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Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

The Roar

Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

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Caleb Nyberg

Caleb Nyberg, Reporter

Caleb Nyberg is a senior and a first-year reporter. Outside of Newspaper, he plays baseball for the Leander Lions. Some of his interests include: lifting, reading and watching movies. He enjoys writing about sports and highlighting the stats of how well the players did. Caleb's plans after graduation are to go to Texas State or North Texas to get a degree in Journalism.

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Sophomore Colbin Holmes swings the bat at the March 14 game against Rouse

Home Run for Holmes

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
May 17, 2023
Just Keep Swimming

Just Keep Swimming

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
April 25, 2023
Senior Tony Klaer sits in front of the microphone

Here, Swole is the Goal

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
December 13, 2022
Juniot Ethan Rhett running the ball to the end zone preforming a scoop and score.

Lions Homecoming Loss

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
October 12, 2022

Lions Fall to the Cougars

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
October 4, 2022
Senior Offensive Lineman Noah Rodriguez (left) and Senior Running Back Tanner Christensen (right)

Lions End in a Thriller

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
September 21, 2022

Lions On a Roll

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
September 13, 2022
On Aug. 25, senior Aidan Salazar runs the sideline at Bible Stadium. Salazar plays slot receiver for the Lions.

Lions Win Season Opener

by Caleb Nyberg, Reporter
August 30, 2022
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