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Regan Orlando and Mason ClineFebruary 23, 2024
Shreya Ravi (‘24) is going to star as Judy in the Green Hope spring musical, 9 to 5. She strikes a pose in the chorus room where GH Theatre hosts many of their practices.
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Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events
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February 23, 2024
The Green Hope girls diving into a relay during the NCHSAA 4A State Championship Meet, with Green Hope athletes in lane five.
From pool to podium
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Pinning down the win
Pinning down the win
Zoe Westerlund and Deepa RameshFebruary 23, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events

Poll: Green Hope’s favorite sport student section themes

Athletic events at Green Hope are popular, with many games drawing over 100 students. The GH Falcon surveyed 107 students and staff to find out which student section theme was the overall favorite.

The GH Falcon surveyed students and staff to figure out the most popular sports theme. (Mason Dean)

 

1. Black out

In the lead as Green Hope staff and students’ favorite theme, black out won with eighteen votes.  For this theme, the student section was filled with people in all black outfits with eye-black stripes on their faces. Many seniors wore their black Green Hope graduation shirts to create a sense of community. 

2. USA

Being the second favorite theme, the Green Hope community enjoys dressing up for the USA games. In years past, students have worn outfits of founding fathers and shown up wearing American flags. This theme has always been popular and usually brings in large crowds. 

3. Neon out

As one of the favorites, students have transformed this theme from more than just neon out to also wearing construction-themed clothes. Reflective vests and hats are worn on top of neon clothes. Neon out is inarguably the most colorful theme. 

4. Pink out

In support of breast cancer, Green Hope staff and students wear all pink to a volleyball and football game every October. Many student section leaders also wear pink ribbons on their shirts to further represent breast cancer awareness month. People use pink eye-black and some students go as far as spray-painting their hair.

5. White out

Although this year’s white out football game against Panther Creek was rainy and cold, students and staff showed up sporting their white clothes. Many crowd members could be seen wearing rain jackets or even ponchos. Since this game was against Green Hope’s number one rival, many students wore the white “Fight for 55” t-shirts to cheer on the Falcons. 

6. Jersey out

As a fairly simple theme, jersey out is done by wearing a sports jersey of any kind. Some Green Hope students wear their sports team jersey to represent their school spirit. Many of the students and staff that voted for this theme did so because it was easy to dress for. 

6. Camo out

Camo out was tied with jersey out. This year, the football camo out game was delayed for an hour and ten minutes due to thunder and lighting. However, there was still a large crowd with everyone in theme. Some students wore their parents’ army outfits to demonstrate the camo and others wore hunting gear. 

7. Western Out

While it’s not the most popular theme, students are often inspired to go all out for western out games. At both the football and volleyball games that used this theme, there were many people wearing cowboy hats and cowboy boots.

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Mason Dean, Staff Writer
Mason is a junior at Green Hope and this is his first year on the staff. He loves sports and is on the varsity baseball and basketball teams here at Green Hope. Mason has a knack for math and history. Outside of school, he plays on a club baseball team and spends time with his 2 dogs, Margo and Olaf. While on break, Mason loves to travel to new places with his family. He has 3 siblings and in the future, he plans to play baseball in college and attain a mathematics degree.
Regan Orlando, Staff Writer
Regan Orlando is a junior at Green Hope and this is her first year on the GH Falcon staff. She has a spark of interest in writing which led to her passion for journalism. Starting from when she was 12 years old, Regan wrote for her neighborhood paper. As this journey continues she is a published writer and advances at her favorite subject, English. She hopes to continue at the GH Falcon next year. In Regan’s free time, you will find her enjoying reading or working out at the gym. If she is lucky, she would be tanning on the beach. She can't wait for her future ahead and plans on majoring in journalism.
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