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[Photo] Class of COVID-19

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
May 16, 2020
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[Photo] 5 places still open in quarantine

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
April 14, 2020
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Sophomore Kevin Bobby practices a debate on the topic of abortion.

[Photo] Debate Competed in TFA State Tournament

Katlynn Fox, Editor-In-Chief
March 12, 2020
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Junior Maddie Carter pitches during the top of the second inning after Nimitz got its first home run in the top of the first inning. Carter pitched for the entirety of the game.

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The Hawks make their way to the dugout after warm-up is over. Before the game starts, the team meets at the pitcher’s mound for the national anthem and to do a cheer.

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Freshman Shorey Nguyen plays third base in the top of the seventh inning. Nimitz scored four runs in the last inning, but the Hawks hit three pop flies that were caught to end the game.

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Senior Natalia Caro allows a runner to get to second base during her at-bat and gets walked herself. The next hitter was senior Casey Connolly, who hit a foul ball that was caught by Nizmitz’s catcher.

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Senior Casey Connolly slides into home after a hit to center field by junior Rylee Nicholson. She got on base with a single, then she stole second and third base.

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Junior Madeline Carter throws the ball to senior Zebedee Gonzales to get the out at first base. A second baseman, Gonzales ran to cover first for senior Ira Kang when she came in to field a bunt.

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Freshman Shorey Nguyen gets tagged out at home. Senior Zebedee Gonzales and junior Rylee Nicholson rounded the bases after her, both scoring a run.

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Freshman Shorey Nguyen gets a hit in the bottom of the third inning. She made it to first, then senior Zebedee Gonzales got a single off a bunt, which brought Nguyen to second base.

[Photo] Photo Gallery: Softball 3/10

March 12, 2020
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[Photo] Music students and teachers attend TMEA convention

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
February 20, 2020
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Juniors Olivia Hunt and Ava Meyer walk to the bench after the game ends. Vaughn tried to give everyone a chance to play during the match, including underclassmen. “All the girls practiced hard and wanted to play, so if you have time to add them in, you want to give them quality minutes,” Vaughn said.

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Senior Malia Ramdhanny takes the ball down the field. Ramdhanny was playing with a broken wrist, but continued to play as aggressively as the rest of the team.

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The girls prepare to intercept an Irving throw-in. Irving is currently last in the district, but Vaughn said they can cause some damage. “They’re not a bad team,” Vaughn said. “We gave them a couple of chances that I think we should not have let them have.”

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Senior Olivia Hasler fights for possession off a throw-in. Hasler scored the second goal of the game with a header off a corner kick taken by senior Arianah Torres.

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Senior Briley Weatherford turns to chase a missed pass. Weatherford scored the first goal of the match early in the first half. She also scored the third goal from a shot deflected off the opposite goal post.

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Varsity gathers in a huddle before the kick off. It is tradition for someone to lead the team in prayer before the match, and after the prayer, the girls yell a chant that starts, “Matthew, Mark Luke and John” and blesses the game.

[Photo] Photo Gallery: Girls soccer 2/18

February 19, 2020
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[Photo] Uniquity is Universal

February 18, 2020
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Junior David Howe plays fundamentals during a concert band rehearsal on Dec.10. Before working on music, every band class practices breathing, buzzing on brass mouthpieces and playing fundamental exercises to develop the sound of the ensemble.

[Photo] Band to perform Christmas concert Monday

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
December 13, 2019
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Bond plays through the drum show with the rest of the battery during an early morning rehearsal.

[Photo] No Backing Down

November 14, 2019
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Senior Justin Mora has been in football and band since his freshman year. He said that both programs are like a family though the people in each are different. The football guys are of course more rowdy and stuff like that, and the band kids are more civilized and polite, Mora said.

[Photo] King of the field

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
November 6, 2019
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The girls celebrate winning a point.

[Photo] Photo Gallery: Volleyball 9/21

September 27, 2018
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Ruckus and Rowdy members hold up one finger to rally having one point left in the game.

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Sophomore Brooke Nichols tips the ball over the net.

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Senior Emma Clothier digs a serve and saves the point.

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Freshman Harmony Sample tips the ball over Lewisville players hands.

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Sophomore Brooke Nichols falls after trying to save a ball.

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Junior Isabelle Ousby saves a serve.

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Senior Emma Clothier spikes the ball.

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Senior Emma Clothier reaches for the ball while her teammates prepare to save it.

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Freshmen Harmony Sample and Lia Okammor warm up before the game.

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English teacher Nicole Perkins reads at her desk before school hours. Despite living a self-appointed ‘crazy, but in a sad way’ life, Perkins consistently has a smile on her face and a witty remark on her tongue during her class periods. “At the end of the day, we’re all learning, and sometimes that’s all you can ask for,” Perkins said.

[Photo] Teacher Tea – Ms. Perkins

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
September 19, 2018
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