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The Student News Site of Gretna High School

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Zane Mrozla-Mindrup

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Staff Reporter

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup is a senior at GHS and is continuing into his fourth year on The Voice Staff. He serves as the News Editor. He enjoys being in journalism because there is minimal math involved. Sports features are his favorite stories to write and are where his exquisite genius shines through the most. Outside of the newsroom, Zane is an avid putt-putt golfer, minor league baseball fan, Civil War-reenactment spectator and hot dog eating competition entrant.

All content by Zane Mrozla-Mindrup
Having Fun-nel: After tearing into his funnel cake Philip Matya (22) takes a pause. Though a lunch option was provided students were allowed to purchase their own meals. Matya paid six dollars for the cake.


December 20, 2021
Mason Goldman (23) celebrates a tackle for loss with his teammates.

How About That!

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Editor-In-Chief
November 29, 2021
On the Move: Shifting into their formation the brass section advances towards midfield. “I really enjoyed our show because it had lots of fun visuals and movements,” Micah Shaffer (22) said. The NSBA State Marching Band Contest was held at Millard South’s Buell Stadium.

The Show Must Go On

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Editor-In-Chief
November 22, 2021
In the wake of their 2019 FIFA World Cup win, several members of the team, including much of their talented attack, have faced questions about the possibility of their retirement.

Still On Top

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
February 1, 2021
Keen Eye: Staring intently at his laptop, Ethan Wegner (22) completes the Science quiz. “I think they did very well at the scrimmage, though it is hard to judge their standing using the scrimmage,” Mr. Arch said. This is Wegner’s first time competing in Academic Decathlon.

A Testing Ordeal

January 14, 2021
Even though the FilmStreams program will not return in its usual fashion this year due to the pandemic, quick thinking by Mr. Arch has captured the spirit of this annual favorite HAL program. Slightly back on track, the first showing of Casablanca is set for, Dec. 17.

Journey of Hope

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
December 15, 2020
Quick Math: Looking up at the screen, Zachary Kozak (22) and Kolton O’Neal (21) wait for their next problem. “My favorite part was doing math and not being in school,” O’Neal said. They lost the match to Bellevue East.

Math. We’re on it.

December 9, 2020
Rock and Roll: With the assistance of Paul Kramer (22), Daniel Kirchner (18) sends his ball barreling towards the pins. “I like seeing the kids, and how excited they get, and how much fun they have.” Kramer said. In addition to helping, Kramer also bowled.

On a Roll

December 8, 2020
Screen Time: While Kaylee Taylor (24) watches her screen, Chase Taylor (24) looks for his coach. My favorite part would be just playing games and having fun, Taylor said. The team was made up almost entirely of freshmen.

Game On!

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
December 8, 2020
The U.S. happened upon a burgeoning “golden generation” of young stars who are lighting up the European game.

New Kids On the Pitch

December 1, 2020
Snapshot: A view of the layout on the ESPN Fantasy Football App. I use the ESPN app, for a league with my friends, junior Garrick Wilson said. The app is free to download from the app store.


Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
November 2, 2020
Injured Reserve: Several players were kept out of the starting lineup including Elijah Aristy (22), Luke Weberg (22) and Jayden Sobotka (22). “It really stinks being injured, especially since a lot of the injuries are to some of our main touchdown-scorers,” Aristy said. Aristy scored in the previous game against Elkhorn South.

Patriot’s Day

November 1, 2020
College is on the horizon for Lauren Eurich and she continues to look more into her future.“I really liked Arizona State and other Arizona schools,” Eurich (21) said. “I am also really interested in a study abroad program called Semester at Sea. I really like the idea of taking a cruise and being out at sea, but still being able to take college classes.

End of the Line

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Reporter
August 25, 2020
Casting Call: Mrs. Luchsinger, the events organizer, had the teachers meet via zoom to record. Mrs. Luchsinger has pretty great ideas for students and this seemed pretty fun! Mrs. Huttmann said. The parts were assigned to the teachers via email.

We Are the School

May 14, 2020
Fresh Face Sarpy County Sherrifs Office Deputy Jessica Manning will be taking over as the GHS School Resource Officer. Sometimes we all have our rough moments and feel down, but I’m a good listener and I’m here to help support the students and help them achieve their goals safely. Deputy Manning said. She has more than 11 years of experience with the department and is a Sarpy County native.

New SRO in Town

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, News Editor
May 15, 2020
Best Actress: Starring cast member Chloe Irwin (22) delivers her lines. Our kids acting resembles a professional performance. They were exceptional. Assistant Director Patrick White said. Irwin won Best Actress at State for her performance.

Decade of Domination

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, News Editor
December 24, 2019

Providing Different Media

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, News Editor
November 10, 2019
Strategy gaming club members sit down to enjoy a game of Settlers of Catan. One of the most popular games at the club each week. “The club provides a great way to have fun and meet new people in a non-traditional way.” Ms. Nelson said. Photo by Zane Mrozla-Mindrup

Go! Clubs! Go!

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, News Editor
November 10, 2019
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