Best of SNO High School Edition

Scholar, singer, and softball star

Scholar, singer, and softball star

Christina Davenport

May 8, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Showcase

Multitalented and hardworking senior, Caroline Rice, combines rigorous courses with amazing athletic performance in softball, as well as singing and donating her time to church events. Rice is currently enrolled in a total of four AP classes, including Government & Economics, Calculus, Literature,...

Twins who tumble together stay together

Twins who tumble together stay together

Becky Hoving

April 24, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Showcase, Sports

No, you’re not seeing double when you see Kristen Onorato ’15 and Pamela Onorato ’15 mount the beams at their gym, Arena Gymnastics, or tumble their way to national rankings. Kristen and Pamela are identical twins, but they have distinct personalities that set them apart. Arena Gymnastics coach...

Twins make working out a career

Twins make working out a career

Morgan Collier

April 24, 2015


Filed under Health, Profiles

For most young adults, working out is simply a hobby. Many may enjoy winding down with a long run after a hectic day or lift weights to relieve stress. For 21-year old twins Danielle and Deanna Inzano, it’s a different story. At a young age, they have already managed to turn their love of working out...

Trent Tuttle mentioned us in a post

Trent Tuttle mentioned us in a post

Miranda Blaine

April 22, 2015


Filed under Profiles

On March 12, I received a Facebook notification that read "Trent Tuttle mentioned you in a post." I felt that it was quite odd, seeing how Tuttle and I are distant acquaintances. The post went like this: When is the Kearsley Eclipse going to do a personal profile on me? I think I'm interesting. Here are so...

Figuring it out along the way

Figuring it out along the way

Stephanee Smith

April 20, 2015


Filed under Profiles

Junior Ashley Perez always wanted to be a younger mom so that she could be more involved in her kid's life. Perez gave birth to her first baby, Michael, earlier than expected--during her sophomore year. Perez is currently pregnant with her second child. Her due date is July 21. "I was happy when I...

Fashion-forward feminism

Fashion-forward feminism

Spencer Goff

April 9, 2015


Filed under Profiles

Senior Jourdan Gilbert wore a skirt that hovered a couple inches above her knees and a sweater that stopped just where the skirt began high on her hips. The buttoned shirt under the sweater cinched snugly around her neck. Against the masses of students wearing jeans and t-shirts, Gilbert stood out. On...

Remembering WWII POW Hayden Walk

Remembering WWII POW Hayden Walk

Kathleen Cempa

April 2, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Showcase

Here is yet another beautiful use of the longform story template, from Kathleen Cempa of the Eagle Eye News. This well-written and evocative piece is brought to life with various artifacts, documents, photos, hand-written letters, even telegrams. A very interesting read and a lovely tribute. Seventy years ago t...

Against all odds, single father succeeds

Against all odds, single father succeeds

Beth Mauthe

March 26, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Showcase

A giant grin and a giggle bubbled out from the one-year-old’s mouth as she stumbled and reached out her hands to her dad. "Da-da! Da-da!" Senior Gabriel Rutledge glowed with pride and happiness as he watched his baby girl take her first steps. Rutledge is working against all odds and opinions to...