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Caroline Hobson

Caroline Hobson, Editor in Chief

Caroline Hobson (@CarolineHobso10) is a member of the Class of 2022. In her free time she enjoys art, music, playing piano, and reading. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

Caroline is also part of the Quill and Scroll Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National Honor Society, Science Honor Society, and Spanish Honor Society. She enjoys getting involved in her community as well as helping others. 

Her favorite subjects in school include English, art, and science. Caroline loves all things biology and medicine. She hopes to one day attend college at University of Maryland to become a pediatrician. 

Caroline joined journalism to express her creativity through writing articles. She loves to inform the world about current topics and write stories that she is passionate about.

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Community Involvement starts young in the New Market and Linganore community. The Linganore Oakdale Urbana Youth Athletic Association sports (LOUYAA) have participated in the homecoming parade for years. Linganore Pom & Dance (pictured) and Linganore Cheerleading (not pictured) were both shaking their pom-poms down New Market. The LOUYAA Linganore Pom & Dance program is designed for Kindergarten girls through 8th grade, to learn and perform choreography for halftime performances at LOUYAA Linganore youth football games. The program aims to build confidence while creating friendship. The Linganore High Pom team volunteer their time to teach the younger girls dances and teamwork twice a week.

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September 30, 2021
LHS Gender Sexuality Alliance shined bright in this years Homecoming Parade. 
GSA will be hosting their 6th annual Winter Formal, more information to come. Be sure to follow @linganore_gsa for updates.

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September 30, 2021
The National FFA Organization, a popular student organization at Linganore drove thought the parade attached to a tractor. Senior Shea Cencula, waves to the community as she rides along on  the float. Out of all the groups who entered floats in the parade- they all look great! The judges results placed FFA in 3rd.

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September 30, 2021
Are you physiqued to be a Lancer? Is heard amiss screaming fans every Friday night. Led by varsity cheerleading senior captains Gracie Rowe, Lindsey Bruscia, Kerrin Kelsey and Olivia Addis. Both varsity and jv cheerleaders, have learn the true meaning of being a Lancer. Following behind was the Linganore Oakdale Urbana Youth Athletic Association (LOUYAA), Lancer Youth Cheerleading team. The athletes cheer for the Linganore Youth Football program.  Cheerleaders ages 5-14 learn skills related to cheering and stunting. Respect, teamwork and self-confidence is promoted. The older, High school girls are looked up to by the LOUYAA cheerleaders.

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September 30, 2021
Six- time state champions, the varsity football team primarily made of graduating seniors is hoping for one last chance to be a champion. Coach Rick Conner and Quarterback Timmy Conner bring a whole new meaning to the unspoken respect and appreciation between coach and player. The Father and Son duo have not let us down. After winning the most recent game in overtime (54-53), the team was grateful for the mellow walk down main street, hearing their names be chanted throughout the historic city.

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September 30, 2021
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