A Project for Better Journalism chapter


17-year-old Red Gerard takes home gold.

February 13, 2018 1:52am | Justin Amaker

Yeah, 17. As in, seventeen. 17-year-old Red Gerard from Silverthorne, Colo. was awarded an Olympic gold medal in snowboarding Sunday. Now, you’re probably asking, “Justin, why does this constitute an article for a high school newspaper?” Well, number one, I’m the editor-in-chief of the Burnsville Voice, […]

The 2018 NFL Super Bowl is in the Books. Let’s Take a Look at What Went Down!

February 11, 2018 10:41pm | Lizzy Cummings

A week ago today, thousands of people watched from the new US Bank Stadium and millions watched from their TV’s as the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles went head to head in the 2018 Super Bowl. The Eagles were underdogs throughout the NFL […]

Girls Varsity Basketball Gets the Win on Friday!

February 4, 2018 11:37pm | Olivia Bendickson

Last Friday, the Burnsville Girls Varsity Basketball team was up against Eagan. Throughout the game, the intensity increased every minute. Points came pretty close towards the end. For most of the game, Burnsville had a pretty good lead on the Eagan team. Burnsville did a […]

Late Surge Leads to a Blaze Victory

January 18, 2018 7:24pm | Joe Brunner

On January 9th, the Burnsville Blaze girls hockey team competed against the Hastings Raiders. The game came down to momentum as the first period was a defensive struggle, with only a total of five shots taken collectively by both teams. It was gritty and physical, […]

Stefon Diggs – Savior of the Season

January 18, 2018 7:16pm | Joe Brunner

January 14th, 2018, US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The season on the line, the jaws of defeat bearing down on the home team; the visitors having stormed back from a seventeen point deficit, now in the lead.  Minnesota Vikings fans know the heartbreak, they having […]

Girls hockey on an excellent start this season.

December 17, 2017 7:59pm | Jessica Spies

This year seems to be a pretty good year for the girls hockey team. It seems they have at least two to three games a week according to their schedule. I talked to Kennedy Anderson who is on varsity and is one of the captains. […]

Burnsville loses against Columbia Heights in epic face-off.

December 17, 2017 7:44pm | Jenea Hayes

On Dec. 11, the Burnsville boys basketball team played against Columbia Heights, and lost against them 66-71. Burnsville lost only by five, but throughout the game the team was amazing. Despite their loss, they were on their A-game. Marcus Shepley had 25 points throughout the […]

Blazettes competition season in full swing.

December 16, 2017 5:28pm | Olivia Bendickson

The Blazettes have started their competition season this winter. They perform at various high schools around the state and competing against local high schools. This week, the Blazettes had a competition. They placed 3rd for this competition. The numbers they performed are called, “The Fight” […]

Badminton season approaching quickly.

December 2, 2017 2:47am | Cheyney McKinney

Badminton officially starts the full first week of March. It’s an opportunity to make new friends, join a new activity and a chance to use the school’s new gyms. With Mr. Limke and Ms. Marshall as the badminton advisors, anyone who joins badminton can go […]

Boys hockey starts season with lots of hype, Hill-Murray loss.

November 30, 2017 7:27pm | Jackson Yoerg

The boys hockey team at Burnsville High School kicked off their season Tuesday with a bang. The game took place Nov. 28 and boy was it a close one! The team is a young one this year, with ten sophomores making the team. Notable sophomores […]