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Gabby Paterson

Gabby Paterson, Prowl reporter

You’ll probably see her in the halls carrying her favorite dark blue Yeti containing some sort of caffeinated liquid. Gabby is addicted to caffeine and if she doesn't have it, you might want to watch out.

She’s kind of quiet and doesn’t quite know what to do with her awkward self and usually ends up spending most of her time with dogs instead. If you gave her a choice between going to a party or staying home with the dogs, she’d definitely choose the latter. She’s the type of person who will sing all the lyrics to the song even though they are nowhere close to being the actual lyrics, and a bonus she can’t even sing.

Growing up in water, Gabby has been swimming all her life and she doesn’t plan to ever stop; she's pretty good at it too.

“Honestly, she’s got a lot of attitude for someone who’s not even 5-foot-5,” Prowl Sports Editor Nathan Feller said.

“Pitbull,” Adviser Cap said. “She’s a journalistic pitbull. Junkyard dog. Whatever. Just don’t mess with her.”

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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ logo is shown. It details the four values that contribute to their mission of leading coaches and athletes to a growing relationship with Christ.

CLEARING HURDLES

April 13, 2021
A shot of the Colorado landscape taken by sophomore and Prowl reporter Gabby Paterson on her solo return flight from Orlando, FL.

ALONE IN THE SKY

March 31, 2021
 The three Trustees’ scholarship recipients (from left) CJ Brown, Jenna Merritt and Elsie Spomer and STARR scholarship recipient Maggie Cappiello pose by the panther statue at the front entrance of the school.

ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE

March 31, 2021
Senior Matthew Hobbs proudly displays the shark he caught while deep sea fishing off the coast of Florida.

REEL IT IN

March 23, 2021
The PHS boys’ swim team wears bright pink swim caps to support their head coach, Stephanie Warren, who is battling breast cancer. 

IN THIS TOGETHER

February 14, 2021
PHS junior, Kaili Wisniewski squares up to the basket for a free throw in the Powell-Cody game on Jan. 30

STATCHAT: WINDING DOWN

February 9, 2021
PHS graduate Danell Bransetter and senior Sami Cole selling Cole's baked goods at the local farmers market this summer.

PROWL PICK: SAMI COLE

February 1, 2021
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