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SKILLS Graphic Design - Adobe CS6 Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustator Leadership Teamwork Communication Conflict Resolution Positivity CPR certiďŹ ed
CONTACT (850) 218-9847 email@example.com
A C H I E V E M E N T S
Chick Fil-A Connections Team
Oviedian Yearbook Editor in Chief
Little Lions Preschool Student Teacher
Placed Top 3 in the state for yearbook theme design package at FSPA convention. Promoted to Kidâ€™s Church evening coordinator.
Greet customers, take customer orders, operate the drive-thru window, and complete transactions on the cash register. Follow all safety polices an health regulations.
Directed teams and created spreads, modules, folios and headlines. Communicated with parents, teachers, and other students for interview prep. Support sales and advertising/marketing, Used Photoshop and other CS6 programs to create spreads. Set and met deadlines for publication. Taught staff and wrote copy and interviews.
Produce weekly lesson plans sutable for children. Maintain cleanliness standard of classroom, schedule parent-teacher meetings, write note of observations of each student and execute lessons plans in effective manners.
VOLUNTEER REFERENCES Alicia Pope Advisor (407)320-4202
Vital Church 281 N Division St. Oviedo Fl Student Leader
Maintain a clean, friendly environment in the Church. plan large events. Work at outreach events, friendly talk to people. Coordinate Sunday night childrens services.
Oviedo High School Honors Graduate - 4.16 GPA Concentration in communications and Early Childhood
PERSONAL ESSAY Being on the Oviedian yearbook staff for four years has taught me many skills. Because of my transition to Editor I have become more comfortable with the rules of design, and more Informed on how to work CS6 InDesign and Photoshop, this position has also taught me how to delegate, pre-plan and guide staff members to ensure the submission of pages on deadline. Yearbook has also helped build up my social, and communication skills and has reﬁned my writing ability. Writing interviews and running them is an important ability to have, especially if you choose journalism or reporting as a career. Thoughout the year this became second nature to me. When given a topic or a picture, I was able write questions that would supply me with needed information. After writing the interview I had to locate the student on campus, then interview them. Instead of just handing them a piece of paper with the questions on it, I had a conversation with them. I would ask them to expand upon there answer and dig for their story. It wasn’t just about getting what I needed but about ﬁnding something interesting and learning there perspective. Turning pages in on deadline can be stressful especially when you’re not just incharge of your own work but the entire staffs as well. It is something that required an intense amount of preplanning. Before each dealine I met with the other editors and we mapped out what we needed from each section to meet the page requirements. Then we assigned mini dealines for each individual spread. This year I had the opportunity to hold the possition of Editor of the book, however this does not come without its fair share of responsibilities. Before the school year started i began planning out the theme of the book and even attended a week long summer conference to reﬁne that theme. Then, along with the other editors, I picked fonts, swatches, and created a style sheet that would be used throughout the book to ensure consistency. Then we organized the structure of the book and created a latter. As well as setting the foundation of the book, I worked to design division pages and write copy, communicated with each section and assisted them with design. I spent exess time in the classroom revising spreads, making corrections, planning deadlines, and mailing to the plant. Once proofs arrived I completed and monitored corrections. I created word documents and rubrics that I used for the grading process of each spread. This was a checklist for myself as well as a to do list for each section. Finally I used social media to promote sales and deliver important information.
WORK REFLECTION Out of all the pages, stories, and modules I ﬁnished this year, I am most proud of my divison pages and copy. Each one required and exessive amount of pre-planning. Division copy is very different from regular spread copy. Through each one, I had to make sure to cary the entire Theme throughout the book, however I had to do this in a way that was not boring to the reader. I spend many days working with Aleena brainstorming how we wanted the tone of the copy to feel. We eventually agreed that the best way to explain how to ﬁnd your happy at Oviedo, was to just talk about the schenarios that made each individual happy. We usued imagry so that the reader could really picture themselves in each scenario. Each page had multiple failed attempts at writing. Many times I would sketch my thoughts on paper, and hate them. There were times where I felt discouraged, however those failures are ther reason while the ﬁnal product is so rewarding.
STAFF Being on yearbook staff isn’t as easy as it looks; there are many challenges that come along with it. While I was on staff I faced many difﬁculties; sometimes it was hard to get pictures or design, and other times students wouldn’t supply enough information in their interviews to write copy and captions. My biggest challenge however, was making sure the deadline was met by all staff members. In previous years I was only responsible for my own work, or the work of three people. However this year I was responsible for making sure all pages for the deadline were completed and ready to be turned in on time. This was a challenge because not all staff members are as deadline driven as myself. Many times there would be spreads due to mail that were not completed. In these moments I had to step in to ensure the page would meet the deadline. If it was not ﬁnished it was my job to do whatever it took to ﬁnish it. I had to constantly talk to students to get pictures. Then once students wouldn’t send them in I would have to ﬁnd new subjects for my spread. When I had design block, I would look in magazines to ﬁnd insperation. Finally when I wouldn’t get a good interview that had ellaborate answers, I would have to go and reinterview the student. I’m glad I faced these issues because they are what helped me grow in my design skills and people skills. I’m thankful for my fellow staff members who helped me overcome these issues. From these challenges I learned that things don’t always end up the way you want them to. You’re going to have to change and redo some things before you get it right. I also discovered that I am a better problem solver when I have good friends by my side to help me and encourage me; but I know I can still do it on my own. Yearbook is stressful however, which is why you need an entire staff. Without my co-editors I would not have been able to ﬁnish this book. The most important thing I’ve learned from staff is how to help other, and how to ask for help. Working with others to brainstorm ideas and edit pages will always result in a better outcome. I’ve had to learn how to accept criticism, and it has helped shape me and reﬁne my design ability. To future staff members who come accross the same challenges that I faced I would say, never give up. At times it might be stressful and you might feel like you aren’t good enough, but take it from me when I tell you, You can do this! Always keep up with your work and don’t be afraid to talk to, trust me its not that bad once you do it. Lastly, don’t be afraid of your Editors. I know at times they may look intimidating but trust me, they are here to help you!
MEMORIES Something special about yearbook is the friendships that are built. At the begining of the year you could barely talk to someone, but after spending everyday with them and stressing over the book with them youâ€™re best friends. Everday I walked to class with Aleena. We talked about design and bounced ideas off of each other. Those walkes were particularly memorbable because of the many laughs we shared; also the number of rants we had were pretty high. We also had the opportunity to attend many workshops together. Some a week long, and others lasted the weekend. While a the hotels and conferences we got to learn each others personalities. It was in these moments that relationships were built. When we stayed up till 2am ďŹ nishing the our design assignments, or went downtown to enjoy a team dinner to celebrate our accomplishments. As a staff we laugh, cry, succed, and fail together. We are a team, we are a family, we are the Oviedian.
