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Garrison Acree

Garrison Acree, Reporter

Garrison Acree is a sophomore and this is his first year on staff. This job as a writer helps him suppress his inferiority complex. When he’s not writing about relevant events, he’s developing his own passion writing projects. He has two books currently in the works. Besides that, he’s likely curling up into a fetal position in the corner of his room questioning the nature of existence. During his spare time, he writes up blueprints for machines that could be used in wars instead of humans (lawsuits pending). His biggest goal in life is to leave a legacy behind that changes the world for the better.

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Junior Blaise Naug, senior Jacob Kelley, freshman Zane Niziol and freshman Troy Liverman won seventh place in the High School Bass Fishing Regional Competition on April 17. The club qualified for the state competition May 16-17.

Quite the catch

May 11, 2021
Junior Andrew Wang prepares to throw the ball onto the field during the Marauder's game against Rowlett High School on Jan. 16.

Still kicking

February 17, 2021
No matter if you're single, in love, or somewhere in between, music is sure to improve your Valentine's Day.

Amping up relationships

February 14, 2021
Frank’s buffalo chicken pizza from Palio's was easily the spiciest thing I reviewed. However, the pizza still tasted good.

Review: Breathing fire

December 29, 2020
Board of Trustees Vice President Tracy Scott Miller announced his idea to randomly drug test students in late October to help reduce drug abuse in schools. However, it is unclear if his plan will gain enough support to be voted upon or approved by the school board.

Test questions

December 16, 2020
One of the best ways to celebrate Halloween at home is with a scary movie marathon.

Ghoulden globes

October 30, 2020
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