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The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

Leads Ellie Blake (Lauren Hackett) and Katherine Blake (Malia Smaha) celebrate the wedding at the end of the musical while returning to their bodies. (Mike Miller)

Musical Review: Freaky Friday provides a glimpse of “just one day”

by Audrey Kilgore, Editor May 2, 2022

In the opening scene, a mother and a daughter fight and plead for each other to change. As the first song progresses, lights grow strong and colorful on stage, flickering rapidly. There is tension between...

All the contestants after their dance portion of the competition.

Joey Dorman unmasked as Mr. Linganore 2022

by Emily Lotito, Editor in Chief March 10, 2022

After a long couple weeks of dance rehearsals, tux fittings, and practicing their talents, Mr. Jeremy Brown unmasked the winner of Mr. Linganore 2022 as Joey Dorman. Jack Sears was runner up, and Mikeah...

Contestants along with their Dance Partners pay close attention to Mrs. Linda Sanders.

Mr. Linganore returns with “Man Behind the Mask”

by Madeline Hull, Editor In Chief February 7, 2022

Do you have what it takes to be Mr. Linganore?   On February 7, the contestants of Mr. Linganore attended their second dance rehearsal before the contest on March 5. The contestants for the 2022...

19th annual Distinguished Graduates Ceremony sparks life long inspiration among the class of 2025

by Caroline Hobson, Editor in Chief December 2, 2021

On November 23, the class of 2025, staff, and alumni attended the 19th Distinguished Graduate Ceremony. Presented by the Distinguished Graduate Organization, Alumni Association, and Student Government...

Grace Fryer (Mary Bailey), Kathryn Schaub (Maggie Glassman, and Irene Rudolph (Malia Smaha) sit at their work bench unaware of the future that awaits them.

Lancer Spotlight 11/16/21: Radium Girls glows as fall play debuts

by Sophia Hopkins, Reporter November 22, 2021

On November 11  - 14, The drama department presented Radium Girls, starring Mary Bailey, Maggie Glassman and Malia Smaha as factory workers who are poisoned by their work with the radioactive element,...

Julia Hersch (playing Arthur Roeder) and Joseph Looper (playing Dr. Von Sochocky) taking center stage while performing a scene from the first act of Radium Girls.

Lancer Spotlight 10/26/21: Radium Girls lights up the stage

by Audrey Kilgore, Editor October 26, 2021

In 1898, radium was discovered by Marie and Pierre Curie. Soon, the luminescent substance became known for its green glow and miraculous "health benefits," like curing cancer, consumption and tuberculosis. Who...

How does the band achieve perfection? Its simple, dedication to each individual detail. Standing in formation, marching with a roll step, and attending hours of band practice are just a few key steps that help them reach greatness.

Getting the band back together: The “Cinematic Universe” transforms marching experience

by Caroline Hobson, Editor in Chief September 30, 2021

  Between band camp, running through shows, extra long practices, and Friday night football games. The Linganore Marching Band and Color Guard march to the tune of their own drums (and other...

The hill painting is the first event in the celebration of homecoming week.

Spray paint, grass and school spirit: Painting the hill for homecoming kicks off the week

by Mia Lucas, Reporter September 30, 2021

Have some spray paint?  Want a chance to make graffiti without getting in trouble?  Hill painting for homecoming is just the ticket. The hill paintings are a long time tradition, and they...

Freshman Lindsey Jonas and Juniors Emily Jonas and Mary Bailey drop off canned food while picking up school supplies for the new semester.

SGA holds a canned-food drive during materials return event

by Alexis Rich, Guest Reporter February 9, 2021

Like other pandemic activities, returning books and materials isn't easy during an all-virtual first semester. But when giving is part of the process, and helping out the community by bringing bags of...

Caroline Hobson and Madeline Hull posing for a picture while wearing face-masks back in March 2020.

High school students talk about their understanding of Covid-19

by Madeline Hull and Caroline Hobson January 15, 2021

There’s a tendency for people to think, "It doesn't cause severe disease so why should I be concerned?" "It's not going to put me in the hospital." "It’s not going to kill me." That's probably true...

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