Marshall Stinson

Marshall Stinson

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
December 17, 2014 • 43 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

In an attempt to establish his balance, junior Marshall Stinson makes a split decision. He overcompensates for his weight, causing the nose of his skateboard to topple over. After a thud and a moment to regather himself, he prepares for the next attempt. Introduced to skateboarding by his father,... Read more »

Girls’ Varsity Basketball Wins First District Game

Girls’ Varsity Basketball Wins First District Game

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
December 17, 2014 • 35 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

The buzzer sounds as the girls’ basketball team goes into overtime. The Legacy stands are filled with family and friends anxiously hoping for a win. Four minutes are set on the clock the referee throws the ball up, Legacy gains possession. Junior Bethany Ross gets the ball and goes for the layup, she... Read more »

Jasmine Dalrymple

Jasmine Dalrymple

Justine Vasquez, Staff Writer
December 15, 2014 • 125 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Jasmine Dalrymple practices a dance in the locker room along with the rest of the team as she waits for them to call her name. She takes a nervous breath before running through the counts again for her tryout for the pep rally dance. A voice calls her and she steps into the dance room where the... Read more »

Welders Create Unique Christmas Tree

Welders Create Unique Christmas Tree

Hannah Pikey, Staff Writer
December 12, 2014 • 161 views
Filed under Moments, Recent Stories

Standing out in the cloudy and cold day, a group of people crowded around a metal Christmas tree. A long metal pole held the golden star atop and all around Christmas lights strung from the star. As the day got darker, a man stepped from the group and announced himself and the beginning of the First... Read more »

Color Run Slated for U2FC

Color Run Slated for U2FC

Jacob Friedberg, Staff Writer
December 11, 2014 • 160 views
Filed under News Briefs, Recent Stories

StuCo will be hosting a Color Run for the U2FC (United to Fight Cancer) event. The U2FC Color Run is a Cancer Awareness fundraiser that benefits cancer research. All profits made will be donated to the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center - Research. The run starts at 9 a.m. and participants can either run... Read more »

Drake Milligan

Drake Milligan

Gracie Long and Garrett Brantley
December 11, 2014 • 680 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories, Top Story

Putting on an Elvis costume and gelling his hair, sophomore, Drake Milligan slips into his blue suede shoes while he prepares for another show. Milligan performs as an Elvis tribute artist. He sings, acts and dances just like Elvis. “I saw an Elvis impersonator one time by accident and really... Read more »

One Size Fits All

One Size Fits All

Monica Salazar, Entertainment Editor
December 10, 2014 • 326 views
Filed under Blogs, Entertainment Blog, Recent Stories

Today's culture has adopted a trend - "loving" your body and accepting yourself regardless of what you look like. But, keep in mind, just like everything else in this world, some exceptions come along with the promotion of self-acceptance. For example, in most cases, if you want to promote the acceptance... Read more »

Ms. Anderson Organizes Pet Food Drive

Ms. Anderson Organizes Pet Food Drive

Haley Yelle, Staff Writer
December 9, 2014 • 103 views
Filed under News Briefs, Recent Stories

Almost Home Animal Rescue (AHAR) needs donations for the holiday season. The organization takes in homeless pets and nurtures them to health so they can find a loving family. Donations will help AHAR continue their mission of keeping the pets happy and healthy, especially during the holidays. Ms. Anderson... Read more »

LBTV: Cupcake Wars

LBTV: Cupcake Wars

December 9, 2014 • 241 views
Filed under LBTV, Recent Stories

Restaurant Management students bake cupcakes in class to be judged by faculty members.

Davis’ Physics Class Takes Flight

Davis’ Physics Class Takes Flight

Hannah Pikey, Staff Writer
December 8, 2014 • 131 views
Filed under Moments, Recent Stories, Top Story

“Let’s hope ours is wired properly and doesn’t explode,” junior Trace Zalatoris said to his team while the class walked out to the launch area. “I hope it does,” John Patterson replied. Prepared with their own homemade rockets, the AP Physics students of Mr. Davis’s class set out... Read more »