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Donald Trump speaking to supporters at an immigration policy speech at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix,Arizona/Courtesy • Gage Skidmore
Tracking President Trump's progress
By Riley Sakurada, Samm Sharp, Natalia Navarrete
Posted: November 10, 2017

November 8, 2016, Donald J. Trump was elected President of the United States of America.

An investigation of the culprit is underway./Courtesy • WPD
FAKE NEWS: Girl trips over textbook: Media blames Trump
By Clarissa Olson
Posted: November 10, 2017

When 13-year old Teresa Ackley tripped over a textbook on October 17, the media was in an uproar; their target, President Donald Trump.

Brittany Jacaway gets the ball over./Victor Castaneda • The Brand
Volleyball advances to state after winning regional championship
By Victor Castaneda
Posted: November 10, 2017

The Lady Bucks are on a roll finishing 2nd in the league and going 12-4, 21-10 along the way.

Bill Skarsgård playing Pennywise in 2017's "IT"./Courtesy • itthemovie.com
What to watch: 'It'
By Samm Sharp
Posted: November 10, 2017

Pennywise the Dancing Clown has returned after 27 years of hibernation, and he's scarier than ever.

FAKE NEWS: Seniors planning to gate off parking lot
By Tara Bourland
Posted: November 10, 2017

Lowry Seniors are tired of the juniors parking in their lot.

Ale Ibarra
UNITY: U 'n I was made for you and I
By Ale Ibarra
Posted: November 10, 2017

Why is that despite all of the other problems in this country, we decide to focus on the most...

Lauren Fentress bumps the ball./Ron Espinola • The Brand
Frosh volleyball ready for next level
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: November 10, 2017

This year's freshman volleyball season has officially come to an end.

Students show interest in the Barrick Gold presentation./Ale Ibarra • The Brand
Career Fair turns out to be motivational
By Ale Ibarra and Celest Castellanos
Posted: November 10, 2017

The Career Fair was held November 2 at the Convention Center. This fair was for juniors and seniors to look at...

Anthony Peterson fights for more yards against the Long Horns./Lisa Scott • Winnada
Varsity football continues growth and looks to future
By Riley Sakurada
Posted: November 10, 2017

After a long season the varsity football team finished the season 1-8 overall.

Will Kracaw makes the turn./Riley Sakurada • The Brand
Lowry XC ends season with trip to state
By Clarissa Olson
Posted: November 10, 2017

Lowry’s Cross Country team ended their season on Saturday November 4, at the NIAA 3A State Championship.

Tatyana Carlson hits an approach shot./Peyton Capellen • The Brand
Girls golf places fifth at state
By Peyton Capellen
Posted: November 10, 2017

The girls varsity golf team continued their dominance in the north this year despite losing four seniors last year.

Celest Castellanos
The #metoo movement is shedding light on sexual harassment
By Celest Castellanos
Posted: November 10, 2017

The world has recently been going through a lot of terrible tragedies. One of them is sexual harassment, a terrible act that needs to stop.

Blaine Olson at work./Courtesy • Blaine Olson
Career Profile: Metallurgical Engineering
By Clarissa Olson
Posted: November 10, 2017

Mining is a huge industry in Northern Nevada. As someone who has yet to figure...

On Deck: Kneeling
By Peyton Capellen
Posted: November 10, 2017

The NFL started off the beginning of their season with controversy once again.

Mr. Jeff Setzer
Who knows you best with: Mr. Jeff Setzer
By Tara Bourland
Posted: November 10, 2017

What's his go to movie? Anything from Stephen King or thought provoking.

 Dominick Kelley (54) and teammates bring down the ball carrier./Sam Diaz • Winnada
Season shows bright future for JV Buckaroos
By Julianna Gonzalez, Victor Castaneda
Posted: November 10, 2017

In spite of a forgettable game to end the season, the JV Bucks posted a 6-4 record on the season.

