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Independent Living makes “better than McDonald’s” meal: Photo of the Day 1/17/19

Independent Living makes “better than McDonald’s” meal: Photo of the Day 1/17/19

by Lilly Player, Managing Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Fall 2018, Photo of the Day

During Mrs.Lane's first period Independent Living class, students completed the infamous "Better than McDonald's" cooking lab. The lab teaches students how to make homemade and healthier versions of fast food items. Marissa DePalma, a member of the Class of 2023, said, "I enjoy all the cooking labs...

Lancer Media Sports Podcast: “Strohmeyer travels abroad”

Lancer Media Sports Podcast: “Strohmeyer travels abroad”

by Andrew Lyons, Carson Buck, and Jason Byrd

January 17, 2019


Filed under #Lancer of the Week, Audio, Fall 2018, Showcase, Sports

The United States is a vast country full of 325.7 million unique individuals, each person persevering to reach goals with hopes of one day achieving their dreams. Andrew Strohmeyer, a very well accomplished biker and amazing student, is living out of his dreams right now. Andrew was selected to represent...

Varsity boys basketball cruises past South Carroll for easy victory: Photo of the day 1/16/19

Varsity boys basketball cruises past South Carroll for easy victory: Photo of the day 1/16/19

by Erich Miller, Reporter

January 16, 2019


Filed under Fall 2018, Photo of the Day

The varsity basketball team zoomed past local rival South Carroll on January 15 by a score 74 to 30. Blowout was an understatement against this South Carroll team. This was domination from the beginning to end. Senior Sean Lang led the way for the Lancers with 15 points and 6 rebounds. Behind Lang, Jacob...

News for January 16

by Lancer Media

January 16, 2019


Filed under Daily Announcements, Fall 2018

WISE is meeting today from 7:00 to 8:15 PM at the Earth Space Science Laboratory at the address below. The featured speaker is Dr. April Boulton, Insect Ecologist and Dean of Graduate School Hood College. No registration is needed!   The mock trial team won their first match last night against Fre...

Rock On: Nicholas Pare releases new album at LHS rock concert

Rock On: Nicholas Pare releases new album at LHS rock concert

by Emily Webb, Editor

January 16, 2019


Filed under Fall 2018, News

On January 11, junior musician Nicholas Pare held a concert to release his new music from his debut record, Memory. Pare has been playing guitar for years and recently created an original album with songs that he wrote and plays lead guitar. The concert, where he released his new music, was i...

21 Savage produces unique second album

21 Savage produces unique second album

by Bailey Spore and Nick Hayslett

January 16, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fall 2018, Showcase

Late 2018, 21 Savage dropped his second studio album i am > i was (read “i am greater than i was”). Overall the album is great, minus one bad song. i am > i was is very different from the first album, but it's good. Soon after the album's release, on 12-21-18, 21 took to Twitter to announce that a fea...

Black Mirror’s Bandersnatch: An episode you just can’t review

Black Mirror’s Bandersnatch: An episode you just can’t review

by Alex Dembeck and Darbe Reesman

January 16, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fall 2018, Showcase

Warning: This article contains spoilers You’d be lying if you said that you’ve never watched a show and wished you could have changed the ending or the choices made by the characters. Thanks to Netflix, now you can. Within the last two years, Netflix has released four interactive children's televi...

News for January 15

by Lancer Media

January 15, 2019


Filed under Daily Announcements, Fall 2018

The Lancer girls varsity basketball team lost 49-41 to Westminster High School. JV boys basketball also lost to westminster 42-36. Better luck next time lancers! Girls JV Basketball won 44-34 against Westminster . Boys Varsity basketball won 65-64 against Westminster . Great job, Lancers! Toni...

Aquaman— DC Comic rises to the surface but still sinks below Marvel

Aquaman— DC Comic rises to the surface but still sinks below Marvel

by Maya Apau and Daniel Apau

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fall 2018

Will Aquaman remain in Atlantis or on the stage of the Oscars? Imagine if you were split between two worlds: Atlantis and Earth. For DC Comic  underwater superhero, on land he is Arthur Curry, and underwater he is Aquaman. Aquaman is a Warner Bros, DC Comic movie that is about the city of Atlantis bein...

After falling to Titans, Easterday plans to reach or go over .500 on the season

After falling to Titans, Easterday plans to reach or go over .500 on the season

by Jason Byrd, Sports Editor

January 15, 2019


Filed under Fall 2018, Showcase, Sports

On January 9, the girls varsity basketball team lost a tight game with high energy and big plays but the final seconds of the game put the Lancer down at the buzzer. Makaala Ambush, who finished with 17 points, carried her team through the game. With about 1.6 seconds left,  Ambush got the ball and...

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