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Itâ€™s when the strobe lights pulse around you in the center of the homecoming mosh pit, and you lose control to the beat of DJ Crazy Ace.
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HIGH RIDINâ€™ At Grand Oaks Resort in Weirsdale, Florida, Haley Brossia, 10, competes in the 3â€™ Jumpers on her lease horse named Lord.
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FREE FALLINâ€™ For his 18th birthday, senior Parker Davidson plummets to the earth while skydiving.
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Itâ€™s when you piece together a costume based on your favorite anime character and wear it to MegaCon, or you arrive at the Star Wars movie premier dressed as Luke Skywalker. Itâ€™s racing back from senior lunch at Chipotle to beat the tardy bell. You canâ€™t be late to Mr. Soosâ€™ class one more time. Itâ€™s when you push past all fear and launch yourself into the air while snowboarding over winter break in North Carolina, or when you scream at the top of your lungs on the dark backwards loop of Everest at Animal Kingdom. Itâ€™s jumping on the tables in the Commons as the familiar beat of the drum line echoes with â€œhands up high, feet down low, thatâ€™s the way we gigolo.â€? Itâ€™s living for the
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ground completing an â€˜Ollieâ€™. â€œSkate boarding gives my boys and me time to hang out and frees my mind of all the stress,â€? said Bruce.
JOURNEY TO SPACE At Disneyâ€™s Magic Kingdom, Cat Agostini, 12, and her boyfriend Tyler Lemmen race through the dark down Space Mountain roller coaster.
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Itâ€™s stapling the star on Mrs. Kellyâ€™s board after acing your derivative test, and passing that vocabulary quiz in Mrs. Vitalisâ€™ Italian class that you know you barely studied for. Itâ€™s peeling open that white envelope from your top choice college to see the word â€œAcceptedâ€? printed on the top page. Itâ€™s the thrill of holding your Drivers License for the Í¤UVWWLPHRUFKHFNLQJ\RXU%DQNEDODQFHDIWHU\RXU Í¤UVWSD\FKHFNLVGHSRVLWHG Itâ€™s when everyone loves the macaroni casserole you made for the Thanksgiving feast in Culinary. Itâ€™s grabbing the Lionâ€™s Tale newspaper to see your story published on the front page.
GET ROW-DY Audree Row, 9, cheers for the freshman class to try and earn the spirit stick.
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March 2nd, Seriya Rymer, 11, is awarded Student of the Week from Mr. Trybus.â€?I was nominated because I always try to go above and beyond on the assignments. This made me proud because I strive to give my best in each and every one of my classes.
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NO FEAR Senior Samantha Outen presents her senior project â€œLearning About Hair Coloring.â€? â€œMy favorite moment was getting to see the end result of the hair,â€? said Outen.
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Itâ€™s when you traveled to Murano, Italy and stood mesmerized as red-hot glass was sculpted by glass blowers. It was spiraling through the air as you rode the â€˜Tilt-A-Whirlâ€™ at the Spring Carnival, and your taste buds lighting up DIWHU\RXWRRNWKHÍ¤UVWELWHRI\RXUVXJDU covered funnel cake. It was proudly accepting your trophy for â€œMost Likely to Become Presidentâ€? from Coach Howell at the Lundyâ€™s. It was the sleepless nights getting ready for the screaming pep rallies, Rock of Ages musical, and yearbook distribution . <RXMXPSHGIHHWÍ¤UVWLQWRWKHXQNQRZQ You met so many people, you made so many memories. If you looked, you found your happy. Every page of it. Copy by: Aleena Voorhees and Brittany Watley Design by: Aleena Voorhees
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LITTLE MERMAID On the last
day of Spring Break, Lucy Gill, 10, is photobombed by a crashing wave in West Palm Beach.
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NEW YORK NEW YORK Senior Grace Nitti spent time in Chelsea, NY with her brother Luke. â€œThe most memorable part was the skyline, it was really cool to see the contrast between the nature of Chelsea and the cityscape of Manhattan,â€? said Nitti.
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YOU BETTER BELIZE IT Fiona Femminineo, 12, poses in front of a Mayan temple in Belize. ELEVATED At an elevation of 2920 ft Hailey Andrews, 12, smiles for a picture in front of a sign at Walnut Cove in North Carolina.
Photo courtesy of: Grace Nitti
CASTLE QUEEN Basking in the
scenery of Puerto Rico, junior Yesenia Castaneda visits the beaches of San Juan. â€œThere is so much culture. Everyone from the town hangs out and dances together,â€? said Castanedo.
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Graham, 12, travels to Pompeii, Italy with her family. They visited musuems that featured the victims of Mount Vesuviusâ€™ 79 A.D. volcanic eruption. â€œI was mesmerized how the ash froze the town for thousands of years,â€? Graham said.
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Taylor Clark, 9 swims off the coast of the Bahamas
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Diplomatic travel through Japan
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â€œIn Salzburg, Austria I watched my brother get married,â€? said Christopher Keefer, 12 (right). Photo courtesy of: Martin Rodriguez
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Danny, You did it! You graduated! We are so proud of you in all that you have done! From all of your great theatre shows to creating the yearbook, we couldn’t be happier! I hope that God blesses and guides you through your future. Also, never forget your roots when you become a big famous actor! te amo mucho! Jeremiah 29:11 Love Mom, Dad, Jarryd, and Maddie
We are so proud of the person you have become. Can’t wait to see what your future holds. May all your dreams come true! We love you!
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Josh and Lauren, We are so proud of the loving and compassionate people you have become. Look boldly into the future and be confident and faithful as you walk along life’s path and do great things in this world. We believe in you and know you will achieve anything you desire in life. We are so excited about your next chapter in your life as college students and know that you will cherish every moment. We love you to the moon and back!!
Shoot for the moon, even if you miss, you’ll hang among the stars – We are proud of you and love you very much – Dad, Mom, & Kenzie
On the day you were born our dreams came true. Your humor brightens our days. Your hard work makes us proud. Your limitless future inspires us. Always remember you will be the only person who has the sole custody of your life. Follow your passion and stay true to yourself. The future is yours! We love you and we are so proud of you! Dad, Mom & Taylor
Brett, It seems like only yesterday you were zooming around the house in your Superman cape. You’ve grown into a smart, talented, geeky, and handsome young man. We’re very proud of you. As you continue on the journey of life that God has planned for you, embrace it, and never forget who you belong to. We love you, Dad, Mom, Brittany, Paco, Magoo, Pawpaw, and Aunt Angie
John, You have completed one chapter in your Book of Life. Choose your next chapter wisely and without regret. Love, Mom, Dad, Hannah, Acelyn, and Carson
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In the second act, the lights flash and the cast runs onto the stage. The actors simulate “kids” playing the game of war, unaware of real war.
