Kings' Courier

The Fall Play

The Fall Play

Tianna Casner, Freshman Writer

November 15, 2019

Every fall and spring the Lewis Cass Drama Department puts on a play. Two plays a year is a lot of work, and it takes a lot of time, energy, and helping hands to make it to opening night and the two performances that follow. However, it goes without saying that the hard work and effort put into the plays...

Wrapping up Red Ribbon Week

Wrapping up Red Ribbon Week

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

November 10, 2019

Red Ribbon had turned out to be a successful week! We ended the week with an exciting pep session. At this pep session several students were dressed in costumes for the fact the pep session took place on Halloween. We used this pep session to present the fundraiser that had taken place all throughout ...

Marching Kings Advance to State

Marching Kings Advance to State

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer

November 8, 2019

The Lewis Cass Marching Kings advanced past semi-state, so the band will be performing at Lucas Oil Stadium this Saturday for state competition. The band will be performing at 6:25 p.m., and awards for Class D will take place at 7:10 pm. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students; these tickets...

Marching Kings Prepare for Semi-State

Marching Kings Prepare for Semi-State

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer

November 1, 2019

The Lewis Cass Marching Kings have been working hard to improve every part of the show while also adding new aspects. The show “The New Colossus” has been coming together well to represent the true meaning of the show: acceptance. The show is based on the poem “The New Colossus” which represent...

The Sweetest Victory

The Sweetest Victory

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

October 31, 2019

This past week was a stressful one. I had one of the biggest games of my life on Friday. This game was broadcast on the IHSAA brodcast and it was even on TV. It was one of the top games to watch in the state. There are a lot of people around the state waiting to see this game, which made the nerves wor...

The Two Biggest Games of the Season

October 25, 2019

Friday night, the Kings took on the Red Devils in a battle of wills. Everyone doubted us going into the game because the first time around they beat us 58-21, but this time it was a different story. We came into their stadium thinking the game was already over. We just wanted to get out of there and ...

Why Not?

Why Not?

Samuel Miller, Senior Writer

October 24, 2019

For those of you reading this who aren’t planning on attending Friday’s game, I ask you, “Why not?” Why wouldn’t every man, woman, and student in the Cass County area want to be apart of this historic night, and it is historic. This upcoming Friday is sure to be a record setting event for L...

Royal Rundown 7

Royal Rundown 7

October 24, 2019

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An Open Letter to My Girls

An Open Letter to My Girls

McKayla Thompson, Senior writer

October 21, 2019

Each year of cheerleading brings something a little different, but this year I can honestly say that cheerleading is something completely different than the years before. Our cheerleading team consists of 19 girls whose bond seems unbreakable.    Dear cheerleaders,  Starting off the yea...

Senior Night vs West Lafayette

Senior Night vs West Lafayette

Hannah Plauschin, Sophomore Writer

October 8, 2019

Everyone had been eager and anxious for the upcoming game. Not only were the seniors participating in fall sports making their big appearance in front of the huge football crowd, but also we were facing the West Lafayette Blue Devils, a 3A school. West Lafayette was ranked number one in their class just ...

The Forgotten Men On the Front Lines

The Forgotten Men On the Front Lines

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

October 2, 2019

Many people are involved in the victory over the Western Panthers, 49-20. The people most recognized for it are the backs. They are the ones who get Mr. Football or player of the year. They are the ones who get all the glory and all the reward, but what people do not understand is that it takes 11 people to w...

What is this legacy turning into?

What is this legacy turning into?

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

September 26, 2019

Toy Story 4 was one of the most anticipated Disney movies of the year. It was supposed to end the franchise in a huge way, but I thought the movie was very disappointing. The movie didn’t really end the franchise, it just moved in a different direction. The movie just didn’t live up to the hype. ...

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