members traveled to Springfield, Mo., to support the team and encourage the players during the Show-Me...

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West 39th Street
Midtown Strip Holds Entertaining Attractions
Charlie Warner, Editor-In-Chief, Columnist

West 39th Street in Midtown Kansas City is a street that offers many different restaurants and businesses. The street has become popular for the many unique restaurants,...

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Top Photographer: Portrait Edition
Top Photographer: Portrait Edition
May 1, 2022

Journalism 1 classes finished up their portrait photography unit, and they were challenged to get the best fashion or sports portrait. Here's what they came up with. You...

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Thats Just How The Cookie Crumbls
That's Just How The Cookie Crumbls
Brooke Holliday, Reporter

Crumbl Cookies 8418 N. Church Road, Kansas City, MO 64157   Crumbl Cookies have recently become the new trend and food craze, and...

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