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Swim Team Makes Statement At State Swim Meet

Swim Team Makes Statement At State Swim Meet

Haley Yelle, Staff Writer
March 4, 2015 • 127 views
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Water splashes out of the side of the UT pool as sophomore Sam Sok stands at the edge waiting for his opportunity to jump in and swim. The lanes overflow with people, leaving barely enough room to move. A sense of excitement and nervousness fill the air, for the biggest meet of the season starts in an... Read more »

Varsity Softball Off To A Strong Start

Varsity Softball Off To A Strong Start

Hannah Garcia, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015 • 196 views
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The locker room blared with music while sophomore Shelby Owens frantically strapped on her knee brace before the big game against Mansfield High School. Infielders and outfielders hustled on the field forming two separate lines to begin their game rituals. Chanting projected from the field as the girls’... Read more »

A Helping Hand: Trainers Assist Athletes

A Helping Hand: Trainers Assist Athletes

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
February 19, 2015 • 156 views
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Meghan Qualls drags herself out of bed and scrambles to find the lamp switch to turn on the light. ​Monday. 5 a.m. pitch black outside: The beginning of a long day. As the morning sky starts to fade into a lighter shade of dark blue, senior Meghan Qualls throws on her sweatshirt and heads downstairs. “I... Read more »

Track Team Runs Off Of Previous Successes

Track Team Runs Off Of Previous Successes

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
February 17, 2015 • 162 views
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Last year, the boys’ track team was a success. A few of the boys were able to go to state and compete and together the team brought back many achievements. With this year’s season starting, Coach Bates feels confident about the talent on the team and the direction the season will go. “I think... Read more »

Powerlifting

Powerlifting

Heather Hines, Staff Writer
February 11, 2015 • 154 views
Filed under Moments, Recent Stories, Sports Stories

Perspiration could be smelled in the humid air when the doors to the field house opened. A dim roar concealed itself behind stone walls until turning into the weight room, when the hollering of power lifters, coaches and athletic trainers became overwhelming. The powerlifting team hosted a practice... Read more »

Student Athletes Commit to Colleges

Student Athletes Commit to Colleges

Ashley Richardson and Jacob Friedberg
February 4, 2015 • 256 views
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With the help of friends, family and coaches, seven students will sign the contract to play their sport at their future college. Taaj Bakari, committed to play football at Oklahoma State University (OSU) looks forward to playing his sport in college. “It’s a good school and they always compete... Read more »

Swim Team Members Advance to Regionals

Swim Team Members Advance to Regionals

Hannah Pikey, Staff Writer
January 29, 2015 • 248 views
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The Legacy swim team nears the end of their season while competing in the District 8-5A Championship meet on January 23. Swim Coach Tony Tullbane looks forward to the rest of the season with pride in the team. “It was a good meet,” Coach Tullbane said. “We are going to rock [regionals].” Boys... Read more »

Golf Simulator Up To Par

Golf Simulator Up To Par

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
January 26, 2015 • 180 views
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The golf team has finished the bulk of their modifications to their on campus Golf Room, including the edition of two hitting bays, a chipping net, and a 75 sensor launch monitor that provides accurate feedback on the golfers’ spin rate and angle of attack. The new addition to the golf team’s arsenal... Read more »

Concussions Mean More than a Time Out

Concussions Mean More than a Time Out

Garrett Brantley, Staff Writer
January 23, 2015 • 480 views
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The last thing senior Tucker Woolsey remembered was escaping the sack in a quarterback scramble before his head smacked against the ground. A defensive lineman wrapped him up and dragged him to the ground. When he came to, he was dizzy, dazed and confused. Sports-related concussions occur more often... Read more »

Boys’ Soccer Works to Score Goals, Achieve Them

Boys’ Soccer Works to Score Goals, Achieve Them

Ben Townsend, News Editor
January 15, 2015 • 295 views
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The 2015 soccer season is a campaign full of optimism, according to Head Coach James Smelley. The team hasn’t made the playoffs since the 2012 season but Coach Smelley feels incredibly confident that the Broncos can reverse their luck with the talent and depth the team has this year. “I’m extremely... Read more »