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Father-son duo: The in’s and out’s of being the coach’s son

Finishing the layup, sophomore Luke Wright scores another basket in his first career varsity start. Wright went one of four shooting in the season opener. “I was really proud to be a starter but I know I could’ve played better that game,” Wright said. “I'm ready to see where this season can go.”

Michael Lolley, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

For the last six years, boys varsity basketball coach John Wright has coached his son sophomore Luke Wright for the Junior Longhorns and now at the high school.  “Since I’ve always been around high school basketball, I think I’ve really developed a passion for the game,” L. Wright said. “...

Baseball team celebrates another season of superstition, awards and hot wings

Finishing his swing, senior outfielder Jackson Barnhart gets a base hit to centerfield. Barnhart and his fellow “troops” defeated Ritenour High School on their senior night 18-2. “I like to be the trendsetter. I like to pick our guys up while we are down, and I like to just have fun with it,” Barnhart said. “I specifically remember this game I was having more fun playing than usual because it was my last senior night, and I was dancing and singing in the outfield, just doing my best to help us play better.”

Michael Lolley, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

From pregame rituals to weekly awards, superstitions have been a part of the baseball program. Each level of play has their own unique awards and rituals. On the C-team, there are three different awards given out every week: a “Silver Stick” for the best batter, “Gold Glove” for the best ...

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