The varsity soccer players played Cedar Park and Marble Falls and lost to Cedar Park 1-0 and tied Marble Falls 0-0.
“I was happy to earn a point as the away team,” Head Coach Russ Girard said. “Although we haven't earned a district win yet, no other team has really pulled ahead of the pack.”
The players came in hoping to take their chances well and defend strongly, but a lone goal by Cedar Park turned out to be the only goal of the game.
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The JV boys’ soccer team lost to Cedar Park 1-0 last week. They made a comeback a few days later when they beat Marble Falls 4-1.
“Angel Ruiz had two goals and was the team’s top performer”,... Read More »
After wins against Vandegrift 50-48 and Cedar Park 41-38, the Lady Lions defeated Marble Falls. For the seniors, it was their last game in the gym of Leander High School.
“The game meant so much to... Read More »
The Lions won their game last Friday night against Marble Falls 70-35, putting the Lions current record at six wins and five losses in district, and 15 wins and 12 losses overall.
“We just wanted... Read More »
10. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
This movie made the list mostly because it’s Star Wars. I think it’s quite lame to have just come out with The Force Awakens and have the next Star Wars have nothing to do with it at all and be it’s own separate movie. It’s plot is a resistance group that’s o... Read More »
A topic close to my heart has crept its ways into the classrooms in school. Dress code. It is a topic that is brushed away with words like “oh, you're just complaining,” “why are you arguing for the right to dress slutty,” and “just follow the rules, it's easy.” But this issue is not just abou... Read More »
80,000. This is the number of students who try out for the region band and of that number, only 1% become “All-State,” essentially the best in the state of Texas. Three students of that 1% belong to the Leander Band, one of them being freshman Eralp Orkun, who is the only freshman bassoonist in... Read More »
The arts department put on the musical Anything Goes last week from Thursday to Sunday. Anything Goes had its debut in 1934 on Broadway and has continued to be performed for years. The performance gets 5/5 stars.
The story is about a Wall Street stockbroker named Billy Crocker, who was played by... Read More »
After 8 months of preparing for a test that can give students college credit and the rigor of a college level class, students take their AP tests, and they’re right around the corner.
“AP classes help students develop skills that will help them be successful in college classes,” AP World History tea... Read More »
With the school year coming closer to an end some students must face their futures and decide on what they want to do. For seniors Logan Kronforst and Danielle Snow, the future holds promise for careers in the medical field.
“I naturally love the learning process and application of biology and chemist... Read More »