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Archives for April 2014

Girls Track @ Grinnell Results

The Pella High Girls Track team overcame the inclement weather Tuesday 4/29  at the Grinnell Tiger Relays and came home with a first place finish, tallying up 156 points. Here’s the results.   1st Place Long Jump  Jessica Holterhaus 16-01.0 100H           Lydia VanEe 16.93 400H       Lydia VanEe

PHS Selfie Olympics

Post your best selfie and either tweet it @pelladiumonline or tag us in your selfie on Instagram! An undisclosed prize will be given to the best selfie. HINT: Selfies with teachers are highly encouraged! Contest ends May 12.

This Week in Sports

(Junior Mackenzie Gustafson runs at the Drake Relays) This Week in Sports for the week of April 28! Over the weekend: The shooting team traveled to Montezuma Saturday. The varsity squad of senior Trevor Sterk, sophomore Kolbie Van Dusseldorp, sophomore Brent VanDerWiel, freshman John Vander Werff and senior Daniel Flahive finished second and the varsity

This Week in Sports

(Jr. Emma Johnson serves in the girls tennis meet against Knoxville) This Week in sports for the week of April 21. Last Thursday: Girls Track placed first at Newton last thursday. Becky  Visser, Lexi Reynolds, and Jessica Holterhaus qualified for the Drake Relays in individual events while the 4×100, 4×200, 4×400, Shuttle Hurdle and Sprint

Baking Contest 2014

Bake: noun, To cook with dry heat in an oven…something not everyone should attempt to do. Wednesday six brave souls put their best baked dishes to the test with the hopes of winning the crown of Bake Off Grand Champion. With a panel of four experienced food critics it would be hard to blow their

Magic: The Gathering review

Get ready for some Magic! A hobby that has sparked some students recently is a hobby which takes skills, ideas and a deep wallet. Prepare to make some magic in “Magic: The Gathering!” “Magic: The Gathering” is a game made from the card company “Wizards of the Coast,” who also created “Dungeons and Dragons,” a

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