• Hawks Get Bye With a Big Win
  • PG Newspaper Students Honored in Design Contest
  • Cross Country Continues to Impress
  • Senior girls named to Homecoming court
  • End-of-game Celebrations Could Cost Hawks
Hawks Get Bye With a Big Win

Hawks Get Bye With a Big Win

After their big win against Jefferson Friday night, the Hawks have a bye week as they prepare to take on the Atlanta Rabbits at Homecoming. The Hawks beat Jefferson 34-7 as they rolled over the Bulldogs. “By halftime I thought I had at least 100 yds rushing until coach told me I […]

PG Newspaper Students Honored in Design Contest

PG Newspaper Students Honored in Design Contest

Two Pleasant Grove journalists are finalists in the national Design of the Year contest. Senior Taylor Langdon and 2014 graduate Ashlyn Hurst were two of 20 students nationwide selected by the National Scholastic Press Association. Their work from the 2014 edition of the Edge is presented on the NSPA website. […]

Cross Country Continues to Impress

Cross Country Continues to Impress

  Two points made the difference for the boys’ cross country team at the Trinity Christian School meet on Saturday, Sept 20. The team scored another win even though they only won by two points over the second place team. Both teams will compete at Mt. Pleasant this Saturday as […]

Senior girls named to Homecoming court

Homecoming Princesses Take the Court

By Brooklyn Puzz Eleven senior girls celebrated last night in the Hawk gym when they were announced as Homecoming Princesses. The 11 senior girls are Chelsea Cole, Aubrey Ashby, Taylor Langdon, Holly Stouffer, Meagan McCoy, Lexi Zachary, Anna Woodman, Madison Smith, Chelsey Iglesia, Michala Terrell, and Kennedi Baird. The girls […]

End-of-game Celebrations Could Cost Hawks

End-of-game Celebrations Could Cost Hawks

After the first half Pleasant Grove trailed 17-0 in the first game of the season, and faced a challenging second half. They rallied, and with three minutes left, took the lead. When the final moments on the clock faded away, the student section rushed the field. While the coaches loved […]

 

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For One Night Only

For One Night Only

Nicole Brisco and Nina Cork’s students will display their wide range of talents and skills they have developed and mastered over the course of this school, tonight, at the 16th Annual Pleasant Grove High School Art Exhibition. The exhibition...

 

Bringing Home the Gold

Bringing Home the Gold

In the official CSPA convention program,The Edge and The Hawk are at the end of the list of award finalists since the list isalphabetized. So as 14 seniors and journalism teacher Charla Harris waited patiently at the awards convocation at Columbia...

 

Theater Cast Heads to Contest

Theater Cast Heads to Contest

After three months of cutting lines, blocking, and staging some elaborate fight scenes, the One Act Play cast will present their production of “Les Miserables” Friday morning in the district UIL contest. “What’s different this year is...

 

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Why I Love Bow Season

Why I Love Bow Season

This weekend in Texas bow season opens. This means that the time has finally come for me, and students like me, to pursue our true passion: the passion and drive for the elusive whitetail bucks commonly found in Texas. I have awaited this weekend...

 

The Perks of Being a Teacher’s Kid

The Perks of Being a Teacher’s Kid

By Ashley McKinney: Copy Editor If you don’t know anything about me, the first thing I will usually tell you is that I’m Mrs. McKinney’s daughter. Yes, Mrs. McKinney, the algebra teacher. Mrs. McKinney who taught algebra to my friends...

 

Take Note: Music Helps More Than the Soul

Brooklyn Puzz

Brooklyn Puzz By Brooklyn Puzz: Reporter As I was leaving piano lessons one day, wrapping up what I’d learned, Mrs. Montgomery said with a simple smile,  “Had your math skills improved lately?” I thought for a moment, and said, “Yes,...