April 18, 2021
  • 3:04 pm Hybrid learning vs remote learning: What do these mean?
  • 3:02 pm MHS theater proves the show must go on despite the virus
  • 2:55 pm Having to compete within six feet: Girls swimming and diving team still finds success during the pandemic
  • 2:50 pm “All Lives Matter” actively diminishes the true message of Black Lives Matter
  • 3:00 pm So you think you can judge an election?
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By Tayler Gilmore Line O’Type Sports Co-Editor Strokes, strength, and speed. In a matter of seconds, she reaches the edge of the pool marking the end of the race. As she climbs out of the water expecting a crowd to cheer her on, she sees only empty bleachers replacing the fans she used to look […]

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By Trevor Francque  Line O’Type Sports Co-Editor The Moline Golf team has recently closed up its strange fall season. One male golfer and one female golfer advanced to the sectional level, Aaron Rogers and Kacie Knary, but unfortunately, there is no state meet this year due to COVID-19 concerns. This season was much different than […]

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On the cold night of October 15th, a group of strong-willed girls participated in the Powderpuff football games at Browning Field. Powderpuff is an opportunity for females who are interested in the sport to play football for the night. The Freshmen versed the Sophomores while the Juniors versed the Seniors. Both new and returning participants […]

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By: Beyonce Gonzalez  For the first time ever in Western Big Six history, a school has won six fall Conference titles.! Six! Those long, hard practices have paid off, evidently showcasing all of the talent at Moline! And with so many victories, it is only possible to wonder what comes next for Moline High School […]

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By: Tayler Gilmore Students, parents, and super-fans were extremely excited to make an appearance at MHS’s Homecoming soccer game where Moline faced one of their biggest rivals: United Township. Coach Sanchez ,who has been coaching for twenty-three years, kind enough to answer some questions about the season, the team, and how having the super-fans there […]

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  By: Demian Cifuentes LO’T Sports Reporter Homecoming week is a time to remember.  One of the best things about homecoming week is the Friday football game. Everyone goes to hang out with their friends and to support the MHS team. This year, Moline went up against Alleman. Days prior to the event, both schools […]

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  Senior Manny Raya, captain and returning key starter for the varsity soccer team has earned himself the title of Maroon of the Month. After a successful season last year, Raya has continued to prove his vitality on the field helping the boys start the season 7-2-2. In Moline’s recent Western Big 6 games, Raya […]

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By: Peter Son | LO’T Sports Editor Senior Manny Raya, captain and returning key starter for the varsity soccer team has earned himself the title of Maroon of the Month. After a successful season last year, Raya has continued to prove his vitality on the field helping the boys start the season 7-2-2. In Moline’s recent […]

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  Students, parents, and super-fans were extremely excited to make an appearance at MHS’s Homecoming soccer game where Moline faced one of their biggest rivals: United Township. Coach Sanchez, who has been coaching for twenty-three years, kind enough to answer some questions about the season, the team, and how having the super-fans there impacted the […]

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By: Megan Meyer After playing a key role as a reliever throughout last year’s season, Maroon of the Month Carter Schierbrock stepped into a different role this season. In Moline’s second game of the season, Schierbrock was given the start against St. Louis Marquette, a top 10 team in Missouri. He threw 5 shutout innings […]

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