THE SKIER SCRIBBLER

Introducing Luis

Martinez and friends pose for a picture at the Summit Convention

Maria King, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013

Whether you have seen him flying down the hallways in a fiery rage, or skipping along, happy as could be, junior Luis Martinez has a very noticeable presence here at Aspen High School. Co-president of the Gay Straight Alliance club, member of the cross-country and track teams, and avid participant...

Racing for Severy at AHS

Aspen’s first varsity runner Hudson McNamee runs down into Haleakala

Jessica Tyler, Editor

October 22, 2013

On October 5, 2013, the Aspen High School participated in their only home cross-country meet, the Chris Severy Invitational. At this year’s 15th annual race, the team finished with runners placing in the top 23 for both girls and boys junior varsity and varsity. The Chris Severy course begins at...

Sickly Skiers

The blizzard came in right as the buzzer sounded at the homecoming football game on September 28.

Tess Schaftel, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013

It's not quite flu season yet, although it seems the entire Aspen High School student body is coughing, sneezing, and staying home from school and especially practice. Clearly, the person who has brought this nasty plague upon us has let it go viral, leaving sports teams missing their athletes. Obviously...

Just Keep Swimming

(from left to right) Kelcie, Kelli Callahan, Nina Christensen, and Claire Collier at the 2013 Western Slope Regional Championships. This was out 4x100 free relay

Jordan Cramer, Staff Writer

October 18, 2013

When life’s got you down you know what you’ve gotta do? Just keep swimming just keep swimming just keep swimming. With these inspiring words from Dori Finding Nemo in mind, AHS student Kelcie Gerson prepares herself for the possibility of spending the next four years as a Division I swimmer at her...

Joana Ospina Takes France

Joana Ospina smiles in front of beautiful France with her last host family.

Audrey Sichel, Editor

October 18, 2013

When it comes to France, most may think of French fries and the Eiffel tower, senior Joana Ospina will always remember it as her other home. Ospina traveled to Montauaban, France with the help of the Rotary Club last year for eleven months. Having been a local in Aspen, Ospina found it difficult to get used to the city. “It was a bit weird at first and was defi...

Cheo Leaps into Gymnastics

Cheo does giants on the bars during her four hour practice.

Kim Sandbach, Staff Writer

October 18, 2013

Sophomore Madi Cheo flies off the bars in the gym at the Red Brick 5 days a week thinking, “Someday, this will be worth it.” As the only competitive gymnast at Aspen High School, Cheo hopes to continue pursuing her passion in college. This requires focus, determination, and a lot of hard work in...

Showcase Story #4

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July 20, 2012

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Test Showcase #5

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July 20, 2012