Mavericks’ Super Bowl Predictions and Recap

Emily Waters Staff Writer With quarterback Tom Brady back in the big game, students’ predictions for what the scoreboard would say when Super Bowl LV ended were quite varied. Freshman Cooper Speidell “think[s] that the Chiefs will win, but it’s hard to bet against Tom Brady.”  Cooper explained that, although Tom Brady “has so much … Continue reading Mavericks’ Super Bowl Predictions and Recap

New Freeman Family Member: Coach Kim Johnson

Riley Speidell Staff Writer From coaching cheerleading to wedding photography, Kim Johnson is enthusiastic about everything she does.  Coach Kim Johnson is the new JV cheerleading coach at Freeman and has officially started her first season with the Freeman Family.  Although the season has been delayed and shortened due to COVID restrictions, this coach is … Continue reading New Freeman Family Member: Coach Kim Johnson

Spring Sports Starting Soon: What Will Change?

Emma Ridolphi Staff Writer Due to confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks, Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) was obligated to cancel Winter sports, but spring sports at DSF are set to occur in the spring. With the onset of these sports, new safety precautions will be taken, according to Suzanne Criswell, Freeman’s Activities Director. The rules and regulations … Continue reading Spring Sports Starting Soon: What Will Change?

The Washington Football Team Through the Students’ Eyes

Hank Thompson Staff Writer Being a Washington fan has not been easy the past couple of years. Described as “frustrating,” “disappointing,” and “painful to watch,” the Washington Football Team has rarely been a team to be optimistic about, that was until this season. Despite finishing the season with a lackluster 6-9 record, many Washington fans … Continue reading The Washington Football Team Through the Students’ Eyes