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Freshman Sophia Morich heads down the top of the GS course at HooDoo. She finished the race in 19th place in 01:21.32.

Ski team heads to state

February 20, 2023

Students in Entrepreneurship and ASL III and IV travel to PAH! The Deaf-owned restaurant gave students an opportunity to practice sign language and see a business plan centered in inclusion.

PAH! field trip is a sign of the times

Zoe Rector, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

       On Oct. 31, Central Catholic’s ASL and Entrepreneurship classes made their way down to a restaurant called PAH! located in southeast Portland with the mission of inclusivity and...

Senior Fiona Rose Thomas delivers the ball upfield on a indirect free kick. The varsity girls tied the Sept. 22, preseason game against Cleveland 1-1.

An interview with Fiona Rose Thomas

Bella Pannoni, Staff Writer December 2, 2022

Tell me how you would like people to remember you?  (Laughing) Positively. I want to be remembered as a good person who made a good impact.  Three adjectives you would want people to say about...

Guests at Open House check out the senior composites in the hallway. Over 1000 guests attended this years event.

Open House brings over 1000 guests to campus

Luci Meigel, Staff Writer December 1, 2022

      On Sunday, Oct. 30 prospective Central Catholic High School families arrived at the annual Open House, run by student Rambassadors and the admissions office, allowing them to get a feel...

Senior Laila Vickers plays Mrs. Greer in the fall play. She gave instructions to the maids played by junior Quinlyn Walsh and sophomore Anyssa Santangelo. The Importance of Being Earnest was Vickers seventh show during her time at Central.

Catching up with Laila Vickers

Jaymi Robinson November 17, 2022

What is it like being in drama? It is essential and fun being in a drama. It gives me something to look forward to at the end of the day and provides space for community and family creativity. … Drama...

The student section brings energy at the quarterfinal playoff game against Jesuit on Nov. 11. Central won the game 23-20.

Week of Nov. 14

November 17, 2022

Senior Tristan Sullivan finishes the OSAA 6A state meet on the track at Lane Community College on Saturday, Nov. 5. Sullivan completed the rainy course with a time of 16:30.3.

Week of Nov. 7

Reed Newton, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

     On Saturday, Nov. 5 senior Tristan Sullivan ran in the boys 6A state meet in Eugene. He finished in 56th place with a time of 16:30.3.      "It was an amazing feeling being able to compete...

Junior Matix Carpenter gets a dry ball during the Nov. 4 playoff game against South Medford. The Rams won the rainy Friday night game at Hillsboro Stadium game 63-6.

Week of Nov. 7

November 11, 2022

Balloons and a banner greet students as the enter the school on the morning of Sept. 15. LSU members senior Lio Gonzalez and junior Kamila Villanueva along with others decorated the halls to raise awareness for the monthlong celebration.

LSU celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Henry Allen, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

     Hispanic Heritage Month runs for a month, from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. The reason it begins on Sept. 15 is because it is the anniversary of independence from Spain within many Central American...

Students in the yearbook and journalism classes traveled to University of Oregon on Nov. 2 to join high school students from 36 other schools across the state for Fall Media Day. This photo essay captured the spirit of the day, beginning with an early morning bus ride.

Week of Oct. 31

November 3, 2022

Students dress up for spirit week. Soccer Mom vs. Barbecue Dad Wednesday proved to be popular and a great opportunity to bring a spatula and an apron to school.

One Week in Candy Land: Spirit Week 2022

Zoe Rector, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

     Colorful, bright, and spirited this year's homecoming Spirit Week was extremely memorable as students reached another level with their themed outfits.       Every year the week before...

During Club Fair students show off their talents and passions.

Club Fair showcases students’ passions

Luci Meigel, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

     On Sept. 30, Central Catholic High School students enter the New Gym for another Club Fair during their Student Life Period to enjoy learning about the available new and old clubs.       Club...

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