Riley Houde, 10, starred as Lily, an innocent seven year old. “Lily and I are alike, we are both eager to learn about life and the world,” said Houde.
Fiona, one of Jonas’s closest friends, is played by senior Alyssa Eri. The play shows the obvious affection between Jonas and Fiona, however they don’t understand what love means.
DARK SECRETS HIDE DISTANTPAST Actors reveal conflict in utopia.
Written by: Brittany Watley
Throughout the play the audience follows Jonas, played by junior Danny Sanchez, as he discovers his future and learns about the past. Each choice he makes affects other characters as well as himself.
The Giver, played by Alex Petty, 12, is an old man who keeps memories for the community. He is the only one who has a connection to the past until he shares it with Jonas. “Playing the role was emotionally draining since he suffers in numerous scenes of the play; that energy rubs off on me. However, I also felt dignified and solemn,” said Petty.
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The cast of The Giver took the stage on February 17th and 18th. “When I auditioned for The Giver, I actually only read for Jonas. I was set on portraying a more serious role, because the last time I was in a school production, I’d played Doody in Grease and he was a comedic character. This time, I wanted a challenging role to portray. I ended up cast as Asher. He is the best friend of Jonas, and is also considered kind of a comedic character. I was a bit taken back at first, especially because I didn’t even read for Asher in the audition. However, I realized that it’s not about what role you want most; it’s about what role fits you best. Now I look back on my time as Asher with fondness,” said Cameron Garrow, 10.
Design By: Brittany Watley Photos By: Charlotte Skipper
“I DONT DEFINE MYSELF AS AN ARTIST, I JUST SCULPT BECAUSE IT IS A WAY TO REMOVE STRESS AND CLEAR MY MIND. -Kaitlyn Maldonado, 10
CLAY DAY At Great Day in the Country Kaitlyn Maldonado, 10, won Honorable Mention with her clay sculpture. She took home $20 in prize money.
CHA-CHING (clockwise) “Shattered” by Charlotte Skipper, 12, won the Bob Dallari $500 award at Great Day in the Country. CAPTURE THE MOMENT During her trip to Costa Rica , Taylor Kuperberg, 12, snapped this tropical picture that was entered at Great Day in the country. CLOSE UP This watercolor painting titled “Microscopic Galaxy” was presented at the Arts Alive Fundraiser. Artist Karli Haywood,12, was inspired by a microscopic image of a stone.
PERFECTION TAKES TIME This acrylic artwork painted by Janina Bagherzadeh, 12, won third place at Great Day in the Country.
“Lately there has been a lot of hate towards everyone in general, including, LGBTQ members and religious expressions,”said Sidoni Pfaeffle, 10. “In my personal opinion it comes from ignorance. It’s upsetting, so I decided to make a painting representing ignorance since my art speaks louder than words. I chose to paint an owl because they are usually linked to knowledge. The idea was to give the owl a sense of fleeing or dispersing, to strike at ignorance, or the absence of logic. I used inverse watercolors to create the effect I was hoping for. The process itself was very tedious and required too much patience; this was a challenge because I’m a professional procrastinator. Overall it took approximately three to four hours to complete. If I were to recreate this Arts Alive piece I would try to incorporate writing in the foreground,”said Pfaeffle. Written by: Brittany Watley
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Emily Lightner At the Central Florida Fair, Lightner, 11, visits her pig Speckles before the show in the ring. Lightner has raised pigs for nine years and has won many events, including Grand Champion at the Summer Showdown.
Competitor overcomes challenges with determination.
Fisher Omans Seniors Logan Wright and Fisher Omans weigh in their catch from day one of the Pickwick Bass Fishing competition in Alabama late last June. Their catch weighed 12.27lbs, with the largest fish weighing 5.4lbs. “My partner and I were number one in the state of Florida, and ended 26th out of 179 boats,” said Omans.
Story by Conrad Dawson (in red) At the starting line of the Samsula track, I see the riders around me getting in their zone. Everyone focuses on the race ahead; it’s the calm before the storm. Before I know it the race begins, and I block out all the noise around me. Mud from the track flies in my face and I clear my visor. As I pass the bike next to me, I smell the distinct odor of oil burning. I cut in front of a competitor in the first turn and move into second place. Within five minutes, the bumpy track causes three of four front fork bolts to fall out. Apparently the mechanic, who re-did my suspension the week before, didn’t tighten the bolts completely. Even though I crashed, I picked up my bike and kept going. I fell three more times because the front end was so wobbly, but I refused to give up. Even with all these problems, I still ended up in 5th place.
Ashley Fischer During the power and speed round of Horse Shows in the Park, Fischer, 11, and her horse Smoothie, race against the clock to clear a three foot high vertical. Fischer won Grand Champion and received a check of $30.
Savanna Hodges At the start of June, Hodges, 9, and her horse Sooner, trot in flat class at the two day GOHJA show. At the end of this show, Hodges claimed the title of Reserve Champion.
Written by: Brittany Watley
FACTSFOR: Michael Compton, 09
Tournaments won last year
4 13 TOTAL COMPETITIONS Design By: Brittany Watley Photos Courtesy of: Hodges, Omans, Lightner, Fischer, Compton, Dawson
A FRIENDLY GAME OFHEARTS
Only The Best GIVING BACK For his Eagle
Scout project, Fernando De Aguiar (center), 12, built shelves for the Pathways to Care Organization. “I noticed theirs were broken so I wanted to help out by building them new ones. It was rewarding to see the reaction of the staff members,” said De Aguiar.
200 volunteers celebrate community.
Story by Steven Teseniar, 11
BENCH PRESS Joseph Wales, 12,
constructs water proof benches for the shower rooms of the Pathways to Care homeless shelter. Wales then spent multiple days applying the layers of water proof paint.
“WE DIDN’T EXPECT TO GET THE REACTION WE DID, WE JUST WANTED TO SPREAD THE IDEA THAT THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN OR THE WAY WE LOOK DOESN’T DIVIDE US. -Asiana Battle, 10
Number of years hosting the event
David Seward, 09, and his buddy Emily pose for “Night to Shine” in front of the photobooth.
