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Skating Toward Hockey Goals

Skating Toward Hockey Goals

Hadley Campbell, Staff Writer
November 1, 2016
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Skates glide on frigid ice. The small puck slams into the goal and the roaring crowd cheers for the victorious team. These are the sounds of hockey. These are the sounds freshman Kinley Weber plays to hear. "I started playing without even knowing how to stand up on skates, and now I am really good a...

Baker by Name Baker by Heart

Baker by Name Baker by Heart

Graciela Martinez, Staff Writer
February 3, 2016
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The sweet scent of cake fills the kitchen as she waits patiently for the batter to finish baking. She prepares for what comes next and gathers bowls, sticks and candy coating, so she can begin the 12 hour process of making cake balls. Junior Abbey Baker started baking at the age of three and has since...

Art Teacher Doubles as Disc Jockey

Art Teacher Doubles as Disc Jockey

Ciara Urrutia, Staff Writer
January 27, 2016
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Art teacher Chad Hardin draws, but he also draws people’s attention when he says he is a Disc Jockey (DJ). Hardin said he started DJing 10 years ago to earn extra money for his daughters. “I’ve always loved karaoke,” Hardin said. “After going out and paying to sing karaoke, I thought,...

Hit the Ground Running

Hit the Ground Running

Victoria David, Features Editor
January 12, 2016
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Her bib number hangs on for dear life, roughly pinned to her shirt by a frail little safety pin. She runs through the rain, persevering through sweat and tears for cross country, a sport that forces her to push herself. Senior Nicole Butler placed second as an individual at Burroughs Park on Thursday,...

Rowing her way to success

Rowing her way to success

Jada East, Staff Writer
November 16, 2015
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The oars break the waters’ still surface harshly as she makes her way across the lake. Push, pull, push and pull. She senses her competitors gaining on her, but using all the might she can muster, she pulls ahead and pushes swiftly across the finish line. A competing junior for two years and a rower...

The elusive thirty-six

The elusive thirty-six

Anna Ta, Print Editor-In-Cheif
November 16, 2015
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Senior David Li knew that a 36 was a perfect score on the American College Test (ACT), he just did not know what it was doing written underneath his name. With numb fingers, he logged back out and back into his account. Sure enough, the number remained, David Li, 36. The ACT is a test used for college...

American Dream

American Dream

Taylor Wasmund, News Editor
November 9, 2015
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Sitting in front of the TV, sophomore Max Maisonneuve stares fixedly at the screen as he watches American Ninja Warrior. The men swinging and pulling themselves up on challenging obstacles entrances him. It’s in this moment that Max falls in love with the show and feels so inspired that he knows he...

Sculpting on the Side

Sculpting on the Side

Gabby Mycio-Spring, Staff Writer
November 9, 2015
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Paul Barth heads to his sketch book stashed away in his squeaky desk drawer, hoping to sketch his way to relaxation. Barth’s classroom displays his work. Acrylic paintings hanging on the walls and his very own handmade coffee mug siting on his desk, give the room a light touch of artistic energy to...

Foreign exchange students celebrate Halloween

Foreign exchange students celebrate Halloween

Ciara Urrutia, Staff Writer
November 2, 2015
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He walks out of the front door on October 31. Children dressed up in costumes scaring each other and knocking on doors asking for candy. Confusion runs through his mind. Jiri Svec never had Halloween in Czech Republic. Foreign exchange students are going to experience their first Halloween this year...

Drumming up school spirit

Drumming up school spirit

Noah Sanchez, Staff Writer
October 27, 2015
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Things are looking dreary by the time the third quarter arrives. Down by six points, the football team and student section has lost its usual upbeat attitude. But then they hear it, they hear the drums. The students explode with noise as the school’s drumline makes their way down the sideline towards...

When there is a Will there is a play

When there is a Will there is a play

Viviana Camarillo, Opinions Editor
October 26, 2015
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Junior William Hahn is used to the bright lights of the stage, but he experienced a whole new kind of spotlight as the writer and director the school’s most recent play “Love and You and I.” “It was really different having to tell my peers what to do,” Hahn said. “Everyone was super cooperative.” Hahn...

A different kind of equation

A different kind of equation

Noah Sanchez, Features Editor
July 22, 2015
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Sequences and series. Touchdowns and tackles. Derivatives and integrals. Field goals and fumbles. Calculus and football. Although these two things seem to have nothing in common, calculus teacher Elaine Drugan has been juggling the two since 2003. “I started because I enjoyed watching football...

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