• Cross Country Teams Move On To Regionals
  • Fields of Faith Draws Thousands
  • Stuco Sponsors Fourth Annual Pancake Breakfast
  • Homecoming Parade Draws Big Crowd
  • Parade Kicks Off a New Tradition
Cross Country Teams Move On To Regionals

Cross Country Teams Move On To Regionals

Another victory for the cross country team means another trip to the regional meet. This Saturday the cross country team took on district at North Lamar. Both JV and varsity boys took first place, and both the girls’ and boys’ varsity teams are advancing to regionals. The varsity boys took […]

Fields of Faith Draws Thousands

Fields of Faith Draws Thousands

For Eric Akin, October means more than Halloween costumes and candy. It means more than pumpkin spice lattes and hoodies. It’s more than homecoming and breast cancer awareness. For Akin, October means Fields of Faith, held Wednesday night at Hawk Field for the second consecutive year. Eric Akin is the […]

Stuco Sponsors Fourth Annual Pancake Breakfast

Stuco Sponsors Fourth Annual Pancake Breakfast

  It might not be Ihop, but for students who don’t eat breakfast before school, free pancakes on the plaza might be a good substitute. Student Council is sponsoring the fourth annual pancake breakfast this Friday, Oct 17 from 7:15-8:00. Students will be able to enjoy pancakes on the plaza. […]

Homecoming Parade Draws Big Crowd

Homecoming Parade Draws Big Crowd

A crowd of students, parent, and teachers watched the very first homecoming parade Monday night and then cheered on the Hawks  at a pep-rally in Hawk Stadium. The 11 homecoming princesses rode in convertibles and trucks and then were introduced at the pep-rally. Here’s a look at some of the […]

Parade Kicks Off a New Tradition

Parade Kicks Off a New Tradition

Every year since 1986, Pleasant Grove students have gathered in the parking lot the Monday of Homecoming Week for the traditional Burning of the H. “I like the burning of the H because everybody comes, and it’s something special for the seniors,” junior Allie Beth Hatfield said. “It’s a tradition.” […]

 

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Fall Musical is Anything But Elementary

Fall Musical is Anything But Elementary

For those who remember “Conjunction Junction” and “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” are in luck because the theater department will be singing those songs from your Saturday morning cartoon memories this November. The annual musical is “School...

 

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...

 

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My Football Life

My Football Life

In my life football is right up there with the most important things in life. It’s not just a game or something that takes up time, it’s a way of life. I have never felt anything better than having 30 brothers and six dads who I know will...

 

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...