SING IT OUT Sebastian and Lexi Wheeler, 10,
sing at River of Life church. “I spent the evening of ‘Night To Shine’ working the karaoke station. I had a smile on my face the entire night. It was rewarding to see everyone having such an incredible time,” said Wheeler.
BE POSITIVE In the upstairs bathroom of building eight, Asiana Battle, 10, Bryn Garick, 10, Rachel Nasby, 09, and Cassidy Gillis, 10, counteracted negative graffiti by covering the walls with messages on stickynotes.
Design By: Brittany Watley Photos Courtesy of: Battle, River of Life Church, De Aguiar, Schutt, and Wales
TAKE THE PLEDGE After completing their service projects, De Aguiar, Shutt, and Wales attend the Eagle Scout Court of Honor on November 13th.
FUN AND GAMES In the game room at the dance, (clockwise) Steven Teseniar, 11, and friends Austin, Melody, and Kylie play the game Sorry, while they wait for the dance floor to open.
PUPPY LOVE In October, Ben Shutt, 12, created beds as well as food and water bowls for pets at a local shelter. “After I finished the project it was rewarding to see how many people wanted to adopt the pets,” said Shutt.
“On Feburary 10th, my church, River of Life, hosted a prom for kids with disabilities called ‘Night to Shine.’ The event was supported by the Tim Tebow Foundation and 200 volunteers. It was a formal event, so I dressed in black slacks, a dress shirt and a nice tie. I spent the evening with a guest named Melody. We moved all around through the night; taking limo rides, talking with friends, and playing board games. We also enjoyed a catered meal of chicken and vegetables. At the end of the night, all the VIP’s and their buddies made their way to the dance floor for the crowning ceremony. At about 8:30 a video from Tim Tebow addressed the guests and told them how important and loved they are. Afterwards, I crowned Melody as a ‘Queen’ for the night. The smile on her face was one I will never forget. It, by far, was my favorite part of the night. River of Life was one of hundreds of churches around the world who shared the opportunity to bless so many individuals,” said Teseniar. Written by: Brittany Watley
GET ROWDY Seniors Jeffrey Garrett, Joe Wessel, Dylan Droke, Max Holbrook, and Ben Thompson cheer for the football team at the blackout game against Timber Creek. SCREAM AND SHOUT Mr. Trybus walks over to the sophmore section and Pierce Mccorguodale screams in support for the class of 2019.
ROLLER COASTER RIDE At the vollyball
game fans pretend to ride a roller coaster in the crowd to pump up the excitment and cheer on the players. SCREAM IT LOUD Juniors Danielle Cafaro, Kaitlyn Alverez, Alyssa McCune and Tyler Lowman shout in competition with the seniors and other classes to show their superiority.
THE LOUD ROAR OFLIONS
Mascot leads the fans.
SPIRIT STICK Mr. Trybus walks
SING LOUD (above) Seniors shout “OHS” as they
over to each grade level holding the spirit stick and measures their loudness using the decibel meter on his iPad.
sing the Alma Mater at the last pep rally of the year. CHEER ON (left) Freshman Kaitlyn DiPolito and friends cheer on their class as they play musical chairs.
Written by: Brittany Watley
Design By: Brittany Watley, Delaney Fore Photos By: Ashton Coker, Lexi Wheeler, Michelle Vernikos
A FEW MEMORIES MARKMILESTONES
Senior Isabella Lozada, Cassidy Mueller, Sierra Baker, and Kiana House attend the Gay Pride Parade. “Being out is great, I feel as though I can be more open and honest about who I am,” said Mueller.
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Hurricane Matthew Exam week was rescheduled due to the Category three hurricane predicted to strike the eastern side of Florida.
Apple Releases iPhone 7
8 iPhone or Android? NOVEMBER Donald John Trump Wins
Prom The Junior and Senior classes experienced an Alice and Wonderland themed night at Universal City Walk.
MAY 23 Graduation
After graduation Santura Zapata, 12, planed to join the United States Navy. “Its organized and disciplined, I want to train and travel.They will also pay for my college and provide a monthly income,” said Zapata.
MARCH 18 Spring Break
LET ME LOVE YOU DJ Snake
Ryker Vandeventer, 12, Sean Gehring, 11, Brock Buckner, 11, Sean Schelling, 11, Jonathan Cruz, 12, Javi Xavier Melendez, 12, Nate Alicea Lopez, 12, Faiz Khan, 12, Fisher Omans, 12, Erik Leyte-Vidal, 11 show their support.
New Years Eve Melanie Clark, 11, and friends Emily Weatherman, Savannah Hobbs, Cierra West, 10, and Sophia Caffery, 10, spent New Years Eve around a bonfire. They made S’mores and watched the ball drop on television.
Mrs. Vitali and 15 students spent 11 days traveling through Italy to visit Rome, the Vatican, Florence, Lake Garda, Verona, Milan and other cities. “I want my students to learn and appreciate all things about Italy, and use the language they are learning,” said Vitali.
First Day Of School
Before Mane Attraction leaves for Nationals, they write their goals for the weekend on balloons and release them together. “All four of our routines advanced to semifinals with Small Varsity Hip-Hop getting 9th place in finals out of 41 teams,” said captain Olivia Smith, 12.
Jenny Barringer Simpson, Class of 2005, became the first American to win the Woman’s 1500 at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
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Mrs. Latimer joined thousands of central Florida woman at the Womans Rights March at Lake Eola in Orlando.
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“I BELIEVE THE SPIRIT STICK GIVES EVERY GRADE LEVEL A SENSE OF PRIDE. THEY CAN BE THE LOUDEST SUPPORT FOR OUR TEAMS.”
of the person in the costume. Luckily, Mrs. Lougee is always there to “protect” me from the crowd. Overall my job is exciting, but sometimes it’s a challenge. I try my best took keep the crowd pumped up and full of energy but sometimes, no matter what I do, they just don’t seem to be excited; that’s the worst feeling in the world,” said Parham.
