The Cardinal Times Online

Cassidy Beal

Cassidy Beal, yearbook editor-in-chief

All content by Cassidy Beal
IMG_8783

[Photo] Winter Senior Night

Posted on February 25, 2022
Before Regional competition, junior Averie Stull serves herself dessert. Students got together for lunch before working on their contest material. “State didn’t really feel any different from Regionals,” Stull said.

[Photo] Journalism goes to State

Posted on April 21, 2021
During a game against Garden Plain, freshman Olivia Lange looks for an opening. The girls lost 33-42 to the owls.

[Photo] Rescheduled Games for Basketball

Posted on February 22, 2021
P.E. teacher Matt Biehler tells the sophomore team the rules for Castles as they prepare for the game. The sophomores lost to the seniors in the first round Feb. 2 during activity period. The freshmen also lost to the juniors.

[Photo] Go Big or Go Home

Posted on February 2, 2021
On Oct. 9 and 10, girls tennis took first overall at Regionals. Junior Loren May took first in singles, while senior Molly Bender placed fourth. In doubles, partners senior Lucy Boyles and freshman Haylee Osner took first. Overall four girls competed in State, Oct. 16 and 17.

[Photo] Girls tennis takes Regionals

Posted on October 20, 2020
VBSeniorNight_9-10_CassidyB_290

[Photo] The volleyball season so far

Posted on September 17, 2020
ftball_cassidyb_sept4_192

[Photo] Cardinals Vs the Owls

Posted on September 15, 2020
During the final game of the Chaparral tournament, junior Heath Hilger looks for an open player to pass the ball to. The boys placed sixth overall at the tournament after playing Clearwater, Sunrise Academy and Mulvane.

[Photo] A loss-win sandwich

Posted on February 4, 2020
During the boys basketball game against Garden Plain, senior Joshua Koester prepares for a free throw. Although the boys lost in the end, everyone played hard.

[Photo] A crushing defeat

Posted on January 27, 2020
The Homecoming senior candidates Seth Osner, Peyton Winter, Kara Koester, Madison Pauly and Reagan Ebenkamp lead a conga line around the dance floor. “Being queen makes everyone think you’re popular and everyone wants to take pictures with you, which is kind of unnerving. It made it more fun than the previous years, though, because I got to talk to people I don’t usually,” Pauly said.

[Photo] Dancing through the night

Posted on October 15, 2019
_TrackAndField_April5_2019_CassidyB_053

[Photo] Home Track Meet

Posted on April 25, 2019
Load More Stories
Activate Search
Cassidy Beal