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Leaders of today

Katherine Keyser, Staff writer November 4, 2022

The Student Ambassador program started in the Spring of 2022 and has gained momentum this school year. Student ambassadors connect with others throughout the community while also focusing on improving...

Digging deep

Jasmine Samis, Assistant editor November 2, 2022

When she landed, she both heard and felt a pop. She was unsure what happened but immediately knew it was not good. Senior Micayla Polasek went up for a ball during a volleyball match and did a full backbend...

Higher purpose

Addi Hollinger, Staff writer October 25, 2022

A football flies through the air. The receiver makes the catch. The crowd cheers. But winning the game is just a footnote for junior Tyson Turner as he knows that his grandfather is watching him play for...

Helping hand

SaNyla Bullock, Staff writer October 21, 2022

Contrary to popular belief, athletes on the field are just a fraction of what makes a team successful.Other people behind the scenes make winning a game posible, including student athletic trainer senior...

Cuisine trip goes sour, then sweet

Lillian Smith, Staff writer October 20, 2022

A group of agriculture students went on a cuisine trip across Northern Italy this summer, but the trip was far from what any of them could have predicted. From culture shocks to getting home three days...

Going the distance

Samantha Lamb, Staff writer October 18, 2022
Feet pounding the dirt. Rows of corn rolling by. Panting breaths. Early morning practices. Senior Andrew Shields experiences all of these as a part of the cross country team. He is an all-district runner and a leader on the team. Shields started his journey running as a fifth grader at Johnson Elementary.

Foreign exchange student explores culture, becomes part of host family

Callie Bollinger, Assistant editor October 7, 2022

Wide-open spaces, starry-night skies, and big city lights are synonymous with the Texas experience, and people from other countries usually have a lot of preconceived notions about what it is like to live...

Senior Stuart Hay excels as drum major despite complete hearing loss in his left ear.

Conducting success

Sophia Bradley, Editor October 6, 2022

After senior Stuart Hay was born, he failed the standard hearing test given to all newborns, but initially, doctors were unsure about what was causing the issues. Although hearing loss can negatively affect...

The art of teaching

Reily Dominy, Assistant editor October 6, 2022

It takes time for people to discover their passion through trial and error as they pursue different pathways. At times, individuals have to try over and over again before they find what is right for them....

Senior excels at history competition, advances to state

Samantha Lamb May 20, 2022

“During high school, I started doing the papers, and I really enjoyed that,” Courtney said. “I enjoyed how I was able to put more of my heart and soul into the papers, even if that’s not exactly...

Cultivating life, expanding knowledge through gardening

adviser May 19, 2022

“At Lowe’s, they had little kits that they gave to kids with a seed and a little bit of dirt,” Luke said. “I took it home and planted it, and it grew. Then the next year my family started a garden.” Luke...

Viking baseball team perfect through district

adviser May 17, 2022

The baseball team advanced to post season play after going undefeated in district competition, outscoring their opponents 124-13. Sophomore Rylan Hill struck out the final batter of the game to secure...

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