The Blue Crew: Come And Show Your Tiger Spirit Abby Starling
It’s a brand new school year, and as we all well know, it’s the time for exciting pep rallies, Friday night football games and loud, spirit-filled fans. Among those fans, is an extraordinary group of CHS students in a recently formed yell squad, The Blue Crew. These students are driven by school spirit, and they plan to inspire fellow students, staff and community members to join in and show more Tiger spirit. “The Blue Crew is basically a yell squad, just like one you would find at A&M or UT. We pump up the crowd and the team as much as we can, and show support even if we are losing,” junior Blue Crew CoCaptain Matt Middleton said. “The whole idea is to show that we have pride in our school and to get other people to show pride as well.”
Even though The Blue Crew just made its debut at the September 3 rd varsity football game, it is rapidly growing in group members and popularity, and everyone is asking how to join. “All you have to do to join is talk to Joe West, Matt Middleton or Dee Anderson and get all of the info,” junior Blue Crew Co-Captain Joe West said. “Right now we have about 15 members, but anyone who wants to join is welcome! The only requirement to join is that you have to pay $15.00 for The Blue Crew t-shirt.” So far, The Blue Crew seems to be having a positive effect on the community and student body, which is just what they were hoping for. “I think that if enough people show that having some pride in our school is one of the
most fun and exciting things you can do,” Middleton said, “we could get every student at CHS to get to the games and get on their feet!” The Blue Crew’s main focus right now is varsity football, but they are planning on furthering their support to all Corsicana High School sports throughout the school year. “We are currently involved in varsity football, but we are planning to send The Blue Crew members to volleyball, baseball, basketball, softball, soccer and tennis,” Middleton said. “The number of members at each event will differ depending on the sport and location.” The fans are not the only ones getting something out of The Blue Crew. Dee Anderson, Blue Crew Member, is proud to be a part of this group and is excited to know what The Blue Crew brings to the game.
“I feel like a million bucks being part of The Blue Crew, just knowing you’re making a difference in the game, and adding something to the presence of any game,” Anderson said. “I love every moment, just realizing possibly years from now, students will continue The Blue Crew is mind blowing! It’s an amazing experience.” Dee Anderson, Joe West, Matt Middleton and other Blue Crew Members have high hopes that The Blue Crew will be a lasting tradition and will inspire Tiger fans everywhere to get out there and support their teams. “The main goal for this year is to bring fun and spirit to CHS and show that our student body still loves and bleeds blue and gold,” Anderson said. “I only hope that for years to come students continue the legacy of The Blue Crew.”
Cutrer: All Star Student Joe West
Staff Writer Many of you know Cameron Cutrer as the quarterback on the football field or an outfielder on the baseball team. However, he is also a star student and is able to find great balance between academic and athletic success. “You have to study hard, work hard, and not fall behind in the classroom,” Cutrer said. “You also have to be disciplined.” Cameron is also the son of the well known Tiger Coach Richey Cutrer, who is known for his intensity on the football and baseball fields. “He’s a coach on the field and a dad at home,” Cutrer said. “He’s a little calmer at home than people think.” The Cutrers are known for their love of the game of football, and this is by far their favorite time of the year. Cameron
hopes to lead the Tigers into the history books this season. “My goal is a district championship, and then eventually to win state,” Cutrer said. “I want to know at the end of the season we gave it all we had, worked our hardest, and had no regrets.” Corsicana is currently tied for 3rd place in the 4A Area. Ranked ahead are the likes of Lancaster and Mesquite Poteet. “I don’t think the rankings are that accurate,” Cameron said. “Any team can beat any team on any given night, whatever team shows up to play will most likely win the game, it doesn’t matter what their ranking is.” Cutrer looks back to last year’s phenomenal season as a road marker for his goals this season.
