Online Content for The Pulse student publication at Mooresville High School in Mooresville, Indiana.
Adviser- Ada Clark
Editor- Kimmy Turley
Reporters- Maranda Flannery, Jazzlynn Fields, Noah Justus, Arionna Moore, Abbi Price, Shelby Swain, Kimmy Turley
Meet the Player: Xander Lowry by Noah Justus
I got the chance to sit down and ask senior football player, Xander Lowry, about the season so far and how he has played a role in it.
Q: How many years have you played high school football?
A: “I’ve played all four years including this one.”
Q: What got you into the sport?
A: “I’ve played since I was in little league and I’ve always loved it, but I guess you could say my parents got me into it.”
Q: What do you enjoy about the sport?
A: “I really love being able to compete and hanging out with my friends and football lets me do both of those things at once.”
Q: What position do you play?
A: “I’m the varsity defensive corner for the team.”
Q: How do think this season has gone so far?
A: “I was kind of worried after losing some of our star players last year, but after the first few games I realized we would be fine. I’ve really enjoyed this season as a whole. The team seems super close this year.”
Q: Personally, how has your season gone this year?
A: “I think I’ve gotten a lot better this year. It might just be that I have more experience under my belt, but I think I got a lot stronger and faster over the summer thanks to Coach Ray. So I guess you could say I'm pretty happy with my season.”
Corona-Virus and Grocery Stores Part 1
With the corona-virus growing on the media and spreading locally, panic has grown among citizens. These panics are causing people to quarantine themselves, or worry about what will happen if they were to have to quarantine themselves. Just in case people have to quarantine, they are preparing by buying canned foods, disinfecting wipes, and toilet paper, and stores are having a hard time keeping all of these supplies in stock. The stores are quickly running out of supplies and can make some pretty ridiculous sights. Upload your craziest pictures from the stores to our Google Form below.