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Friday, April 15, 2011

A Street Construction Will Complicate

By Rachel Lomot (Class of 2011)

Affecting Framingham High School will be the constructing of a new sewer beginning at the bottom of A Street.  There will be short-term traffic adjustments and possible displacement of cars in the Junior Lot; however, the overall goal is improve the aged sewer systems in Framingham.  It is unclear exactly when the construction will begin; the exact start date hasn’t been determined but it will almost certainly be before the end of the school year. 

Girls Tennis 2011

On April 14, 2011the Framingham Flyer s girls tennis team played Weymouth, and won 5-0.  Coming into this game we were nervous about the meet, but we kept our hopes up and worked together.  Playing doubles, Raissa and Tina won 8-6 and Zeban and her partner Alex also won with the score 6-4.  We were all so proud of these girls who tried their best and never gave up.  We all give our best during practice and the games, we always encourage one another to try hard, and cheer each other because we are a tight team and know that we can accomplish anything.  Girls tennis might lose some games, like all other sports, but we consider ourselves to be one of the best beacuse of our strong team and how we try our best but still have a smile on our faces when we lose.  We are determined, adventurous, and most of all we never quit.  We could have never have done this without our coaches, Ms. Stevens and Mr. Wilbur who encouraged all the girls from the start.

Mayra Faria

Boys LAX: Off To A Great Start

By Sawyer Hulme (Class of 2011)

The Boys Lacrosse team is off to one of its best starts in years and hopes to continue its strong start into the season.  The boys are 2-1 with wins against Medford and Acton/Boxborough, with the only loss coming to traditional powerhouse Wellesley.  With the hopes of making the playoffs, this year's lacrosse team is going into every game with the mindset to win.  The boys LAX team has a serious chance of making the playoffs this year and a good chance of finishing the season with a winning record for the first time in years.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Softball vs Weymouth April 14, 2011

FHS Softball vs Weymouth
April 14, 2011

Girls Tennis vs Weymouth April 14, 2011

Girls Tennis vs Weymouth
April 14, 2011

Girls LAX vs. Weymouth
April 14, 2011

Apple: Not a Cure

By: Jessica Lerner (Class of 2013)

There has recently been much controversy over the Apple “Gay Cure” application. This application or app was aimed at Christians who were struggling with their sexuality. However, Apple faced pressure to remove this app, as some saw it as offensive.

Dave Grohl: Music Man

By Andrew Rich (Class of 2011)

Few artists in rock and roll history have switched bands and instruments with such an incredibly high amount of success as Dave Grohl. Able to play guitar, bass, drums and vocals, Grohl has managed to achieve fame in nearly every band he’s been in.

Spain Comes to Foxborough

By Marcelo Fernandes (Class of 2012)

The U.S Men’s National Team will face 2010 FIFA World Cup Champion Spain on June 4 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Kickoff against the number 1-ranked team in the world and defending European Champion is set for 4:30 p.m. The high-profile friendly takes place three days before the U.S begins group play in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Reading is a Fun Challenge

By Rachel Lomot (Class of 2011) 

For Stapleton Elementary School, what began as pressure to fulfill the district’s School Improvement Plan of 2009 to 2012 developed into a rush of enthusiasm throughout the school.  The Reading Challenge was enacted February 10 and will finish up on April 15.  All students have been challenged to read a set number of books at home as a school-wide competition, with the prize being only pride and joy for themselves and the benefits of enjoying a good book.