The Skyline Horizon

Female Athlete Describes Physical and Mental Abuse During Her Time with Nike

Female Athlete Describes Physical and Mental Abuse During Her Time with Nike

Anja Cieslewicz, Staff

December 12, 2019

Professional runner, Mary Cain, reports being subject to mental and physical abuse from her coach during her competitive athletic career with the Nike Oregon Project. Cain was acknowledged for her phenomenal performance in track and field during high school. After being recruited by coach Alberto Salazar...

Skyline Cross Country Runs Into Third and Twelfth Place

Skyline Cross Country Runs Into Third and Twelfth Place

Siena Locante, Stafff

December 2, 2019

Skyline gathered at Sugar House Park on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 for a state meet.Many other schools attended, including schools such as East High School and Pineview High School. The runners had a ton of support from family and friends, who grouped around the park and wore their school’s colors...

Utah Utes Have a Good Football Season

Utah Utes Have a Good Football Season

MalohiTo'a and Paige Upwall, Editors

November 21, 2019

The 2019 Utah Utes football team has had one of their best seasons in a very long time. All of the attention is being turned towards the Utes. The CFP has never ranked Utah above 10 in the league until this year. This year the Utes have been ranked No. 8 in the Associated Press Top 25. So far the Utes...

Skyline Womens Soccer Takes State

Skyline Womens Soccer Takes State

Phia Bridge, Feature Editor

November 5, 2019

Skyline High School has had a history of excellence when it comes to womens soccer and this year was no exception. Skyline won the state championship title in an enthralling match against Bonneville High School. Skyline player Lilly Kimball scored a goal for Skyline, and by the end of the second half,...

Eagles Chip Away at Miners After Mercy-ing Colts

Eagles Chip Away at Miners After Mercy-ing Colts

Gabe Wong, Web Editor

October 15, 2019

October 10 and 15 the Skyline’s Women’s Soccer team played their first and second rounds of playoffs. They won the first round 8-0 against the Cottonwood Colts and the second 3-2 against the Park City Miners. Opting for a 4-4-2, Skyline’s play style focused on control of the midfield or “center...

Utah Utes vs Brigham Young University

Utah Utes vs Brigham Young University

Eliza Durham, Journalism Staff

October 7, 2019

 On  August 29, 2019, The Utah Utes beat the BYU Cougars in their season opener for the ninth year in a row. BYU gave up 4 touchdowns to the Utes on their home field in Provo, Utah. The game ended with a 30-12 score for the Utes.  This rivalry season opener grabbed many fans attention. BYU was ...

One Frisbee to Rule Them All

One Frisbee to Rule Them All

Alexander Patrick Roache, Christopher Aaron Charles, Horizon Staff

May 15, 2019

In 1950, college kids finish licking their pie tins and fingers, sitting in a small field in Bridgeport, Connecticut on a sunny July day.  Nobody knows who the first person was to turn the pie tin upside-down and toss it to a buddy, but for as long as Ms. Frisbie's pie shop has been open, people have...

The Re-Emergence of Skyline Water Polo

The Re-Emergence of Skyline Water Polo

Clayton Rasmussen, Journalism 1 Staff

May 9, 2019

Skyline Water Polo was a sport 20 years ago, then disbanded due to the sport growing too expensive.  Since then, Skyline hasn’t had a water polo team until this year when Bella Barraco, a Varsity Swimmer for Skyline, wanted to bring Water Polo back to Skyline. Adriana Jackson, a mom of  Skyline Swimmer ...

Zion Williamson: Potential Landing Spots

Zion Williamson: Potential Landing Spots

Joseph Jensen, Sports Editor

May 9, 2019

As the NBA draft lottery approaches, who is the biggest name in the NCAA Basketball world? Zion Williamson. At 6’7” and 284 pounds, Williamson is a future NBA star with the stature of an NFL running-back. Every team in basketball wants him. This upcoming draft, a few teams will have this opportunit...

These Neurological Events Occur When Your Team Wins

These Neurological Events Occur When Your Team Wins

Drew Abbott, Journalism 1 Staff

March 21, 2019

A fairly recent study published in 2015 shows evidence in support of the many positive emotional/mental activities that occur in the brain when your team wins a game. While most of the effects are positive, there are also some dangerous effects that can occur, due to the nature of competition. While no...

The Skyline Womens Basketball Team Progresses to Higher Levels of Play

The Skyline Womens Basketball Team Progresses to Higher Levels of Play

Phia Bridge, Journalism 1 Staff

January 17, 2019

The Skyline Womens Basketball team is undoubtedly doing well this 2018 season. On December 4, Skyline played Brighton High School, and took home a victory 59 to 36. Bella Roden, number 34, commented on the win against Brighton saying, “This game I think we did really good, we were good at being pat...

Skyline Men’s Basketball Aims for High-level Play this 2018 Season

Skyline Men’s Basketball Aims for High-level Play this 2018 Season

Phia Bridge, Journalism 1 Staff

January 15, 2019

In this 2018 school year, many of Skyline’s athletes uphold a tradition of excellence. Fortunately for the fans and players, Skyline’s Men's Basketball possesses the same characteristics. Practicing everyday and working hard, they have progressed, gathering a number of hard earned wins. While they...