Articles By: faith hyer

Hard work pays off- Band has been a part of sophomore Alex Salgado’s life since strings class in elementary school. “A lot of dedication and work goes into a show and the people make that work seem like so much fun,” Salgado said. Salgado is a tenor sax player and partakes in concert band, marching band, and jazz band.  Picture by Faith Hyer.

Remembrances and Renewals

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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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Shoot- Senior Audrey Rentz takes the shot during this warm up drill though she doesn't shoot during a game. Photo by Faith Hyer.

Soccer

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FCCLA Book Drive

FCCLA Book Drive

The FCCLA is holding a book drive so they could donate books to Dixon Road and McGee’s Elementary School. The drive has been going on for five years and they have given an estimated total of 20,000 books. For this drive, you would give five books then the elementary school kids would get five books. The FCCLA members love to […]

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Winterfest

Winterfest

On Saturday, February 17 was the annual Winterfest. It is a time for school winter bands to come and compete with each other. The West Johnston Winter Drumline won first place in the competition. “It is a huge fundraiser for the school band programs like marching band, symphonic band, wind ensemble, and winter drumline,” freshman Aidan Miller said. The schools […]

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Don’t lose sight of who you are

Don’t lose sight of who you are

Freshman Allison Wade has not had the easiest life. Throughout elementary and middle school she was bullied by both students and teachers. She is now at the happiest point in her life so far and looks forward to her future. She wants to become a college professor and teach literature. She wants to teach them that it is okay to speak […]

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