Archive for May 15th, 2018

Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 14

Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 14

This week on Wildcat News we attend the Deaf Performance Night, we look into the class ranking system being taken away, we follow students to the Alternative Prom, we discover a new trend that is taking over social media, and we follow the senior class to their yearbook signing.

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Sliding toward victory > Feeding off the hype from her team, sophomore Kaitlyn Tucker slides her way to third base. “It makes me feel happy and relieved knowing that I made it to the base, and didn’t let my team down,” Tucker said. Photo by Laura Krivac.
Great escape> After getting away from the defense, senior Kori Lawrence is passing it to her defense to get it up the field. Lawrence has been playing for 14 year and has always enjoyed it. “I started playing because of my older brother,” Lawrence said. “I always wanted to play every sport that he ever did.” Lawrence will move to pursue soccer at the college level at Presbyterian College. At her senior night game she scored a goal against South Johnston High School. Picture by Faith Hyer.

Varsity Soccer’s Fancy Footwork

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Defending > During a game against Corinth Holders, the ball was played on defense for the majority of game. The game ended with a 3-0 loss. “When I play I’m in another zone. I’ve played on varsity for 3 years, playing defense, so if the ball gets past us I feel like it's partly my fault,” junior Carrington Mack said. Photo by Iran Castro.

Get In The Game

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Throwing Strikes > Senior Gianna Gallina is the starting pitcher and her full focus is on the game. She doesn’t let her emotions get in the way and has to keep a clean mind while getting ready to pitch. ”As I start to pitch, I think about the wrist snap I’m going to have to do for that certain pitch,” Gallina said. Photo by Maddie Betz.

In It to Win It

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