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During a drill, sophomore Evan Bish blocks No. 56 sophomore Zach Barnhouse. Bish plays as a defensive end and Barnhouse plays as an offensive lineman. "Spring ball is a time where we don
Eagle Brief: April 16-23
Grace Williamson, Editor-in-Chief • April 16, 2021

The last eagle update was April 21 at 9:55 a.m., check back daily for more updates. Eagle Update Relay For Life is rescheduled to April...

Running along the sideline, teacher and coach Jennifer Garner watches the match. Garner has been a professional referee since 2013 and received her FIFA badge in 2018. "I truly love the game of soccer and the reason I started refereeing is because I wanted teams and players to have referees that care and that put in a lot of work and effort to do the best job that they could," Garner said. "As a player, I always noticed when a referee truly was working hard and truly cared as opposed to sometimes having referees that are just there.”
Changing the game: world history teacher referees for World Cup qualifier match
Emma Hutchinson, Chief Operating Officer • April 20, 2021

  Fans cheer. Music echoes through the stadium. Colorful face paint covers the crowd. From the stands, triumph rings loud with unified voices screaming...

After their second game of the season, the Prosper Bowling Team gathers in front of the lanes at the Plano Super Bowl. Their last competition took place March 20. Pictured here is Coach Mickie Tate, Coach Daniel Simons, Aaron Coleman, Roman Salinas, Jayden Okwesa, Dylan Bell, Noah Nelson, and Coach David Coleman in the top row. The bottom row holds Naiya Okwesa, Chesney Stinnett, Sydney Topper, Ashley Coleman and Hailey Herron. "My favorite part about the team is the team itself," Herron said. "Everyone was so welcoming, and they are some of my best friends."
Bowlers 'strike' down competition together
Alyssa Clark, Social Media Director • March 25, 2021
Sitting inside the Eagle
Coffee Bean Club brews up new connections
Emma Hutchinson, Chief Operating Officer • March 18, 2021
After one of their in-person meetings, the Students for Salvation members group together. This club helps bring Christian students together. "Students for Salvation is a club that my friend Parker Covington and I started so that students could have a safe place to come eat donuts and talk about some other things in their life," sophomore Landon Bownds said. "It
Varsity golfer 'swings' into action for community
Alyssa Clark, Social Media Director • January 29, 2021
In front of a lesbian flag, the CW
Opinion: Representation of lesbianism in media creates harm
Morgan Reese, Assistant Photo Editor • April 16, 2021

While LGBTQ+ representation in film and TV has steadily inclined over the years, the number of lesbians and bisexual women has...

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