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Lady Bulldogs Earn First Home Win!
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Ty Reasoner to attend the Air Force Academy
by Lily Moran| staff writer Senior Ty Reasoner has had great success with his Johnson football career, so much success that he has committed to the Air Force Academy as a junior. “It definitely takes some weight off of my shoulders. I’m very ex (More)
Need to see some Jag action this season? You'll need to go online
by Tala Kamil | staff writer Students and fans who want to attend football games this year must purchase tickets online. Around 4,000 to 5,000 people typically attend an NEISD sporting event each weekend, depending on the sport and the venue. O (More)
Texas Vs Oklahoma Red River Rivalry Preview
This Saturday one of the biggest matchups in the Big 12 Conference happens with The Texas Longhorns Facing off against The Oklahoma Sooners in The Red River Rivalry. Usually, the game is played at the Texas State Fair with a packed stadium filled wit (More)
The Jimmy Butler Story
September 14, 1989, Jimmy Butler III was born in Houston, Texas but sadly not into the best family, growing up Jimmy never knew his father and had a bad relationship with his mother. So bad that it led him to be kicked out into the streets by his mot (More)
Volleyball season kicks off memorable year
by Tala Kamil | staff writer In a typical year, volleyball players are sometimes the first students on campus. Games start before teachers even have inservice. But of course, this year is anything but typical. “The season is going to be extreme (More)
7th Grade Generals versus Jackson
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NEISD athletics adapt to a season affected by COVID
With school board approval and UIL guidelines, the Jags are back on the field and on the court, gearing up for their fall 2020 seasons. “We're expecting every sport this year to have some little tweak to it that will make it a little bit different (More)
Seasons on hold, future uncertain as campus remains closed
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer With the pandemic putting many things on hold, athletes are left questioning if they’ll be able to return to their sport this season. Principal Gary Comalander has eased some thought for these athletes as there is s (More)
Sports put on hold, as the COVID-19 Pandemic Continues
by John Casarez | staff writer As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the sports lockdown also continues.  There is one thing almost all of America wants to do right now. We all just want to go outside and throw the ball or shoot some hoops, you'r (More)
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