The Red & Blue

Junior Kevin Tolotti keeps passion for golf and basketball, working on skills for future seasons

Marisa Sandoval, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2020

A passion for being outdoors and playing golf is not something that can be stolen from junior Kevin Tolotti even during a world pandemic. Most of Tolotti’s life revolves around playing golf. This would have been his first year playing Varsity golf, but has been on the course his entire life. Tolotti...

Corona-Diaries: A Week in a Newspaper Staff’s Life

Kochia Krum, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2020

Friday April 17: Today I completed all my school work and I was excited that it was Friday! I watched the movie “Go Carts” on Netflix with my family which was really funny. I also made a chocolate mug cake for the first time today. It tasted great.  Saturday April 18: I got to sleep in today b...

Basketball a priority for Adia Walker, works on skills on and off the court

Kochia Krum, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2020

Even with life on hold, basketball is still a priority for Freshmen Adia Walker. Walker has been playing basketball ever since she started in second grade just for fun.  “I just started and never stopped,” Walker said.  Walker made the Varsity team this year as a freshman. This was something she was wo...

Mirczak keeps busy at home

Madison Freeman, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2020

Math Teacher April Mirczak is not only learning new ways of teaching, but also teaching her students the importance of socializing. Mirczak, on average, taught 185 students every day before quarantine, but now she is adapting her classroom to the current circumstances. “Not being able to see anyone in person re...

Ochs continues supporting students, keeping in touch

Teacher Matthew Ochs has continued to support his students by checking up on them using Zoom.

Gannyn Dunn, Junior Editor

May 4, 2020

Through these difficult times that all students and staff are facing, teachers like Matthew Ochs take the extra step to make their students feel a little normal. With Zoom calls, Reminds and “Monday Morning Howdys,” AP U.S. History teacher Ochs keeps in touch with his students daily.  “I s...

Oxborrow makes the best of quarantine

Liam Hayward, Junior Editor

April 27, 2020

After news that the Washoe County school district is keeping schools closed for the rest of the year, many students are sad and disappointed. Seniors are missing out on a proper graduation ceremony, and sports and activities are cancelled. Although we are still technically in school, as we are distance l...

Hulse continues soccer career virtually

Madison Freeman, Staff Reporter

April 27, 2020

There is nothing, not even self-isolation, that  can stop freshman Carli Hulse from pursuing her passion of soccer. Hulse has had a connection with soccer since the age of five, and said ever since she has loved the sport. Even though Hulse can’t keep practicing with her fellow teammates, she keeps...

Clark finds community at Reno High

Clark is passionate about her faith and hopes to start a Young Life club for people who are like-minded.

Maggie Arden, Editor in Chief

April 17, 2020

Freshmen Isabelle Clark has taken the adjustment to high school in stride, and has set out to become involved within the school to enjoy the experience. Clark is involved with track, and said she loves running and enjoys being on the RHS team. Not only is she involved in this aspect, but she enjo...

Stott forms “long-distance” band, explores music interest

Tyler Hofmann, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2020

Whether six feet apart or an entire state apart, sophomore Ella Stott and her close friend Max Lee have decided to form a band in hopes to further their music careers, taking up new instruments to learn and teach each other as they go.  The band’s name is currently undecided, but the title “Brain...

Doyle continuing to pursue journalism and cheer

Doyle, co-editor in chief of the ReWaNe yearbook, plans on continuing her education in journalism.

Josie Ruyak, Opinion Editor

April 17, 2020

Senior Alyssa Doyle throughout her high school career has been nothing but involved to say the least; she participated in Varsity Cheerleading, Leadership and is the Co-Editor in Chief for the ReWaNe Yearbook. Senior year for Doyle was very special and bittersweet and now with her reflecting back on...

Corona-Diaries: A Week in a Newspaper Staff’s Life

Corona-Diaries: A Week in a Newspaper Staff's Life

Marisa Sandoval, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2020

April 10- I have taken this time to really catch up on sleep. There is not a morning I am up before nine. To no one's surprise as a teenager, I go to bed way too late. I try to get outside for at least an hour every day. Today I did my favorite hike, Cross Peak, with my dog Charley. The best way for m...

Medal takes on leadership role, expands horizons

Maggie Arden, Editor in Chief

April 17, 2020

Senior Gavin Medal has his hands full with a number of impressive activities. From Leadership to Future Business Leaders of America, and even a medical internship last semester, Medal does it all.  As Northern Region Vice President for FBLA, and his position encompases 11 high schools. He oversees the...

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