The 2017-2018 Lowry cheer team./The Brand
Lowry Then and Now: 1967-68
By Emily Jock
Posted: November 10, 2017

In 2017-2018 the Lowry cheer team has worked really hard to put on better performances for the...

A student with his well written protest sign./Courtesy
FAKE NEWS: Lowry takes a stand against doing homework
By Emily Jock
Posted: November 10, 2017

You all know the latest story about the Seattle Seahawks sitting on the bench during the National Anthem...

Shelby Garrison./The Brand
Athlete of the Issue: Shelby Garrison
By Ale Ibarra
Posted: November 10, 2017

This three-sport athlete has been surrounded by sports her entire life. She has been recognized by the community for her dedi...

Brendan Domire
Lowry Voices: What are you looking forward to throughout this year?
By Emily Jock
Posted: November 10, 2017

"Well I'm looking forward to all the sports, and fun times I get to have with all my friends."

Kylie Marler passes the ball./Ron Espinola • The Brand
JV soccer posts 12 win season
By Celest Castellanos
Posted: November 10, 2017

The JV girls finished off the season with a stellar season.

Elias Arechiga dribbles the toward the goal./Ron Espinola • The Brand
JV boys wrap up season
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: November 10, 2017

The boys JV soccer team has wrapped up their season after their final game in Sparks.

Anthony Cuevas breaks through defenders./Ron Espinola • The Brand
Varsity soccer finishes season with 7-12-1 record
By Peyton Capellen
Posted: November 10, 2017

The boys varsity soccer team had a bumpy season playing in a league with some very tough competitors and although their season may...

An example of Metzker's work./Riley Sakurada • The Brand
Performer of the Issue: Rachel Metzker
By Riley Sakurada
Posted: November 10, 2017

Rachel Metzker, is a hard working student in Ms. Julia Tolpholm's Art 2 class and has been chosen for Performer of the Issue by Topholm herself.

Julisa Garcia dribbes the ball between two opponents./Ron Espinola • The Brand
Varsity Lady Bucks withstand tough season
By Ale Ibarra
Posted: November 10, 2017

The varsity girls’ soccer team finished 4-11-1 this season.

Joe Peterson./The Brand
Athlete of the Issue: Joe Peterson
By Peyton Capellen
Posted: November 10, 2017

For the last four years Joe Peterson has been knocking the lights out of kids on the football field and pinning them on the wrestling mat.

Julianna Gonzalez
Lowry needs to extend lunch time
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: November 10, 2017

Lowry's lunch time needs to be extended by at least 20 minutes; 30 would be better.

Adora Aris
Buckaroo Round Up
By Natalia Navarrete
Posted: November 10, 2017

What's your favorite thing about school?
Seeing my friends.

Victoria Jacinto bumps the ball./Ron Espinola • The Brand
JV volleyball ready for the next step
By Tara Bourland
Posted: November 10, 2017

This season of volleyball had little wins but the girls still enjoyed this season and are ready for next year.

Adam Dossey breaks through a Fernley tackle./Ron Espinola • The Brand
Freshmen have memorable season
By Clarissa
Olson
Posted: November 10, 2017

Freshmen Football ended their 2017 season on October 26, with a loss to Spring Creek.

Turkey./Courtesy • publicdomainpictures.net
Dos and Don'ts: Thanksgiving
By Staff
Posted: November 10, 2017

Do root for the Cowboys; they are America's Team.

Brandon Lee runs to the ball. / Ron Espinola • The Brand
The JV boy's soccer team wins the game against Sage Ridge
By Celest Castellanos
Posted: October 31, 2017

The JV boys soccer team had a dominating 7-1 win at home against Sage Ridge.

Klay Garner gets ready to tackle the runner./ Ron Espinola • The Brand
Junior Varsity football lost against Elko 19-18
By Emily Jock
Posted: October 26, 2017

The Buckaroos kicked off a home game against the Elko Indians, on October 12.

Hannah Growcock kicking the ball outside of her box./ Ron Espinola • The Brand
AOW: Hannah Growcock
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: October 23, 2017

Junior Hannah Growcock was chosen as Athlete of the Week by coach Joelle Cooper of the JV girls soccer team.

