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Senior Hali Fildes won first in snatch with a weight of 140. The team took first in snatch and second in bench/clean and jerk.
Weightlifting snatches first at districts
Angelica Mendez, Staff reporter | January 21, 2022

Following a loss to longtime rival, Winter Springs, the girls weightlifting team went into...

Defensive midfield Megan ODonnell dribbles the ball down the field. The girls varsity soccer team tied against Oviedo.
Girls soccer ties Oviedo
Ava West, Staff Reporter | January 16, 2022

The girl’s varsity soccer team had not won against Oviedo in six years. They had not even...

senior David Mejia is lifting his opponent in the air because he is trying to return him to the mat. Mejia won this match by pin.
Wrestling qualifies for state duals
Karson Cuozzo , Sports Editor | January 16, 2022

The varsity wrestling team came out on top against Timber Creek in regional duals on Jan. 13....

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After the long awaited season two of Euphoria due to the pandemic, the seasons premiere aired Jan. 9. With more episodes to come, people are excited for new plots and situations.
Euphoria season 2 is a heavy hitter
Emily McCluskey, Staff Reporter | January 13, 2022

“Warning: this content contains graphic material including nudity, substance abuse and foul language. Viewer discretion is advised.” A lot of shows start with mature...

Politick: Omicron Variant
Politick: Omicron Variant
Reagan Eastlick and Laura Shaw | December 15, 2021

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On Jan. 12, junior Caitlyn Hale holds a meeting in journalism teacher Brit Taylors classroom to discuss the Literary Magazine. This was the second meeting of the school year and the group talked about themes, submissions and a possible title.
Lit Mag holds second meeting
Julia Sumpter, Opinions Editor | January 17, 2022

Filled with student photography, writing and illustrations, the creation of the school's first literary magazine is underway. On Jan. 12, the five Literary Magazine members met in journalism teacher Brit Taylor’s room, 6-201,...

Students stand outside the entrance to the front office. The window wraps on building 1 were installed two weeks before winter break.
A window of opportunity
Nadia Knoblauch, Staff Reporter | January 10, 2022

As students walked out of the front doors at the end of the first semester, workers crowded the exit with lifts and equipment, ready to finish installing the school’s latest project. A sea of blue and white designs were wrapped...

Seniors Isabella Ramos and Jessica McGregor put together a bike for Bikes for Best. Both the young republicans and young democrats helped build the 50 bikes.
Eastlick hosts "Bikes for Best" charity
Joshua Krob, Staff Reporter | December 16, 2021

“Bikes for Best,” a charity started by senior Reagan Eastlick, works to supply bikes to eager, less fortunate children for Christmas at no cost to them. On Dec. 2, from 9-12:00 p.m,  Eastlick, with the help of volunteers...

Sophomore Mason Kretzchmar rears back for a throw. Teams had to have a minimum of six players.
Winter Week wonderland
Janell Lim, News Editor | December 8, 2021

The numbers appear in red, bright, blocky letters on the scoreboard. 4:00. Players line up on each side of the gym, their feet on the yellow line, knees bent. Errr! They take off, rushing to the halfcourt line where six balls...

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IEPs and 504s  are intended to uplift students that struggle with disabilities. [Without an IEP] Id have problems with things like taking tests, and I dont think Id be able to have a safe space, John said.
Accommodating the narrative
Sophia Canabal, Lifestyles Editor | December 16, 2021

Trying to educate 2,356 different students the same way is like trying to paint a rainbow with only one color. Whether a student is eligible for the Exceptional Student Education...

Junior Ilani Seguinot evaluates an EV3 robot built by the Minimancer First Lego League Challenge Team. Seguinots interest in STEM was initially sparked by her participation in the Geneva Elementary School robotics program.
It stems from perseverance
Skyler Glenn, Online Editor | December 15, 2021

Coders are used to if/then statements: “if” a user clicks on the login button, “then” they will be redirected to the login page. But in the case of junior Ilani...

Senior Devon Hawkins on the podium after placing first in the state weightlifting competition.
Powering past expectations
Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter | December 7, 2021

In his final deadlift, senior Devon Hawkins raised 265 pounds, held the bar for a second, and dropped it. Silence surrounded the arena as the final decision of the referees...

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