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Varsity football survives in final seconds

Running back Ethan Lopez runs through  defenders in the first quarter of the preseason football game versus East River. Lopez scored two touchdowns to help the team win 24-23.

Noah Kemper, Staff Reporter

August 19, 2019

Only 13 seconds left, the game on the line 24-23. The only thing that stood in the way of a varsity football victory was two yards. As the ball was snapped, the defense stood tall and stopped East River at the one-yard line, winning the first game of the season 24-23. On Friday, Aug. 16, the varsity football tea...

Greene selected fifth in MLB Draft

Hagerty outfielder Riley Greene was selected with the fifth overall pick in the 2019 MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers on June 3, 2019. He will receive a $6.2 million signing bonus upon signing with the team.

Hayden Turner, Sports Editor

June 5, 2019

On Monday, June 3, outfielder Riley Greene was selected fifth overall in the MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers. By signing with Detroit, he will earn a $6.2 million signing bonus. “This feeling is something that you can’t explain,” Greene said. “It’s just amazing.” Greene led the team...

Baseball competes in National tournament

The varsity baseball team played at the National Training Complex in Cary, North Carolina for the National High School Invitational (NHSI) on April 3-6.

Bryson Turner, Online Editor

April 8, 2019

The varsity baseball team competed in USA Baseball’s annual National High School Invitational Tournament last week in Cary, North Carolina. The team advanced to the quarterfinals of the 16-team tournament, beating Christian Brothers (TN) 11-1, but went on to lose their other three games against...

First team SAC member announced March 1st

Senior Megan Reilly dribbles down the court in the home game against Oviedo. Reilly was the only girl on the basketball team to make the SAC first team.

Noah Kemper, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2019

On March 1st, the Seminole Athletic Conference first team members were announced. The athletes selected stood out and represented their sport and team. The sports students represented included soccer, basketball, weightlifting, and wrestling. The first sport that released their SAC members was wrestli...

Rowland wins 3A-106 Wrestling State Championship

Senior Ryan Rowland on his way down with his opponent, from Oviedo. He would slam and pin his opponent for the win.

Hayden Turner, Staff Reporter

March 13, 2019

Six wrestlers traveled to Kissimmee for the FHSAA Class 3A Wrestling Championships on March 8-9. Senior Ryan Rowland, who won the 106-pound weight class, became the first Hagerty wrestler to win a state championship. “Everybody was excited and happy for me,” Rowland said. “Being able to make...

Track and field competes at Brian Jaeger Invite

Sophomore Jeremy Fredrick runs the 100 m dash at the Lake Highland Invitational.

Michael Gibson, Sports Editor

March 13, 2019

On Saturday, March 9, the boys and girls track and field teams competed at the Brian Jaeger Invite at Winter Park High School. The boys team finished 19th in a 32 team field and the girls finished 27th overall. The boys team was led by senior Andrew Sauvao who scored 13 of the team’s 17.5 points....

Girls lacrosse soars past Lyman

Sophomore Bella Hernandez cradled the ball on her way to pass to a teammate in hopes of adding to their score.

Hannah Hadelman, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2019

As senior Reagan Pomp scored the final two goals of the game in a blowout of Lyman, her teammates, coaches, and the fans cheered her on. On March 6, girls varsity lacrosse shut down Lyman, 19-1. The home game was a fun and energized time for the team as they were able to have everyone contribute. “For...

Baseball wins Husky Challenge, looking for more

Catcher Robby Post in his first at-bat of the year. Post would lead the team in hits through the tournement.

Hayden Turner, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2019

The stands of the baseball field were lined with students, family and major league scouts on Feb. 25 as the sixth annual Husky Challenge began, Timber Creek, Deland, Dr. Phillips, Bishop Moore and Lake Mary all vying for a hot start to their regular season. Hagerty found their hot start with a 2-1...

Pinning down the win

Sophomore Dylan Kohn attempts to pin his Winter Springs Opponent. Hagerty wreslted Winter Springs at the State Dual meet at Freedom High school.
photo by Stephen Dowell

February 21, 2019

Chasing a district championship win from last year, the boys wrestling team will wrestle in the FHSAA State Series beginning next week for the chance to become back-to-back champions. “We are working hard preparing to defend our SAC and district championships,” head coach Scotty Diaz said. ...

Lifters place sixth at states

Lifters place sixth at states

Hayden Turner, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2019

The stage was set, and the team was ready. With a 6:15 wake up time, the girls weightlifting team woke up with nerves and excitement of what would be a day for the record books. Arriving for weigh-in at Arnold High School, there was something different for senior team captain Cheyenne DuCharme in...

Girls basketball gets first playoff win

Shooting guard Megan Reilly scores eight threes in their first ever playoff win.

Noah Kemper, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2019

With two minutes left in the game, shooting guard Megan Reilly scored a three-pointer, setting a school record of eight three-pointers made in a single game, and on Wednesday, Feb. 5, the girls basketball team beat Viera 53-18 in the divisional quarterfinals. In the first quarter, both teams started...

Boys soccer finishes first in conference

Noah Kemper, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019

With the season on the line, Kelvin Zinck lines up for what could be his final kick of the season. After a moment, he runs up and blast the ball so hard that it goes into the back of the net winning the penalty shootout advancing Hagerty to it’s first ever Regional win against Olympia. On Jan, 11,...

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