Covering the Bronco Nation.

The Rider Online | Legacy HS Student Media

Cameron Clark: Family Game Night

Cameron Clark: Family Game Night

Kendra Washington, Staff Writer
September 2
Filed under Personalities

Sophomore Cameron Clark listens to the dull roar of the crowd as the buzzer on the scoreboard rings, ending another Thursday night football game and another win adding on to their perfect season. He joins his teammates in a circle after shaking the hands of his opponents. Clark looks at all of the tired,...

Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
May 18
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Alex Rodriguez watched his sister stand up with their family friend as her row began to file out of the church pew, led by a high schooler in a bright red polo shirt. Last year, Rodriguez was in the same place as his sister was now, about to be confirmed by the bishop in her Catholic faith. This...

Ms. Roberts recognized as Teacher of the Year

Ms. Roberts recognized as Teacher of the Year

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
May 16
Filed under News, Personalities, Top Story

Ms. Roberts has always taken pride in her job, but now it is apparent her job is just as proud of her. On March 28, AVID teacher and coordinator Ms. Jennifer Roberts was selected as Teacher of the Year for Legacy High School by a vote conducted by other teachers. She has worked for MISD as a teacher...

Delia Schulte

Delia Schulte

Katherine Powell, Personality Editor
May 13
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Delia Schulte takes a deep breath as she walks into her first class at Legacy High School. Everyone around her speaks English fluently and without any difficulty. This country has proven to be a lot different than her home- Germany. “I wanted to have an experience here, to see how it really...

Maddison Kirby

Maddison Kirby

Katherine Powell, Personality Editor
May 10
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

As sophomore Maddison Kirby practices her turns over and over again, wanting to execute them perfectly right, she thinks about all the times she came after school to practice dancing for hours. “I really liked dancing and the stuff we did in dance class,” Kirby said. “Then I started coming...

Savannah Madden

Savannah Madden

Jenni Doster, Staff Writer
May 5
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Savannah Madden prepares her club as the wind blows slightly. Pressure rising, she swings her best shot, her ball glides through the air and lands on the green. To everyone on the outside, Madden appears as if she has been golfing for years, but what many don’t know is this is one of her first...

Ms. Spenser Olughlin

Ms. Spenser Olughlin

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
May 3
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Art teacher Ms. Spenser Olughlin looked down at her papers, trying to find her new classroom on the map. She wasn’t a new teacher, but she was new to this school, and it was completely different. Students already knew where they were going, but she had never been in this room before. Ms. Spenser...

Dr. Stephan Shardy

Dr. Stephan Shardy

Ava Green, Staff Writer
April 21
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Dr. Stephan Shardy grips his red pen tight and marks out another few answers on the worksheet; he counts up how many points to take off and writes the correct grade at the top. This isn’t the first time he’s done this, but he knows it’s nearing his last. On May 31, Dr. Shardy will retire from teachi...

Michael McGee

Michael McGee

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
April 19
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

His heart was pounding. Even after running for years, he still got butterflies. It was a gut wrenching feeling. The gun signaled the start of the race, and senior Michael McGee pushed off the block and raced down the track, falling in line with the other runners. McGee lead Legacy’s track team,...

Kayleigh Gerlach

Kayleigh Gerlach

Lexi Ellis, Staff Writer
April 7
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

In Adana, Turkey, a town dangerously close to Syria, the perpetual war-zone in the middle east, junior Kayleigh Gerlach came home from school to find her mother watching an alert on one of the five available television channels. They were on lockdown. Gerlach has lived on a base for most of her life...