Articles by Dylan Pike

Seniors explores identity with video project

Seniors explores identity with video project

June 9, 2014 | in Arts

Seniors in Ms. Foster’s English classes made 30-60 second video clips showing their personalities to their classmates in a creative way. Foster said that this was the first year she has ever done this... Read More

Students commit to collegiate sports

Students commit to collegiate sports

May 16, 2014 | in Web

Five student athletes officially committed to play collegiate sports on May 15 in the Binks Rawling Gym. Students included volleyball player Kathlyn Craigie, baseball player Spencer Gutterman, football player Spencer Kim, cross country... Read More

Zimmerman skates his way to hockey championship

Zimmerman skates his way to hockey championship

May 13, 2014 | in Sports

The black puck shuffles back and forth between the stick all while skating at high velocity, a few meters before the goal he winds up a slap shot and seconds later a loud buzzer... Read More

Neknominations flirt with injury

April 10, 2014 | in News

“You have 24 hours boys, good luck!” The new social media phenomenon Neknomination is sweeping across the world, and is bringing fatalities with it. The deadly game involves friends, typically males in college, nominating... Read More

Strimling programs road to success

Strimling programs road to success

March 17, 2014 | in Campus

When the Apple App Store launched in 2008, Senior Will Strimling was drawn towards the creativity, profitability, and discovery that App store entailed. Strimling was determined, and still is, to learn more about the... Read More

Lavdiotis dedicates over two decades to basketball

Lavdiotis dedicates over two decades to basketball

February 27, 2014 | in Basketball

For the past 21 years men’s varsity basketball coach Chris Lavdiotis has brought intensity and passion every time he sets foot in the Binks Rawlings Gym. Lavdiotis began his career at Piedmont in 1992... Read More

Dancers leap their way through Physical Education

Dancers leap their way through Physical Education

January 31, 2014 | in Sports

Although the high school offers an advanced dance class, many students pursue dancing outside of school as means for physical exercise. Various forms of advanced dancing such as ballet, require great balance, graceful movements,... Read More

Basketball begins with a bang

Basketball begins with a bang

December 11, 2013 | in Basketball

The Piedmont Highlanders Boys Varsity Basketball team defeated the St. Vincent Mustangs 54-39 on Tuesday night in their first home game of the season. Starters for the Highlanders included sophomores Jordan Torio and Sean... Read More

Slackers balance new found hobby

November 6, 2013 | in Campus

Balance. A group of PHS students are being drawn towards a small balance oriented outdoor sport called slacklining. A slackline is typically made of nylon or polyester webbing and is tensioned around two anchor... Read More