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Cheerleading and Football Seniors Honored

February 18, 2020 by

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At the end of every football season, the sideline cheerleading squad and football team have their annual senior walk as peers say their final goodbyes to the seniors who have put in years of hard work and dedication to the programs. The senior walk consists of a team dinner that is then followed by the […]

Seniors Mikayla Moats and Kevin Bartosh Sign Letters of Intent

February 6, 2020 by

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In 2019, seniors Kevin Bartosh and Mikayla Moats signed their National letters of intent. Kevin’s was for Penn State track-and-field, and Mikayla’s was for East Stroudsburg University soccer. Both students feel as though, after they signed the letters, they were stress-free. “It takes some pressure off me. I still need to keep working hard in […]

Fleetwood Boys Soccer Dominates Lancaster Mennonite for their 13th District Championship

February 5, 2020 by

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In a battle between Fleetwood and Lancaster Mennonite, Fleetwood players enjoyed victory in avenging last year’s loss. Their great achievement resulted in the Tigers’ thirteenth district championship. Fleetwood junior Hunter Smith scored the winning goal after dribbling down the sideline with six minutes, twenty-five seconds remaining in overtime.   Smith was fired up once overtime had […]

Fleetwood Boys’ Basketball Starting Up

January 17, 2020 by

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What’s a better way to spend a cold winter night than sitting in a warm gym watching the Fleetwood Tigers boys’ basketball team win?  The basketball season is getting very close, and the boys are excited to get out there and play the court. After all those long practices and plays they have to learn, […]

Zion Williamson Regular Season Debut Delayed from Injury

January 13, 2020 by

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Zion Williamson, the 2019 number one draft pick, has suffered an injury during the preseason that will have him out for the first six to eight weeks of the NBA season. His athleticism is what sparked the public interest in him, dating all the way back to high school. Since then, he has faced some […]

Fleetwood Stadium Finds Its Footing with New Turf

November 20, 2019 by

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The new stadium turf is one thing to talk about.  More important is how excited and pumped these players are about the turf on which they get to play. Fleetwood Area School District purchased brand-new stadium turf this year. It has more cushion than the old turf and shows the brand new Tigers’ logo. There […]

Fleetwood Golf Season Comes to an End

November 18, 2019 by

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The Fleetwood Area High School Golf team’s improvement from last season was highlighted by three senior leaders this year.  The golf team surpassed their record from last season by one match this year. The Golf team is led by Trent Gerhringer, Jake Hess, and Zach Sell. The team is coached by study hall monitor Mr. […]

Fleetwood Football Starts Strong

October 16, 2019 by

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The Fleetwood Tigers’ football team has turned its program around. They have improved offensively and defensively, all with the help of a new offensive game plan and some new players. With losing seasons since 2014, the Fleetwood Tigers now have a chance of having a very successful year. The team has had a strong start […]

Fleetwood Homecoming Offers a Wide Range of Events to Show School Spirit

October 10, 2019 by

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What’s a better way to spend a weekend than to join Fleetwood Area High School in various fun events to show school spirit?  Homecoming at Fleetwood Area High School is a fun and creative way to bring the student body together. There are many activities for students during the school day as well as after. […]

Fleetwood Boys Tennis Prepares for Upcoming Season

June 12, 2019 by

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The Fleetwood Boys’ Tennis team is preparing for their new season to get under way. The team is hopeful that they can use their depth to win a lot of matches this season. “We’re slightly better than the average team due to the depth of our lineups,” senior Justin Kramer said. The team is led […]

Virginia Takes Home March Madness Win

June 11, 2019 by

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After unforgettable moments, March Madness concluded with Virginia defeating Texas Tech. When March Madness started mid-April, Zion Williamson and the Duke Blue Devils were favorites to take home the title. In the first round, Duke blew by sixteen-seed North Dakota State by 23. Murray State’s Ja Morant had social media blowing up about his first […]

Fleetwood and Schuylkill Valley Combine to Make Joint Lacrosse Team

June 4, 2019 by

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The FAHS girls’ lacrosse team’s season took off with a great start. Fleetwood girls combined with the Schuylkill Valley lacrosse team to work hard towards a wonderful season. This is the third year that the Schuylkill Valley girls’ lacrosse team has existed and accepted Fleetwood players to join the team. The team consists of 35 […]

