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Sportsball horses around

Sportsball horses around

Jack Ewig and Max Fredricksmeyer

May 16, 2020

To close out this season of Sportsball, Jack and max play a game of virtual H.O.R.S.E.

Saying goodbye to Sportsball

Saying goodbye to Sportsball

Brandon Nimmons, Staff Member

May 13, 2020

Brandon Nimmons offers some parting advice as he says goodbye to Sportsball.

Keeping your core in quarantine

Ella Kohuth, Staff Member

May 9, 2020

During this uncertain time, many of us are having trouble getting into routine and feeling normal. Exercise is one of the best ways to reduce stress,  help improve your mood, and even improve your focus while you are studying. This workout is something that you can do at home by yourself or with ...

The lost season

The lost season

Logan Lair, Staff Member

May 6, 2020

The fields and the courts are still silent. Athletes are still cooped up in their homes. Colorado high school sports has had to deal with something that hasn't been seen for a 100 years.  Due to the fast spreading novel coronavirus, the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) had...

Social Distancing Sportsball

Social Distancing Sportsball

Brandon Nimmons, Staff Member

April 16, 2020

You think a Stay at Home order can slow down Monarch's self-proclaimed "Athlete of the Year" Brandon Nimmons? Think again.

Diving head first into life

Diving head first into life

Jacqueline Campbell, Staff Member

March 7, 2020

Violet Clyker ‘23 has a busy schedule. Participating in various activities such as spinning in Color Guard and Band, swimming frequently for Monarch, being fluent in music theory while playing the cello, picking up volleyball, and even more outside of school, when it comes to time management, Clyker...

Stewart makes splash in two sports

Stewart makes splash in two sports

Logan Lair, Staff Member

February 7, 2020

Trey Stewart ‘20 is one of the most influential sports stars in recent years at Monarch. His contributions on the court, as well as on the field are immeasurable.  “I’m fortunate enough to be surrounded by great athletes in both sports and they all push me to get better everyday,” Stewart...

The unstoppable Emily McG

The unstoppable Emily McG

Haley Breit, Lia Farrell, Ruby Cervantes, and Minh Anh Le

December 14, 2019

Growing up, people have many opportunities to pursue the sport they love. It’s not that simple for Emily McGarry ‘20.  McGarry was born with a disability in her legs with an unknown cause, meaning she spends much of her time in a wheelchair. Going into seventh grade, McGarry tentatively...

Legacie of spirit

Legacie of spirit

Lindsay Haight, Team Editor - The Pack

December 4, 2019

For many people, school spirit is shown by how much Monarch gear you have. For others, it’s in the spirit wear that is passed down. Monarch has five pieces of spirit wear passed down year after year to wear at football games: the tutus, the poncho, the bucket boy suit, the beekeeper suit, and the har...

Kicking off a new year

Kicking off a new year

Evie Cuffaro, Madison Sain, and Maria Ruscitto

November 15, 2019

Monarch High School has never had a female football player. This year, that changed.  Athena Angel ‘20 became a kicker for the team. “I play soccer, and I wanted to try something new. Being a kicker for the football team has always been in the back of my mind,” she said. “I talked...

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