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Junior Cameron Mennsfield and senior Jaden Clemons shake hands during a game against Marcus on Jan. 13. The team won the game 67-40.

Boys basketball to play final district game Feb. 14

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
February 14, 2023
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Junior attacker Mollie Cho practices on the morning of Aug. 26. Water polo’s last game took place on Oct. 4 against Southlake Carroll.

Girls water polo to begin playoffs

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
October 7, 2022
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The girls soccer team embraces during a home game against Lewisville on Feb. 15. The team beat Lewisville by a score of 7-0.

Girls soccer advances to playoffs

Madeline Rivera, Editor-in-Chief
March 24, 2022
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Defensive end Joseph Onuwabhagbe collides with a Marcus player on Oct. 22. Onuwabhagbe has made four sacks and has averaged 2.3 tackles per game this season.

Football to face Allen in first round of playoffs

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief
November 11, 2021
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Junior point guard Logan McLaughlin dribbles the ball down the court.

Photo Gallery: Boys Basketball 2/18

Harper Lee, Reporter
February 22, 2019
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Senior Courtney Murrell dribbles the ball past a McKinney defender.

Photo Gallery Basketball 2/20

Harper Lee, Reporter
February 23, 2018
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The football players charge onto the field for the game against Southlake Carroll.

Football to play Allen in first round of playoffs Friday

Shreya Rao, Managing Editor
November 16, 2017
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Senior Sydney Streenz stays close to second base as she watches her teammate bat. Streenz was trying to steal third base, but the inning ended before she could.

Photo Gallery: Varsity Softball 4/27

Christi Hamilton, Reporter
May 1, 2017
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