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The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

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The team celebrates becoming the 2A MPSSC State Champions.
The end of the road, Varsity Cheer wins the 2021 2A MPSSC title
by Brayden Gregory November 27, 2021

On November 13, Varsity Cheer traveled to Harford Community College to participate in this years 2A MPSSC competition. The girls scored an almost perfect score, 124.9/125,...

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Durbin officially becomes
#NationalSigningDay2021: Kelli Durbin plays softball for Messiah
by Brynne McKinney and Rowan Grob November 16, 2021

On November 10, Kelli Durbin signed her National Letter of Intent to play Division III softball at Messiah University. "Kelli has been a part of the team since her freshman...

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 Makyla DeVries (Left)  is pouring pumpkin puree into the bowl getting ready to make Pumpkin Pie. Brynne McKinney (Right)  is pouring apples about to make Apple Pie.
Which do you think is better: Pumpkin Pie or Apple?
by Makyla DeVries and Brynne McKinney November 4, 2021

When You first think of fall what comes to mind? Do you think of the warm delicious apple pie, or do you think of gooey warm pumpkin pie? After interviewing many students...

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Sawyer poses for a picture before his live search demonstration.
Mason-Dixon Search Dogs demonstrate rescue skills
by Matt Nyandjo, Nate Reinfurt, and Christian Williams October 12, 2021

Every year, 600,000 missing people are reported in the United States.   Mason-Dixon Search Dogs is a nonprofit organization founded in 1994 in Hartford County where they...

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 Makyla DeVries (Left)  is pouring pumpkin puree into the bowl getting ready to make Pumpkin Pie. Brynne McKinney (Right)  is pouring apples about to make Apple Pie.
Which do you think is better: Pumpkin Pie or Apple?
by Makyla DeVries and Brynne McKinney November 4, 2021

When You first think of fall what comes to mind? Do you think of the warm delicious apple pie, or do you think of gooey warm pumpkin pie? After...

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Germany wins in the World Cup in the EA Sports FIFA 22.
FIFA 22 Review: Volta mode is back in FIFA.
by Nate Reinfurt, Reporter • November 4, 2021

FIFA 22 is a soccer game produced by EA Sports. It is a very good game with all sorts of fun modes like Volta, Pro Clubs, and Career mode. Career...

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A south Korean show, displaying the ugliness of society in a sick and twisted game.
Netflix Review: Squid Game takes a twisted look into society
by Brayden Gregory, Editor • November 3, 2021

Green light. Red light. That's a phrase from our childhood pasts. It's a child's game that has been revamped into internationally televised...

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Distinguished Graduates 2021: Science awardee Dr. Poulin credits early internship with success
by Audrey Kilgore, Leeda Djourshari, and Alexa Waser December 3, 2021

Dr. Remington Poulin, a 2007 graduate, received the 2021 Distinguished Graduate award for science. Dr. Poulin is currently a research assistant professor and the Director...

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Audrey Kilgore, a future Lancer, exploring the original Linganore High
school structure and its signature spirit symbols before it was demolished and rebuilt.
Native American Heritage Month: What lies beneath our school identity and spirit?
by Audrey Kilgore, Editor • November 3, 2021

Picture the packed stands of the Linganore stadium filled with spirited students wearing spear-emblazoned shirts, participating in celebratory “tribal” calls, and spreading...

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The newest FCPS school calendar proposal threatens to disrupt summer vacations and other activities.
"No" to the 2023-2024 school calendar: We want our summer back!
by Emma Henry and Kiefer Ely November 30, 2021

Remember in elementary school when buying school supplies in September meant school would start in a few days? That’s a memory that students will not experience given Frederick...

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A illustrating showing the famous celebrities, Zendaya and Ariana Grande. They have an attractive appeal to people.
Pretty privilege influences careers and academics
by Matt Nyandjo, Reporter • November 4, 2021

Physical attractiveness is one of the main influences of how people are treated. Based on what I've seen, if someone is attractive they will be treated differently than someone...

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Talking to a therapist can feel like unraveling your thoughts.
Maryland law expands mental health help for children
by Ruby Cerny, Editor • November 3, 2021

Regardless of the ever growing acceptance for mental health, it is still a widely unexplored topic in many households. Despite this stigma, it is completely okay not to be...

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Mental health can be debilitating for everyone.
What schools can do for the "new" mental health crisis
by Sophia Hopkins, Reporter • November 3, 2021

“Suck it up buttercup” is an older term that most commonly refers to people that may be struggling with mental health. Is this “get over it” mentality helpful for...

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