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Varsity boy’s soccer beats LHS at home

Margaret Roth, Health Editor October 19, 2010

MHS boy’s soccer faced LHS on Thursday, Oct. 14, at their home field. MHS was considered the “underdogs” with a record of eight wins and six losses versus LHS’s twelve wins and three losses. Though,...

Homecoming victory guarantees winning season

Homecoming victory guarantees winning season

Kevin Kafoury, Sports Editor October 18, 2010

With their 35-13 Homecoming victory over Fox last Friday, football improved to 6 and 1, guaranteeing the program’s first winning season since 2003, when they went 6 and 4. The lone loss for the Mustangs...

Homecoming week brings school spirit for football

Homecoming week brings school spirit for football

Mitch Finnegan, Page Designer October 7, 2010

Once a year, the Commons are decorated with large signs, urging a win for all school sports teams. During this time, styles seem to change every day as students wear their pajamas one day, and their school...

Varsity volleyball team featured in Suburban Journal

Varsity volleyball team featured in Suburban Journal

Marissa Nodiff, Page Designer September 27, 2010

The first Saturday-held practice came along and all of the seniors of volleyball were standing in a circle looking at a newspaper.   “Morgan, you look so cute!” Sara Jordan, senior, said to her...

Werner leads bowling team with 178 average

Mitch Finnegan, Page Designer September 27, 2010

Linsdsay Werner, junior, doesn’t take bowling lightly. She doesn’t rent the multicolored, run-down bowling shoes. She doesn’t pick out a ball because of its color. She doesn’t have to worry about...

Seniors commit to play college field hockey

Seniors commit to play college field hockey

Kevin Schaefer, Page Designer September 27, 2010

Going into field hockey tryouts freshman year, seniors Shannon Regan, Christine Albertelli and Abbey Heller were just hoping to make the team. Fast forward three years and these  girls have committed...

The Faceoff: Scheduling overlap divides fans

Lacy Scarmana, Editor in Chief September 27, 2010

The New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts in front of more than 106 million fans in the most-watched television broadcast in history: the 2010 Super Bowl. While the Chicago Blackhawks’...

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