Mid year Snow Daze

Collin Fox, Sports Editor

March 7, 2019

Due to the large amount of snow and cold days recently, there are tons of rumors surrounding a possible end of the school year extension. "We've had seven snow days but we are allowed six by the state, though any school is...

Speeding things up

Collin Fox, Sports Editor

January 4, 2019

Track coaches Chris Scott and Megan Berry have started a new running club for the winter. "The new club officially starts in January, coach Scott is in charge of it, but I plan on being there for many of the training sessions...

Patriots prevail, Eagles soar

Collin Fox, Sports Editor

January 23, 2018

The National football league's American Football Conference, and National Football Conference championship games were both played on Jan. 21 The AFC championship game was played first at 4:05 pm, it was a match up of the red...

Lacrosse, pizza and information

Collin Fox, Sports Editor

November 30, 2017

An informational meeting and pizza dinner is being held Thursday, Nov. 30 at 6:30 p.m in the cafeteria for the boys varsity lacrosse team. Lacrosse season starts in the spring, but the team is looking for new faces ready to...

Doors are being put on Lock down

October 18, 2017

Students will no longer be able to sneak in after the bell thanks to this new change From now on, all outside doors around the school will lock after the morning bell for first hour rings and any students seen letting in other...

Chieftains Hockey starts Fall season off strong

October 5, 2017

The Utica Chieftains Varsity boys hockey team started off their fall season with a win last Sunday The determined young Chieftains beat West Bloomfield 5-3 with a great performances by seniors Zach essemacher and Jacob Keary The...

Lacrosse heads to playoffs

Collin Fox, Guest Reporter

May 17, 2017

The lacrosse season has been a wild ride so far for the young Chieftains. With a current record of 6-5, the team's coach, Ruben Toribio said there is still hope to add more wins. "This is what we've been fighting for," Toribio ...

Civil war play review

Collin Fox, Guest Reporter

March 6, 2017

I was unexpectedly surprised by the first theater performance I have attended at Utica. During sixth hour before break, sixth hours were invited to attend a performance of "The Morning of the Eighth Day," presented by our theatre...

Students look back at family Thanksgiving traditions

Collin Fox, Guest Reporter

December 21, 2016

From stuffing, to cranberry sauce, to every turkey in between, every American celebrates Thanksgiving in their own special way. The majority of Americans spend time with their families around this holiday. At these family gatherings,...

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