Story by Samuel Parham, 11
Before every spirited event, Austin Parham, 11, gets into character as our lion mascot. “I am able to channel my school spirit at multiple events such as football games and pep rallies. In about ten minutes I am completely transformed into a lion. I put on the body suit of the costume first, then the feet, pants, hoodie, gloves, and finally the head. Many fans want to know who is behind the mask; sometimes they even try to take of the head just to get a glimpse
Design By: Brittany Watley Photos Courtesy of: Mueller, Buckner, Caffery, Horne, Zapata
DON’T WANNA KNOW
LET ME LOVE YOU DJ Snake
(Clockwise) ALL FOUR YEARS At the annual Talent Show, Delaney Blume, 12, performs a contemporary dance to Un-Break My Heart by Toni Braxton s. “I’ve danced in the Talent show every year since I was a freshman, and didn’t want to end the streak this year,” said Blume. CHANGING PEOPLE’S LIVES “I feel like it’s what I was meant to do. It’s the best way to express myself, and I want to use my talent and love for music to help people,” said Kaley Bonnet, 12 who sang End of Time by Beyonce. WHY SO DRAMATIC Connor Tenney, 9, acts in a four minute dramatic monologue. SING IT “I think it’s a great experience. It’s a talent that God gave me and I wanted to present it.” said Hannah Pennington. She chose to sing Love the Way You Lie by Rihanna because it is a very beautifual song.
“Performing with my brother at the Talent Show was a great experience and was pretty funny,” said Joseph Donahue, 12. “It all started when we were hanging out with some friends and made a couple of stupid raps.”
“It was the best feeling in the world to perform with my brother at the Talent Show. I decided to rap because I wanted to try something new. I have always enjoyed rapping and it is my passion,” said Michael Donahue, 10.
Creative talent shines on stage.
Under the bright stage lights J’kihya Thomas, 11, Jalyn Thomas, 12, and Alaya Stewart, 12, dance Hip Hop with tunes they mixed together. They were one of fourteen acts that entertained the audience at the Talent Show in the Gerald Cassanova Auditorium. The show was hosted by the Thespian Troupe on November 1st. “We all dance similar and naturally vibe together. Dance is a great way to express each of our personalities,” Stewart said. At the end of the show, the dance group was awarded first place. The second place winner was Madison Clark, 10, who sang to You Should Be Here by Kehlani; the third place winner was Bakari Broadus, 10, who danced to Billie Jean by Michael Jackson.
VIOLA CONCERTO Arielle Fentress, 9, plays Bartok’s famous “Viola Concerto” at the Talent Show. Madison Clark, 10
Bakari Broadus, 10
Written by: Delany Fore
Design By: Delaney Fore, Brittany Watley Photos By: Charlotte Skipper, Michelle Vernikos
Ja’kihya Thomas, 11 and Alaya Stewart, 12
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WHEN I WAS IN FIRST GRADE, I ATTENDED MY BROTHER’S CONCERT AND WAS INSTANTLY INFATUATED BY THE SOUND OF VIOLINS I TOLD MY PARENTS I WANTED TO PLAY. AND HERE I AM, SEVEN YEARS LATER, PLAYING THE VIOLIN.
Place Tip-In Here Morgan Hadley, 12
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Place Tip-In Here Dylan Droke, 12
Mackenzie Klaus, 10
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Allen Sowersby, 11
Taisha Voltaire, 11
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“ WHEN I PLAY ON THE FIELD, IT IS MESMERIZING. THE BRIGHT LIGHTS AND THE ROARING CROWD CREATE A FAST PACED, INTENSE ATMOSPHERE.
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GIRLS SWIM AND DIVE
9/7 Hagerty/Lyman/Bishop Moore 9/14 Hagerty 9/17 Lake Brantley 9/21 Lake Brantley 9/28 Dr. Phillips
3-0 2-0 2nd 1-0 1-0
10/5 Conference Championships 10/22 District Meet 10/29 Regional Meet 11/5 State Championship Meet
1st 1st 1st 3rd
FRONT ROW: Madison Floyd, Tori VanBuskirk, Lindsay Rife, Savannah Brennan, Bailey Bohrer, Maddie Faherty, Kailey Davis ROW 2: Hannah Rothfuss, Abby Gibbons, Michela Oliva, Kaitlyn Hunt, Jessica Budnovich, Emma Pareilles, Jaden Herbet, Chloe Hampson, Coach Ed Christensen ROW 3: Taylor Floyd, Guiliana Zerpa, Brooke Brennan, Abbie Wydra, Jazmyn Correa, Sophie Hampson, Alexandra Fil, Emma Stewart, Coach Charlie Rose ROW 4: Delaney Fyler, Dehlylah Stedham, Joanna Miller, Caroline Coleman, Ava Cronen, Charis Bequette, Marissa Wolfson
VARSITY BOYS SWIM AND DIVE
