Erika Torres Q&A with novelist Lindsay Graf-Juarez

You have probably seen her walking down the halls in crazy socks everyday, but there is a side of Lindsay Graf-Juarez most people might not know about. She is the high school’s newest novelist having published “Addict” Her novel was published when she participated in a contest called National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo last [...]

Scarborough focuses on being true leader in his class

Hurrying from classes, to student council meetings, to working with his engineering peers, senior Austin Scarborough is learning how to balance his responsibilities during his senior year. Aside from being in honors and AP classes, Scarborough fills the position of Skills USA president, Student Council President and the president of the Skills USA organization in [...]

Grace follows in footsteps of his Hall of Fame father

“Whose ya Daddy? Whose ya Daddy?” It’s the classic teasing between father and son playing a pickup game of basketball. Dad then fakes left past his son and drives toward the basket for an easy layup. However, it’s up to the discretion of those watching this particular game to decide whether sophomore Jeremi Grace is [...]

Hardin follows his dream as a rapper, poet

Students are drooling while others are trying to finish up homework and others are actively listening as Mr. David Womack goes through the list of daily announcements. Shortly after, a voice much different from Womack’s, echoes over the intercom rapping off lyrics to the school to bring awareness to poetry club. But Devin Hardin’s rhymes [...]

Freshman Myles Malone finds his place on rodeo circuit

As he sits atop of his palomino horse in the back of the roping box with his lasso in hand, freshman Myles Malone gets his head in the zone. By now he is  staring down an anxious calf waiting to be released from the shoot. “I have to catch this one,” Myles says.  “I have [...]