Volleyball Is Playoff Bound Joe West Staff Writer Volleyball season is in high gear as the Tigers look to capture their first playoff spot in over a decade. The team is in a growing stage, but if you’ve seen them play at all this season, you know that they are getting better and better with every game. They also look forward to the road ahead and are prepared to do what it takes to claim their spot on the playoff bracket. Head volleyball coach Amber Feist has a few goals she hopes to achieve as the season comes to a close. “We want to capture 4 th place, finish strong, and then go to the playoffs,” Feist said. The Tigers are stuck right in the middle of one of the toughest districts in the state and are enjoying the high level of play when they meet up with teams like Waxahachie, Red Oak, and Mesquite Poteet. “Waxahachie, Red Oak, and Poteet are the higher level teams we want to play,” Feist said. “It makes us better.” With teams like that in our
district, the Tiger’s know that they have to fight hard to capture the 4th place spot. “We have to play the best that we can, learn from our past losses, and win the rest of our games against teams like Ennis and Forney,” junior Katie Cook said. Youth is one thing the team does not lack. With 3 freshmen and a few sophomores that can all turn heads, playoffs seem all the more reasonable in the next few years. “Demi Dotson, Cecelia Lopez, and Jennifer Garcia, all three freshmen, are upcoming stars,” Feist said. However, you can not forget the experience and leadership of some of the senior and junior athletes. Senior Ashley Sennett and juniors Katie Cook and Annie Starling have been named team captains for a reason. “They’re the most consistent players and they show great leadership,” Feist said. “They never come off the floor.”
Friday Night Twirlers Casey Harrison Staff Writer What is Color Guard? You might find yourself asking this question during the half time of any Friday night CHS football game. “It adds a visual element to the music the band plays using flags or rifles,” junior Color Guard Captain Sarah Kasprzyk said. When Sarah Kasprzyk was first introduced to Color Guard, she joined not knowing what type of role she would be contributing to the team. “I joined because it looked fun, and I thought it would be cool,” Sarah said. As captain, Kasprzyk has learned that along with the fun of being a leader, there also comes a lot of responsibility. “At first I was stressed,” Kasprzyk said. “I want to do my job right, and now I am more confident.” Kasprzyk, having a group of 6 girls including 3 freshmen, knows she must have the right attitude when it comes to leading the practices and performances throughout the year. “There are conflicts with some of the younger girls playing
other sports, but when they all attend the practices, they do very well,” Sarah said. Kasprzyk has set goals for the team to achieve over the next school year, including doing well at the pre- UIL competition held in Maybank, October 9th, , where the Color Guard will be judged on technique and expression in their routine. Another goal is one we all have set for ourselves at some point in our lives and that is to just do better. “You can always do better,” Sarah said. “We want to be better than we have been in the past.” With all of their hard work, they have become better through practices. “We are a lot more put together,” Kasprzyk said. “ There is more unity within the team.” With no doubt, Sarah has had a major impact on the unity and work ethic of the team, which is evident in their half-time performance. “I am proud of them,” Sarah said “They are like a second family to me.”
Peer Coaching: The 411 Katelyn Moody Junior Co-Editor
Trixie And Tito Take Over Abby Starling
The 2010-2011 school year is all about better things, new changes and awesome additions to better our school and student body spirit. One of the best changes to our school is the new varsity Tiger mascots, Haylie Barber and Clint Copeland. Their energetic and school spirited attitude drives them to be the best mascots CHS has seen in a long time. “I want my name to be known and recognized,” Copeland said. “Not for just being the mascot, Titto the Tiger, but for being one of the best mascots in Corsicana High School’s history.” There are a lot of fun aspects about being the mascot, but Barber just loves entertaining and making people laugh. “My favorite part about being the mascot is being able to see how it just puts a smile on people’s faces to see a dancing tiger,” Barber said. Copeland also enjoys entertaining and pumping up the crowd. “I love the fact that whatever I do in my character as Titto the Tiger,” Copeland said, “it automatically makes whatever I am doing 20 times more awesome!” It is not easy being a mascot, but Barber and Copeland let us in on a few qualities they
think anyone will need to be a great mascot. “You have to be mature! There is a time to play around and a time to be serious. You also have to think on your toes. You have to think of stuff right off the top of your head and you have to be able to improvise,” Copeland said. “Good balance is also important. You don’t want to fall in front of everybody! Can you say embarrassing?” “I think you would have to be willing to get out and have a great time,” Barber added. “You also have to be able to laugh at yourself.” Pep rallies and Friday night football games are always fun and exciting, but Barber and Copeland plan to bring something new and different to further enhance the experience of these festivities for Tiger fans. “We plan on making the whole game experience more fun, and we are going to include the student body more this time around,” Barber said. Copeland makes it clear that there will never be a time where you are disappointed. “Whatever we do definitely depends on the occasion or who we are playing that week,” Copeland said. “Let me put it this way, you definitely won’t be disappointed!”