10/5 Conference Championships 2nd 9/7 Hagerty/Lyman/Bishop Moore 3-0 10/22 District Meet 2nd 9/14 Hagerty 2-0 10/29 Regional Meet 4th 9/17 Lake Brantley 5th 11/5 State Championship Meet 21st 9/21 Lake Brantley 1-0 9/28 Dr. Phillips 1-0 FRONT ROW: Brooks Meredith, Micah Ziegler, Mason Herbet, Carlos Carrasquillo, Jeremy Rockaway, Alex Barson, Nico Rodriguez ROW 2: Connor Duncan, William Butler, Carlos Cartagena, Brandon Christensen, Jaedin Doddapaneni, Ryan Gibbons, Tyler Mingonet, Caleb Greenlee ROW 3: Coach Charlie Rose, Carter Anderson, Patrick Fry, Santiago deStefano, Nicholas Borrazzo, Arturo deStefano, Cyril Peters-Masera, Coach Eric Christensen
Maurice Smith, 11 Alex Weimer, 12
GIRLS BASKETBALL 11/15 Winter Springs 46-47 11/17 University 58-22 11/18 Orlando Christian Prep 48-52 11/29 Lake Mary 44-36 12/1 Seminole 57-42 12/6 Lake Brantley 58-29 12/7 Spruce Creek 50-58 12/9 Lake Howell 63-36 12/13 Lyman 55-9 12/15 Winter Springs 44-57 12/17 Hagerty 63-43 12/20 University 68-27 12/22 Lake Mary 41-31 12/28 Father Lopez 56-20
12/29 Father Lopez 65-37 12/30 Father Lopez 40-31 1/10 Seminole 57-38 1/12 Lake Brantley 49-14 1/14 Colonial 56-54 1/19 Lyman 45-22 1/21 Lake Highland 37-70 1/23 Lake Howell 57-19 1/25 Mainland 56-24 1/26 Hagerty 50-30 1/31 District Quarterfinals 68-17 2/1 District Semi-Finals 78-26 2/3 District Finals 57-53 2/9 Region Quarterfinals 37-44
FRONT ROW: Adriana Barahona, Ximena Rosasco, Caity Oliver, Anna Tagye ROW 2: Morgan Hadley, Kamila Rosasco, Hannah Holland, Mackenzie Smith, Myana Strickland
GIRLS BASKETBALL 11/15 Winter Springs 40-42 11/17 University 47-33 11/29 Lake Mary 45-52 12/1 Seminole 39-46 12/6 Lake Brantley 52-32 12/7 Spruce Creek 13-42 12/9 Lake Howell 45-33 12/13 Lyman 45-44
12/15 Winter Springs 34-44 12/20 University 27-39 12/22 Lake Mary 24-25 1/10 Seminole 29-29 1/12 Lake Brantley 43-11 1/19 Lyman 27-10 1/23 Lake Howell 41-32 1/26 Hagerty 49-52
FRONT ROW: Anabell Benitez, Hannah McKernan, Alanna Knight, Haley Galvis ROW 2: Fariha Syed, Sarah Swetland, Alexis Jones, Coach Tara Brokovich
BOYS WATER POLO
2/22 East River 12-0 1/31 Seminole 6-16 2/23 Lyman 1-20 2/3 Lake Mary 1-25 2/24 Winter Springs 9-7 2/7 West Orange 3-4 2/28 Lake Brantley 3-18 2/8 Colonial 18-1 3/1 Hagerty 6-11 2/10 Olympia 4-19 3/3 Timber Creek 8-11 2/13 Osceola 8-6 3/15 Boone 4-12 2/15 Lake Howell 4-11 3/17 Bishop Moore 3-8 2/17 Sebastian River 9-6 3/21 Dr. Phillips 3-12 2/17 Lake Nona 3-18 3/24 Winter Springs 3-13 2/18 St. Andrews 0-10 2/18 Hagerty 1-13 FRONT ROW: Annalise Camelo, Joanna Miller, Ninoshka Ortiz, Maggie Hennigan, Bailey Bohrer, Caroline Coleman, Abby Leonard, Stacia Ahlers, Sophie Gill ROW 2: Lexi Wheeler, Alyssa Campbell, Emma Gill, Catie Holton, Jordan Rocks, Abby French, Rachel Nasby, Ashlyn McNair, Kenzie Klaus ROW 3: Louise Riviere, Tessa Kowalski, Lauren Jensen, Eva Goldenberg, Cassidy Gillis, Gabby Crespo, Hannah Holland
12/14 Seminole 40-44 11/9 Hagerty 24-55 12/21 Lake Brantley 34-52 11/16 Lake Howell 33-53 1/12 District Meet 4th 11/30 Winter Springs 33-45 1/18 Regional Meet 9th 12/7 Lake Mary 47-29 FRONT ROW: Adelle Mitchell, Xena Zayas, Natalia Alvarez, Zofia Zayas ROW 2: Samantha Ross, Lindsey Lee, Michelle Hernandez, ROW 3: Kayla Canney, Mikayla Mosely, Katie Pierce, Celina Smith
VARSITY GIRLS WATER POLO
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1/31 Seminole 6-21 2/22 East River 17-7 2/3 Lake Mary 12-10 2/23 Lyman 12-8 2/7 West Orange 8-16 2/24 Winter Springs 15-7 2/8 Colonial 14-5 2/28 Lake Brantley 8-10 2/10 Olympia 7-16 3/1 Hagerty 11-8 2/13 Osceola 17-5 3/3 Timber Creek 15-11 2/15 Lake Howell 18-8 3/15 Boone 8-15 2/17 Sebastian River 23-1 3/17 Bishop Moore 13-14 2/17 Lake Nona 2-18 3/21 Dr. Phillips 2-18 2/18 St. Andrews 7-21 3/24 Winter Springs 16-5 2/18 American Heritage 3-18 FRONT ROW: Owen McNamara, Brooks Meredith, Drew Winter, Max Dahm, Shane O’Connor ROW 2: Conor Duncan, Patrick Fry, Tommy Pasquale, Juan Pena ROW 3: Caleb Greenlee, Matthew Salcedo, Tyler Martin, Arturo DeStefano, Carlos Cartagena
1/11 Dual vs. Lake Brantley W 1/14 Oviedo Duals 4th 1/20 Ships and Duals 9th 1/26 Quad Meet vs. Atlantic 1st 2/4 SAC Tournament 5th 2/8 Dual vs. Seminole W 2/18 District Tournament 6th
11/16 Orange and Black Match W 11/18 Pre-Season Dual W 12/3 Mulberry Kick Off Duals 1st 12/7 Dual vs. Timber Creek L 12/10 William Nutter Duals 3rd 12/14 Dual vs. Hagerty L 12/16 Longhorn Duals 6th 1/6 Tournament of Champions 22nd
FRONT ROW: Michael O’Brien, Zack Ross, Wyatt Forsberg, Kevin Miceli, Luc Nelson, Justin Foulk ROW 2: Gavin Conklin, Eli Swetnam, Pierce McCorquodale, Ethan Terrell, Ken Borer, Vincent Vazquez, Solomon Gruse, Dominic Isola ROW 3: Coach Zac Waters, Elijah Slage, Christopher Miceli, Luca Vizzarri, Benjamin Terrell, Colin O’Brien, Coach Javi Rendon
8/22 Seminole 2240-1991 8/24 Winter Springs 2160-2029 8/29 Crooms 2024-2371 8/31 Lake Brantley 2107-379 9/7 Lyman 2262-2593 9/12 Hagerty 2086-2243 9/14 Lake Mary 2307-2822 9/19 Lake Howell 2205-1595
