Articles by Kathlyn Craigie

Football team advances to tournament in Indianapolis

Football team advances to tournament in Indianapolis

June 11, 2014 | in Football, Web

The football team participated in the Laney 7v7 Passing Tournament, that was held on Saturday June 7. The Piedmont football team took first place and 12 varsity players and two coaches will be advancing... Read More

Measure H Faceoff

Measure H Faceoff

May 30, 2014 | in Opinions

PRO Rundown, not handicapped accessible, old, and unsafe. The existing Alan Harvey Theater is nowhere near up to par with the rest of Piedmont High School. Measure H, on the June 3 ballot, will... Read More

PITS Rugby teams up against the Canadian rugby club

PITS Rugby teams up against the Canadian rugby club

April 10, 2014 | in Sports

He runs down the field, dirt caked on his legs and cuts on his elbows. He storms past the opponents and flies head first across the end line. Five points PITS. According to pitsrugby.com,... Read More

Mexico makes memories

March 17, 2014 | in Senior Voice

210 students. 52 adults. 4 days. 16 houses. Mexico Magic. Tecate, Mexico is the most magical place I have ever been to, even more magical than Disneyland. Students and adults affiliated with the Piedmont... Read More

Four athletes ineligible to play due to transfer

Four athletes ineligible to play due to transfer

March 17, 2014 | in Sports

As you walk in to the Binks Rawling Gymnasium during a women’s varsity basketball game you will see an energetic team, a sea of purple and white fans in the bleachers and four players... Read More

Senior  voice: Cherish your time as a second semester senior

Senior voice: Cherish your time as a second semester senior

February 27, 2014 | in Senior Voice

We did it. Congratulations class of 2014. We are officially second semester seniors. After we graduate and look back on our senior year we should remember all of the good things that we have... Read More

Navarro dances to Disneyland and beyond

Navarro dances to Disneyland and beyond

January 31, 2014 | in Campus

Dancing. 20-hour weeks. Disneyland. New York. Senior Antoinette Navarro balances dance, school and friends while traveling to her favorite places. Navarro said she has been dancing since she was five years old and is... Read More

Men’s soccer loses to Mt. Eden, 4-3

Men’s soccer loses to Mt. Eden, 4-3

January 16, 2014 | in Soccer

The varsity men’s soccer team lost to Mt. Eden High School 4-3, on Wednesday, Jan 15. Piedmont played tough defense the first half and senior Corey Collier blocked many shots, but unfortunately Mt. Eden... Read More

Senior voice: research well and choose wisely

December 18, 2013 | in Senior Voice

My Google recently searched bar is filled with college names, college board, ACT and SAT prep, and the Common Application. As dates for submitting applications to colleges draw near, I am still adding and... Read More

A Capella voyage to Hawaii

A Capella voyage to Hawaii

November 19, 2013 | in Arts

The A Cappella class will be traveling to Oahu, Hawaii on March 21 through 25, to compete against other high schools in the Heritage Festival. So far about 45 students have signed up for... Read More