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Students honor Parkland victims

Luke Pendley

Luke Pendley, Sports Editor

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At 12:27 p.m. March 7, 17 bells rang to honor the 17 victims of the Stoneman Douglas shooting. Students stood outside for 17 minutes for a moment of silence and a prayer by New Hope’s high school leader Kacey Foley. 

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Luke Pendley, Sports Editor

Luke’s the name, sports is my game. You can put me with anyone and anywhere as long as a sports topic comes up, I’m there for hours. Anywhere from football to golf a conversation or debate about sports will go on forever, I’m not a fan of losing. As a kid, I was not one for cartoons every morning, I woke up earlier and turned on Sportscenter before school so I was always ‘in the know’ of the world of sports. I mainly take pictures and write stories about sports, henceforth I am the sports editor of the newspaper. I’ve always loved taking pictures and writing, it’s been a passion of mine since I was a little kid constantly playing with my mom’s camera. This is my second year on the newspaper staff but my fourth year on the yearbook staff where I am co-editor in chief.

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