Katie Ruttenber./Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: What is the most important thing in your life and why?
By Samm Sharp
Posted: October 20, 2017

“My parents because they teach me what I need to know to succeed.”

Melanie Magaña./Courtesy•Winnada
POW: Melanie Magaña
By Celest Castellanos
Posted: October 20, 2017

Junior Melanie Magaña, was picked as Performer of the Week by art teacher Ms. Cassie Jenkins.

Juliana Ruiz jumping to block a spike. / Ron Espinola • The Brand
AOW: Juliana Ruiz
By Clarissa Olson
Posted: October 20, 2017

Juliana Ruiz was chosen as the freshman volleyball Athlete of the Week, by coach, Skylar Estes.

Mateo Flores./ Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: What is your definition of happiness?
By Victor Castaneda
Posted: October 18, 2017

''To be stress free and doing something you love.''

Freshman football getting ready to run a play./Samm Sharp • The Brand
Lowry beats Dayton at Homecoming game
By Samm Sharp
Posted: October 17, 2017

The freshman Bucks kicked off their homecoming game against Dayton on October 6.

Senior Alyssa Kuskie, stopping  junior Hannah Growcock from making a touchdown./ Tara Bourland • The Brand
Genderbent Football: This is Powder Puff
By Clarissa Olson
Posted: October 17, 2017

Lowry's annual homecoming Powder Puff game took place on Monday, October 2 after the homecoming parade.

Seth Hornbarger (left), Evan Jeppsen (middle), Noah Walker (right) rehearsing their lines before the big day/ Peyton Capellen • The Brand
Drama prepares for 'Beowulf'
By Riley Sakurada
Posted: October 16, 2017

The upcoming play "Beowulf" is a user friendly play you can watch with the family.

Anthony Cuevas takes the ball up the line./Ron Espinola • The Brand
Varsity boys soccer loses 6-0 to North Tahoe
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: October 16, 2017

On Friday, October 6, the varsity boys soccer team lost at home against North Tahoe, 6-0.

The sophomores try to hit the ball back over./Courtesy • Winnada
Juniors victorious in this year’s He-man Volleyball
By Peyton Capellen
Posted: October 12, 2017

Last Tuesday boys from each class suited up in tights and cutoffs to compete in the annual...

Janelle Cassar./Courtesy • Winnada
POW: Janelle Cassar
By Natalia Navarrete
Posted: October 12, 2017

Janelle Cassar, a senior, was chosen by Ms. Julia Topholm for Performer of the Week.

Sydney Scott./ Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: What are you looking forward to the most this Homecoming week?
By Emily Jock
Posted: October 6, 2017

“I’m looking forward to the football game on Friday night. Also the dance because I will ...

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JV girls soccer fall to Truckee
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: October 5, 2017

The JV girls soccer played Truckee at home on Friday, September 29 and lost 3-1.

Dorsey Naveran/Courtesy • Winnada
AOW: Dorsey Naveran
By Samm Sharp
Posted: October 4, 2017

Junior Dorsey Naveran was chosen by coach Taua Cabatbat for Athlete of the Week.

Ixklali Mendoza./ Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: What would you do with a million dollars?
By Natalia Navarrete
Posted: October 4, 2017

“Why do I need money to be happy…..that's stupid.”

Kelcey Cooper takes the ball up the field./ Ron Espinola • The Brand
JV girls soccer take home the win against Spartans
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: October 1, 2017

The JV girls soccer team beat Spring Creek 2-1, Wednesday, September 20.

Abbie Pettis takes the ball away from an Elko attacker./Ron Espinola • The Brand
Lady Bucks tie South Tahoe 1-1
By Samm Sharp
Posted: October 3, 2017

Lowry soccer traveled to South Tahoe on September 16 and it was a close game.

Victoria Jancito./ Courtesy • Winnada
JV girls volleyball play tough game against Fallon
By Celest Castellanos
Posted: October 3, 2017

The JV girls volleyball team has been having a good season so far.

