A Hearty Camp

A Hearty Camp

Kobie Lunsford, Staff Writer
April 22, 2014
Filed under News, Top Stories

The exhilaration of a morning run, followed by the adrenaline rush of administering CPR. That is what Camp Cardiac offers students over the course of an entire week. Camp Cardiac is a weeklong summer camp run by Doctor Development NFP, a non-profit organization. The camp teaches high school students... Read more »

Recap: Track

Recap: Track

Noehlia Ortiz, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
Filed under Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

Both boys and girls placed second overall as a team the district 9-3A Championships. Those who placed in events will advance on to the Area track meet, which will be held in Argyle Thursday April 17. The girls team will send 15 to Area which includes: Bailey Berry, Darci Billmire, Haley Dennard, Lily... Read more »

Recap: Golf

Recap: Golf

Noehlia Ortiz, Staff Writer
April 15, 2014
Filed under Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

Yesterday April 14 and today April 15 the golf team competed at regionals at the Tanglewood Golf Course in Pottsboro. “I’m nervous but excited because it’s regionals and there are going to be tougher and more advanced people that I’m going to be competing against,” junior Kaylee Higdon said. Higdon,... Read more »

Last Forever, Literally

Last Forever, Literally

Jackie Trujillo, Editor-in-Chief
April 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Worst. Ending. Ever. Warning, there are spoilers below. My dismay for the “How I Met Your Mother” series finale possibly stemmed from the very obvious fact that I never wanted Ted, the main character, to end up with Robin, one of the female leads. Now you’re probably thinking, “Oh... Read more »

All-Star Athletes: Matthew Hurst

All-Star Athletes: Matthew Hurst

April 11, 2014
Filed under All-Star Athletes, Sports, Top Stories

“All-Star... Read more »

A Change In The Game

A Change In The Game

Angelica Lopez, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
Filed under News, Top Stories

Starting with next year’s freshmen, new GPA calculations are put into effect. Elective courses, except for Spanish, will not affect a student’s GPA. The only classes that count are core classes and foreign language. “Your GPA is going to be determined on all the same courses that everybody... Read more »

Singing His Heart Out

Singing His Heart Out

Katelynn Cimini, Staff Writer
April 9, 2014
Filed under Feature, Top Stories

Senior Ty Green loves two things in his life: God and composing music. Combining these two passions, Green composes a Russian Orthodox piece to sing. He’s made progress for two weeks. “Of course it’s in Russian,” Green said. “But basically it’s Russian church music.” Between school... Read more »

All Star Athletes: Sarah Alling

All Star Athletes: Sarah Alling

Noehlia Ortiz, Staff Writer
April 5, 2014
Filed under All-Star Athletes, Sports, Top Stories

“All-Star... Read more »

Recap: Basketball

Recap: Basketball

Maddi Colson, Staff Writer
April 4, 2014
Filed under Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

You can hear the loud cheering of the crowd, the sound of the basketball bouncing on the court, when suddenly, she shoots, she scores! Junior Makayla Mayfield lands a three at the buzzer, winning the game against Princeton for the varsity girls! The varsity girls won district, bi-district and were... Read more »

Memories Last Forever

Memories Last Forever

Nancy Torres, Staff Writer
April 3, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Recently, I marked a line across three words written on my bucket list: ‘Visit New York.’ So when someone asks if I ever marked something off my list, with a smile on my face, I will answer yes. I’m sure most people long to visit places on their ‘bucket list.’ I traveled to many places here... Read more »