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Peyton Pimlott

Peyton Pimlott

Asher Stuart, Staff Writer
November 5, 2015 • 796 views
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Having a blast, being crazy and acting silly: these are just some of the things that happen in improv. Sophomore Peyton Pimlott auditioned to be a part of the improv group this year and has loved it ever since. Q: What is improv? A: Improv is acting without a script. You go out there to make jokes wi... Read more »

Karlee Kroner

Karlee Kroner

Lauren Hargrove, Staff Writer
November 3, 2015 • 742 views
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Entering the building on her first day of tenth grade, sophomore Karlee Kroner looks around and realizes she’s the new kid. Her hands start to shake and she tries to calm herself as she makes her way to her first period class. She never imagined she would end up in this place, yet here she is. Kroner... Read more »

Devyn Hinds

Devyn Hinds

Saella Ware, Staff Writer
October 29, 2015 • 434 views
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Inhaling in through her nose and out through her mouth, she closes her eyes and reopens them slowly. This is it. It was up to her to win it. Devyn began to ferociously tear apart everything the opposing team had prepared for in their debate case and felt a twitch of victory in her palms. Q: Why is ... Read more »

Omal Ryspayev

Omal Ryspayev

Savannah Guerrero, Staff Writer
October 27, 2015 • 624 views
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As he steps out of the airport, foreign exchange student Omal Ryspayev can’t help but stare at everything new he sees. The skyscraping buildings, speedy cars, fascinating people- it’s all different to him. He smiles to himself, excited for everything America has to offer. “I want to feel the... Read more »

More Than A Pony Tale

More Than A Pony Tale

Ashton Williams, Staff Writer
October 22, 2015 • 996 views
Filed under Personalities, Sports Stories, Top Story

The outside linebacker charged to tackle her opponent. Moments later, freshman Sofie Lespagnol hit the ground. Her head began to throb as the clock hit 40 seconds. Lespagnol is the outside linebacker as well as the only girl who plays for the Legacy High School Freshman football B team. "Once I... Read more »

Heaven Conner

Heaven Conner

Ashley Bow, Staff Writer
October 19, 2015 • 579 views
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Junior Heaven Conner sits in the dim lighting of the Prophet Bar counting the minutes until she gets to perform. She considers all the things that could go wrong with either herself or the band, getting slightly nervous. After all, there are lots of risks to performing live. She pushes the nerves away... Read more »

Chris Melson: State Football Champion in 1986

Chris Melson: State Football Champion in 1986

Jorden Melson, Staff Writer
October 13, 2015 • 812 views
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Going into the game, quarterback Chris Melson felt pressure to perform well, and he believed his team would be victorious. The class of 1986 at Ada High School achieved something that had only happened 12 times in school history. They made it to the state championship game in football. On Dec. 13, 1986 at ... Read more »

Mady Walker

Mady Walker

Breton Hawkins, Staff Writer
October 13, 2015 • 2,229 views
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Freshman Mady Walker’s life was forever changed last February. She tested positive for MELAS: Mitochondrial encephalomyopathy, lactic acidosis, and stroke like episodes. “I was kinda upset because the cases with the mildest MELAS syndrome have only lived until they’re 30,” Walker said. Walker also has Optic Neuritis which has left... Read more »

Kristi McDonald

Kristi McDonald

Phillip Smith, staff writer
October 8, 2015 • 525 views
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Spanish teacher Kristi McDonald pulls down the grammar and motivational posters from the cream colored cinder block walls. She prepares to pack as the school year comes to an end, mainly admiring the poster that quoted, ”Spanish saved my life” which caused query among her students throughout the... Read more »

New Strength and Conditioning Coach Helps Legacy Athletes

New Strength and Conditioning Coach Helps Legacy Athletes

Kendra Washington, Staff Writer
October 6, 2015 • 1,404 views
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Tired teenage boys stand under the indefatigable sun as strength and conditioning coach, Hamilton Greer, gives a ten second warning before blowing his whistle sending the boys off into a sprint down the football field while encouraging them to not give up on the task before them. Coach Greer, the... Read more »