The latest group to appear on stage at the Sedona Performing Arts Center talked about how “hot” it is, with two of its members bragging about their scorpion tattoos, playing to the preponderance of Sedona Red Rock High School students in attendance.
Although dressed in robes, the group was not Spinal Tap performing “Stonehenge.” And the group was not exactly the Supremes ... well, wait, actually it was.
Five justices from the Arizona Supreme Court presided over oral arguments in two active cases Tuesday, April 25, at SPAC.
It was an opportunity for students, not only from host SRRHS, but the Verde Valley School, Mingus Union High School and Cottonwood Middle School to get a real-life civics lesson, according to SRRHS Principal Darrin Karuzus, who called it an “epic event” at the school.
Seniors know it’s almost time to graduate once their exhibitions are done.
Each year, members of the senior class at Sedona Red Rock High School present their senior exhibitions, a project of their choosing that is planned throughout the year.
One senior got an early start, however, beginning plans at the end of her junior year. Skyler Plouffe impressed exhibition judges with her yet-to-be-titled mixed media work.
The Sedona Red Rock High School softball team rounded out its season with a five-inning, 26-6 win at Glendale Preparatory Academy on Tuesday, April 25.
The Scorpions [5-11, 4-6 Central] managed to take care of business early under windy conditions, especially against a team it had already beaten 21-3 on April 7.
Sedona Red Rock High School’s track and field team hosted its final meet of the season, the Sedona Invitational, on April 18 before heading to the Valley Christian Invitational on Saturday, April 22.
At Sedona, junior pole vaulter Julia Koss and sophomore pole vaulter Forrest Hartley reached new heights.
Two teenagers are killed just as they are ready to embark on the next chapter of their lives, while a third will have to live with the guilt of their deaths the rest of his life.
That was the scenario during the second phase of the Every 15 Minutes program on Friday, April 21, at Sedona Red Rock High School. The previous day was the mock accident in which senior Chas Rescigno was arrested for driving under the influence.
The crash claimed the lives of two of his classmates, Walker Cox and Xan Hawes.
Sedona Red Rock High School’s eighth-ranked golf team played a pair of Division III Section V matches last week.
The Scorpions [14-3] started April 17 against Camp Verde High School at Verde Santa Fe Golf Course.
It’s a phone call every parent fears and one Lisa and Steven Cox never expected to get.
“I thought it was extremely difficult because it just seemed too real,” Lisa Cox said. “It’s every parent’s worst nightmare. So even getting the phone call from Officer [Jackie] McQuaid, I knew it was just a program but it still really hit home.
“I told Steven on the drive here that I can’t breathe — I was too emotional.”