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Serving it up in AZ

Serving it up in AZ

Madeline Conger, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under FALL SPORTS, STUDENTS, VOLLEYBALL

The varsity volleyball team attended and competed at the Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix, Arizona. The team left for Arizona on September 20 and returned September 23. The team rode in a bus to Atlanta then flew to Phoenix. Preslee Ellis (11) said, “The flight was about four hours long.” ...

Football: this season vs last season

Football: this season vs last season

Kaelyn King, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, FOOTBALL, Showcase, SPORTS

According to this year's experienced football players, coming back from a state title to a regular season has been overwhelming. The football players have been so eager to get back on the field. They have been looking forward to this season and hoping to win another state title. Tavian Mayo (1...

Varsity softball sits senior-less

Varsity softball sits senior-less

Loronzo Collier, Staff Reporter

September 7, 2018


Filed under SOFTBALL

Varsity sports teams usually depend on their seniors, often the most experienced players, for leadership. So do younger players. But this year, the softball team does not have any seniors,  leaving them with less experienced leaders. Being a senior usually means a player feels an added responsibil...

Varsity football destroys Florida 8A state champions

Varsity football destroys Florida 8A state champions

Mackenzie Rosa, Sports Editor

August 29, 2018


Filed under FOOTBALL, Showcase

Every Trojan fan in Lee County has been waiting for the day when the 8A Florida State Champions would come to Trojan Field to play the varsity team, and when the day came, the stands filled in the blazing heat with eager fans. The Dr.Phillips Panthers kicked off to the Trojans starting off the game. ...

Varsity football dominates first game of season

Varsity football dominates first game of season

Mackenzie Rosa

August 20, 2018


Filed under FOOTBALL, Showcase

After last Friday's weather cancellation, both fans and players were ready for the Hamp Smith Classic. As the ASU stadium began to fill with two sides of Trojan fans, the excitement rose until it was kickoff time. The game started off a little rough when Lee fumbled the ball and Daugherty ran th...

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