Author: Mallory Muller

[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team loses to Western High School

On Sept. 17, the women’s varsity volleyball team lost to Western High School. The eagles won the first set 25-18. The five sets played had an almost even amount of victories for both teams. However, the eagles failed to win the last set, losing 7-15. “We did our best to keep our score up. We communicated a lot better this […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team defeats Taravella High School

On Sept. 13, the women’s varsity volleyball team took on Taravella High School in a close match. The Eagles did not play at the nest, but that did not prove to be an issue, winning the game in their last set 25-18. The team traveled to Tampa the next day to play in a mini tournament. “I figured we had […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team beats Monarch

On Aug. 30, the Lady Eagles volleyball team took on the Monarch Knights. After a series of kills and aces the girls were able to end the game with a victory. “I got a good kill towards the end of the game,” outside hitter (12) Keely Owen. The first set was 23-25. The Eagles’ victory however still sent the team […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball loses to Cardinal Gibbons

On Aug. 21, the Lady Eagles volleyball team took on one of the most prestigious teams in our district. The ladies were defeated in both sets losing 23-25 in the first and 25-18 in the second. “I am super proud of the team, we are just getting to know some of the new girls and overall we worked together really […]

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Class of 2018 ends their year with breakfast

Class of 2018 ends their year with breakfast

On Wed., May 30, seniors returned back to campus to pick up their cap and gown. After patiently waiting in a line extending across the auditorium, leadership hosted a breakfast in the cafeteria. The breakfast consisted of many items such as a variety of bagels, seasoned potatoes and a wall of donuts donated by Jupiter Donuts. Aside from the breakfast, […]

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Photo by Tara Gaines

Senior Crowning: R1SIN9 UP

On Tuesday, May 29, rising seniors excitedly displayed their decorated crowns by wearing them to school along with senior shirts. The seniors paired the crowns with black attire which made for photos that showed the exalting celebration. Leadership designs the class shirts and paints the crowns that they get from Burger King black. Students purchase these a week prior to […]

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Review: Deadpool 2

Review: Deadpool 2

Seldom do sequels live up to their expectations. However “Deadpool 2” is an exception. The hit film left box offices sold out and lines of fanatic fans waiting to purchase their popcorn in hopes of enjoying this comedy packed action movie. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, and Morena Baccarin, this superhero comedy was directed by the clever Tim Miller and […]

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The Salt Box is a salt therapy provider located in Parkland that is offering 5 free stress-relieving sessions to MSD students. Photo courtesy of Jessi Powell.

The Salt Box offers free sessions to MSD students

Over the course of the past two months, students have gracefully accepted a plethora of donations from local companies. One particular company, The Salt Box, located in the Parkland Town Center, offered five free sessions to anyone who was affected by the tragedy, including students, teachers, friends and parents. Salt therapy is an all-natural procedure which simply involves sitting in […]

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Senior Demitri Hoth speaks at the press conference in Tallahassee. Photo by Kevin Trejos

Students travel to Tallahassee to lobby for change

Exactly one week after the tragedy, about 100 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students traveled to Tallahassee to fight for a cause that they believe will prevent future acts of gun violence in schools. While it may have seemed too soon to depart from their families to some, these mourning students set aside their grief so that future students will […]

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Dance marathon board hosts spirit week

Dance marathon board hosts spirit week

In preparation for the dance marathon, which will take place Feb. 24, 2018, the dance marathon board enacted a spirit week with themes to match the pride in helping children in need. The event served to raise awareness for the upcoming event and get students excited to participate through the spirited attire and lively music, which was played during both […]

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