Rob Gronkowski Inducted into Hall of Fame

May 29, 2019 by

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After nine seasons of dominating defenses, Rob Gronkowski decided it is time to hang up the cleats. Not only is Rob Gronkowski a Hall of Famer for how he played on the field, but he is also remembered by his wild actions outside of sports. Clips of Gronk have surfaced the web of him dancing […]

Fleetwood Varsity Cheer Squad Win Nationals

April 26, 2019 by

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In late February, Fleetwood’s varsity cheer squad competed in a nationwide tournament against other high schools known as the Cheer Movement National Competition. The country’s best squads would compete for the Grand Champion title. A lot has happened on  the way to the top, but Fleetwood was able to come out as number one in […]

Fleetwood Hockey Starts Strong, Ends with a Loss

February 21, 2019 by

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Last season, Fleetwood combined with Oley Valley’s and Muhlenberg’s ice hockey teams, but this season, they entered without Muhlenberg. Fleetwood started off slow in their first game, putting up a rough showing against the Schuylkill Valley team, losing 8-3. The team didn’t take long to bounce back. They came out strong in their next meeting […]

Philadelphia Eagles Have a Carson Wentz Dilemma

February 18, 2019 by

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The Philadelphia Eagles have an interesting dilemma at the quarterback position, Carson Wentz or Nick Foles? The team, as of January 15, have elected to continue forward with Carson Wentz at the helm. This has evoked reactions from many Eagles fans. Some like this move, and some wanted to see the team go with Nick […]

January Kicks Off NFL Playoffs

January 31, 2019 by

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Wild Card weekend kicked off on 5 January with the Colts easily defeating the Texans 21-7 and then the Cowboys defeating the Seahawks 24-22; this was the only non-Wild Card team to win on Wild Card weekend. On Sunday, the Chargers and Ravens battled it out first, with the Chargers holding on to win 23-17. […]

Former Fleetwood Graduates Inducted into Fleetwood Sports Hall of Fame

January 30, 2019 by

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Chris Unger, Dale Faust, and Barry Koch were inducted into the Fleetwood Sports Hall of Fame on 27 December. The ceremony included opening remarks from Superintendent Dr. Greg Miller followed by a guest speaker, Dale Cullin. The three alumni were then inducted and introduced before the boys’ basketball game in the gymnasium. The selection committee […]

Girls Basketball Expected to End at Top of Division

January 18, 2019 by

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The Fleetwood girls basketball team is ready for the upcoming season. The team planned to use tenacious defense and a determined mindset to end at the top of the division. Jason Guarente of the Reading Eagle spelled out the Tigers’ defensive game plan and calls junior Michaela Kaskey a player to watch out for this […]

Boston Red Sox Win 2018 World Series

January 9, 2019 by

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On 23 October, the 2018 Major League Baseball World Series Championship began. The Los Angeles Dodgers were set to take on the Boston Red Sox. Coming into the postseason, the Red Sox held the best regular season record in the Majors with 108 wins and 54 losses. They defeated the New York Yankees in four […]

Fleetwood Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

January 8, 2019 by

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Fleetwood seniors Caitlin Bower and Rebekah Earnest signed their national letters of intent to play volleyball and soccer at Wilkes University and Liberty University, respectively. Caitlin, signing to play volleyball at Wilkes, is very excited for the opportunity to play her favorite sport at a great school with a great coach. “I really liked the […]

Fleetwood Basketball Back for the Season

January 7, 2019 by

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Fleetwood basketball started their season on 7 December 2018 against Bloomsburg High School. It was one of two games they played that weekend. Last year, the Tigers lost to Bloomsburg, but this year they looked to get revenge. Coming into this year, the Tigers’ past three years have all been losing records. Coach Terry Sitler […]

Fleetwood Secures Fourth State Title

December 17, 2018 by

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On 17 November 2018, it was a chilly Saturday afternoon at Hershey Park Stadium. Fleetwood squared off against Deer Lakes, looking to capture their fourth state title. The team went back and forth with shots, but no one was able to put the ball in the net during regulation. Sam Schappell helped the team throughout […]

Fleetwood Takes Home Annual Hall of Fame Game

December 5, 2018 by

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On Friday, 26 October 2018, the Fleetwood Tigers took on the Kutztown Cougars in the annual Hall of Fame Game. The Tigers were dominating the first half, and continued to dominate throughout the whole game. Fleetwood starting quarterback Kevin Bartosh only played the first half but went 4-9 with a touchdown pass. “It doesn’t bother […]