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The Kirkwood Call

Concussions were an issue that affected 15% of high school students in 2017.

The Brain Issue: Long term impact

Rachel Finan, health + wellness writer November 6, 2019

Kade Kenter, sophomore, is hanging out with friends when he goes from happy to depressed with no warning. His friends are unfazed. This has happened before.  Madeline Brackney, junior, sits in class...

Photo by De Lila Green; visual put together by Hayden Davidson

From Longhorn to Cougar to Pioneer

Hayden Davidson, sports writer May 10, 2019
A KHS math teacher was a three-sport athlete in high school and a Division I football player in college. Learn who it is and more about him here.
         art by Bridget Killian

Injuries: Beyond the stadium

Brendan Davidson, sports writer December 13, 2017

She walked across the soccer field on an early May day. She felt ready to play in one of the last games of the season. During the final minutes, however, she was nowhere near the field. That’s because...

No pain, no gain

No pain, no gain

Thomas Birmingham, in-depth editor November 14, 2017

They don’t want to let their team down. They can’t. To Nina Naes, junior, two broken toes means nothing if she can score just a few more goals. To Abby Gunn, senior, seriously bruising the bone...

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