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Alec Shipley

Alec Shipley, Web Editor

Alec Shipley is a senior and this is his second year on staff. He is currently the editor of WHSToday, the website of the Beak ‘n’ Eye. Other than the Beak ‘n’ Eye, Alec is involved in baseball. In his free time he likes to lift weights and hangout with friends. After high school he plans on pursuing aviation management in college, with the goal of eventually becoming a commercial pilot.

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Several of West’s track state qualifiers pose for a picture.

The Finish Line

May 25, 2022
Keeney stands in the box awaiting a pitch.

Involvement is key

January 12, 2022
Kanye West wearing one of his signature outfits during the release of Donda. In the past, West has been known for his unique style, and this outfit is just another example.

The Debates of Donda

September 14, 2021
Lee Jensen’s announcement photo for the Kansas City showcase at the end of March. Jensen believed that the showcase would help boost his football career and get his name into the minds of college coaches. “It will help show some college coaches the talent that I have and show them how much better I’ve gotten,” Jensen said.

Locking in is Key

March 22, 2021
On the grind

On the grind

February 26, 2021
Steven Daily ‘22 bowls during a meet last season. Daily has lots of bowling experience when it comes to bowling. He began bowling seven years ago in seventh grade, at League at 30 Lanes bowling alley. “Bowling is fun, and you are usually independent, so you have to practice endlessly,” Daily said.

Falcons flying high

February 25, 2021
McCrery (Left) and Parcel (Right) converse on the field during a River Bandits game. McCrery learned substantial amounts of insight while being a bat boy and was even taught some Spanish by some of the players. “Jake loved his time as a bat boy and gained knowledge and experiences about baseball,” R. McCrery said.

Big league dreams

February 19, 2021
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