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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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Eagle Brief: April 8 – 14

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Courtesy Laura Mauldin
Trophy in the air, the Varsity Girls soccer team celebrates qualifying for state. The team beat Marcus on April 6. The team is selling t-shirts so click the link below to order one.

Eagle Update & Resources

In a meeting room, junior Annabelle Nugent speaks to Mayor David Bristol. Prosper Theatre students visited the Town Hall to discuss Theatre In Our Schools Month. Photo courtesy of Jacob Galui.

Upcoming

  • Relay For Life is on April 12 at the PHS Turf and Track 6-8 p.m.
  • If you would like to purchase a Girls Soccer state t-shirt please click HERE.
    • Due to the quick turnaround time, the shirts will only be on sale until Monday, April 8 at 1 p.m.
  • Please join Prosper Eagles Baseball and the Prosper ISD Athletics community in supporting Jaxson Little and his family as we battle Jaxson’s leukemia together. Every donation, no matter the size, can make a difference. We will be wearing Jaxson Little Strong shirts for games at Rock Hill on Tuesday and Orange Out at Prosper High School on Friday.
  • NeuroNext Foundation will be running a stationary and school supply drive. Please bring any extra school supplies like pencils, notebooks, backpacks, etc. in good condition to the following rooms: 2210, 3103, 2245, or 1148. The donation period is from Feb. 20 to April 18. All donations go to special education schools and facilities in the US and India for children in need.

Sports schedules

Monday, April 8

5 p.m. JV White Baseball vs. Celina

Tuesday, April 9

4:30 p.m. JV Green Baseball @ Denton Braswell

7:30 p.m. Varsity Baseball @ Denton Braswell

Wednesday, April 10

5 p.m. JV White Baseball @ Denton Braswell

5 p.m. JV Green Softball @ Boyd

7 p.m. Varsity Softball @ Boyd

Thursday, April 11 – No events. 

Friday, April 12

8 a.m. Varsity Boys and Girls Tennis @ Heritage

9 a.m. Varsity Boys and Girls @ AREA Track Meet (Denton Braswell)

12 p.m. Varsity Girls Soccer @ Seven Lakes

4:30 p.m. JV Green Baseball vs. Denton Braswell

5 p.m. JV Green Softball vs. Denton Braswell

7 p.m. Varsity Softball vs. Denton Braswell

7:30 p.m. Varsity Baseball vs. Denton Braswell

Saturday, April 13

11 a.m. JV White Baseball vs. Highland Park

Sunday, April 14 – No events. 

Uplifting

  • PHS Girls Soccer qualified for state.
  • The Boys Golf team wrapped up the District 5-6A Tournament this past week in some tough conditions, the Prosper HS second team, competed their way to a fourth place finish and the first team had an eighth place finish. Even though we didn’t advance to regionals the future is looking up for the young Prosper Team. We were represented with seven sophomores out of the 13 PHS players that competed in the tournament. Sophomore Yunjae Park finished one shot out of the regional qualifier playoff with a two day total of 155 (73-82).
  • Congratulations to the Varsity and JV Girls Track teams for finishing as district runner-ups.
  • Several Boys Track athletes qualified for the area meet. Our Boys JV & Varsity Teams finished 2nd in the Track Meet.
    • Junior Sutton Stewart – High Jump, 6’8, District Champion.
    • Senior Zaden Krempin – Shot Put, 50’4.25″ – 2nd Place – BREAKS 42-YEAR-OLD SCHOOL RECORD
    • Senior Layne Sheely – 800m, 1:54, District Champion
    • Prentice Sanders – 400m, 48.31, District Champion
    • Sophomore Ashton Fletcher – 300mH, 39.81, District Champion
      4x400m Relay – District Champion, 3:17.
      (Seniors Kwasi Boamah, Layne Sheely, Remington Martin and Prentice Sanders)
  • Our PHS Archery team competed at the state competition last week and ended up in sixth place out of 66 high schools. This qualifies them for the National Archery Tournament on April 26th-27th. Senior Colin Sweeney finished fifth out of 712 high school boys and senior Maiya Oyakawa finished fifth out of 609 high school girls. For the first time ever, our archery team competed in the 3D tournament and finished 10th place with Oyakawas getting a third-place individual finish. We are so proud of our archers.
  • Dr. Lute Croy was named the Richland High School principal.
  • Nine PISD Bus Drivers competed in the Bus Rodeo this past weekend. Bobby Parker placed third in region 10 and will advance to state.

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Kaya Miller, originally from Los Angeles, California, moved to Prosper, Texas in 2017. She attends Prosper High School as a senior. This is her third year on staff, and she is co-editor-in-chief of Eagle Nation Online and editor-in-chief of the print newspaper Eagle Nation Times. Miller is on the Prosper debate team as historian. She is also president of the Spanish Honor Society. Miller is also on the Dallas Rowing Club Juniors team. In her free time, she enjoys baking and playing guitar.
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