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Get your swish on \\ Shooting a free throw, freshman Kerbie Cash plays against McKinney North High School. She is on varsity which makes her the youngest one on the team.

She’s got game

writer: Hope Altobelli, journalism student
February 20, 2021
Behind the screen  \\ Sophomore Elena Flores is a remote learner in culinary class. She cooks along at home as she watches Chef Calin and the on-campus learners prepare food in class. “I recorded myself cooking an omelet and just last weekend I recorded myself cutting a watermelon,” Flores said Flores said.

Home cookin’

writer: Mallery Koehler, journalism student
February 18, 2021
Come out on top \\ The cheer team wins 12th at the State UIL competition, making school history with the highest scores ever received. “Once we found out we made finals we went straight to practicing so we could hopefully win,” senior Kaitlyn Feece said.

Cheerleaders reflect on recent success

writer: Braelyn Wiest, journalism student
February 12, 2021
On the ball \\ Freshman Bryn Geppert plays against Royse City Jan. 8. The freshman on varsity helped the team defeat the Bulldogs 4-0. “I like the challenge of being on varsity and it’s overall super fun,” Geppert said.

Born to play soccer

writer: Ellie Eason, journalism student
February 5, 2021
Goofy Grandpa \\ During one of the theatre's dress rehearsals, junior Robair Sedarous acts as Grandpa Gordon in the week before opening night. Later, he was quarantined on opening night and did not get to act in the musical for most of the showings. “Theater is important to me because that is my only time of day when I get to speak to my friends about something other than homework,” Sedarous said. “It's my free time during the day. It puts in a space of mine where I can forget about all my academic responsibilities for just a couple of hours.”

Quirky quarantine

writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
February 2, 2021
Back to school \\  Warming up the Dance I students, Wylie East Alumna Brooke Hogan returns to fulfill her student teaching requirements as a dance education major. Ms. Hogan was a member of the Sapphires which influenced her decision to continue dancing for her college’s team and the reason she chose to pursue dance education. “Being a coach is weird, but it helps me understand Sapphires as a whole, both dancing and directing,” Ms. Hogan said.

Full 360

writer: Brie Garrett, journalism student
February 1, 2021
To the office \\ The counselors' offices are located in room 319 along the main hallway. Students can make an appointment through Mrs. Ragsdale to see their counselor.

Back to basics

writer: Hannah Hansen, Staff Reporter
January 25, 2021
Pregame handshakes \\ While the announcer calls out her name, senior Kiley Hicks does a handshake with her teammate Michelle Niakundi before their game against Rockwall High School Nov. 30. Varsity girls basketball is currently ranked #12 in the state. “The best part would definitely be spending my senior year leading our underclassmen and being with my best friend,” Hicks said.

And won 

writer: Katie Borchetta, Staff Reporter
January 21, 2021

Schools everywhere quarantine students

writer: Braydon Pyles, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2020
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