It’s a Wonderful Life— a Holiday Treat!

The Senior class does a wonderful job pulling on the heartstrings with their rendition of It’s a Wonderful Life. Gus Gilreath as George Bailey plays his role with emotion and a bit of Jimmy Stewart from the original movie classic. Peyton Couch embodies his role as the despicable Potter so well that the audience wants to cry out, “No!” when he palms the profit from the unknowing and bumbling Uncle Billy played by Cameron Woodard.

The nostalgic and warm music during the scene changes saturates the auditorium and allows the audience to slow down, think, remember, and feel during this holiday season!

Pictures taken by Eagle’s Eye staff reporter, Leah Tidwell.

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Teams Dominate the Court in Season Opener!

White-Out! This was the theme of the basketball season opener. On this balmy November day, it is difficult to image white out conditions in the weather; however, both basketball teams blinded the opposition on the court this past Tuesday night! Girls’ final score was 43-16  while the boys’ team ended with a score of 62-29! Great start to the season!

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Festival of the Infected: Zombie Invasion

The Eagle’s Eye Newspaper staff will be hosting a Festival of the Infected. Come release your inner zombie. Participate in the ZombOlympics, compete in the Face-off special effects make-up contest, and watch the retro classic, Night of the Living Dead.

Tickets will be on sale Monday, Oct. 31st through Thursday, Nov. 3rd for $5 at the top of the Grand Hall stairs. You must buy a ticket in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door. Signed parent permission forms must be turned in to purchase a ticket.

Form your 4-person teams for the ZombOlympics and sign up for the Face-off contest when you purchase your ticket. Concessions will be available at the event.

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Fly, Eagles, Fly!

Cross Country Teams Perform Well

Girls’ cross country team members, Destnie Howell, Chloee Adams, Chace Bawcum, and Olivia Plunkett all ran with times in the upper fifty percent in their first meet.

The boys’ cross county team performed well with all participants coming in with times 22:54 or under.

Good work, EHHS Runners!

 

Faculty Play: Good Cop, Bad Cop

 

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The Chief has assigned her two top detectives an urgent mission—find out who has been switching the street signs…or else lose their badges. Who’s the good cop? Bad cop? They use their routine as they try to extract information and find the culprit. Could it have been the typical trouble-making teenager? The hair-twisting valley girl? The tough biker chick? The want-to-be escape artist? The Eagle Mascot? Grandma?….A BABY??? How about Mario, the plumber, (who emphatically states he does not want to be paid in mushrooms) with his brother Luigi? A far-out, way-cool drama teacher? Or, is it someone no one would ever suspect?