Originally published in the December 2 issue of the Wenatchee World
As a junior at Cashmere High School, Cole Paton already has a number of impressive cycling feats under his belt. However last weekend, he topped them off with a first place finish in the Washington State Cylcocross Championship.
Originally published in the November 28 issue of the Scratching Post
Redefining the idea of skateboarding
Pirate hop blunt, finger flip out… sound like a different language to you?
A pirate hop blunt with a finger flip out is actually a skateboarding trick, more specifically Eastmont High School junior Deven Heston’s favorite of them all – and Heston knows more skate tricks than a sane person would ever need to.
Skateboarding really is a language of its own; as an arcane, infamous community of “trouble makers,” they have had to isolate themselves and create their own culture and language in the process. Although as an avid skateboarder, Heston doesn’t always agree with those stereotypes. Continue reading “Skateboarding, A Point of Pride for One Wildcat”→