The Apple Leaf

Layne Knipfer
Quick. Agile. In a blink of an eye he leaves competitors in the dust. It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s definitely not congress passing legislation. It could be his metabolism. However, this humble young man is Lucas Jobe. He is a fine student. Layne Knipfer is the topic of this paragraph however. This year he has the pleasure of serving as the 2017-2018 Editor-in-Chief of The Apple Leaf. With fake news comes great responsibility (just kidding). Since last year, his life has changed substantially! Although he hasn’t given up being a proud soccer dad, Layne retired from being a part-time Sherpa, and is now a professional beach volleyball player. Catch him at Walla-Walla park from noon to dusk every day (who needs school?). Layne would like to thank you for reading this. You are helping to pay for his daughters’ soccer trips.

Layne Knipfer, Editor-in-Chief

Oct 31, 2017
Panther and Wildcat football student section (Story/Media)
Oct 04, 2017
The Life of a Student: A Day’s Monotony (Media)
Sep 04, 2017
Panther football falls short in season opener (Story)
May 14, 2017
Sports Med Program participates in NCW Tech and STEM showcase (Story/Media)
Feb 13, 2017
Amy Sand crowned Apple Blossom queen (Story)
Jan 11, 2017
Apple Blossom candidates present speeches to student body (Story)
Jan 06, 2017
Seniors go head-to-head in Apple Blossom Royalty race (Story)
Nov 10, 2016
Wenatchee soccer takes a loss to Kentridge (Story)
Nov 02, 2016
Wenatchee falls to West Valley in district championship bout (Story)