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2019-2020
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Harrisonburg High School
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Harrisonburg High School
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2019-2020
Best of SNO Rank for
Harrisonburg High School
Stories from Harrisonburg High School
King discovers new talent in indoor track, follows in siblings’ footsteps
Sports

Ashley Iscoa | January 15, 2019

From the moment she was able to kick a ball, freshman Olivia King has played soccer. Like many athletes, King started out with one sport and branched out to others. This year, she decided to expand her…

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Police, administration investigate anonymous child pornography Snapchat account
News

Nyah Phengsitthy | January 2, 2019

Once an image is published on an application, its web trail can never truly be erased. It wasn’t until recently that the recovery of images and applications was used in our school after students reported…

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Beuno-Aguilar, Rudd follow passion in male-dominated computer programming field
Features

Kevin Pizano | December 21, 2018

When we think of what a computer programmer is, many words come to mind. “Woman” is not usually one. Sophomore Emily Bueno-Aguilar is an exception.

She received her first look into the world of…

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Thompson accumulates stickers throughout travels
Features

Sarah Earle | December 19, 2018

Everywhere senior Walker Thompson has traveled, a sticker has come with it. As he’s accumulated more and more stickers with each destination he’s been to, Thompson’s growing sticker collection has…

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Eilish takes “1 by 1” tour to D.C., gives amazing concert
Arts & Entertainment

Caleb Goss | December 19, 2018

At just 16, Billie Eilish has taken the world by storm with a brand not only based off her pure talent, but her honest personality, making her a force to be reckoned with.

Eilish’s rise to fame took…

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One Act casts Inouye, Cummings as opposites
Arts & Entertainment

Grace Miller | November 21, 2018

In Buddhism, one must let go of themself before reaching enlightenment. In acting, one must let go of themself before becoming a character. When cast as love interests Siddhartha and Kamala in this year’s…

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Robinson-Jenkins considers college football offers
Sports

Simon Beach | November 20, 2018

Since his first carry in flag football, which he happened to take 90 yards to the house, senior Marcus Robinson-Jenkins has dreamed of playing in college. The dream is becoming closer and closer to a reality,…

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Woodard transitions from teaching at juvenile detention center
Features

Noah Siderhurst | October 18, 2018

Special education teacher Daniel Woodard’s route to teaching was far from straight. He graduated from college with a degree in event management without any thought of teaching.

“It was soon [after…

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Thompson breaks HHS golf record
Sports

Sam Heie | October 9, 2018

The All-District golf team has been dominated by boys for the past five years. Seeing a girl make the fifth or sixth seed is unusual and any seed higher is an outlier. Junior Jane Thompson is an outlier….

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