The Owl Flight

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  • January 6Happy 2017!!!

Row That Boat

Olivia Allen, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017

Filed under Sports

This past season has proven to be both fruitful and successful for women's soccer. They have reeled in multiple wins and continue to amaze each game. Since the beginning of the season, the girls have put in the work on the fie...

Normalizing Rollercoasters

Kirsten Zachry, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2016

Filed under Clubs & Organizations, Sports

Senior Bradley Reid is an accomplished student who has taken advantage of the many opportunities presented to him, leading to an amazing scholarship from The Order of the Daedalians, allowing him to explore a possible fut...

State Track Champions

Jaye Freyer, staff writer

May 26, 2016

Filed under Sports

On May 12, two students competed in the State UIL track competition at UT in Austin, and returned home with winning titles to their names. Competing in the discus event, senior Zoe Broadway earned gold, while junior Soren...

Cheer Team Completes Season with Charitable Win

Nicole Wester, Editor-in-Chief

May 2, 2016

Filed under Clubs & Organizations, News, Sports, Sports Columns, Sports Stories

Often times, the tremendous effort, planning, and difficult practices go unnoticed to audiences of our school’s cheer team. These young ladies and gentlemen train themselves mentally and physically each day with every daring...

Journey in Ring

Nicole Wester, Editor-in-Chief

December 17, 2015

Filed under Features, Sports, Sports Stories

Every person has an interesting story to tell. Fighters have the best ones and junior Alex Aponte has decided to share his. He has been boxing since he was four years old, but last year he battled his toughest fight yet. After ...

Sprinting Straight to State

Nicole Wester, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2015

Filed under Features, Photos, Sports

Picture 96 days of unending, relentless sweating, racing under burning rays of sunlight, and fighting exhaustion for a short rush of energy. That is the type of dedication that brought senior Soren Underwood to Cross Country r...

Love, Baseball

Margarita Castillo, Staff Writer

May 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

His cleats pound on the compacted dirt to the rhythm of his pulsating heartbeat as he makes his way to the box. Eyes intently focused on the pitcher, he awaits the incoming ball. Distractions surround him as he raises the...

The Last Serve

The Last Serve

April 29, 2015

Shot Heard Around School

Andru Riojas, Staff Writer

April 28, 2015

Filed under Sports

  The JROTC rifle team isn’t the most popular extracurricular group at JHS, but it is one of the highest acclaimed teams in the nation. Being a part of this program takes hard work and dedication. Lacking the hype t...

Owl Becomes Kangaroo

Owl Becomes Kangaroo

April 27, 2015

M’Pulse Makes it to Championships

Nicole Garrow, Staff Writer

April 22, 2015

Filed under Clubs & Organizations, News, Sports

It was not just another competition, it was championships. M’Pulse winter drum line competed in their last competition of the season at Centennial High School on March 28. M’Pulse went home with 4th place and a score of 69.95. “I...

Hole in One

Hole in One

April 17, 2015

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