BOYS BOWLING 9/21 Seminole 2476-2069 9/26 Winter Springs 2204-1784 9/28 Crooms 2399-2295 10/3 Lake Brantley 2201-372 10/10 Lyman 2330-2073 10/12 Hagerty 2409-2259 10/17 Lake Mary 2399-2578 10/19 Lake Howell 2223-1921
FRONT ROW: Joey Pomales, Deondre Williams, Evan Korn ROW 2: Jeremy Miksa, Mason Solesbee, Brandon Linen, Kyle Furlong
8/22 Seminole 8/24 Winter Springs 8/29 Crooms 8/31 Lake Brantley 9/7 Lyman 9/12 Hagerty 9/14 Lake Mary 9/19 Lake Howell
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12/14 Hagerty 0-2 12/16 Lake Mary 0-1 12/19 Lake Brantley 1-0 12/21 Lake Howell 2-4 1/11 Winter Springs 1-1 1/13 Seminole 1-5 1/19 Lake Mary 1-5
11/7 Lyman 0-3 11/9 Hagerty 0-3 11/14 Lake Mary 0-3 11/16 Lake Brantley 3-3 11/30 Lake Howel 0-1 12/2 Winter Springs 0-0 12/7 Seminole 1-2 12/9 Lyman 1-1
FRONT ROW: Connor Steven, Nick Pagilaro, Sergio Lengua Esposito, Preston Brown, Santiago Silva, Jake Starbuck ROW 2: Nick Lopez, Ian McCarty, Zach Barktus, Adrian Sanclemente, Reese Hudson, Kryillos Gerges ROW 3: Ben Blackburn, Liam Morgan, Dustin Thelan, Christian Cobian, Matthew Corondo, Riley Beltran
JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER
12/1 Winter Springs 8-0 12/6 Seminole 8-0 12/8 Geneva School 0-0 12/13 Winter Springs 9-1 12/15 Hagerty 0-1 12/19 Winter Springs 7-0 12/20 University 7-0 1/10 Bishop Moore 5-0
11/1 Lake Brantley 8-0 11/3 Lake Howell 6-1 11/7 Bishop Moore 1-0 11/8 Lake Mary 3-0 11/10 Hagerty 1-0 11/15 Lake Howell 2-0 11/17 Hagerty 1-0 11/21 Winter Park 0-0
FRONT ROW: Ashley Mueller, Brittany Hurd, Audra Menard, Christina Gaddone, Emily Fil, Kaitlyn Dipolito, Emma Bruinsma ROW 2: Vani Thupili, Sydney Fruhwirth, Josephine Enemuoh, Kaylie Susskraut, Abby Coleman, Mariah Beavers, Katie Borkholder ROW 3: Elizabeth Leblanc, Olivia Cullison, Alexis Mitchell, Elise Coleman, Jasmin Martinez, Cierra West
JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS LACROSSE 2/6 Creekside 2-10 2/8 Lake Mary 4-5 2/10 Bartram Trail 2-10 2/15 Lake Brantley 8-4 2/24 Trinity Prep 7-2 2/27 Dr. Phillips 10-4 3/1 Hagerty 4-14
3/6 Lake Howell 10-2 3/8 Seminole 2-7 3/9 West Orange 6-6 3/15 Lyman 4-10 3/16 Winter Springs 10-4 3/27 Timber Creek 8-5 3/29 Bishop Moore 1-19
FRONT ROW: Alex Banon, Alison Schimpf, Abigail Coleman, Alexandra Leeds, Karla Delgado-Castro ROW 2: Sarah Swetland, Natalie Bell, Acelyn McKernan, Vanessa Martin, Sydney Jarrett, Areli Rodriguez- Orengo ROW 3: Rylee Cook, Ashley Angley, Carly Boivin, Celina Corvea, Katherine Benitez
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2/20 Big Blue Tournament 7-0 2/23 Big Blue Tournament 0-1 2/25 Big Blue Tournament 0-1 2/28 Lake Brantley 1-12 3/1 Colonial 10-4 3/3 Colonial 10-9 3/7 Lake Howell 9-1 3/10 Lake Howell 10-0 3/14 Nease 2-6 3/15 Lyman 8-5 3/16 Hagerty 3-4 3/21 Lake Mary 1-2 3/29 Timber Creek 3-7
3/30 Winter Springs 3-5 3/31 Timber Creek 10-7 4/5 University 1-6 4/7 University 4-3 4/11 Winter Park 7-2 4/13 Winter Park 1-2 4/14 Flagler Palm Coast 5-0 4/18 Seminole 0-3 4/20 Lake Mary 3-1 4/21 Hagerty 5-1 4/25 Winter Springs 4-2 4/27 Edgewater 8-1 5/3 District Tournament Winter Park 2-1
FRONT ROW: Katelyn Jones, Ninoshka Ortiz, Karina Brown ROW 2: Amelia Vasquez, Emma Miksa, Shauna Rodgers
JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS SOCCER
4/3 Lake Howell 7-2 4/5 University 4-1 4/7 University 3-5 4/10 Hagerty 3-2 4/11 Winter Springs 3-4 4/13 Winter Springs 6-3 4/18 Seminole 3-3 4/20 Lake Mary 5-3 4/21 Hagerty 3-1 4/24 Winter Springs 19-1
2/27 Lake Brantley 4-5 2/28 West Orange 1-8 3/1 Lake Brantley 1-11 3/7 Lake Howell 10-4 3/15 Lyman 10-1 3/16 Hagerty 7-5 3/17 Lake Mary 1-7 3/29 Timber Creek 3-4 3/30 Winter Springs 6-0 3/31 Timber Creek 8-0
FRONT ROW: Danny Castaneda, Colton Bundy, TJ Segers, Nevada Cullen, Ryan Kurth ROW 2: Spencer Mangum, Giovanni Egidio, Jack Murphy, Liam Morrissey ROW 3: John Laudani, Ben Farris, Tim Morgan
FRONT ROW: Dawson Dannecker, Nick Mott, Eldrige Figueroa, Dylan Droke, Nick Sala, Jayce Phillips ROW 2: Scott Reeves, Caleb German, Alex Figueroa, Justin Lampel, Josh Gipson, Andrew Fenning ROW 3: Cooper Omans, Kerry Wright, Blake Loubier, Brayden Woodburn, Chris McDonald, Colin Pontell
2/28 Hagerty 5-15 3/2 Lyman 16-0 3/7 Lake Brantley 7-12 3/13 Lake Mary 4-21 3/16 Trinity Prep 23-8 3/28 Winter Springs 15-5
FRONT ROW: Nick DiPietro, Nat Holder, Ryker VanDeventer, Joe Wessel, Jacob Greene, Kevin Kang ROW 2: Coach Niles, Sean Gehring, Brock Buckner, Parker Davidson, Jack Streeter, Max Davidson, Andrew Smiarowski, Coach Bahn ROW 3: Jared Hadley, Tristan Wilson, Tanner Sims, Nolan Emel, DeLaney Way, Jared Kotar, Connor Way
