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Vince Booth swings his way to states

Vince Booth swings his way to states

by Dane Shaw, Reporter

October 28, 2019

Member of the class of 2020, Vince Booth is a multi-sport student athlete. Vince golfs, swims, plays the guitar and is involved with extracurricular activities.  During the fall semester,Vince practices after school at PB Dye Golf Club where he works on perfecting his swing. Vince struggles to keep up with hi...

Registrar Reggio, keeper of student records, joins staff

Registrar Reggio, keeper of student records, joins staff

by Kat Taylor, Reporter

September 26, 2019

In any movie production, most people focus on the actors rather than the script writers. This concept is similar to the  students knowing who the principal and teachers are and not the registrar. The registrar is the mastermind behind the accuracy of the records and transcripts. Ms. Kirstin Reggio began ...

College and career fair at lunch helps students plan for future: Photo of the Day 10/4/18

College and career fair at lunch helps students plan for future: Photo of the Day 10/4/18

by Lily Weaver, Managing Editor

October 4, 2018

On October 3 a total of 19 colleges and post-high school career representatives came to Main Street for the annual college fair during all lunch shifts. These colleges included Shippensburg University, Dickinson College, Hood College, Allegheny College of Maryland, Shenandoah University, Frederick Commun...

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Jordan Clabaugh flies high at Salisbury University

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Jordan Clabaugh flies high at Salisbury University

by Devin Barge, Co-Editor-In-Chief

May 21, 2018

Jordan Clabaugh chose to attend Salisbury University because she loves the distance of the school relative to her home. She loves that she will have the ability to have the college experience away from home but still be able to come home whenever she pleases. Clabaugh plans to major in elementary...

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Jordan Cencula dives into Salisbury University

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Jordan Cencula dives into Salisbury University

by Devin Barge, Co-Editor-In-Chief

April 23, 2018

Jordan Cencula decided to attend Salisbury University because she loves the educational program at the university and loves its location. Cencula plans to major in secondary education history and minor in earth science. "I want to become a high school history teacher and help students find their ...

Class of 2018: With 23 days to go, these drama department seniors are excited for graduation

Class of 2018: With 23 days to go, these drama department seniors are excited for graduation

by Mackenzie Berry, Reporter

April 20, 2018

With 23 days until the senior graduation, these drama department Footloose cast members are reflecting upon their years involved in the department and remembering all of the friendships that they've made over the course of their high school careers. Some of the seniors have been involved in all eight pro...

February Signing Day: Snowden spreads his wings and flies with the Salisbury Sea Gulls

February Signing Day: Snowden spreads his wings and flies with the Salisbury Sea Gulls

by Matthew Gelhard and Devin Barge

February 16, 2018

Snowden will continue his football career at Salisbury University as he signs his National Letter of Intent to play the fall of 2018. Playing running back and cornerback, he was one of the driving forces that led Lancers to the 3A State Championship. Snowden put up 476 yards on 57 carries in the backfield, averagi...

How mighty is the SAT?

How mighty is the SAT?

by Emily Reed, Co-editor-in-chief

October 26, 2017

A few years ago, whether students liked it or not, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) was a huge part of their future. Seniors busied themselves applying to colleges and taking the SAT for the last time before they applied. Now, some seniors are choosing not to take the SAT because the schools they ar...

Class of 2017: LHS senior artists craft their way down to 11 days

Class of 2017: LHS senior artists craft their way down to 11 days

by Cindy Zheng, Reporter

May 9, 2017

With only 11 days left until seniors bid a goodbye from the school year, the art students prepare for their bright future ahead, continuing their education and creativity. Some seniors who took part in the art department include Valerie Coblentz, Elise Fenstermacher, Megan Wilhelm, and Melissa Darl...

Triple Threat: Noll Stieren to join two older brothers at Salisbury University

Triple Threat: Noll Stieren to join two older brothers at Salisbury University

by Ethan Hart, Reporter

February 3, 2017

For star defensive back Noll Stieren, football is a family affair. On February 1, Stieren signed his letter of intent to play football for the Salisbury University Seagulls. He will play along with his brothers Clark, a former Linganore quarterback-turned-defensive back at Salisbury, and Wade, who transfe...

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