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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Peyton Kuschmeider

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor

Junior Peyton Kuschmeider is the multimedia editor and this is her second year on staff. In her free time, she loves to take photos, read, write, go on long drives and works at Texas Roadhouse. 

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Music is more than just noise; it can be intricate, passionate, therapeutic and emotional. It became a safe space for me, which is why music is one of the most important forms of human expression.

[Photo] Opinion: More than noise

Gavin Lambert, Reporter
May 16, 2024
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Junior Ella Anding joined track and cross country during her freshman year. After a series of struggles and achievements, she was promoted to varsity as a sophomore and fell in love with the sport, despite mental struggles.

A happy place

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
May 1, 2024
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First lieutenant Kate Walker dances during their last performance of the show. Before this, each senior was recognized with their family as a video played with photos and a voice recording from each of them. “It’s definitely sad because this will be the last time dancing for a lot of us,” Walker said. “We’re closing this chapter of our life, but we’ve come really far.”

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Klaus dances during her solo performance. Next year, Sipko will take over as captain after Klaus graduates. “We’re leaving Silver Wings in a super good place,” Klaus said. “Next year’s team and all the teams to come will have a strong foundation for their years and their spring shows.”

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Junior lieutenant Ava Sipko dances to “All I Ask.” This year, the Silver Wings officers won best of the best overall officer line.

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Tran performs during a hip-hop dance. Before this, the colorguard performed a second time to “Can’t Catch Me Now.”

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The girls hug their fathers after a father-daughter dance. The fathers performed a dance number on their own, and were later joined by their daughters to dance as a group.

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Sophomore Hollis Teed and Klaus dance with the western Barbies in their Barbie dance routine. The girls were split into western, sport and work out Barbies, and then joined each other to dance as a group to “Barbie Girl.”

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Senior lieutenant Kennedy Sinkey performs her solo at the end of the team’s tap dance routine. Following the performance, the colorguard performed to “Vampire.”

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Junior sergeant Lexi Todd and sophomore Natalie Cox dance during a hip-hop piece. Before this, the orchestra performed “Yesterday.”

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Captain Makenzie Klaus dances during the team’s performance of “All Eyes on Us.” At their competition at Argyle High School, elite, team and officers placed first in multiple categories and they were the highest scoring team in contemporary, jazz, modern and open routines.

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Senior lieutenant Madeleine Tran performs in a ballet dance. Prior to this performance, a video was displayed titled “Our Perspective” and included a slideshow of photos and videos from the fall semester.

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Senior Jamie Kresta performs in the opening dance of the show. The team performed to “Eye of the Tiger,” which was followed by a performance from the drumline.

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A photo of my dad and his coworkers, including his friend who died in a motorcycle accident is framed in a motorcycle chain. Accompanied with it, is an angel that I keep on the sun visor of my car with the words, “Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.”

Opinion: Think twice

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
April 29, 2024
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Junior Greta Knight made All-State two times in a row and was invited to the most recent Southwestern American Choral Directors Association (SWACDA) convention. She is continuing her choir journey into her senior year, hoping to make All-State for a third time.

The melody of a miracle

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
April 1, 2024
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Photo gallery: Baseball plays Plano East 3/22

Photo gallery: Baseball plays Plano East 3/22

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
March 25, 2024
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Special education teacher Deborah Corbet poses with a heart pillow she received in the hospital, with letters she received laid out on her desk. Corbet has a long scar across her chest from her heart surgery.

The heart of a survivor

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
March 8, 2024
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It is easy to think that two worlds can’t collide, but Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have proven different. The couple is helping create bonds between people who have different interests.

Opinion: When two worlds collide

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
March 7, 2024
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Photo Gallery: Softball first district game 3/5

Photo Gallery: Softball first district game 3/5

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
March 6, 2024
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Senior Max Turman poses on the proscenium stage in the auditorium. The fine arts department recently performed “Matilda” on this stage, in which Turman played the role of Mr. Wormwood.

Hawks Uncovered: Senior Max Turman

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
February 8, 2024
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Science teacher Kelly O’Brien poses in her science classroom. O’Brien teaches Anatomy and Physiology, AP Biology and sponsors The Heart Club.

Hawks Uncovered: Science teacher Kelly O’Brien

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
January 31, 2024
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As a community, we have the power to start change. As a nation, we have the power to save lives. “We the people” need to live and fight for the people who die, daily.

[Photo] Opinion: New year, new list

Shiren Noorani, Opinion Editor
January 24, 2024
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Since November, I’ve been struggling with a severe health complication: losing the ability to walk properly. Dealing with a severe knee injury has hindered me from truly enjoying my last year of high school.

[Photo] Senior column: Torn apart

Madeline Rivera, Editor-in-Chief
January 19, 2024
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 Numbers on a transcript cannot dictate who one is, and that pushed narrative is the unhealthy trap of a “perfect student” mask.

[Photo] Opinion: Grades cannot be everything

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
December 15, 2023
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Seniors Ana Hawthorne (left), Alyssa Sneed (middle) and Lucy Crowder (right) pose for a photo together on signing day on Nov. 8.

Catching commitments

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
December 12, 2023
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The Prudential Center is hosting their 90th showcase, “VOYAGE,” Nov. 2–6. This showcase features 16 mannequins, the 15 ones inside all with real flowers, and aims to “present a cultural storytelling experience that connects the world through flowers.”

Growing Joy

Krista Fleming, Peyton Kuschmeider and Lillian Walters
November 3, 2023
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 I hold a photo of my great grandmother on her wedding day. In this photo, she is wearing a traditional Polish dress, and her husband is wearing his military uniform.

Opinion: Pra babcia

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
October 19, 2023
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JJ Hatcher’s family and friends walk onto the field at the first home football game on Aug. 25. The game was dedicated to JJ, and the family was recognized on the field for a moment of silence.

Continuing a legacy

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
September 12, 2023
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The 2023-24 Hawk Eye editors pose for a photo.

Quiz: Which 2023-24 Hawk Eye editor are you?

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
August 30, 2023
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Sophomore wide receiver Tyler Hoke runs with the ball. He was tackled by a Jesuit player and did not score.

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Senior Charlotte Scott performs with the color guard during the halftime show. The 2023 band show is called “Monomyth,” which translates to “one myth” and tells the story of multiple heroes moving toward the same goal.

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The student section links pinkies before a kick off. The student section theme for this game was “black out.”

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Sophomore Gavin Shand performs with the band in the stands. The band performed a multitude of stand tunes during the game and played the fight song after every Hebron touchdown.

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Senior captain Makenzie Klaus leads the Silver Wings in lines to entertain the audience before the game begins. Before the Silver Wings started their performance, the band recognized its senior members in celebration of senior night.

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Senior Malik Hamza has been playing trombone since middle school. Originally, he did not want to play trombone, but after a fitting, he was told he had bad finger dexterity and was put on trombone.

Senior to perform recital May 21

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
May 19, 2023
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Senior Zoe Bowen stands in the batter’s box as her team cheers for her on March 6. The team played Marcus and won 8-1.

Softball season comes to an end

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
May 2, 2023
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Photo Gallery: Prom 2023

Photo Gallery: Prom 2023

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
May 2, 2023
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Photo Gallery: Softball’s first district game

Photo Gallery: Softball’s first district game

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
March 9, 2023
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