Corsicana High School began a program in 2006 to help students who had disabilities, struggled in class, or just needed help with concentration. This program is not run by principals or taught by teachers. Students just like yourselves, make up this program known as peer coaching. Peer coach trainer and special education teacher Rhonda Dulworth explains what peer coaching means to her. “It’s bridging the gap between general education students and special education students,” Dulworth said. Dulworth has always been involved with special education and decided to train other students who wanted to be peer coaches. “Students willing to help others are good role models for other students,” Dulworth said. “They make good peer coaches.” Senior Vianey Huerta explains the role of a peer coach in the class room. “I try to help them with things teachers really couldn’t,”
Huerta said. “You must be very patient and understanding.” Students who have peer coaches realize the importance of the coach. Sophomore Jasime Weaver explains why she appreciates her previous peer coach. “Last year, I had Steven Starkey,” Weaver said. “He helped me a lot with my school work.” Peer coaches can sometimes relate more to the students than teachers can, just because they are teenagers working with other teenagers. Students also rely on their peer coaches to help them with anything they need, whether it is school work or just daily guidance. If you are interested in becoming a peer coach to help your fellow classmates, contact Rhonda Dulworth in G hall. Also if you take any Navarro College dual credit classes, you are required to participate in peer coaching. Try peer coaching and make CHS a better place.
Mrs. Huffman What was your most embarrassing moment? A. I was 9 months pregnant and went to sit down and my chair slowly turned over because it got caught on a rug. I slowly fell down with it. I turned so red as my whole class pointed it out. B. When I was in 8th grade I fouled a girl on the court. When the ref called it, my father stood up and yelled at him until he was asked to leave. C. My freshman year in high school I scratched my cornea (eye) real bad. I had to come to school wearing an eye patch. It was pretty embarrassing due to the fact that I also participated in athletics. It was pretty difficult to see the ball. D. Probably in high school when I forgot the words in a speech I had to give. It took a year before my classmates let me forget about that. Peer pressure shouldn’t be so powerful. Who was the craziest teacher you’ve ever had, and why were they crazy? A. My high school band director, Doc. Simmons. She would get mad, yell at us in Portuguese, and throw her baton at us. B. I had a math teacher who played dominoes with us every day and we’d all pretend to be working if the principal walked in. Thought it was cool then but now I’m horrible at math so… C. My 7th grade English teacher, Mrs. Gray. She used to jump in front of the class and make cat noises. She also would clean herself like a cat. It was a little outrageous for me, considering it was my first year in Corsicana. D.I had a freshman English teacher in college, he loved talking about his many cats at home. He also loved feeding his cattle as he said,
out of the trunk of his town car. What we saw as crazy really made us want to hear more. It would keep us listening. What was the most outrageous explanation you’ve given or been given to avoid going on a date? A. Point blank…I’m not interested. B. I told a guy I was going into the witness protection program C. There was once a girl in college who I could tell was really into me. I felt bad but I didn’t have the same feelings. I kept always lying to her to avoid dates. I think the worst one was the one about going to my grandmas birthday. D. I don’t know about outrageous, but I was married my senior year of college. I had to tell a very nice young lady “I better not, my wife wouldn’t like that.” What did you want to be when you were 12 years old? A.Believe it or not, a teacher..I loved to play teacher and bring home worksheets to play teacher with other kids B. A cop C. I always wanted to be either a professional athlete or a doctor. D. I wanted to be a policeman or a fireman at that age. Do you have any phobias? If so, what? A. I am scared of the dark. Sometimes, I still tuck my feet and head under the covers and turn the hall light on. B. Snakes. I have nightmares if I even see one on tv. C. Yes, Claustrophobia- scared of closed spaces and acrophobiascared of heights. D. I don’t know about a sure enough phobia, but I hate poisonous snakes and spiders. I was biten by a spider last year. The doctor thought it might be a brown recluse bite. Needless to
Mr. Dodds say, I got a major infection in my arm and almost hospitalized. What was your first car? A.1984 Ford Thunderbird- it neaded a lot of work. My dad cleaned out the gas tank. I went to school and on the way home, I ran out of gas! The rust and sediment were what kept the gas in the tank!! B. A ’12 Plymouth that was covered in rust. The windows wouldn’t roll down and the heater wouldn’t turn off. C. A white 96 GMC Z-71 Extended Cab. We called it “White lightning.” D. A ‘67 Chevy pickup with a wooden bed. If you were given the chance to travel to the past or future when and where would you go? A.I would like to go back to the time of Queen Elizabeth in England. She has such a fascinating story. B. I’d go back to when my son was little so we could play football and baseball and go hunting together again. C. Definitely go to the past. I think it would be funny to see my parents when they were younger. I also would love to have met my grandfather. D. I think it would be neat to go back to my 4 th birthday with knowledge I have now. I sure would listen to my parents better. I sure would make much better decisions and who knows the outcome?! What is your favorite midnight snack? A. Lindor’s truffles…yum! B. I never eat midnight snacks. C. Chocolate chip cookies D. It would have to be cold left over pizza. You know, healthy stuff. Lol.
