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Senior Bronwyn Khangsar skates across the ice during a hockey game. She is one of the team captains and plays defense for the Dallas Stars Elite Girls hockey team. “[It’s difficult] constantly being motivated to improve,” Khangsar said. “There’s so many ways to get better and be the best that you can be.”

Skating through senior year

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor
November 2, 2020
Koch works with the battery during after school rehearsal on Oct. 9. Oftentimes, the battery rehearses separately from the band, joining for more holistic practice. “He makes us fix our own stuff so that we can only get broad comments from the [press] box,” Senior percussionist Ike Bowen said. “He likes to mess around and be goofy and get along with his students until it’s time to play. Then, he’s very matter-of-fact and gets it done.”

The beat of a new drum

Andie San Luis, Reporter
October 21, 2020
Although she was initially just excited to be there, senior Abby Rieger was grateful that she chose to be a part of Santa Clara Vanguard Drum and Bugle Corps after attending the audition camps. “The organization is truly like a family,” Rieger said. “Whether that means being great friends, holding each other accountable, being there for emotional support, pushing each other to be better all the time or whatever other positive aspect a family could bring to your life.”

Drum major dreams

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
May 2, 2020
Stressed out: students reflect on stressors in school

Stressed out: students reflect on stressors in school

Hailey Dirks and Yasmin Haq
December 19, 2019
Rezazadeh performs “The Wrong Side of the Tracks” with the The Cavaliers. The show included music by Christopher Rouse, Thomas Newman, Donald Grantham, Mike McIntosh and Clif Walker and placed fifth at the DCI World Championships.

A Step Above the Rest

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
September 6, 2019
Senior Rhett Reasonover plays warm-ups with the rest of the mellophone section. He hopes to have a great last year with the band. “I’m looking forward to getting this last year with all my senior friends before we all go to different colleges,” Reasonover said. “And getting the most out of my last year in this band.”

Hebron Band begins BOA Grand Nationals season

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
August 16, 2019
Sophomore Michelle Arriaga conducts during an afternoon band rehearsal. She arrives early and stays late for every practice to help out and to be there people. “I definitely have to dedicate a lot more time to the band program now,” Arriaga said.

Finding her Rhythm

Kate Haas, Reporter
September 12, 2018
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