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  • Freshman Cameron Baird enjoys eating at Global Q with his teammates.

    Faces of PCH: Cameron Baird

    Boys Soccer, Faces of PCH January 23, 2015 at 12:25 pm 0 comments

    Being a freshman on a varsity team, there is always a learning curve on the field. But in Cameron Baird’s case, there was a learning curve in the lingo used by his teammates. “It was kind of weird at first because I didn’t get any of their references,” Baird said. […]

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  • Faces of PCH: Conner Black

    Faces of PCH: Conner Black

    Faces of PCH December 15, 2014 at 12:15 pm 0 comments

    Senior Conner Black has already decided that after high school he will be joining the Air Force. “I’m joining the military because my whole family has served,” Black said. “They were all in the Air Force also which is what I want to join.” For now, Black works a part […]

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  • Swim starts season with new faces

    Swim starts season with new faces

    Sports December 15, 2014 at 12:15 pm 0 comments

    Featuring a new group of athletes, the girls swim team hopes to maximize its success this season by training as hard as possible. While swimming is largely based on individual scores, it is still a team sport which requires collaboration and teamwork. Losing many strong seniors from last year, the […]

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  • Laying the ball up, senior Jarrett Cox-Bradley scores 2 points in his 37 point performance in a win at Parkway South on Dec. 4.

    Boys basketball team focuses on Battle of the Boards

    Boys Basketball, Team Updates, Winter Sports December 12, 2014 at 12:29 pm 0 comments
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  • Math Team sets high goals for season

    Math Team sets high goals for season

    Features December 12, 2014 at 11:47 am 0 comments

    The football field or basketball court is not the only place where groups of students show off teamwork. The math team puts in plenty of work as members strive to reach high goals this year. “Last year we made state and did well there,” junior Jinghang Zhang said. “After that, […]

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  • Faces of PCH: Morgan Edwards

    Faces of PCH: Morgan Edwards

    Faces of PCH December 10, 2014 at 6:35 pm 0 comments

    Senior Morgan Edwards works as a lifeguard and a swim instructor at the YMCA, while participating on the swim team. “It is a great opportunity to pass on what I have learned from swimming to others,” Edwards said. Edwards began teaching swim lessons her junior year because it was a […]

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  • Faces of PCH: Kazu Gavin

    Faces of PCH: Kazu Gavin

    Faces of PCH December 10, 2014 at 1:46 pm 0 comments

      A big part of freshman year, for some people, is beginning to pursue interests. For freshman Kazu Gavin, he seems to have already found those interests. “My family eats rice every day so I have gotten really good at using chopsticks,” Gavin said. “One time, in elementary school, my […]

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  • Faces of PCH: Michael Man

    Faces of PCH: Michael Man

    Faces of PCH December 10, 2014 at 12:47 pm 0 comments

    Playing in more than one athletic endeavor, freshman Michael Man enjoys his time participating in sports. “Currently I am on the JV basketball team,” Man said. “I also play baseball.” Man already has one of his favorite parts of his life decided upon. “Crossing over Jacob Brand is for sure […]

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  • Senior Laura Stecher leaves for her internship at Shenandoah Elementary School on Dec. 10, 2014.

    Faces of PCH: Laura Stecher

    Faces of PCH December 10, 2014 at 12:43 pm 0 comments

    As a part of an internship program, senior Laura Stecher spends her 7th and 8th blocks at Shenandoah Elementary School. “I observe occupational therapy,” Stecher said. “It’s a group of kids in the special education classroom.” Stecher wants to go into the healthcare field, but is unsure of which part of […]

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  • Faces of PCH: Joshua Harbert

    Faces of PCH: Joshua Harbert

    Faces of PCH December 10, 2014 at 12:39 pm 0 comments

    Family is important for Senior Joshua Harbert, especially his relationship with his grandfather who helped him progress academically. “He helped me go from a straight F student to a straight A student,” Harbert said. Harbert also credits his basketball ability to his grandfather, who taught him the ins and outs […]

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