What superpower would you like to have and why? A.Super metabolism…so I could eat whatever I wanted and not gain weight. B. Flight- I love heights C. The ability to travel in time. D. I would say to fly like Superman, sure would be neat to fly and think about all the fuel money you would save. If you could trade places with any other person for a week, famous or not, living or dead, real or fictional, who would it be? A.Oprah Winfrey. She has met and interviewed so many famous and interesting people. Plus, she has a bank ;-) lol B. I wouldn’t change places because I’d be afraid I’d miss something wonderful right here C. Brett Farre D. I would like to trade places with Kimi Muldner for a week, to teach some of those hard working students she has. But, my main goal is to get hold of some of those recipes she has. If you have ever eaten her cheese enchiladas, you would understand. Oh yeah, I almost forgot breakfast burritossome of her students know what I’m talking about.
Everyone Has High School Memories Katelyn Moody Junior Co-Editor We all go through it. It’s something we have in common. These four unforgettable years. That love-hate relationship we have with it all, and all the lasting memories that can never fade away. We call it high school. From the intimidating first day of freshman year, to that long awaited senior graduation. What is it that makes high school such a big part in life? It’s only a small percentage in a person’s life span, but yet the time most people remember perfectly. Is it all the hard work put into making good grades in preparation for college? Is it the Friday night football games sitting with all your friends watching the guys play on the field? Or maybe it is sitting in the back of the class giggling about inside jokes you have with your best friend. Every day we enter this school, and we should know that we put ourselves through stress, pain, hate, love, sadness, and many other life effecting emotions. The good thing about it is that we see our friends every day to help us make it through. Friends are the people that you can always count on to help you survive the treacherous journey through high school. When we come out of class mad because the teacher gave us an unwanted grade, our best friend is standing at our locker waiting to take in our complaints. When you trip and fall down the stairs, your friends are there to pick you up and help you laugh it off. When you come back to school not happy about how the weekend went, your friends are there in first period to help you forget about it.
T’Rayus Johnson Every teenager needs someone there to lean on during high school. It is a huge building full of 1,500 hormone crazy teens, and it is a necessity to have our friends there to calm our wild emotions. Some of us are lucky enough to find someone that is more than a friend. You know those couples that hang around in the corners of the hallway, holding hands and snickering at their cheesy jokes. Everyone knows when we come back for our 10 year reunion, the same couple will come back married, with 5 kids, and just as crazy for each other. Then there are some of us who aren’t so lucky and go through miserable stages of teenage drama. Whether it is guy or girl troubles, they all just seem to ruin the rest of our week. If high school teens could receive a penny for each fight, tassel, or lover’s quarrel, it would be a trillion dollar industry. Hopefully though, you learn useful life lessons in high school to prepare you for the real world. We all should realize that it is no big deal. Teenagers around the world can relate to everything we go through. Even though it is difficult to see past the hard times you go through, life does go on past the high school years. We all walk away knowing that reality is the next big thing to hit us. But as we go onto college, get married, start a family and see our children start their first day of their freshman year, hopefully we can look back smiling knowing that we lived our high school years to the fullest. Long live high school memories!
