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Stories from Hagerty High School
Friends before enemies
Sports

Alexis Madlang | March 13, 2020

During one of the most attended rivalry week events, a parade of orange and blue fills the stadium, while each football team fights it out for only one school to come out on top. Rival friends are not…

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Shoot your shot
Features

Zoey Young | February 25, 2020

Dressed head-to-toe in camouflage, clutching a beer in one hand while toting a rifle in the other, the stereotypical hunter seen on TV or in popular media is often used for comedic value and purpose. The…

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State introduces mental health program
News

Lukas Goodwin | January 31, 2020

Following a surge of tragedies in high schools across the country, most notably with Stoneman Douglas two years ago, the Florida state legislature created a new law requiring all public middle schools…

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10,000 hours and a lot of paint
Features

Hayden Turner | January 24, 2020

On Jan. 20, county road 419 was packed for miles, but not with typical traffic. From Oviedo High School to Round Lake Park, thousands of people marched down the street for two miles to celebrate Dr. Martin…

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Gaming levels up
Features

Jessica Maldonado | January 6, 2020

Obsessed With Gaming
Sitting in his bedroom in front of a CyberPower PC with components he added on his own, all of Senior Sergio Alcala’s attention is on the League of Legends tournament he and his…

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“Frozen II” keeps it cool
Arts & Entertainment

Sharika Khondaker | December 3, 2019

With crashing waves, Earth Giants, and chaos with the four spirits, “Frozen II” has a lot to unpack. It sets up an unexpected storyline,  drastically different from the original blockbuster released…

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Rise above the storm
Features

Zoey Young | November 13, 2019

Strong arm robbery and possession of over 20 grams of marijuana were the main charges made against junior Elijah Konz after he fought  with another student . Konz was immediately expelled and transferred…

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More than a water girl
Features

Jessica Maldonado | November 12, 2019

Under the Friday night lights, running up and down the sidelines, covering gashing wounds and making sure everyone is hydrated; student athletic trainers are the sisterhood that works behind the scenes.

Student…

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A world of new gadgets
Features

Sharika Khondaker | October 18, 2019

Viewing the wonders of Yellowstone National Park from the comforts of home sounds unattainable, unless one is experiencing it from videos or a TV show. However, for advanced students in the Modeling and…

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Class of 2020 takes crown for most semifinalists in county
News

Sharika Khondaker | October 2, 2019

On Tuesday, Sept. 17, administration announced the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. This award is given to students who score in the top 1% nationally on the PSAT/ NMSQT. Ten students achieved…

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Cutting it short
Features

Zoey Young | September 30, 2019

In a sea of brunettes and blondes, junior Celeste Dixon’s eccentric hairdo is what immediately draws the eye. Dixon sports a half black, half bleached white, pixie cut that she pairs with sparkly pink…

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