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Max-ing out for the Mustangs

Isa Luzarraga, Lifestyles Editor February 29, 2020

The glare of the stadium lights reflects on the lacquered court as the basketball pounds on hardwood. A blur of blue and white uniforms dart across the court, taking advantage of the fast break.  A...

Junior guard, Hunter Sallis dribbles the ball past the defense. Millard North went on to defeat the Lincoln Southeast Knights 78-61.

Leaving a Lasting Legacy

Anjali Pullabhotla, Opinions Editor February 12, 2020

“Go big blue.” Led by the deafening sound of a bass drum, MN’s white-themed student section’s spirit rises with the gradually intensifying chant.  Amidst the cries, junior Hunter Sallis,...

Senior Nicole Avila-Ambrosi takes the ball down the court while defending against a Millard South Patriot. the Mustangs took on their rivals, the Patriots, at the Stable on Jan. 31st.

Making Plays and Making Grades

Gracie Schweers, Staff Writer February 12, 2020

In the world of sports, young athletes often play and work hard with the goal of playing in college and beyond. However, the stats of going Division I for basketball is 2.1% for boys and even lower at ...

Junior Guillermo Espinoza, stares down the competition after a tackle. Espinoza has won 25 matches this season.

Pin the Opponent, Pin the Dream

Anna Pipinos, Staff Writer February 12, 2020

Middle school is a time for finding new hobbies. This was no different for the varsity wrestler, Guilermo Espinoza. With all of his friends wrestling in seventh grade, he decided to see his wrestling career...

No compensation for Athlete’s Association

Sam Hoops, Staff Writer February 5, 2020

Since 1993, the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) released sports video games, partnering with Electron Arts, a video game producing company. However, those video games haven’t been made...

Mind Over Matter

Sireen Abayazid, Online Editor February 5, 2020

The district cross country meet is about to begin. Ten minutes before it’s time to run, junior Gretchen Braak’s mind begins to wander. She wonders if she’s good enough. She breathes, telling herself...

(left to right) Senior Mckenna Ruch, junior Mollie Fee, senior Lauren Maciejewski, and sophomore Kate Galvin high five after they score on Marian. Millard North won the game 3-2.

Spiking down setbacks to state

Molly Murch, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 5, 2020

It can take up to 20 years for a saltwater pearl to form. For the varsity volleyball team, however, it took just one season to embody their theme of pearls, to prove themselves as capable of withstanding...

National flawed league

Zach Cutler, Staff Writer November 8, 2019

Nothing is better than fall afternoons filled with football. From running backs like Dalvin Cook dashing down the sidelines, to no look passes from Patrick Mahomes,  the National Football League is the...

(from left to right) Sophomores Helena Kegley, Alyssa Stalzer, and Addison Haas cradle a goat after completing their goat yoga team bonding activity at JAMS Goat Yoga. 
I had so much fun with all the goats. I loved when they climbed on our backs and when we could pick them up and give them treats.

Strength in community

Shruti Chada, Staff Writer November 8, 2019

 As the ball collides with the bat, an audible crack is heard. Players across the field grin as the ball soars across the clear blue sky, during the softball team’s daily practice. This year, Coach...

Sophomore Katelyn Ruge looks down the fairway after taking a practice swing. Ruge later won districts at Holmes Golf Course in Lincoln with a 78.

Outdrive your competition

Anna Pipinos, Staff Writer November 8, 2019

“Our old school record was a 70 shot in 2007 by our only state champion, Armana Christenson.  I knew Katie was probably going to go below 70 at some point this season when I watched her shoot a 66 this...

Women for the win

Gracie Schweers, Social Media Editor October 1, 2019

It’s every little soccer player’s dream to be a part of something bigger, whether that be on a college team, going pro, or representing their nation on a global stage.  I remember watching that...

A touchdown on fantasy football

Zach Cutler, Staff Writer October 1, 2019

School has started. Students are being bombarded with homework in every class. The summer heat is fading. Days are getting shorter. For many students and teachers, this means that summer is over and we...

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