Staff Writer Most seniors remember reading “The Scarlett Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne. It is the tragic story about a woman shunned by her village because she has a child out of wedlock and is forced to wear a large “A” on her chest for committing adultery. This book may be difficult to get through because of its heavy descriptions of people and events and the Victorian-style dialogue, but it may be beneficial to take a second look. Colleges may require you to analyze it in a couple of years, and it would be good to have a head start. Here are some opinions from readers at different points in the story. “I like the story line, and the symbolism of sin and the
devil, but all the details get a little boring to read,” junior Drew Phinney said. Senior Ryan Malone calls it “A good allegory to the Victorian era.” “The book calls for a lot of concentration,” junior Katelyn Moody said. “It takes a lot to really stay engaged in the book.” Junior English teacher Mrs. Otten said, “The book helps to learn about Puritan ideas and religion, and that helps with learning American history. It also helps with learning about how descriptions can develop a theme. The most important theme in it is intolerance. The bad part about it is that it is a hard book to read. Hawthorne’s style of language is difficult to follow.”
The student that was chosen for the October issue of The Student Showcase is Carly Haynie. Her creative acrylic painting of an eye, named “Iris”, features a large blue eye that is very detailed and whimsical.
Q&A What was the assignment for making this painting? “Patterns and nature.”
How would you describe this piece and your own personal style of art? “My art is like pop art, it is really big and colorful. I would describe this as just a big eye.” What was your inspiration for it? “A picture off of the internet. I wondered what eyes really looked like and so I was looking pictures of them up and decided to draw one. This isn’t how I normally get inspired though; stuff usually just comes to mind.” When did you make it? “Last year in Art 2. I am in Art 3 now; it’s more of an independent study class.” Who are your favorite artists? “Andy Warhol is my favorite period. I really like Roy Lichtenstein too.” Is art a big hobby for you? “I draw all the time. Art is a really big hobby of mine, all of my papers have doodles on them.”
There are many people that choose to express themselves through music and sound. Think of all the singers and musicians that you like and the messages they have. When Iron to Ashes, a metal band that started here in town, has something to say, they say it loud and clear. But don’t be mistaken, senior and Iron to Ashes bass player Jonathan Jones, stresses the band’s good message and purpose. “Our band wants to spread open-mindedness and the common sense of good nature,” Jones said. The band’s name comes from observing American society and is a commentary on what happens when people do not truly pay attention to their surroundings. “The American dream seemed so solid and flawless that it has led us to chaos and ashes,” Jones explains. The band started in 2008, and like most bands, has gone through band member changes, name changes, etc. Altogether the
band has played over thirty shows. Their first show was here in town at The Core. “Playing at the Ridglea in Ft. Worth was my favorite show because it is a huge venue that many famous bands have played in,” Jones said. “My favorite part about being in a band is being on stage in front of people.” Jones describes a typical day of preparing for show. “We hang out the night before, then we wake up early to load equipment into our trailer. Finally, we leave early to do a sound check before the show starts,” Jones said. “We pump ourselves up before the show starts to help shake the nerves.” The band has several shows coming up including one in November sponsored by Animal Planet, to bring attention to animal rights, and it will be one of their biggest shows ever. To Jones, being on stage Iron To Ashes playing some songs. is amazing, and after a show he is proud that he is able to do “It’s a great feeling to be appreciated by other musicians,” something he loves and that Jones said, “especially when they tell us how much they liked the makes people happy. show afterwards.”
Neal EwingBoys Tennis Captain
Gabby PizanaCalico Captain
How does it feel to be a leader in your sport or organization? It’s an amazing feeling. It is something that I have worked towards since I began playing tennis as a freshman on varsity.
How does it feel to be a leader in your sport or organization? It is an enormous honor to be the captain for the Calico Dance Team because I am around a great group of girls, and I am the first Hispanic captain.
What are the responsibilities that come with being a leader? I have to make sure the team stays focused on the year and work towards winning another district championship against Ennis.
What are the responsibilities that come with being a leader? Being patient and positive are very important things to live by while being a leader. You also have to be able to set down rules and be ethical.
What do you hope to accomplish within your team this year? Things like making sure our team beats Ennis for the district title. I hope to be unbeaten in district play in both singles and doubles.
What do you hope to accomplish within your team this year? I hope that everyone has fun and that we win lots of awards this year at competition. It’s a GREAT feeling!
Who/what motivates you to accomplish your goals? Mostly, I really hate losing. Past teammates and coaches have inspired me; Coach Jason White, Cesar, Nick, Cho and Andrew. What kind of lasting impression do you want to leave on your younger teammates? I want to show them good work ethics- little things like not throwing your racket after losing a key point, and getting them to work hard, because they are the future of this team and it’s up to us seniors to make sure the tradition continues here in Corsicana.
