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Nathan Haslam

Nathan Haslam

Kendra Washington, Staff Writer
February 10, 2016 • 467 views
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Then seventh grader, Nathan Haslam walks into Tate Springs Baptist Church, the only person in his family to have stepped foot in a church in many years. Haslam was invited by a friend and had accepted with the hope and expectation of free food. Although Haslam did not get food that evening, but he was... Read more »

Emma Johnson

Emma Johnson

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
January 29, 2016 • 762 views
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Junior Emma Johnson sits with choir director Josh Powell as they wait to hear if Johnson has made the All-State choir. The judge comes out and starts with the basses then onto the tenors, sopranos and finally the altos. “It felt really great,” Johnson said. “I didn’t think I would get i... Read more »

Haleigh Carr

Haleigh Carr

Savannah Guerrero, Staff Writer
January 8, 2016 • 1,369 views
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Junior Haleigh Carr rushes into Dr. Shardy’s room panting from the three flight of stairs she had to climb. With a box of a dozen donuts in hand ready to start the morning, Carr leads BASIC, a Christian devotional club. Despite the earliness of the morning, she loves to start the day with a prayer.   “It can be a... Read more »

Alondra White

Alondra White

Hannah Shaffer, Staff Writer
January 6, 2016 • 1,180 views
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Change is nothing new to junior Alondra White. As she walked in Legacy high school’s doors for the first time her freshman year, she added Mansfield to her list of places she has moved to. At first she just moved from school to school, but the moves became more frequent as her parents began to separate... Read more »

Madison Koceich

Madison Koceich

Rachel Blanchard, Staff Writer
December 15, 2015 • 814 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories, Sports Stories

It's a little after three in the afternoon. Most students are leaving school at this time, ready to eat, sleep and finish up homework. Junior Madison Koceich, however, is standing beside her teammates lined up against the natatorium wall, waiting for coach to dismiss her to get ready for the swim meet... Read more »

Catherine Richardson

Catherine Richardson

Felicity Veliz, Staff Writer
December 10, 2015 • 844 views
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Junior Catherine Richardson answered a few questions about running cross country at Legacy High School. She also mentioned something the cross country team does that nobody knows about. Q: How long have you been running? A: I've been running for as long as I can remember. To be specific, the idea occurre... Read more »

Joshua Richey

Joshua Richey

Khalid Ahmed, Staff Writer
December 3, 2015 • 1,149 views
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Legacy Bronco defender, Joshua Richey, is one of few freshman on the soccer team. However, he has a back injury that restricts his mobility and accuracy. In Richey's mind, this is just a challenge that he has to overcome. Q: What position do you play? A: I play defender, which is the protector of... Read more »

Jorden Melson

Jorden Melson

Cami Langley and Kendra Washington
November 19, 2015 • 156 views
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All that freshmen Jorden Melson can hear is the sound of his father’s voice yelling in his ear. All other noises are instantly drowned out, because all that matters to Melson is that he knows his coach is proud of him. It’s different for Melson, because unlike his fellow teammates, his coach just... Read more »

Holland Wright

Holland Wright

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
November 13, 2015 • 1,328 views
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Two small children run around a big school with nothing but time to play hide and go seek. The little girl would hear her friend counting and hurry to find a room that was unlocked. “Ready or not here I come!” “I remember when [Legacy] was first built and I would play around with Mrs. Schi... Read more »

Shay Speer

Shay Speer

William Gentry, Staff Writer
November 12, 2015 • 348 views
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Sophomore Shay Speer is among the Americans who struggle with a neurological problem that has put a curveball on their educational learning abilities. Only 15% of people in the United States are dyslexic. Dyslexia is a condition that makes reading and writing hard but does not affect overall intelligence.... Read more »