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Swanson Makes Waves Two Years In a Row
By Zakary Rodriguez | Advertising Manager | On Friday, Dec. 6, and Saturday, Dec. 7, the 2019 South Zone TISCA Swimming and Diving Championship meet was held at the Bill Walker and Josh Davis Natatorium over both days. Representing Roosevelt for t (More)
Boys basketball looks to coming tournaments
by David Kent | staff writer This year’s boys basketball season is already off to a good start, with the Varsity team having a lead of seven to one. “Well, boys basketball is off to a great start. At this time we’ve played one tournament and wo (More)
Girls basketball wins Harlandale tourney
By Patricia Ayala | The girls display their plaque after defeating Warren in the championship match. Courtesy Photo. Only the second test into their 19-20 season, the girl (More)
First pitch coming soon for softball
Reported by Alejandro Barbosa   The softball season is a few months away, but Coach Friesenhahn is already looking forward to an exciting season. Friesenhahn has been teaching at Madison since 2003. While coaching her varsity softball class, she t (More)
Wrestling stages for season next month
By Patricia Ayala | Staff Writer |  Though football season is still in full swing, wrestling is behind the scenes getting ready for their season next month.

Rough Riders Impressive Season
By Samuel Rocha | Assignments Editor | The Riders have been on fire this year since the very beginning of the season. Their impressive 7-1 record helped them clinch playoffs as a tied second with Johnson. [caption id="attachment_19453" align="a (More)
Volleyball ends hard-fought season
[caption id="attachment_19430" align="alignright" width="300"] Senior Dalines Vazquez Alvarado sends the ball over to LEE at their second matchup Oct. 25. Photo by Ashley Holguin

By Patricia Ayala | Staff Writer | The varsity volleyba (More)
Mavs Snack on Brahmas in M&M Bowl
The Maverick defense kept the Brahmas corralled when they had to. By Zoe Riddles With (More)
First oienteering competition of the year
by Sebastian Lucumi | staff writer On Oct. 5, the Johnson JROTC orienteering team competes, marking their first competitive event of the year.  The commander of male orienteering, senior Cholo Salazar, had the SAT on the day of the competition. (More)
Holding on for glory
    By Leah Austin       Brendan Rihn is a 17-year-old Texas native whose extracurricular activities reach beyond the norm. When the baseball diamond or the f (More)
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