By Raquel Bevien-Cervantes | Photo By Richard Hernandez On August 31, the school came together to show their support for the Maverick football team in a familiar fashion, a pep-rally. Students began to fill the Gillmore Amphitheater Friday morning in anticipation for the game that night. “It was a truly mouthwatering experience,” junior band member Austin…
But at this critical time when students make important decisions and final choices, the 724 graduating seniors of 2012 are ready to take on the world.
By Brittany Weaver
With today’s teenagers lusting after vampires, May 11 was the perfect time for director Tim Burton to release his newest movie.
By Richard Hernandez | Photo by Dreyson Doyle |
After a less than stellar start to the season, the Mavs have turned their season around and now they find themselves in the second round of playoffs. With a three-game series victory under their belt, the Mavs look on to play area favorite O’Connor in another best of three series.
By Richard Hernandez | Photo by Sabrina Southerly |
It’s come to that point of the season: where everything that a team has worked for either makes or breaks them, and as the baseball team approaches their last two district games, they feel that their run isn’t stopping soon.
By Richard Hernandez |
UIL academic competitors marched their way to MacArthur High School on April 3 and some walked away regional qualifiers.
By Richard Hernandez | Photo by Chloe Medina |
The boys golf team competed at district on April 2 and April 3 and walked away with no players advancing, but the girls are still competing at Pecan Valley with high hopes.
By Richard Hernandez | Photo by Stephanie Escalante |
With one game remaining and playoff positioning at risk, the boys varsity soccer team faces their district rival, MacArthur, tonight, in a game that will determine the team’s playoff future.
By Richard Hernandez | Photo by Ayana Johnson |
With their last game ending in a 7-0 loss to O’Connor, the baseball team feels the loss of it’s senior core. Seniors come and go, but for the baseball team the graduating class of 2011 left a huge hole in the roster.
By Richard Hernandez |After gaining inspiration from other clothing brands, such as Underbelly and What If Co., the juniors Melanie Allen and Joey Hechler went out to create their own creative brand known by the name of Thrifty Exhibit Applications, or TEA Shirts.