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Aquatics prepares for their fall season
by Aliyah Armstrong | staff writer  The aquatics program is well into their fall competition season but in order for the team to be successful while competing, a complex tryout process is required. “We have two periods of swimming, there’s eigh (More)
Multiple organizations secure a spot at state
by Myralexis Tijerina | staff writer Walking out the door, cello in hand, freshman Francesca Baldwin feels confident about the three to four minute solo ensemble performance she just gave at Madison high school. She has never made it this far in O (More)
Cheer takes the state by storm
by Aliyah Armstrong | staff writer The bus ride was long, but the legacy that was created would last so much longer. An opportunity to make history was presented and they accepted it. The cheerleaders overcame obstacles and persevered through toug (More)
Marching Toward Success
The Reagan marching band has been an award-winning organization for years, taking first place or earning near top spots in many competitions across the nation. This season has been the best in ten years, with the band winning first place at nearly ev (More)
When Charity and Art Combine
Throughout the month of October, the junior class officers along with Student Faculty Congress are hosting a unique twist on canned food drives. Canstruction is a nation-wide canned food drive in which participants form teams and compete to build the (More)
Hallway Decorations
Class officers compete to show the most school spirit with hallway decorations.   (More)
Co-ed soccer tournament raises money for local charity
by Emma Fitzhugh | news editor In approximately two weeks, students will be making their way out onto the soccer field to participate in the “World Cup:” an annual co-ed soccer tournament sponsored by the foreign language clubs, which will take pl (More)
Orchestra UIL
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Colorguard gets first
Rifle team member performing at half time show during football season.                     (More)
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