The Lance

Lancers spray paint their school spirit on hill

Kyle Bedard, Clare Beiter, and Taylor Ferguson work on the  Class of 2020 hill design.

by Emily Webb, Editor-In-Chief

October 3, 2019

For many, a sunny 90-degree day in September would be cue to stay inside next to the nearest AC unit. For the Lancers, it means a sweaty sunburned afternoon of fun spray painting the grass hill leading down to the stadium.  Homecoming week is filled with tradition, spirit, and comradery. On September 29,...

No place like home: New Market parade features themed floats and more

The Class of 2021 members show off their school spirit by decorating their float for the parade.

by Alexis Fowler and Jessica Young

September 30, 2019

On September 28, Linganore held their infamous homecoming parade. The parade featured floats, the homecoming court, Student Government Class Councils, the marching band and supporters from the community! The parade included floats created by the class councils of 2020, 2021, 2022 and the student gov...

One semester down, one more until summer time!

Moments from the first semester

by Emily Lotito and Lindsay Toothaker

January 24, 2019

Our first semester of 2018-2019 is finally done! Class of 2022 made it out alive and are heading to their second semester looking forward to learning experiences. As freshmen, they have transitioned from middle school to high school starting as little fish in the pond. But we have grown! Students have...

Sciences honoree Asbury recommends “Be different, Be quirky”

Curtis Asbury talks to the journalism class.

by Rachel McCoy, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Dr. Curtis Asbury is the Distinguished Graduate organization honoree in sciences 2018. He received the recognition on November 20, 2018. At the ceremony, each honoree spoke to the Class of 2022. Asbury’s speech emphasis was “where you came from, where you are, and where you are going.” He talk...

Homecoming 2018: Traditional banner making spikes up competition

The winning banner hangs from the railing on Main Street.

by Grace Gaydosh, Kendall Martin, Carson Buck, Dana Kullgren, and Julie Walker

October 5, 2018

Banner making is one of the many traditions at Linganore during homecoming week. It allows class members to work together to make the first statement of Homecoming 2018 on Main Street. This year's spirit week theme was "Looking forward and remembering the past." The Class of 2021 placed first with...

Homecoming 2018: Sophomores win annual hill painting with “groovy” theme

The class of 2022 surrounds their hill painting

by Maya Apau, Erich Miller, Tabitha Moses, and Emily Webb

October 4, 2018

There are many homecoming traditions unique to Linganore, one being the hill painting. On September 30, the hill leading down to the stadium was divided into four different sections and each class was given a part to spray paint with their interpretation of this year's homecoming theme -- "Looking Fo...

Class of 2022 shares their first impressions

Kaelyn Diaz heads to her bus after a day of being a freshman.

by Emily Lotito, Reporter

September 24, 2018

On September 4, the Class of 2022 started their four-year journey in high school. Students got lost in the halls. Teachers handed out their syllabi and their new rules and expectations for the class.  “I expected to get hazed a lot by upperclassmen and get pushed around a lot.  I also didn't ex...

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