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PEP RALLY. The Flyerettes started out with a small team of 6. After practicing for weeks, the Flyerettes first performance was at the prep rally—they danced to the song “Hip Swing.”

Flyerettes reflect on season

Emma Chi, Staff Writer
February 27, 2020
GO AVES GO. Senior cheerleader Kennedy Archer is cheering on the Aves during one of their last home games. “Stepping out on the track to cheer one last time was a decision I was happy I made. I stopped cheering when I got to high school, so I’ve missed the excitement of cheering. This has been an awesome season cheering with my teammates, one I will not forget,” Archer said.

Fall sports celebrate senior night

Gabby Khodadad, Sports Broadcaster
October 21, 2019
VICTORY SMILE. The next Boys Varsity Basketball game is the home opener for the season. It is a white-out. There is a tailgate before-hand and a half-time performance by the Firecrackers.

Varsity basketball starts season

Sara Margolis, Art and Photo Editor
December 12, 2018
JV boys soccer closes season

JV boys soccer closes season

Sara Margolis, Art and Photo Editor
October 22, 2018
FRIENDS FOREVER. Before the game, the members of the girls varsity soccer team, gather together to wish each other luck and encourage one another. This team bonding exercise worked, and the team won 5-0 against Walnut Hills.

Girls Varsity Soccer plays, bonds

Charlotte Weiss, Business Staff
September 17, 2018
DART. Senior Asa Hodrick recently beat the 400 meter school record. Previously, the record was 49.19 for a total of 17 years, now being 48.53. Hodrick is fourth in the state for the 400 meter dash.

Track season wraps up

Emme Loon, Staff Writer
May 16, 2018
SHOTCALL. JV Coach Kerry Crotty calls out to a player, suddenly changing the formation of the players. The multitude of different plays in lacrosse affect the game in many different ways. Different formations are used on both offense and defense.

JV Lacrosse takes on LaSalle

Aidan Noble, Staff Writer
May 15, 2018
READY. As freshman Sophie Campbell steps up to the block and prepares for her race, her teammates watch. “Encouragement is huge on our team. We cheer on each other during practices and meets all the time,” Campbell said.

SHS swimmers splash competition

Madeleine Suh, Staff Writer
January 26, 2018
BLOCK IT LIKE IT'S HOT. The basketball team competed against Milford as the main event of the night. The teams brought their all, so it kept fans on their feet. “The game was super exciting and kept the audience on their toes,” said Shannon Glass, 12.

Flight Night brings Aves together

Emily Chien, Media Director
January 5, 2018
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