Mavericks Kick Out Cancer

By Randee Schmitt Your best friend, your younger sister, your mother. Breast cancer does not discriminate.  It does not care about a person’s race or age. It could affect anyone. The Maverick PALS are raising money to donate to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Research Foundation and have organized a Pink Out football game….

Mavs Fall Short Against Rivals

After five hard fought games, the end game tally came out to a disappointing 2-3 loss against MacArthur High School. “We believed that we could win and we wanted to win,” senior volleyball player Remington Geffken said. The team came out strong with two games too nothing. Then mac slipped their way in ending the…

House at the End of the Street

House at the End of the Street released on Sept 21 is a horror film starring Jennifer Lawrence and Elisabeth Shue. The story begins as  mother and daughter move into a new home next to a house where a vicious murder took place. According to Internet Movie Database(IMDB) the movie received three stars that rating fits the movie perfectly. Unlike…

Ag Hosts Event for Kindergartners

A new generation of Ag childern course their way through the Agriculture building. The Ag Program hosted an event for kindergartners from Sept 25 to Sept 28 to provide insight into the program. “We are trying to provide Ag education for younger kids,” Ag Program Head Justin Missildime said. “They are learning basic tractor safety…

Dollie’s Teach Mavs New and Old

The Madison Performing Arts Center filled with girls of all ages on Saturday, Sept. 22 as the Dollie Clinic took full swing. A day dedicated to dancing while the girls spent the morning learning routines and performing their exciting new skills at the afternoon parent show-off in the Madison auditorium. “Dollie Clinic is a fun and exciting…

Mavs Bring Big Numbers

This year’s football team is delivering big numbers from players that weren’t so big last season and it seems to be the key the boys needed. On Sept. 14 the Mavs took on the New Braunfels Unicorns and boarded the bus home with their second 30 point win (51-21) making their record 2-1. “I think…

Review: Night Visons Puts Imagine Dragons “On Top of the World”

 By Richard Hernandez After releasing several EPs and gaining some recognition for their single “It’s Time” Imagine Dragons decided that it’s about time that they released their first full length album. The album Night Visions doesn’t disappoint. The album is composed of some new material as well as some familiar ones. The band wastes no time…

Knights Steele First Win, Mavs Snap Back

By Randee Schmitt In hopes of catching up to Steele, the crowd jumped to their feet as wide receiver Dannon Cavil reached for the pass that could have well been the first touchdown for Madison. Suddenly, the crowd grew silent. The missed pass set the mod for the remainder of the game. With a final…

Madison’s Boastful Spirit

By Celine Morris On Sept. 14, excitment permeated throughout the DEMAC to the humid Friday morning campus. “The pep rallies really emphasize the importance to support our high school and the people who represent the school through athletics,” junior orchestra member Kaela Zimmerman said. “They teach us that spirit isn’t just wearing your school colors,…

Solar Car Shines Brighter Than the Sun

By Leslie Fuentes Over the summer, the Solar Car Team built their third car, Helios. After completion, the team competed at the Solar Car Challenge in Fort Worth from July 14-19. In their debut entry at the competition, they brought home ninth place, better than almost all first time competitors. “Every time I crossed the…