Presley PlattVarsity Cheerleading Captain
Who/what motivates you to accomplish your goals? I would be nothing without my family, friends, Mrs. Guinn and especially Miss Watkins. They have always believed in me. What kind of lasting impression do you want to leave on your younger teammates? I want them to see me as a great leader who truly cared about each and every one of them. I hope that they approach everything they do with a “no one can get in my way” type of attitude.
Mandy CoppockDrum Major
How does it feel to be a leader in your sport or organization? It feels absolutely amazing! I love knowing that my team looks up to me to always do what’s right and in doing so hopefully I can leave a lasting impression on my younger teammates and the program in general.
How does it feel to be a leader in your sport or organization? It’s a great experience to guide this band through every obstacle. This year, especially since our band is brand new again. Our motto is “Progress” and the band has done just that.
What are the responsibilities that come with being a leader? It’s most important to hold yourself accountable for everything and treat others the way you would want to be treated, while still being the one to make the right decisions even if it’s not always the most popular decision.
What are the responsibilities that come with being a leader? As a drum major my responsibilities are to lead this band. It’s kinda like “monkey see, monkey do.” If I’m confused, the band is confused. If I’m positive, the band is positive. So obviously it takes a lot of participation in order for this band to stay on their feet.
What do you hope to accomplish within your team this year? I hope to help the program grow, and be positive role model for the school. I also hope to not only win nationals again, but also win high point champion in our whole division. Who/what motivates you to accomplish your goals? God, my family, and of course, G and ET. Gwen and Mrs. Talley push us while still making it fun and entertaining. What kind of lasting impression do you want to leave on your younger teammates? I want them to remember that they are only as good as the effort they put in and the attitude they bring with it. The skills you learn from cheerleading won’ t last forever, but the attitude you learn to bring in times of frustration will last a lifetime.
Ashley SennettVarsity Volleyball Captain How does it feel to be a leader in your sport or organization? It’s an AMAZING feeling!! Knowing you have the ability to make a difference and leave a lasting mark will motivate you to go above and beyond what is expected. What are the responsibilities that come with being a leader? Since everyone is always looking up to you, great energy and confidence are must haves, and keeping everyone focused. What do you hope to accomplish within your team this year? Our destination= PLAYOFFS! I am here to make sure everyone’s eyes stay focused on the prize. Who/what motivates you to accomplish your goals? I would have to say God, followed by my parents and one person I love to death, Coach Feist! Also, the fact that this is my last year to make big things happen! What kind of lasting impression do you want to leave on your younger teammates? My wonderful children must always remember to GO BIG OR GO HOME and that they never have to settle for anything. It’s your life, so make the most of it!
What do you hope to accomplish within your team this year? Motivation is something I would like to accomplish with this band. I know they can do it and so far they have been doing a fantastic job this year. Keep it up after I leave band! I have lots of faith in you guys! Who/what motivates you to accomplish your goals? My sister motivates me greatly. She has been through a lot in the last few years, but that doesn’t stop her from getting to her goal. I hope to accomplish my goals just like her. What kind of lasting impression do you want to leave on your younger teammates? Positivity and having fun is a lasting impression I would like to leave on this band. Where’s the spirit when everyone’s upset?!
Mekail FaquirSenior Football Player How does it feel toFootball be a leader in your Mekail FaquirSenior Captain
sport or organization? There’s nothing better than encouraging your teammates to do better. Being a leader also makes me want to do better myself. What are the responsibilities that come with being a leader? To be a leader, you have to stay focused on the goals and make sure you’re doing right especially for the younger ones because everyone is always watching what you do, What do you hope to accomplish within your team this year? I want to create a better bond, make the team stronger, come together as one family and just do the right things. Who/what motivates you to accomplish your goals? My father in heaven and my mother who tells me “Never give up without trying.” What kind of lasting impression do you want to leave on your younger teammates? I want them to have the will and determination to keep fighting no matter what the outcome is and keep their heads up high.
Senior Co-Editor Abby Starling Casey Harrison Staff Writer
Tâ€™Rayus Johnson Staff Writer
Senior Co-Editor Presley Platt Joe West Staff Writer
Junior Co-Editor Katelyn Moody
Antionette Newsome Staff Writer
October Issue of the JBJ Corsicana HS Newspaper