Author Archives: Daniella Cohen

2017-2018 Winter sports previews: Ice hockey

2017-2018 Winter sports previews: Ice hockey

Ice hockey is currently on fire with their five wins, one loss, and three tie beginning to the season. In their first game of the season, the team pulled out a late victory against rival Governor Livingston. The hockey team is currently ranked fourth in the NJIIHL Essex/Union Conference. Through their undefeated streak, the team

Catching up with the talented Mr. Spiffy High

On Friday December 1, Joe Varela took the crown to become Mr. Spiffy High. We interviewed him to see what being royalty at Scotch Plains-Fanwood feels like: What made you want to do Mr. Spiffy High? Well, I have always enjoyed performing and making others laugh, so I saw this as the perfect opportunity to

Mr. Spiffy High: the true talent of SPFHS

  Some students have been looking forward to this moment since their freshman year while others have been anxious to see what talents the boys in their grade posses. Over the years, there have been many interesting talents showcased at Mr. Spiffy High, such as reading college rejection letters, but it is time for the boys

Scotch Plains-Fanwood football team ends the season with final victory against Hopatcong

On Saturday Nov. 11, Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School football triumphed against Hopatcong with a 43-24 win in the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) regional crossover. This was the only Group 1 team the Raiders have ever played. This win was the first and last for the SPF Raiders– a strong way to end

DECA succeeds at state competition

On Feb. 21 through Feb. 23, the Scotch Plains-Fanwood DECA chapter traveled to Atlantic City to compete in the DECA State Conference. Their hard work they put in since Sept has paid off with their successful outcome. After all the students competed,the judges announced the top 12 finalists who had to compete again in finals.

SPF Juniors start SuiteGirl organization

Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School has produced many shining students that have made an impact on this community. Once again, students have impressed the community with a new organization. SuiteGirl, a non-profit organization created by juniors Taylor Diggs and Niva Patel, aims to inspire the next generation of females to take leadership roles in the science, technology,