The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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Eyes on the ball, senior Ayden Ames positions her arms, ready to bump the ball. Ames is in the top 50 for national rankings and ranked top 13 in Texas. Ames is committed to University of Texas at Austin. Outside of school, Ames has played as middle blocker for the USA Volleyball U19 National Training Team who went on to win the World Championship title.

Volleyball takes semi-finals loss, season ends

Srihitha Madepalli, Reporter December 1, 2023

  Click the photo above to start a slideshow with information about the varsity volleyball game, Nov. 17 against Conroe Grand Oaks High School. Who: Prosper Eagle Varsity varsity team –...

ENN Season 11, Episode 13

ENN December 1, 2023

During a triathlon race, senior Eli McWard completes the cycling distance. The order of the races starts with swimming, then biking, then running. A good support team has been the backbone for whenever anything is both going great, but also not going great, McWard said. I think especially through the lows when youre doubting yourself, theyre the ones reminding you – you love this sport, not because of your performances and how well youre doing at races, but because you enjoy waking up every day, and training and pushing yourself to find new limits.

With hopes set on Olympics, triathlete wins 2023 African Championships

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief November 30, 2023

In the face of a potential season-ending injury, senior Eli McWard looked to his "backbone" – aka his multi-sport support team – to keep him on track. Then, he overcame a stress fracture and other...

The Memory Space - Season 2 - Episode 2: Pokémon

The Memory Space – Season 2 – Episode 2: Pokémon

Will Ligon November 29, 2023

In this episode of "The Memory Space" junior Will Ligon talks with senior Anali Patton about the world of Pokemon. Whether it's a swarm of bug types, a cute fire dog, or violating the Geneva Convention,...

Arm wrapped around Coach Darrin Kight, senior Davis Perkins mourns the end of his season. It was special watching Davis get close with his coaches and teammates over the past few years, said senior Alexis Kirksey. Watching him from the student section was always so fun.

Football takes final loss of season, 35-7

Riley McConnell and Juliana Cruz November 28, 2023

  Click the photo above to start a slideshow with information about the varsity football game, Nov. 25 against North Crowley High School. Who: Prosper Eagle Varsity Football team – Led...

In the PHS gym, senior Courtney Reed gets ready to donate blood. Carter Blood Care works with the HOSA organization to host a blood drive for students today, Nov. 27. Seniors can get an honor cord for graduation if they donate twice – once in the first semester and once in the second semester. There will be another opportunity for 16-year-olds (with a parent-signed form) and 17-year-olds (and older) to donate in the spring. Every blood drive we do saves so many lives, HOSA sponsor and health sciences teacher Kelli Factor said. As you know, there is a massive shortage of blood available, so this really does make a difference for our community. Every pint collected can save up to three lives.

Eagle Brief: Nov. 27 – Dec. 3

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief November 27, 2023

Eagle Update & Resources To view PHS newsletter click here. To view the calendar of scheduled sporting events, click the high school athletics calendar here. To view PISD events, the district-wide...

As the girls varsity team comes together, seniors Carly Garner and Jaeda Crabtree receive their certificates for the 2023-2024 season. The team came second in the district. Crabtree had 72 goals this season.

Waterpolo program ends year with banquet

Sofia Ayala and Erica Deutsch November 17, 2023

Who: Water polo team members and staff, family and friends What: Water Polo Banquet Where: Children's Health Stadium Community Room When: Tuesday, Nov.14, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Walnut Grove High School hosted a UIL academic learning day on Oct. 21. Students from all around the state came to gain more knowledge and experience about the types of events they will be competing in this year. Students will compete in practice events before districts in April.

Prosper builds up the competition

Erica Deutsch, Feature Editor November 17, 2023

Walnut Grove High School opened its doors on a Saturday to help students from around the state prepare for this year's UIL season. Racy Kane, the district's director for UIL said she wanted to make sure...

ENN Season 11, Episode 12

November 17, 2023

Eyes on one another, Prosper volleyball huddles before a home game. Prosper finished the regular season with a 34-9 record. They are led by coach Ashlee McCormick. The team will compete in the first round of the state championship tournament on Friday Nov. 17 at 5 p.m. at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland. With a win, the team will advance to the championship on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 5 p.m. in the same location.

Analysis/Preview: Volleyball team earns its way into state tournament

Isabel Multer, Sports Editor November 17, 2023

Digging their way through the road to the 2023 UIL Texas Volleyball playoffs, Prosper volleyball defeated Flower Mound 3-0 to 'punch their ticket' to the championship. The Lady Eagles are returning to...

In a a graphic made my senior Juliana Cruz, displays a playlist of what music is involved in the episode. It includes a local Indie Rock band and fan-favorite Rock band. Todays songs were Flush and Poison by Laredo Two and Now and Then by the Beatles.

Podcast: Who’s Got Aux – Rock, Indie Rock Artists – Season 2 – Episode 4

Riley McConnell, Juliana Cruz, and Gracie Archibeque November 16, 2023

In the newly revised season of "Who's Got Aux?," hosts Riley McConnell and Juliana Cruz introduce a new guest, senior Gracie Archibeque, one of Eagle Nation Online's chief designers. Archibeque works with...

Sitting at his desk, biology teacher Matthew Nicholls prepares the lesson plan for his next class. Nicholls was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes a few years ago. “It’s not something people need to feel ashamed about,” Nicholls said, “it’s just a part of who you are. It can definitely be frustrating at times, but it can teach you so many things as well.”

Teachers, staff raise awareness in honor of diabetes month

Anisha Mandem, Assistant Editor November 15, 2023

With over 37 million people currently diagnosed and more than 1 million new cases every year, including some Prosper High students and staff members, diabetes has become one of the leading medical diagnoses...

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