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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)
*In tennis, a school must win 10 of the 19 matches (7 doubles, 12 singles) to win the overall matchup* The date was Aug. 25, and the MacArthur tennis team appeared, on paper, to have a solid chance against the heavyweights of Churchill. The eager (More)
The team did not need any added motivation. This was the first district game, this was the M&M Bowl, this is what all of the weeks of practices had come down to. The game started out close, however, the team slowly but surely tightened their gras (More)
by Samuel Abbas | sports editor The Jags faced off against the Judson Rockets at Paul Taylor Field House. The Jags fought hard and prevailed against the Rockets 59-58 with two game deciding free throws in the final seconds. “I think we were ove (More)
Varsity boys basketball played the Reagan Rattlers Wednesday, ending the night with a loss 71-58.
by Sam Abbas | sports writer With the district and regional meet finished, wrestlers are now gearing up for the state meet. They have practiced and wrestled ha (More)
Varsity Boys basketball team faced the Lee Volunteers on Tuesday night. Ending the tough game with a win, 76-60.
by Sam Abbas | staff writer Johnson boys\' basketball tipped off the regular season with a 95-76 win over Robert E. Lee high school. In their second game, they played hard but ultimately fell 76-61 to Ronald Reagan high school. “I feel like we (More)
The trophies Mac UIL Academic team won.Photo by: Mrs. Amanda Cardoza Taking se (More)
Coaches officially announced the girls making the Varisty, JV and Freshman teams as they head into their first game at Canyon High School tomorrow at 7 p.m. Varsity Team: Katelyn Jimenez, Kryslyn Bosserman, Blanca De Leon, Julie Hernand (More)
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