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Coach Greene palms a basketball for only 5 seconds. He broke his pinky in his senior year of college. I dont have the same strength in my hand, Greene said. I used to be able to palm a ball, I can barely palm a ball now because I cant extend my fingers the way I used to.

A Basketball Guy

Nikolas Russell, Life & Arts Editor
2 days ago
JC Flores poses with both Nike and Supreme brands for a photoshoot

Senior’s Shoe Business Opens New Doors

Carter Poore, Editor In Chief
February 21, 2023
Assistant Principal Steve Schuhmann checks his computer for the latest administrative updates in his office located in Suite 3. 

“[Once I retire], I will be excited to not turn on a computer or cell phone on a daily basis,” Schuhmann said. “I will get a chance to slow down and appreciate all the great things life has to offer.”

21 Years of Service Coming to an End

Laura Rivera, News and Life & Arts Editor
January 27, 2023
Principal Mack Eagleton [left] and senior Aniruddh Mishra [right] pose for a picture shortly after Aniruddh received his 2nd Place Certificate from the US Congressional App Challenge. 

“I think the challenge itself is amazing,” Aniruddh said. “Enroll in the challenge and create your own app. If you don’t know how to code, learn how to code. That’s my number one thing that I’d say to anybody because it’s one of the most important skills coming up in the modern world.”

Senior Nationally Recognized For Original Website

Laura Rivera, News and Life & Arts Editor
January 12, 2023
Cool McNeil Clubs

Cool McNeil Clubs

Kaia-lise Pacheco, Reporter
December 2, 2022
Aquatic science teacher Mark Romano poses beside the student-run tank filled with Neon-Tetras. 

“It’s important to have [animals in the aquatic science classroom] because students are probably asking themselves ‘When am I going to use this in life?’. Well, they’re making real life happen right here in the classroom by doing the trout program, learning how to start a tank or by just going over there and appreciating nature in its little boxed form here.”

Inside Romano’s Aquatic Science Classroom

Laura Rivera, News and Life & Arts Editor
November 17, 2022
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