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The girls soccer team does its pre-game huddle before the game begins against Coppell on Feb. 6. The team won the game 3-1.

Photo gallery: Girls soccer vs. Coppell 2/6

Caleb Wright, Sports editor
February 8, 2024
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Senior Paris Bradley attempts to outmaneuver the opposing team in a game against Ryan High School on Nov. 28. The team won 58-36 after making a comeback in the third quarter, then led the rest of the game.

Girls basketball to build district lead Dec. 8

Caleb Wright, Sports editor
December 8, 2023
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Running back Hudson Brock pushes the ball downfield in the first quarter of the Homecoming game against Plano East on Sept. 29. The team won the game 38-28.

Hawks take on top team in district Oct. 20

Caleb Wright, Sports editor
October 19, 2023
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Senior pitcher Will Patterson works on his pitching during practice on March 31. The team has been focusing on the style of play that Marcus typically uses as well as practicing their strengths, like pitching.

Baseball team to play Marcus April 4

Caleb Wright, Sports editor
April 3, 2023
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Head wrestling coach Jacob Green performs a takedown on a student for demonstration. Practice and drills take place in the new mat room in the Hawk Arena.

Wrestling team to compete in district meet Feb. 3

Henry Pham, Visuals editor
February 2, 2023
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The tennis team huddles up to discuss game plans and strategies before the match against Flower Mound on Sept. 13.

Tennis to compete against Plano West Sept. 27

Henry Pham, Visuals editor
September 27, 2022
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