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Rockstar in Class and on the Field
     Hard worker, caring, and of course fast, all describe cross country runner Danielle Peck. Peck has devoted years of practice and hard work to achieve the greatest of goals--qualifying for state as a Freshman!     When asked what her immediat (More)
Johnson cross country on course for another notable year
by Paris Lopez | staff writer Cross country is leading the pack by preparing properly to stay on top as district approaches. “We’ve been top part of all meets and we have a couple kids that are running really well and been beating some of the t (More)
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XC keeps up the pace into region
by Samuel Abbas | staff writer Cross country boys and girls have respectively placed 1st and 3rd at the cross country district meet. The top seven from each boys and girls team are moving on to regionals and have a good opportunity to qualify for th (More)
Vols Head Into District Cross Country Meet In 2nd, 3rd
heading into district ranked, the cross country teams run at Johnson High School tomorrow morning. The girls are currently ranked 2nd in district and the boys are 3rd in district.  The girls team is made up of Cynthia Quiroga, Robin Sheehan, Keyanna (More)
Cynthia Quiroga Takes First At Cross Country Meet
Cross Country season is in full swing and senior Cynthia Quiroga has led the team. (More)
Why you should have school spirit
by Claire Carter | editor-in-chief Every night leading up to the football game, Jags gather to paint faces, decorate overalls, and stock up on the hottest Jag gear in hopes of winning “Jag Fan of the Night” on the @myjagnews twitter account. Or rath (More)
XC takes on yoga
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Jags impress at district cross country meet
by Claire Carter | Staff Writer In the recent district showdown, a brave group of runners climbed hills, fell in ditches, ran with flags, and painted themselves blue in the name of one of the least recognized sports at Johnson-cross country. The di (More)
District XC Photo Recap
After arriving early, the runners often sleep before competing.Photo by Jacob Dukes[/caption (More)
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