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  • Voting re-begins, continues </br>for student council candidates Oct. 17-18

    Voting re-begins, continues
    for student council candidates Oct. 17-18

    Sydney Washburn, Reporter

    UPDATE - The following information came through the high school email system on Oct. 16: ”Due to technical difficulties beyond our control, PHS will shut down the Student Elections today and re-open them on Thursday Oct. 18 and Friday Oct. 19.” Original article follows: Posters hang in the...

    Students posters hang in the hallway, advertising student council campaigns. Voting will begin Oct.16 at 8 a.m., and it will officially end on Oct. 17 at 4:30 p.m. “We will announce (the winners) the next day hopefully,” coach and student council sponsor Tony Cooper said.

    Sydney Washburn

  • Varsity football survives </br>late comeback attempt by Jesuit, </br>wins fifth game of season 30-28

    Varsity football survives
    late comeback attempt by Jesuit,
    wins fifth game of season 30-28

    Zach Markey, Sports Editor and Columnist

    Senior Cade York kicked an 18-yard field goal at the end of regulation to lift Prosper past the Jesuit Rangers, 30-28. With the score 24-7 at the half, all momentum pointed in favor of the Eagles, but the Rangers went on a run in the second with a minute left in the game, putting them in the lead 28-27. The...

    Prosper senior Devin Haskins, No. 5, avoids a Jesuit Ranger defender. Haskins had 23 receiving yards and a touchdown Friday. The Eagles escaped Jesuit with a 30-28 win.

    Justin Hudson

  • Double pep rallies </br>meet Prosper in pink

    Double pep rallies
    meet Prosper in pink

    Ana Arredondo, Reporter

    The "Pink Out" pep rally will be tomorrow, Oct. 12, at 2:53 p.m. to honor breast-cancer survivors. It will follow the 9 a.m. elementary pep rally. Both events will be in the arena. “All of them (the pep rallies) always have a theme,” cheer coach Lindsey Hamlin said. For this Friday's, the "student...

    Prosper covers the student section in pink spirit wear at the Oct. 26, 2017, varsity football game against The Colony. The theme supported Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Cougars beat the Eagles 14-7. This year's pink-out day will continue the same traditions, beginning with the elementary pep rally in the morning, continue with the high school one in the afternoon and then ending with a pink-out game against Dallas Jesuit at 7 p.m. in Eagle Stadium.

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Recent Sports Scores
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provides athletes with chance
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Prosper tackles Eaton
in football scrimmage

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UPDATE - The following information came through the high school email system on Oct. 16: ”Due to technical difficulties beyond our control, PHS will...

Varsity football survives </br>late comeback attempt by Jesuit, </br>wins fifth game of season 30-28

Varsity football survives
late comeback attempt by Jesuit,
wins fifth game of season 30-28

Double pep rallies </br>meet Prosper in pink

Double pep rallies
meet Prosper in pink

Senior reflects </br>on his coming-out story, </br>its impact

Senior reflects
on his coming-out story,
its impact

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Democratic candidate answers </br>student questions </br>at ‘Town Hall Forum’
Kwame Alexander presents</br> reading program to K-12 students
Author Kwame Alexander </br>to present at schools
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Senior reflects </br>on his coming-out story, </br>its impact
Surroundings change, </br>music remains same
Senior cooks up future career </br>through culinary arts program
Looking Back – Looking Forward<br>Senior sees end of 1 career, start of another

Looking Back – Looking Forward
Senior sees end of 1 career, start of another

September 11, 2018

Every year since Lizzie Ramsden joined the Talonettes, she has watched the senior members hang up their hats during the end-of-year spring show. This year, it’s her turn. Talonettes senior Lieutenant...

Boating accident changes student’s life

Boating accident changes student’s life

August 28, 2018

Pinned against the wall with the boat crushing him, junior Trett Johnson had no idea what his life-threatening injury would entail. After spending July 3, 2017, on the lake with his family, Johnson...

UIL One-Act Play advances to state

UIL One-Act Play advances to state

April 19, 2018

For the first time in six years, the theater program has advanced to State in One-Act Play UIL competitions. “We’ve gone past [five] rounds now, and at Region we competed against Red Oak, Waxahachie,...

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School
The Student Voice of Prosper High School