The Warrior Ledger

Evolution of a legend

Evolution of a legend

Lydia Flores, Assistant Editor

April 20, 2016

On March 12th, 2016, Mr. Rodney Anderson was honored in the Spirit Week Assembly with the KSL/ Zions Bank Teacher Feature Award. Having taught Math for over 48 years, (plus a half year in Idaho that doesn’t count towards Utah retirement) Anderson has been at Taylorsville since it’s opening year in 19...

Programs aid latino students

Programs aid latino students

Carlos Gutierrez, Spanish Editor

April 20, 2016

Latino students make up 27% of the school's population. This makes them the highest non-Caucasian group in Taylorsville. But, in reality they’re the ones who are failing the most, the males are the ones that predominate this group. Even though teachers are doing everything that is possible to he...

Baseball team batting for a home run 2016 season

Baseball team batting for a home run 2016 season

Mckayla Philbrick, Reporter

April 19, 2016

The Taylorsville Warriors baseball team seems to have a bright season ahead of them. After many hours of practice the season has finally begun for 2016. So far, the baseball team has won six games and lost an equal amount. The region is tough this year and it is going to be interesting to see what...

Despite canceled games, soccer kicks off season

Despite canceled games, soccer kicks off season

Allen Sickler, Reporter

April 19, 2016

The Taylorsville Men’s Soccer team kicked their season off on Tuesday March 8th. This team consisting of young and older kids were playing against West at West’s home field. The game was a very good one but Taylorsville being the new team they are had quite the challenge as they fell to West 2-0. They ...

The Foodie Club: Chi Ku

The Foodie Club: Chi Ku

Hollie Link, Assistant Editor

April 19, 2016

Over the past a few months the corner of 5400s and Redwood has seen quite a few miraculous changes. One of these changes being all the new food options. The Opening of Chi-Ku had many patiently waiting for their fast and delicious curry or teriyaki bowl. When Chi-Ku opened in March they delivered all tha...

Police brutality: two sides to every story

Police brutality: two sides to every story

Keely Valdez, Assistant Editor

April 19, 2016

The saying, “there are two sides to every story” means there’s a right side and the wrong side. The true story can either be in plain sight or can be hidden away for many years. The truth is that most of the time,  no one ever knows the true story unless it’s the victim themselves or the at...

Staff Editorial: Existential crisis cause doubt

Staff Editorial: Existential crisis cause doubt

April 19, 2016

Children experience the world with a careless abandon and a sense of endless amusement for the most mundane things. As they grow older, that sense of wonder dims along with their natural curiosity. They stop asking why after every explanation. They start to conform, and soon  they become teenagers.Te...

How to begin preparation for the AP testing going on throughout May

How to begin preparation for the AP testing going on throughout May

Payton Wright, Reporter

April 18, 2016

Advanced Placement testing.  $91+ of death.  Is there any way to prepare for it?  Don’t lose hope, of course there is. There are endless sources to help with studying.  Sites like Quizlet.com and StudyBlue.com are helpful, free, and have most subjects with the matching vocabulary.  Be wary though, these websites are s...

Free from jail: several years of braces worth it

Free from jail: several years of braces worth it

Hannah Anderson, Reporter

April 17, 2016

Two years to life.  Well, normally just two years, but when the braces go on it feels like they’re never going to come off. “It doesn’t seem like a big thing, but getting my braces off was a big day.  It’s a rite of passage since you are becoming more of an adult,” said junior Isabel Fe...

Technology use limits social ties

Technology use limits social ties

Sierra Bryant, Reporter

April 16, 2016

Imagine getting home from school early ten years or so ago. It’s bright and sunny, the only thing on most kid’s minds back then was finishing homework so they could go outside and play with their friends. Now fast forward to the present, what is seen outside is not the same as it used to be; ther...

Softball uniting for the win

Softball uniting for the win

Jesse Vigil, Sports Editor

April 15, 2016

The softball team’s 2016 season is officially under way as they opened up on March 7th at home against Cyprus High. The lady warriors looked dominant in their first appearance this season thrashing Cyprus 15-0. After that first big victory the girls got to take a trip to an Arizona tournament for th...

Boys’ tennis team begins new season

Boys' tennis team begins new season

Jesse Vigil, Sports Editor

April 15, 2016

The boys’ tennis team here is coached by Rebecca Elkins. This year with tougher teams such as Bingham, the guys have some serious competition to play against. The team works hard in practice after school to prepare for their upcoming matches. Running back and forth along the baseline of the court can b...

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