Boothroyd Dives to New Records

Photo Submitted by Elyse Boothroyd  Breaking the water with her dives, Coginchaug sophomore Elyse Boothroyd dominated the pool by setting a new record, beating out her own CRHS record on Jan. 24 against...

Seniors Take on One Last Show

On Apr. 4-7 at Coginchaug Regional High School, seniors will be participating in their last high school show, “Beauty and the Beast.” Kimlyn Vo is experienced being part of a show and as a pit...

12 Things to do Before Senior Year Ends

Senior year is now near its end. In a few weeks, we will be walking across a stage, and it seems a little strange to say goodbye to everyone we grew up with. Before saying goodbye to Coginchaug forever, here...

Coginchaug v. Valley Regional (5/21/15)

On their Senior Night, the Blue Devils defeated Valley 5-4. The game went into extra innings and was won in the 9th by Senior Zach Terrill's RBI single that brought freshman pinch runner Danny Turseck home....

Ms. Bowman Teacher Feature

Most people know Ms. Bowman as the Coginchaug foods teacher, but not too many people know much about her outside the kitchen. She is a graduate of Marywood University in Scranton. She said that her most...

Credibility in the Balance: Brian Williams

Brian Williams, head anchor for NBC Nightly News, is under rapid fire allegations after revealing new facts about a story that he had claimed to be true. Williams had led people to believe that while doing a...

Most Anticipated Movies of 2015

After the Marvel action flick, Guardians of Galaxy, that hit the No. 1 spot four weekends following its release, and the first part of the third release in The Hunger Games trilogy that dominated the box...

Indoor Track Shatters Records

Last Saturday, Jan. 10, five indoor track members competed in The Hispanic Games in New York City. Senior Bailey Thayer, juniors Samantha Drop and Jessica Drop, and sophomore Allie Alsup participated in the...

Keep Calm and Nina Strong

Over the past few months, the phrase “Keep Calm and Nina Strong” has spread over the Internet and social media sites, referring to the battle against cancer one Seymour teen faced for just over a...

Bright Lights in the Big City

Ever since freshman year, I have been excited to go on the senior trip to DC. Washington, DC is one place that my family and I have always wanted to visit but have yet to explore. When the trip was introduced...

DC From the Editor’s POV

As a senior, I attended the annual DC trip along with half of my class. We departed for the class trip on Nov. 19 and returned Nov. 22. The first official stop of the trip, not including any rest stops, was...

Coginchaug Royalty?

New this year to the annual CRHS Homecoming Dance was the introduction of a Homecoming Court. Each grade nominated whomever they wanted and then voted for three girls and three guys. Two seniors were...

The Many Cows of the Fair

Tequila Twilight of Deerfield Farm in Durham, and I took a #cowselfie. Bourbon of Deerfield Farm took home 1st in the 4-year old category. “We got Supreme Champion with Bourbon as well, which means...

Fall Sports Update

Girls Cross- Country This season, the girls cross-country team has their standards set high with much desire to win the Shoreline Tournament and place at least fifth in States. They have a good mix of...

Females and Football?

Across the nation, football is categorized as a man’s sport. With gruesome tackles, exhausting runs, and plenty of physical contact, many believe that the fragility of a woman’s body wasn’t built for...

Big Blue Skies Ahead

As soon as the clock read 1:00 pm September 13, crowds of fans, parents, students, and band members were lined up on the bleachers at the stadium of Coginchaug to welcome back the “boys in blue” who were...

Feminism

Most girls today are at least a little bit feminist. They hold the belief that a woman can make choices regarding career paths, marriage, and children without the societal expectation that she undisputedly...

#AskMattei

What was your most embarrassing high school experience? I don’t remember or know that there was anything particularly embarrassing... I was pretty even-keeled. I had my close group of friends, but I...

Teacher Feature: Mr. Maher

What did you do before you came to CRHS? Before I was at CRHS, I was a young artist living in NYC with a degree in theater. Basically, I worked part time jobs here and there to support an acting...

10 Tips for Freshmen

Just a bit of advice on how to survive here at CRHS. Be positive in the morning unless you want Ms. Mattei to nail your bunzi to the wall! Treat the hallway like a highway. Walk on the right side of the...