September Stormchasers

Welcome back!

By: Claire Hagen

As everyone knows, school is back to the children of Cavalier as of August 25th. Most of us are excited, especially our new teachers this year! Please give a warm welcome to our new Athletic Director and Principal, Mr. Moquist! A very nice man with two lovely children and a wife who also works here as an English teacher for Juniors and Seniors. Please also welcome Mrs. Moquist!

Someone who is returning from a hard fought battle with cancer, please give a very big welcome back to our art teacher, Mrs. Linder!

Lady Tornadoes Volleyball

By: Nora Crosby

It ‘s volleyball season folks! The varsity Lady Tornado volleyball players started out strong this year by placing sixth out of twenty in a tournament at Northern Cass. The girls have played a total of four games since then and are continuously growing and learning from each other and their coaches. On September second, they played the Langdon Cardinals and lost in four sets. They faced another loss against Mayport CG on the fourteenth but continued to work on their skills and efficiency as a team. They came back with a win against Larimore on the sixteenth, celebrating their success as the Tornadoes looked forward to playing their homecoming game the next week. They battled hard in a close match against the Midway Monarchs their homecoming week, the girls won in five sets. The team is coached by Carmen Stanhope and Melissa Gagner. This year the team is led by the lone senior Lily Crosby. Her fellow varsity teammates are juniors Eden Carrier, Kaylee Kemp, Paige Gunderson, Jade Khine, Carmen LeTexier and sophomores Tia Jensen, Kalli Demars, Ryanna Cleem, Nora Crosby and Aaliyah Lopez. Come and support these Lady Tornadoes at their next home game! Go Tornadoes!


By: Samara Novak

Cheerleaders are the motivation to get the crowd cheering and support our team the TORNADOES! They are a big help in our community and we thank them for the support in our school and our teams! This years cheerleaders are lead by seniors Jasmyn Johnson and Faith Hartje. The other cheerleaders are Cylee Walton, Ellie Sondeland, Hallee Gapp, and Elayna Hunter. 


By: Samara Novak 

This year, we are having a good start to the year and so far we are undefeated. We have a new coach, coach Duch and our coaches this year are Mitch, assisted by Mr. Brady, Muth, and Dutch. They are doing a great job with their coaching skills and making sure their team is good and healthy. Hopefully, we keep making progress and hope we get to the finals! Go tornadoes! 

Grizzlies Cross Country

By: Nora Crosby

When school starts and fall begins this group of teens aren’t thinking of pumpkin spice or football, they have one thing on their mind… cross country! The PCN Grizzlies have been working hard in practice this season and it has shown in their races. The Grizzlies started the season off with a meet in Hillsboro and followed it with another great meet at Northwood. They’ve cheered each other on at Cooperstown and Grafton pushing their physical limits and testing their mental ones. The Grizzlies hosted a home meet at the Cavalier Country Club on September sixteenth where all members of the team competed in the 5k races as opposed to the 3k races some previously ran. Their most recent meet was in Langdon on the 20th and their next meet is in Mayville on the 30th. The team is coached by Bill Crosby. The two seniors Allisyn Tollefson and Brightley Allred are role models for the rest of the team, which consists of Rylen Burgess, Edith Kemp Graesen Helgoe, Eva Robinson, Georgia Evenson, Mason Heller, Devin Dominguez, Bjorn Evenson, Gunder Kemp, Owen Crosby, Sara Jensen, Delaney Denault, Maddy Robinson, Preston Emerson, James Gagner, Emerson Helgoe, and Shirley Kemp.