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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Sophomore forward Sta Omar runs after a PHHS Chick in an effort to win the ball. Omar, a two-year varsity member, said she can feel the changing dynamics on her team. I think our team has a ways to go to become the team we want to be, Omar said. But I am confident, as we have shown a drive that will make us dangerous in the future.

Girls’ soccer hopeful after Pleasant Hill loss

Allie Pigg April 18, 2019
In a finale to a week full of soccer, the Bruins lost (0-6).
Light: Allie

Light: Allie

Allie Pigg April 17, 2019

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that, Dr. Martin Luther King said. Although the quote can serve as a metaphor for a range of life’s struggles, for this photo, take it literally....

Photos by Allie Pigg, Camryn DeVore, Sophie Eaton, Bailey Stover. Illustrated by Sarah Kuhlmann.

Social media increase accountability, responsibility

Katie Whaley March 26, 2019
In the age of the internet, instances of inappropriate behaviors hindering reputations are almost instantaneous and can have serious consequences.
Photos by Allie Pigg, Camryn DeVore, Sophie Eaton, Bailey Stover. Illustrated by Sarah Kuhlmann.

The good, the bad and the ugly

Bailey Stover March 26, 2019
Although today’s adolescents grew up in the age of the internet, the era of social media is more recent than teenagers may realize. Social media cannot exist without widespread online communication, making the platform a late-20th and early-21st century phenomenon.
Reflection: Allie Pigg

Reflection: Allie Pigg

Allie Pigg March 15, 2019

Reflection can mean a lot of things. It can refer to remembering one’s past, checking the rear view mirrors of a car or the image people see while they brush their teeth every morning. Reflection can...

Senior forward Grace Davis creates space between the ball and an HHS midfielder at the jamboree. The jamboree is important for the team because its the first time well all get to really play together and get an idea of what our team is going to look like this year, Davis said. Hopefully we also use it as an opportunity to come out and show the other teams the kind of competition were gonna be this season.

Girls’ soccer kicks off season at jamboree

Allie Pigg March 8, 2019

The girls’ soccer team opened their season at the jamboree Friday, March 8. The Bruins joined Battle High School (BHS) and Hickman High School (HHS) at BHS to play their first competitive minutes as...

Photo by Allie Pigg

Global Village enlightens cross-cultural understanding

Multiple Authors February 23, 2019
Friday, Feb. 22, students brought the world to the halls of RBHS in the annual Global Village event.
English teacher Greg Irwin stayed comfortable in his sweats with a blanket wrapped around him. He said he dressed up as a snuggly 37-year-old father of four. Photo by Allie Pigg

A snapshot of Courtwarming ‘Snow Day’

Allie Pigg February 13, 2019

Today, Wednesday, Feb. 13, was the third day of Courtwarming. Students and teachers represented the day's theme, 'Snow Day,' in bundling up for a day on the slopes or coming cozy in pajamas. Tomorrow's...

A group of 24 close friends gathers around a table to share lunch on Friday, Nov. 16. This tradition is known as Friendsgiving. Photo by Allie Pigg.

Family values of Thanksgiving

Jordyn Thompson November 28, 2018

ast year the average American spent about $165.14 on food and other items on Thanksgiving, according to a survey by Although most average Americans spend a large amount of money to celebrate...

The 2018 Homecoming Court waits for the halftime announcement Oct. 12. Senior Moy Zhong was crowned queen. Photo by Maya Bell.

A night of celebration: Last football home game

Maya Bell October 14, 2018
The night ended in a victory over Helias Catholic High School with a final score of [52-28].
Dog lover Cheryl Spencer snuggles up with her dogs, Whiskey (left) and Brandy (right) on her back porch. After becoming a widow in 2015, Spencer found hope and comfort in her dogs as the three grieved their loss together. Photo by Allie Pigg.

Friends on four legs

Allie Pigg October 14, 2018
A grieving widow turned to her four legged friends for love and comfort.
Senior Hunter Manes rocked his homemade spider leg add-on. Manes said he made the costume with his dad. Photo by Allie Pigg.

A snapshot of horror day

Allie Pigg October 10, 2018
On the third day of Homecoming Week, RBHS students and staff participated in the horror theme. Costumes ranged from the horror film "It" to sophisticated characters from the show "American Horror Story."
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