Danielle Terou./Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: Who’s your idol?
By Riley Sakurada
Posted: October 2, 2017

“My mom, she is strong, kind and a great role model.”

Ryan Johnson./ Courtesy • Winnada
POW: Ryan Johnson
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: October 2, 2017

Senior Ryan Johnson, who is involved in both Drama and Stagecraft, was picked as Performer...

Hannah Growcock dribbling the ball during a home game./ Ron Espinola • The Brand
Girls JV soccer shuts out Sage Ridge
By Clarissa Olson
Posted: September 30, 2017

On Friday, September 22, the JV girl’s soccer team traveled to Sage Ridge School in Reno...

Angel Galarza throws the ball to a teammate./Ron Espinola • The Brand
AOW: Angel Galarza
By Riley Sakurada
Posted: September 29, 2017

Sophomore Angel Galarza was chosen for Athlete of the Week by JV coach, Brian Shettler.

Jace Mentaberry runs through a tackle./Dylan Kalkoske • Winnada
Varsity football takes a loss 9-6 against Wooster High
By Riley Sakurada
Posted: September 29, 2017

The Varsity football team had a devastating loss to Wooster High, Friday night 9-6 winning score is always first.

Anthony Peterson run the ball against Spring Creek. /Shelby Garrison • Winnada
Varsity football takes loss against Truckee 39-8
By Emily Jock
Posted: September 27, 2017

The Buckaroos kicked off an away game against Truckee on September 15.

Alexis Wilkerson./ Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: How is your school year going so far?
By Emily Jock
Posted: September 26, 2017

“It’s going great, it's nice not having to go to school for a full day. It also feels good to ...

Adam Dossey makes a great catch./Ron Espinola • The Brand
AOW: Adam Dossey
By Natalia Navarrete
Posted: September 25, 2017

Freshman, Adam Dossey was chosen as Athlete of the Week by Coach Adam Sorenson of ...

Alexander Femat/Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: Who is your favorite musical artist and why?
By Samm Sharp
Posted: September 25, 2017

“Linkin Park because I have been listening to them since I was 10. R.I.P. Chester.”

Gaven Ross./Courtesy • Winnada
POW: Gaven Ross
By Samm Sharp
Posted: September 25, 2017

Senior Gaven Ross, was selected by Paul Criddle for Performer of the Week.

Domonick Solis./ Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: What is your favorite sport?
By Celest Castellanos
Posted: September 22, 2017

"I like the sport basketball because it’s a fun and fast game to watch and play." Domonick...

Hunter Albisu • Winnada
AOW: Hunter Albisu
By Victor Castaneda
Posted: September 13, 2017

Senior Hunter Albisu, was chosen Athlete of the Week by coach Kristen Flanders for cross country.

Ashley Salgado./ Courtesy • Winnada
Performer of the Week: Ashley Salgado
By Clarissa OlsonPosted: September 22, 2017

Junior Ashley Salgado was chosen as Performer of the Week by music director, Paul Criddle.

Brittney Jacaway goes up for a kill./Dylan Kalkoske • The Brand
AOW: Brittany Jacaway
By Emily Jock
Posted: September 15, 2017

Senior Brittany Jacaway of the varsity volleyball team was picked as Athlete of the ...

Lindsey Myers./Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: What is some advice that you have for the freshman?
By Clarissa Olson
Posted: September 15, 2017

“Don’t be worried about the other kids.”

Kalifornia O’Connor, sophomore

Hailey Fernandez takes the ball down the line./ Ron Espinola • The Brand
AOW: Hailey Fernandez
By Celest Castellanos
Posted: September 15, 2017

Junior Hailey Fernandez was picked as Athlete of the Week by coach Jennifer Partee ...

Lindsey Myers./Courtesy • Winnada
Lowry Voices: What is your favorite thing about Fall?
By Julianna Gonzalez
Posted: September 13, 2017

“October in general. I’m excited for season two of ‘Stranger Things’...

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