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  • Forever Lions

    Forever Lions

    by Jack Densmore, Editor-in-Chief

    This feature is a tribute to 3 members of our Lion Family, all of whom left a remarkable legacy on the students, faculty and staff of LHS. It is rare for a school to experience so much loss in one month. We have tried to capture the spirits and personalities of these women in the words below.      ... READ MORE »»

    Three members of the LHS family passed away in June. Mrs. Locklear, Ms. Hardy and Mrs. Eggleston all worked at LHS for many years and will be missed.

  • Top 10 best things to do during the summer

    Top 10 best things to do during the summer

    by Jack Densmore and Austin Graham

    There are many things to do after school is let out. From going to the beach to sleeping. Here's the top ten best things to do during the summer. 1. The Beach The beach has always been a popular vacation spot during summer break. You can do it all. From swimming, to tanning, to exploring, to just spending time with family and friends. It's an ideal spot to go during the summer.... READ MORE »»

    The beach is one of the most popular places to go during the summer.

    Photo Credit MorgueFile

  • Year in Review

    Year in Review

    by Senior Staffers

    2014-2015 has been a crazy year. Here are the highlights: When a theatre kid drops a mix-tape A five hour fire drill and a three hour lockdown When you're forced to pee in unconventional places during a lockdown SWAT on the roof #WhiteEagleReady A banana running across the football field When you owe 300... READ MORE »»

    A year full of laughs, tears, fire drills, ice days, and finally goodbyes

    Photo Credit Siandhara Bonnet

News

Ready for 2016

by Caroline Cravens, Assistant Editor

The Blue Belles have already selected their leaders for the 2015-2016 team. Their exact positions were announced at their banquet: Captain - Junior Kelli Dyer 1st Lieutenants - Juniors Shey Davis, and Paige Hoelscher 2nd Lieutenants- Junior Lauren Yetter, sophomores Hannah Faubion, Gabbi...  Read More »

June 2, 2015

hours

The Struggle of Owing Hours

At the end of each semester, long lists of papers with ID numbers and triple digit numbers next to it...  Read More »

AP/IB Biology class posing with their teacher, Doctor Rasmussen

Barton Springs of biology

AP and IB Biology has made plans to take a fascinating trip to Barton Springs to study the life there...  Read More »

We interviewed several students for their reactions to the uprisings and rioting in Baltimore. These riots occurred in response to the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.

Students react to Baltimore uprisings

The recent death of Freddie Gray has raised many questions and lots of violence. Gray was arrested in...  Read More »

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Inside the Lion’s Den

Pitching the last few innings Ready at bat At first base Hitting a double National Anthem Senior night Throwing the pitch zellars-conducting xylophone practice-makes-perfect piano-ready malik2 look-to-the-right in-sync finishing-blow

Sports

Football holds spring festival

Photo Credit Jack Densmore

The entire football team in a huddle after the spring festival. The festival included a band, cheer, and Blue Belle performance.

Football holds spring festival

by Jack Densmore, Staff Writer

The Lions football team held a spring festival on May 21st at Bible Stadium to show off all the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior players for next year. “I feel great," junior Michael Barry...  Read More »

May 28, 2015 • Comments Off on Football holds spring festival

Senior Kara Jones swinging for the ball against Georgetown. The team played three games against Georgetown for the playoffs.

Softball season ends in 3-game series against Georgetown

The season for the Lady Lions varsity softball team ended after facing a tough Georgetown team for three...  Read More »

Junior Nick Patek catching a pass during the first spring football practice of the week. Head coach Smith  mostly worked with the receivers during practice.

Spring football practice kicks off

The Lions spring football practice kicked off on May 11 with a series of different drills. “We try...  Read More »

Junior Kellie Jeanes hitting a home run during the bottom of the third inning. The Lady Lions then finished off that inning leading 10-1.

Softball clobbers Seguin to become area champs

The Lady Lions softball game against Seguin was moved to Vista Ridge softball fields due to rain. After...  Read More »

Prior to the game, the team huddles for a prayer. The Lions are currently tied with Vista Ridge with a 7-5 record.

Lion baseball sets out on the road to the playoffs

With a very hard-played season this year, the Varsity baseball team only has two more regular season...  Read More »

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Editorials

Promoting love with hatred

Promoting love with hatred

by Austin Graham, Staff Writer

Something that has become huge in the generation of technology is the promotion of self love for specific groups of people. Constantly in history the world finds one specific group of people to hate upon. The Holocaust with the Jews, The Civil War with the blacks and The Romans with the Christians. These...  Read More »

June 3, 2015 • Comments Off on Promoting love with hatred

#Iwishmyteacherknew sparks discussion, raises awareness

#Iwishmyteacherknew sparks discussion, raises awareness

by Claire Kyllonen, Assistant Editor

A few weeks ago, a third grade teacher from Colorado had her class write on note cards to tell her anything they wish she knew. She had them do it anonymously, which resulted in some students admitting...  Read More »

April 27, 2015 • Comments Off on #Iwishmyteacherknew sparks discussion, raises awareness

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Columns

A different world

A different world

by Siandhara Bonnet, Editor-in-Chief

Walking through the hallways as a senior, I've noticed that I've entered a different world. Not the one I'm going to enter into (college), the one I'm already in. We live in a world full of growth. Kindness and anger. Happiness and jealousy. It's a world that as children, we did not know existed....  Read More »

June 3, 2015 • Comments Off on A different world

The confusing thing called humanity

The confusing thing called humanity

by Austin Graham, Staff Writer

Blood being pumped through the veins. Heart pounding every second of every day. Brain waves circuiting through the body from the top to the bottom telling us what to do. The human body is one of the most intricate inventions on this planet. It's made up of so many elements, so many systems and so...  Read More »

May 27, 2015 • Comments Off on The confusing thing called humanity

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