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The Bobcat Prowl

The Bobcat Prowl

The Student News Site of South Windsor High School

The Bobcat Prowl

Left to right: Marlena Klein, Anna Armstrong, Coach Flaschbart, Jessica Polito, and Sonali Chokshi pose for a picture at the end-of-the-year banquet last year

Track and Field starts on March 18th…Here’s why you should look forward to the season

Jessica Polito
March 11, 2019

As spring sports begin try-outs and start to put their teams together, girls outdoor track and field is preparing differently. As a no-cut team, outdoor track competes with any athletes that decide to...

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WWE Legend King Kong Bundy dies at age 61

Jacob Chaimovitch
March 8, 2019

Christopher Alan Pallies, better known by his ring name as King Kong Bundy, died on March 4th, 2019 at the age of 61. The cause is unknown, but the WWE universe and staff are still devastated by the loss....

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NHL Eastern Conference Trade Deadline Grades

NHL Eastern Conference Trade Deadline Grades

Jacob Chaimovitch
March 3, 2019

With the February 25th Trade Deadline over and done with, it’s now time to break down each Eastern Conference team’s moves from the beginning of the 2018-2019 season (October 3rd) to now and give them...

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NHL Western Conference Trade Deadline Grades

NHL Western Conference Trade Deadline Grades

Jacob Chaimovitch
March 3, 2019

With the February 25th Trade Deadline over and done with, it’s now time to break down each Western Conference team’s moves from the beginning of the 2018-2019 season (October 3rd) to now and give them...

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Girls Varsity Basketball Eliminated from Playoffs

Girls Varsity Basketball Eliminated from Playoffs

Josh Hobbs
February 28, 2019

On Tuesday night, the South Windsor Girls Varsity Basketball team lost their away playoff game against the E.O. Smith, ending their season for the year. South Windsor was in the game up until the 4th quarter,...

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Bobcat Wrestlers Find Success at State Opens

Livi LaRosa
February 26, 2019

This past weekend, three South Windsor varsity wrestlers wrestled at the Connecticut State Opens at James Hillhouse High School in New Haven. Seniors, Billy Oulundsen, Dan Sullivan and Cooper Nodden all...

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An Overview of the SWHS Cheer Season

An Overview of the SWHS Cheer Season

Jillian Thibodeau
February 25, 2019

As the cheerleading season at South Windsor High School comes to an end, the team has accomplished a lot. Many may not know, but the season occurs in the fall and winter, but they cheer at different games...

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WWE Legend Pedro Morales dies at age 76

WWE Legend Pedro Morales dies at age 76

Dakota Skinner
February 22, 2019

WWE Hall of Fame star, Pedro Morales, died at the age of 76, on February 12th. His death was caused by his ongoing battle with Parkinson’s disease. Morales was known as the first triple crown winner,...

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Projected No. 1 Overall Pick in NBA Draft Goes Down with Knee Injury

Projected No. 1 Overall Pick in NBA Draft Goes Down with Knee Injury

Josh Hobbs
February 22, 2019

On Wednesday night, Duke freshman, Zion Williamson, hurt his right knee 33 seconds in a highly anticipated match against North Carolina. Williamson was dribbling along the left side of the arc and came...

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WWE is debuting their NXT Rookies differently…and they’re doing it wrong

Jacob Chaimovitch
February 21, 2019

I’ve been a WWE fan since around late 2013 and actively watching since Wrestlemania 32. I may not be a WWE History buff but I can still be a fan. As a fan, one of the most exciting things about WWE has...

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Conference Championship Weekend Predictions

Conference Championship Weekend Predictions

Jacob Chaimovitch and Josh Hobbs
January 18, 2019

We started with 12 teams, we are down to four. Two teams from the AFC and two teams from the NFC. Coincidently, they are both the #1 and #2 seeds. The Los Angeles Rams travel to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome...

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Patricia Gerich (left) and team captain, Erin Dunn (right) at a competition.

2019 Gymnastics Team from the Eyes of the Captains

Jessica Polito
January 9, 2019

The small but close-knit gymnastics team at SWHS is starting to prepare for their fast approaching competition season. With their first meet on January 12th, the girls are excited to get started very soon....

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