The Roar

Meet: Kerem Prolux

March 23, 2017

Mr. Potomac Falls  contestant  Kerem Prolux  plans on doing nothing other than taking the crown. His...

Meet: Jared Brennan

March 23, 2017

Mr.Potomac Falls contestant Jared Brennan plans on keeping a family tradition going, his brother Colin...

Meet Anthony Lopresti

Meet Anthony Lopresti

March 23, 2017

 An extremely outspoken, and witty individual, senior Anthony Lopresti has been ready to fulfill his d...

Meet Denys Ovchynnikov

Meet Denys Ovchynnikov

March 23, 2017

The talented Ukrainian Denys Ovchynnikov is part of the PFHS Boys’ Swim Team and likes to be a little ...

Meet Jaylen Shird

March 23, 2017

  A humble senior on the track and ultimate frisbee teams, Jaylen Shird plans to take the crown with hi...

Potomac Falls Just Wants to Have Fun

Trinity Green, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Q & A with SCA Vice President Jack Taylor Q: Why change the Snowcoming dance? A:“[Student Council Association] knew it wasn't working, so we wanted to shake it up because we don't want to keep using a broken machine. It’s [the spring fling] at least trying to give people a different experience than what they h...

The Harvard Debate

The Harvard Debate

March 1, 2017

   On Feb. 18, six members of the Potomac Falls Debate Club took a plane to Cambridge, Massachusetts to...

Standing Together

Standing Together

February 21, 2017

 In a response to the current presidential agenda, including a recent ban on traveling from certain p...

Top 4 Quarterbacks of all time

Top 4 Quarterbacks of all time

February 14, 2017

Tom Brady (New England Patriot: 2000- Present) A sixth round draft pick, now five time Super Bowl winner, Tom...

Solid Advice from the Sophomore Soft Talk

Solid Advice from the Sophomore Soft Talk

February 8, 2017

With the first semester coming to a close, measures are being taken to prepare this year’s sophomores...

Settling the Score

Kyra Breslow, Managing Editor

February 7, 2017

Filed under Student Life

  Every year the students and faculty face off on the court to settle the score once and for all, that is until the next year. The teachers are on a winning streak, but this could be the game in which the students come out on top. “I want to show up all the teachers, and I want them to know that the students are better t...

Pathetic Panthers

Olivia Miller, Co-Editor-In-Chief

January 31, 2017

Filed under Student Life

  Compared to previous school years, senior participation has never been so low. Whether it is attendance at a pep rally, sporting events, a school play or after school activities, the involvement of the class of 2017 is rapidly decreasing. Many of the students believe that these events are “lame” or no longer exciting.  ...

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