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Hayley Schulz: Bowling Ace


By Jenise Fehring
I had the opportunity to interview Hayley on her life in bowling. She is a senior at East High School. Her and the West Bend East Girls Bowling Team went to state on March 2nd, 2013.

Q1: How long have you been Bowling?
I have been bowling since I was six years old.
Q2: How many times have you qualified for state?
As a team this was the first time a girls team from West Bend has gone. I qualified, sophomore and freshman year individually. Continue reading

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What Are You Focusing On?

What Are You Focusing On?

Andria- Focusby Andria Bero

The Average Teenager:

Watches 4 hours of TV per day
Spends 31 hours per week online
Spends 13 hours a week playing video games
28% of teenagers report falling asleep in school at least once a week due to not getting the recommended 9 hours of sleep
While only 9.74% of today’s teen is focusing on academics and activities

Sources: MpoweredParent-A Statistical Look At Video Games: 2013

Los Angels Times- Teens Are Watching More TV, Not Less, Report Says:2012

Stage of Life- Did You Know:2013

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The Rivalry Continues

East hosted West in basketball Friday night. It felt like another homecoming because of the great rivalry we have for our schools in sports. Both East and West had a lot of exited students cheering their teams on to victory, but only one of them can win. When we normally play against each other it is usually neck and neck. This time, East lead in points all thoughout the game, while West tried to hang on.wbehmn120512_003-1024x683

Home   Away

East       West

Q1:       9             8

Q2:      26         24

Q3:      42          33

Q4:      59          52

It seems we both have great teams; we have so much talent on both sides.  So while West may have lost this round, there will always be the next rematch on February 12th at 7:30pm in the Field House. I hope to see you there, and I wish all the seniors on both teams good luck to their future, whether they go on further with basketball or not.

By: Jenise Fehring

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