War Whoop Online

The School Newspaper of Seminole High School

War Whoop Online

The School Newspaper of Seminole High School

War Whoop Online

The School Newspaper of Seminole High School

On your mark--Sophomore Gabriel Alaniz tenses for the start of the 50-yard freestyle at regionals in Andrews on Feb. 3. Alaniz, who got fourth, became a state qualifier on Wednesday, when his time qualified as one of the top eight wild cards.

STATEBOUND: Relay team cuts 9-plus seconds in regional performance

February 9, 2024

The Aqua Tribe’s 400-yard relay team of sophomore Carlos Arzate, senior Jeremiah Wolf, freshman Austin Peters and sophomore Gabryl Alaniz qualified for the state swim meet with a time of 3:49.02 regional...

Senior Alexia Gonzales squats  310 pounds at the home meet on Feb. 1. Gonzales took first overall in the 198-pound class, lifting a total of 810 pounds

Lifters to compete in Plains meet next week

Kadence Gandy, Staff Writer February 5, 2024

The power lifters will compete in Plains on Feb. 15.    Lifters new to the program are learning from their mistakes.    ‘‘They need to get comfortable with failure,” Maiden Coach Will McCallister...

Seeing double--The Pride of the Tribe performs during halftime on the field and on the scoreboard on Oct. 13.

Pride of the Tribe to march in area contest

October 13, 2023

The Pride of the Tribe will present its marching show, "The Haunted Music Box" at Area  UIL Marching Contest on Oct. 19 in Abilene after taking straight Division I ratings at the Region 16 contest on...

Gaining ground--
Senior running back Adam Garcia avoids the Mountain View defense during the Indians’ 58-14 win on Sept. 8. Garcia had 17 carries for 128 yards on the season.

Indians take 3-0 preseason record to Andrews tonight

Ingrid Lopez, Associate Editor September 15, 2023

Going into tonight’s rivalry game with Andrews, the Indians have a 3-0 record.   “This game is so important,” senior offensive lineman Jose Rosalez said. “Andrews made us their homecoming,...

Getting by--
Sophomore hitter Allison Lacy tries to get the ball past Levelland blockers during the second set on Sept. 12. The Maidens won the second set, 25-12, but lost the match in four sets.

Inexperience plagues Maidens

Melissa Gutierrez, Staff Writer September 14, 2023

The Maiden volleyball team has a record of 7-15 after falling to Levelland in four sets on Tuesday.   With only two returning from last year’s team, the Maidens have struggled to seal wins in preseason.  ...

Crowning moment--
2022 homecoming Queen Isabella Parkey crowns senior Yatziry Argonez Chavaria as the 2023 queen during halftime of the football game on Sept. 8.

HOMECOMING: Classes get down with week of events

September 12, 2023

 It was a week of  nostalgia as students  enjoyed “Dream On”   pajama Tuesday, “Play  That Funky Music” Wednesday, “Blinded by the Light” Thursday and “Take Me Home, Country...

Indian basketball to face Canyon in region quarterfinals

February 27, 2023

The Indian basketball team will face Canyon in the region quarterfinals on Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at Lubbock Christian University. The Indians (26-6) will be the visiting team, while Canyon (26-2) will...

Talking it over--Senior guard Hudson Harper listens to Coach Tanner Moore during a time out in the fourth quarter. Greenwood would win the game in a last second free throw.

DAY IN THE LIFE: Feb. 3 Basketball

February 6, 2023

This is a look at the events for basketball on Feb. 3.

Here, little piggy--
Junior Kloe Ruiz guides her Landrace pig Blanco  into the ring at the Gaines County Junior Livestock Show on Jan. 19. Blanco took second place.

SHOWING OFF: Livestock season begins for students

January 23, 2023

Gaines County agriculture, FFA and 4-H students spent Jan. 18-21 in the pens and show rings of the Gaines County buildings showing rabbits, swine, sheep and cattle.

Run, run, run--Junior Bianette Nava takes the ball down field during the first quarter of the powder puff game on Oct. 20.

NHS raises money with powder puff game

Rachel Froese and Mercedes Rey October 26, 2022

National Honor Society raised $4,412.72 with its powder puff game on Oct. 20. "We wanted to raise money for the American Cancer Society, specifically in Lubbock, and we thought breast cancer awareness...

Meet the team--Maidens are introduced before the Greenwood home game as they throw pink volleyballs to the crowd for cancer awareness on Oct. 22.

Maidens take on Greenwood (in photos)

October 25, 2022

The Maidens hosted Greenwood in the second round of district, falling 25-17, 25-27, 25-23, 25-15, on Oct. 22.

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