After months of training and hours of practice and film, the Wesleyan football team fought their way to their first Georgia High School State Championship since 2008. The football team and coaching staff put in six months of work to make it this far, and the outcome of the state game on Dec. 13, 2019 will not be soon forgotten. Sophomore Cooper Blauser and senior Josh Morris gave insight on what it took to make it to the game at the Georgia State Stadium. Additionally, wide receiver coach Candler Baxley reflected on the outcome of the game at its conclusion. Keep Reading
“When I can’t log into Naviance and the password won’t work so they send you an email to change it but that doesn’t work so you just can’t log in at all.”
“The little ends of notebook paper that fall on the floor, Doritos crumbs crushed into carpets, unfluffed pillows, uncapped dry erase markers and moldy lunchboxes.”
Griffin Massey (12th grade)
“When people turn on the blinker for just too long then you don’t know when they’re actually turning.”
Ryan Gomes (12th grade)
“People who go 50 and below in the left lane of 141. It’s the passing/fast lane, it’s ridiculous, just go 60. Then, they honk at you like you’re the devil because you’re a teenager even though you’re not the one looking weird in the left lane. Go 60-65 if you’re in the left lane, or don’t drive at all. Come find me if you’re the fool in the left lane.”
With the summer comes a lot of different things: sunburns, vacations and beards, if you are a boy. One major component of summer is music. The Green & Gold decided to ask high school students of every grade to share their summer favorites.
These songs include both old and new songs. Some of the old songs include: “We Didn’t Start the Fire” by Billy Joel, “Box of Rain” by Grateful Dead and “Take me Home, Country Roads” by John Denver. Some of the new songs include “The Middle” by Zedd, “No Tears Left to Cry” by Ariana Grande and “Speechless” by Dan + Shay.