Monthly Archives: April 2017

Ridley Duo’s Talent Extends Far Beyond the Classroom

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By Madison Ricker ’17 The last thing you’d expect to find in a small Leedom basement is a music studio–but that’s exactly what you’d come across if you stepped foot into the home of Christian Kahn, a Ridley senior. Kahn, a member of a duo entitled edit.line, has always had ...

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Security at RHS

  By AALIYAH DUNCAN ’19 Security at RHS Students are chaotically flooding the halls at Ridley High School as the time students are expected to be in homeroom nears. A quarrel breaks out in the cafeteria where students are currently getting breakfast. Fists are colliding between two male juniors as ...

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P for Potato

Ryan has a conversation with Tash

 

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Music Review: Ed Sheeran’s Divide

By Vanessa Lazzaro ’20 Ed Sheeran’s Divide hit the make for his fans on March 3, 2017, when it broke the world record of 56 million on Spotify and over 346,000 copies sold with a five out of five star rating on Itunes. The most popular song in the album ...

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Raider baseball ready to Rock

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By George Santilla and Cade Statton ’17 For the 2017 baseball season Coach Kevin Scott has a couple ideas to help the team improve from last season. “ Our team expectations are to compete in the Central League and win a spot in the District 1 Playoffs.” After finishing second ...

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Athlete Snapshot: Damir Fleming

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By Miguel Gamble  ’17 Athlete: Damir Fleming Sport and Position: Basketball and Point Guard Stats: 16 ppg. 3ast. 1stl Biggest Sports Moment At RHS: When he played against Chester @ Temple Favorite Part of the Sport: Shooting Role Model: His Middle School Coach Favorite Player: Chris Paul Influence From Coaching: ...

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Organ Donation remains a need

By Lae’Janette Morrell ’17 According to the U.S. Department of Health and Services, each day 22 people die waiting for a transplant and every 10 minutes another person is added to the organ waiting list. Today more than 81% of people are in need of kidneys. Kidney disease is the ...

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Ridley softball looks for success in 2017 season

Ridley Varsity Working hard at practice.

By Julianna Munoz and Jace Roberts ’20 Ridley softball is determined to come out swinging, and hit the ground srunning for the 2017 season. The new season comes with many young players that will make contributions to the team. Six out of the twelve players on varsity are freshmen, and ...

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Ridley Girls’ Lacrosse returns

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By Miguel Gamble and James Cooper ’17 Ridley Girls’ Lacrosse is trying to get back on the winning track this season. “My expectation for this season is to make playoffs,” said Emily Johnston, a senior captain for the Lady Raiders. The vital part of winning lacrosse games is scoring goals. ...

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Boy’s Lacrosse ready to play

By Ociele Miller and Ryan Gricco ’17 Eight starters return and two extra players that played a lot last season. The captains for this year’s team are Brock Anderson and Cade Stratton, two returning offensive starters. Behn Worley and Sam Ferkler both return on defense. The starting goalie is George ...

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