By Brody Patmore
Senior Jamel Foster stands at 5’ 11’ and weighs 180 pounds. Playing football and basketball for the high school, Foster captains both teams and helps lead them to accomplish goals.
For the football team, Foster plays wide receiver and linebacker. On the basketball team he can play either point guard or shooting guard.
His dad, Jermaine Foster, was the reason he fell in love with sports.
“He’s always been there to teach me the game and not to make the same mistakes he made when he was my age,” Jamel said.
Growing up he looked up to Ray Lewis, a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens.
By Derek Etter
Social Media & Marketing Editor
When strolling through the halls of the C100s, students recognize the Life Skills class, always decorated with names of students. However, the formerly unused room next to it presents an entirely new array of possibilities for the Life Skills class to delve into and learn from.
The Life Skills class, teaching students how to refine skills they will utilize upon graduation, have recently renovated a new room next to its home base in the C100s.
The apartment sized room is now being used to add to the Life Skills curriculum, with students visiting the class three to four times weekly to apply hands-on the skills they learn about in class.
By Carrie Knight
Red Lion FFA had another busy start to the school year, now they prepare for many more upcoming events.
“We have several exciting and memorable activities planned for the year,” said Rebecca Parsons, the current FFA President. “We hope to get the school involved in community service activities, and knowledgement of agricultural education. I am excited to see what our chapter can accomplish.”
Falls skills day is coming up for the club in early November. This is when members from FFA come together from Adams, Franklin, and York counties. Throughout the day individuals will compete in CDE’s (Career Development Event) including apple judging, aquatics, tractor driving, forestry, and agronomy.
By Carly Guise
For some, an ACL injury and no sports for a year may have the end of all things. For Phil Douglass, though, it was only the closing of one window that led to the opening of another.
Today, Phil is an intern at Studio 117 - a music studio in the heart of York City - but at the beginning of his high school career, the sports he played were everything.
“I had no intention of doing music at all until I got hurt playing football. Sports was the only thing I wanted to do,” the Red Lion junior said. “Just sports. But I got hurt and I couldn’t do anything, so I went to music.”
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