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Hard work pays off: Poms ready to dance
Hard work pays off: Poms ready to dance
by Madeline Williamson, Editor • April 9, 2021

Before the poms season was put on pause, the team had already held tryouts and created a routine.  Riley Johnston said, “We had a small group tryout. It wasn’t anything...

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Poms has entered the field and is beginning to start their halftime dance. The Marching Band gets their time to shine and play the national anthem.
We're Back! Band and poms return for short season
by Nicholas Condrasky and Madeline Williamson April 9, 2021

The smell of fresh salty pretzels, hearing students yell with pride at the top of their lungs and the feeling of unity is a part of what makes “Friday Night Lights” so...

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What are teachers doing to help students during virtual/hybrid learning?
by Ryan Dorsey, Reporter • March 25, 2021

Teachers are bending themselves into pretzels to accommodate students during virtual/hybrid learning as COVID has greatly impacted learning and teaching. All students spend...

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The Lancers lineup on defense, as they await the Knights play on first down.
Even though fans are limited, this football season gives hope for the future
by Jason Byrd and Gio Fuentes March 26, 2021

After a lot of anticipation, a short season, and missing the first game against Oakdale (due to a covid positive test), LHS beat Middletown by...

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The JV girls soccer team during halftime of their home game on March 11, 2021 against Brunswick.
Making connections and connecting passes: New captains lead JV Girls Soccer team
by Alyssa Pizer and Chloe Little March 24, 2021

As the players warm up, the stands begin to fill to a lesser capacity than all are used to. Led by their three captains: Alex Stuart, Anessa...

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Packed stadium vs an empty one: does home-court advantage exist without fans?
Without fans, is there any home court advantage?
by Madeline Williamson, Gio Fuentes , Editor • March 3, 2021

The crowds roar, fans pound their feet to the grounds and scream. The game is close, and the home team is about to take the lead. A player sinks...

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Hard work pays off: Poms ready to dance
Hard work pays off: Poms ready to dance
by Madeline Williamson, Editor • April 9, 2021

Before the poms season was put on pause, the team had already held tryouts and created a routine.  Riley Johnston said, “We had a small group tryout. It wasn’t anything...

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Wandavision: A Marvel(ous) spin on classic American sitcoms
by Brayden Gregory and Dalton Markel March 25, 2021

The MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) has been known for its blockbuster movies, starting with the first movie, Iron Man, released in 2008. Iron Man served as the start to Phase...

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It's about time: African American history course in the works for FCPS
by Jason Byrd, Sports Editor • April 9, 2021

FCPS has established the importance of diversity by promoting multicultural lessons for all grades K-12 and by creating a partnership with AARCH (African American Resource...

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Work and school: How to manage both
Video: Seniors walk the line between working and studying
by Julian Rodriguez and Zachary Tilmont March 25, 2021

This video takes a deeper look into the lives of two student employees. At the beginning of the pandemic, when school was not fully virtual, students were reaching for more...

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Some are determined to work out to fight the pandemic with healthier bodies and minds.
Training the mind while training the body: How to improve mental health through exercise
by Zach Tilmont and Julian Rodriguez March 12, 2021

Taking time to train your mind while also training your body is the ultimate combination. During this long and dreadful global pandemic, many people are finding new ways to...

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How many students are doing something else during the required Google Meets?
Triumph or struggle: COVID sometimes crushes the student work ethic
by Brayden Gregory, Reporter • March 5, 2021

From kindergarten to college, students of all levels have been faced with their biggest challenges. virtual learning.  With the positivity rate going down across the U.S.,...

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