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Varsity Softball Scrimmage
Varsity softball played against Hays high school on February 1st. (More)
How to Celebrate Galentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is universally hated by single people. However, the day before Valentine’s Day can be just as special as the holiday, and perhaps less hated.  Amy Pohler’s character Leslie Knope, from the mockumentary-style sitcom Parks and Recrea (More)
Johnson girls take to the field during the annual Powder Puff football game
By Eric Martinez | staff writer Another yearly tradition has started up again; the powder puff game. It has been played by Johnson for the last nine years and still carries on to this day. “It's just for fun. It's just a game between seniors an (More)
The prefect gift guide for the perfect someone
by Alexis McCutchan| Editor-in-Chief  Not sure what to get your significant other for Valentines Day? Need help finding the perfect gift for the perfect someone. Well don’t worry, I got you covered. This list below is organized to make sure you ca (More)
Johnson counselor puts in extra effort to help struggling teens
By Elly Beauchamp | Staff Writer When students feel they are falling behind and need some extra support, in school support groups lead by STAN counselor Lisa Williams, can help students be successful in and out of the school setting. As of now, th (More)
Girls basketball start off their season strong
by Michelle Brooks | sports editor Although the style of play and the dynamics for the team is different than last year, the girl's basketball team is going to use it to their advantage to win games. Their season began on Oct 18 and they have alre (More)
Boys and Girls Soccer season starts off
Boys and girls are both excited and ready for the upcoming soccer season. Both teams made it pretty far in playoffs last year but they are both all set to take their teams to state this soccer season. “Pre-season started great, kids are playing w (More)
Girls basketball pick up from where they left off
 by Michelle Brooks & Alexis McCutchan | staff writers photo by A (More)
Girl Code: how to rule the world and the technology industry
by Michelle Brooks | staff writer As an initiative to help girls get into the computer science industry, senior Eloise Jewett has been working to start a chapter of  Girls Who Code on campus. Girls Who Code is a national organization that introduc (More)
Swimming enters final heat
by Samuel Abbas | sports editor In a sport that requires so much physical and mental capacity, swimmers must be prepared to complete practices and participate in events throughout the season. This may vary depending on if the student is on the JV (More)
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