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Swimming a sport with ups and downs

Holly Spragg, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018


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Swimming is sport that is difficult yet quite popular , and one senior is no exception. Senior Emmalee Barnes said that she has been swimming for seven years or so. There is always a reason that someone joins a sport or any activity in general.  Barnes has a rather unique way that she joined s...

Freshman getting a chance to play up

JJ Slater, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


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Due to a shortage of freshmen girls trying out there is no freshman team for the CMR basketball program. Instead the freshmen are placed on the sophomore team. Aubrey Smith is one of those freshmen. Aubrey’s older sister, Laura Smith, played basketball for two years and really got the ball rolling...

Rustler wrestles an injury

Callan Garner, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


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Working through technique and agility, sophomore Keaton Jarrett wrestled his way into a severe injury. Ending his season slightly prematurely, Jarrett tore his meniscus in his left knee. Not being extremely upset, Jarrett was definitely understanding about it happening. “It happens. It happens i...

Wranglers excite crowd with new dances each time

Paige McCorkle and Callan Garner

February 2, 2018


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Laughing, the Wrangler captains go over what to do next. Usually when you see a team, there is a coach on the side lines helping everything along. But with the dedication on the dance team, the captains pick their own music, make their own dances, and teach the dances to the rest of the team. Sen...

Girls swim team hopes to carry out new(dle) tradition

Girls swim team hopes to carry out new(dle) tradition

Quinn Soltesz and Austin McIntosh

January 29, 2018


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A bright pink pool noodle can be a strange site at a AA swim meet, but starting this year, the Charles M Russell girls swim team has made this sight a tradition. Dubbed “the Noodle”, it changes hands every Friday or Saturday when the team competes. The Noodle is passed from one girl to another based ...

Color Guard builds flourishing legacy under Jordan

Quincy Schmechel, Editorial Board

January 26, 2018


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Football, basketball, volleyball, baseball. No matter what sport event you attend, it’s likely that one experience is always the same: the National Anthem. For the last 53 years, CMR Color Guard has been dedicated to flying CMR’s three flags at each and every home game, supporting patriotism and...

Duncan speaks on swimming

Gauthier Paget, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


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Senior Morgan Duncan is in HOSA. HOSA is a club that is dedicated to helping people and learning about health. She is also a part of the CMR swim team. “It’s pretty exciting” said she, swimming is a fun way to stay active. She said she loves swimming, and it is a really cool sport that sh...

Early mornings and pep overload, no caffeine needed

Quincy Schmechel, Editorial Board

December 1, 2017


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There’s a certain hush early in the morning, usually before the first light comes up in the sky, that brings a sense of peace… that is unless you’re waking up at this time to rush to a 5 AM practice like the Wranglers or cheerleaders. Because the CMR fieldhouse is so overbooked between sports...

Team Captain is “Kicking” off the games

Maygie Li, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


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Team captain Isaiah Trejo kicks more than soccer balls. He's kicking butt. This year on the JV boys soccer team, Trejo hussles, kicks, and never quits. He’s hard working, and such an inspiration to his teammates. Trejo started playing soccer when he was about four years old because he wanted to ...

Brady shoots for the goal

Holly Spragg and Holly Spragg

November 7, 2017


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Some people have a certain talent that they have had since their childhood that will continue through their life. For sophomore Aine Brady, that talent happens to be soccer. “I’ve been playing off and on since I was five,” Brady said about the sport that would soon be her favorite thing to d...

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