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We Believe.


We Will Succeed.

The student newspaper of Linganore High School

Special Event Issue

12013 Old Annapolis Rd. Frederick, MD 21701

October 2014

New Market parade kicks off Homecoming

Olivia Goldstein Editor

The Homecoming parade kicked off Homecoming week 2014 on Saturday, October 18. The marching band, cheerleaders, poms, and other clubs walked through the streets of downtown New Market to get the crowd pumped for the upcoming week of homecoming events. The Class of 2017, “Children of the Corn” won the float contest. The FFA came in second place.

ROTC presents the colors at the parade. photo by Paula Larson.

Cheerleaders get ready to pump up the crowd. photo by Paula Larson

Color guard marches in the parade. photo by Paula Larson

Class of 2017 represented the “Children of the Corn.” Their float won the parade competition.

Class of 2018 wins Banners represent the Hill-painting contest homecoming spirit

The award-winning design is pictured above.

In third place: Class of 2018, second: Class of 2017, third: class of 2015. photos by staff

WellTeam Pajama Maryland dressed Day Day Day

Seniors Tessa Lyons, Evan Rowan, and juinor Michella Galdamez in bunny onesies.

Seniors Jake Tarte and Vinny D’Amore sport their Maryland pride.

Jennifer Radil-Harris celebrates with a wishing well costume.

Red black Class and bow color day day

Senior Dillon Mitcham and junior Weston Barrett represent their respective grades.

See more photos of the spirit day outfits at

Senior Shyla Herndon shows off a dress decorated with 2,015 bows.

Volume 52, Issue 2


October 2014

Lunchtime ‘One Tribe’ themed spirit point pep rally competitions Julia Peigh Reporter

JV cheerleaders perform a routine at the Sophomore Tara Jordan and senior Isabella pep rally. photo by Julia Peigh. Marcellino fight for the last musical ball.

Madeline Sheehy Reporter

The lunch time competitions kicked off on Tuesday, October 21 with the tissue box challenge. In every lunch shift, a student from each class had to attempt to empty a box of tissues using only his/her mouth. The winners in each lunch shift received spirit points that contributed to the Spirit Stick overall competition.

While the senior class may have won the spirit stick at Friday’s pep rally, this year’s Homecoming week focused on overall school spirit, with the theme being ‘One Tribe.’

Seniors Brianna Carter, Alexis Orahoske, The pom and dance team dancer a routine and Amy Huff showed their Lancer pride choreographed for homecoming. at the pep rally ahead of the Homecoming

See the full photo gallery at

Amanda Anderson Reporter

Wednesday’s lunchtime competition involved shooting rubber bands to knock down a tower of empty soda cans. In second lunch shift, senior Casey Alvarado won the spirit points for the class of 2015.

Erin Stewart Reporter During the third day of lunch competitions, a member of each class put Vaseline on their nose and moved 50 cotton balls from his plate to a bin. In second lunch shift, Michelle Weddle represented the senior class, junior prince Tyler Fleagle represented the junior class, Grace Hewitson represented the sophomore class, and freshman prince Jacob Garwood represented the 9th grade. The competition was very intense to watch. This round, Juniors won first place, freshmen won second place, and sophomores won third place.

Dillon and Dolan win Homecoming king and queen

Magena Straight Reporter Over 700 students attended the Homecoming dance on Saturday,October 25, the final event in the long Homecoming week. The homecoming court includes: (L to R Bottom Row) Senior princess Bailey Tregoing, Senior prince Kyle Johnson, Queen Dee Dee Dolan, King Dillon Mitcham, Junior princess Brooke Hayden, Junior prince Tyler Fleagle. (L to R Upper Row) Freshman prince Jacob Garwood, Freshman princess Erin Warholic, Sophomore princess Bree Cacioppo, Sophomore prince Jac Medve. For more homecoming photos and information, visit:

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