The Roar

JV girls shut out Eau Gallie 8-0

November 16, 2019

The junior varsity girls' soccer team won its season-opener 8-0 Thursday night against Eau Gallie. The game was called early due to the mercy rule which ends a match if one team gets up by eight goals. By halftime the girls were...

Turkey giveaway set for Nov. 23

November 16, 2019

Alpizar Law will be holding a Thanksgiving turkey giveaway on Nov. 23 from 10:30 a.m at the Alpizer Law office on 1528 Palm Bay Road. “This event can connect people of different incomes.” Isabel Miles (9) said. “It helps...

Newcomb nabs Critics Choice award

November 16, 2019

Madison Newcomb (12) was on the edge of her seat, along with the rest of Theatre Troop 6034, to see who would be getting Critic's Choice, a prestige award for those who were the best of the best in show performance and for tech. When...

Warm surf temps draw mixed reviews

November 16, 2019

Wetsuit season has yet to come for surfers in Brevard County as ocean temperatures have stayed warm into mid-November. Most years the water will start to get cold in the beginning of November or even late October, but that has...

WS runners plan for Space Coast Half-Marathon

November 16, 2019

As the cross-country season comes to an end, runners are looking to use their talents in longer distance competitions. The Space Coast Half-Marathon is scheduled on Dec. 1 and will host runners from throughout Florida. The ra...

Boys’ lacrosse ramps up conditioning

November 16, 2019

Lacrosse conditioning started a few weeks ago and as time has gone, it has gotten harder. When conditioning started, the team practiced by doing basic drills such as crunches, jump ropes, parachutes and runs. Now it has made some...

Physics begins drone for competition

November 15, 2019

Joseph Estevez's physics club plans to participate in the Innovation Games, a competition for racing aquatic drones. The club will start thinking of main ideas for the construction and build of the drone at their next meeting,...

JV cheer prepares for season-opener

November 14, 2019

As the JV basketball season approaches, the JV cheer team practices stunts in order to prepare. "We doing preps and shoulder sits," Jadyen R. said. " Have two stunt groups and five partnered groups for shoulder sits." The...

Yearbook staff grows in size

November 14, 2019

Along with the new yearbook adviser, there was another change to the yearbook team this year. There was a large increase in the number of team members compared to last year, and the extra people have helped the teams focus more...

Border wall in jeopardy

November 14, 2019

A recent government report shows smugglers have been able to cut through the border wall separating the United States from Mexico. The border wall, which President Donald Trump has claimed to be impenetrable, was perforated...

New teacher ignites chemistry classes

November 14, 2019

Dawn Gregor is heating up the climate on campus, teaching Chemistry Honors and AP Chemistry after holding a similar position at American Heritage School in Plantation for 21 years. "Adapting to the West Shore environment is...

JV cheer to unveil new routine

November 14, 2019

The JV cheer squad is kicking off the season with a new half time routine. "I really like it, it's super unique," Jadyen R. (8) said. One of the unusual things in this dance is that cheerleaders are using poms, which causes...

Soccer falls to Montverde in preseason match

November 13, 2019

The boys' varsity soccer team fell to Montverde 2-0 in a preseason game last Tuesday. Since January 2016, Montverde has lost only one game. Despite the loss, Matthew Rabel (12) appeared pleased with his team's play. "I think...

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