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Photo Gallery: Silver Wings Spring Show

Photo Gallery: Silver Wings Spring Show

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
May 2, 2023
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Junior Leeah Boyd and and freshman Ryann Phillips do a “firebird” jump during the gymnastics section of the big novelty dance during the spring show. The big novelty group dance was sports themed, highlighting important women in swimming, basketball, tennis and gymnastics.

Silver Wings left their mark this weekend

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
April 28, 2023
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Senior Sergeant Sydney Shifflet greets a visitor as they enter. Custom green tote bags were passed out to visitors as a convenient shopping bag upon entering.

Photo Gallery: Silver Wings Gift Galleria

Henry Pham, Visuals editor
December 8, 2022
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Players pose for a photo in celebration of their win. Their next game is an away game against V.R. Eaton on Sept. 9.

Photo Gallery: First home football game 09/02

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
September 7, 2022
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The Silver Wings perform at the homecoming game on Oct. 22. In the fall, the Silver Wings focus on performing at pep rallies and for halftime.

Silver Wings to compete in first contest Feb. 12

Shehzil Imran, Feature editor
February 11, 2022
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Junior captain Caroline Holloway stands with the Silver Wings as the football team enters the field on Oct. 29. Following the conclusion of football season, the Silver Wings begin preparing for their competitive season and will later transition into their spring show.

Silver Wings to host annual Gift Galleria Dec. 4

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief
November 29, 2021
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 Junior Lieutenant Marielle Bustamante smiles at the crowd during the Silver Wings halftime performance during the Sept. 24 home game.

Silver Wings to host dance clinic Oct. 16

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager
October 1, 2021
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Junior Caroline Holloway leads the Silver Wings in their lines at the pep rally on Sept. 10. The last time she was able to perform in a pep rally was her freshman year as a rookie —  now she is the person in charge. “The last time we had a regular football season was my freshman year, so its fun to go back, but Im realizing how demanding it is with a regular football season and pep rallies,” Holloway said.

High kicking into captain

Kate Knauff, News editor
September 27, 2021
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The HawkAppella choir closes out the pep rally by leading the crowd in the school song. “This was my first time performing in a pep rally,” junior Christopher Clausen said. “It was very exciting to go down to the court and sing a song for most of the school. At first I was a bit nervous, but since I was singing with my friend it was fun and enjoyable. I got a chance to sing in front of my classmates that didn’t go to our concerts and was happy that they got to hear us.”

Photo Gallery: First pep rally 9/10

Kate Knauff, News editor
September 17, 2021
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Silver Wings to host virtual silent auction

Silver Wings to host virtual silent auction

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
November 6, 2020
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The Silver Wings prepare to perform at halftime during a football game on August 30. After football season ended, the girls started preparing for their annual Spring Show which has been canceled due to COVID-19. “As hard as practices were, I miss them a lot,” captain Mariah McCardell said. “We have a habit of complaining about waking up super early, but at the end of the day, those girls are what got me through those early mornings and now I don’t get to see them. I wish I had taken the time to realize how lucky I am.”

Dancing through change

Kate Knauff, News editor
April 29, 2020
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Senior Mariah McCardell smiles to the crowd during a football game at Coppell on Oct. 4. McCardell is the first African-American captain for Silver Wings.

Making history

Leila Olukoga, Reporter
December 6, 2019
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