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Panthers improve to 3-0 after victory against Palisade Park

Panthers improve to 3-0  after victory against Palisade Park

by Colin Boisits, Staff Writer

September 26, 2018

The Glen Rock Panthers took down Palisades Park 42-6 led by their strong defense causing multiple fumbles, and high flying offense scoring 6 touchdowns. While the Panthers defense were bringing heavy pressure to the backfield they continued to contain Palisade Park from the Red Zone. The Panthers def...

Crispino leaving district after nine years

Crispino leaving district after nine years

by Andrew Kastelman, Staff Writer

September 26, 2018

After nine years as a high school baseball coach, Mr. Crispino is leaving Glen Rock High School. He has been the varsity coach the past four seasons. Citing family and finances as reasons for leaving, Crispino wanted to be able to spend more time with his two young daughters. During Crispino’s ...

Glen Rock defeats Garfield in Home Opener

Glen Rock defeats Garfield in Home Opener

by Rob Zamparelli, Sports Editor

September 20, 2018

Following the season opening win against Waldwick Midland Park, Glen Rock was anxious for their first home game against Garfield-- an undefeated team who let up only three points to Lodi the previous weekend. Students packed a section of the bleachers wearing all white. Their cheers were loud and...

Class of 2018 Senior Superlatives

Class of 2018 Senior Superlatives

July 1, 2018

The Class of 2018 Superlatives

Do you Relay?

Do you Relay?

by Morgan Franz, Staff Writer

June 18, 2018

A mother’s journey through pain Cancer. One word that can change someone's life in an instance. It was one hot Memorial Day weekend and the whole neighborhood was out and about with not a care in the world, but for one family things were about to turn from a nice sunny afternoon to a house fille...

Next stop: the fight

Next stop: the fight

June 13, 2018

Think back to the time when you were three years old. You refuse to stop talking as you’re trying to expand your vocabulary with the words you hear around you. You’re wearing that cute flannel grandma bought you for your birthday as you run and fumble through your home. You have your whole life ...

The power of music

The power of music

by Julia Piermatteo, Staff Writer

June 6, 2018

Books not bullets

Books not bullets

by Rachel Goldberg, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

Think about your morning. What did you do? Most likely you woke to the blaring of an alarm clock or shouts from parents or siblings. Maybe you’re thinking about that math test second period or worrying about seeing that one friend who you’re currently fighting with over a dumb comment you made. M...

The Alliance rises for pride

The Alliance rises for pride

by Kate Casey, Managing Editor

May 23, 2018

The Alliance is hosting an LGBT Pride Flag Raising Ceremony on June 1 at the Hamilton Circle. The event is taking place during fourth period at 9 a.m. Students who wish to be excused from class to attend the ceremony must sign up on this Google Forms. Alliance council member, Lewis Friedentha...

The Rise and Fall of The Glen Rock Farmers Market

The Rise and Fall of The Glen Rock Farmers Market

by Ben Solomon, Multimedia Manger

May 21, 2018

The farmers market ran its first and only season from June 4 to Oct. 25. Many people are aware that the market had ended, but many are unsure of the reasons behind its closing. The idea to start the market originally came from an idea and a wanting by many people, but the main effort to make the ...

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