9/1 Seminole 9/8 Winter Springs 9/13 Lyman 9/15 Quad Match 9/20 Hagerty
9/21 Wekiva 9/22 Lake Howell 10/5 SAC Tournament 10/10 District Tournament
FRONT ROW: Chase Mullen, Connor Steven, Tyler Dodson, Macon Kinder, Gavin Newton ROW 2: Robby Beckman, Stone Mangum, August Kinder, Chase Walker, Jackson Wydra
2/23 Winter Park 11-5 2/6 Seminole 10-8 2/28 Hagerty 10-2 2/8 East River 6-4 3/7 Lake Brantley 7-2 2/10 Timber Creek 7-4 3/13 Lake Mary 7-15 2/14 Winter Springs 8-3 3/28 Winter Springs 15-1 2/17 Lake Howell 11-2 2/21 Merritt Island 6-7 FRONT ROW 1: Patrick O’Donnell, Jordan Hadley, Austin Parham, Jordan Swetland ROW 2: Wesley Ferino, Christian Rivera, Adarios Zeller, Tyler Heefner, Chase Tsukalas ROW 3: Connor Wertz, Cannor Haynes, Reid Hoover, Zachary Wright
GIRLS GOLF 9/1 Seminole 9/8 Winter Springs 9/13 Lyman 9/15 Lake Brantley 9/19 Hagerty
9/22 Lake Howell 207-NTS 9/27 Lake Mary 10/5 SAC Tournament 10/11 District Tournament
FRONT ROW: Erin Barbery, Reilly Fennell, Hailey Andrews, Olivia Mauga ROW 2: Coach Joel Freund, Bailey Bohrer, Lindsey Lee, Paige Simpson, Cheyenne Simmons
2/6 Seminole 5-21 2/8 East River 17-7 2/10 Timber Creek 13-12 2/14 Winter Springs 9-10 2/17 Lake Howell 11-5 2/21 Merritt Island 7-15 2/23 Winter Park 6-16
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BOYS SOCCER 12/14 Hagerty 12/16 Lake Mary 12/19 Lake Brantley 12/21 Lake Howell 1/5 Melbourne 1/6 Merritt Island 1/11 Winter Springs 1/13 Seminole
11/7 Lyman 1-0 11/9 Hagerty 7-1 11/14 Lake Mary 4-2 11/16 Lake Brantley 3-3 11/30 Lake Howell 1-4 12/2 Winter Springs 3-7 12/7 Seminole 2-2 12/9 Lyman 1-1
0-3 1-2 0-0 3-1 0-2 1-3 1-0 0-2
FRONT ROW: Ivan Del Barco, Khalid Meshmesh, Charles Broennle, Asa Evans, Kyle Garzon, Santiago Lengua, Dylan Moghaddam ROW 2: Kevin Gaddone, Jacob Seed, Jacob Framson, Javier Reina, Garrison Rehrig, Juan Bolanos, Parker Beach ROW 3: Coach Ben Luker, Devin Fox, Drew Decker, Sean Rice, Steven Evans, Tyler Zoucha, Sergiu Turcan, Lewis Shaw
10/26 Lake Nona 10/26 Edgewater 11/1 Lake Brantley 11/3 Lake Howell 11/8 Lake Mary 11/10 Lyman 11/15 Lake Howell 11/17 Hgerty 11/21 Winter Park 12/6 Seminole 12/8 Merritt Island 12/13 Winter Springs 12/15 Hagerty
3-0 1-0 8-0 8-0 5-0 3-0 8-0 3-1 2-0 8-0 2-0 8-0 1-1
12/19 Winter Springs 8-0 12/20 University (Orange City) 8-0 1/10 Bishop Moore 6-1 1/12 Lake Highland 8-0 1/17 District Quarterfinal Lyman 5-1 1/18 District Semifinal Winter Springs 8-0 1/20 District Final Lake Mary 3-2 1/29 Region Quarterfinal Apopka 7-0 1/31 Region Semifinal Lake Mary 1-0 2/3 Region Final Flagler Palm Coast 3-0 2/10 State Semifinal Newsome 3-0 2/17 State Final Boca Raton 3-1 State Champion
FRONT ROW: Erin Mikalsen, Sydney Brown, Kaitlyn Armour, Sierra Brown, Alessandra Derose, Reghan Massie, Avery Nowak ROW 2: Tesa Simmons, Carly Mitchell, Kaitlyn Zipay, Madeline Bozzacco, Camille Copperthite, Zoe Smythe ROW 3: Coach Scott Waisanen, Jade Barkett, Samantha Blanford, Madison Allen, Brianna Waggoner, Sarah Preston, Kenna Hildenbrand, Haylie Beavers, Coach Bill Barker
9/21 9/21 9/26 9/26 9/28 9/28
8/24 Lake Howell 3-13 8/24 Lake Brantley 8-5 9/7 Seminole 12-2 9/7 Lake Mary 11-8 9/12 Lyman 5-7 9/12 Winter Springs 5-6
Lake Howell 0-5 Lake Brantley 7-17 Hagerty 5-13 Lake Mary 3-1 Winter Springs 4-14 Lyman 2-7
FRONT ROW: Taylor Kingsland, Haley Kingsland, Emma Warrner, Emily Van Horn, Taylor Oakes ROW 2: Sharina Nazario, Mariana Cabe, Cristiana Fore, Haley Schievelbein, Emery Rook ROW 3: Jadyn Chapman, Kathryn Sutton, Peyton Brokovich, Adriana Barahona, Mckenzie Shiver, Gabriella Williams
3/16 Colonial 13-1 3/28 Lake Howell 3-8 3/30 Hagerty 1-11 3/31 Timber Creek 0-3 4/5 University 6-2 4/7 Winter Park 2-0 4/11 Boone 4-14 4/12 Lyman 7-10 4/13 Winter Springs 1-2 4/19 Lake Brantley 4-9 4/20 Lake Howell 3-4
2/14 Lake Mary 10-2 2/15 Cornerstone 4-9 2/17 Calvary Christian 11-5 2/24 University 0-2 2/27 Seminole 0-2 2/28 Mount Dora Christian 6-3 3/1 Colonial 3-2 3/7 Winter Springs 0-10 3/8 Timber Creek 2-4 3/10 University 9-1 3/14 Winter Park 2-4
FRONT ROW: Gabriella Williams, Kathryn Sutton, Katherine Budnovich, Sharina Nazario, Emery Rook ROW 2: Dosha Salyers, Taylor Kingsland, Mariana Cabe, Haley Kingsland, Alyssa White
2/14 Lake Mary 13-5 2/24 University 3-7 2/27 Seminole 22-0 2/28 Mount Dora Christian 17-0
3/7 Winter Springs 5-6 3/8 Timber Creek 0-10 3/28 Lake Howell 4-10 3/30 Hagerty 4-10
FRONT ROW: Zaria Geiger, Alivia Magaw, Paige Flannery, Cristiana Fore ROW 2: Payton Duncanson, Emma Warrner, Emily Van Horn, Destiny Evans, Amber Murray
3/9 West Orange 18-10 2/6 Creekside 11-16 3/14 St Andrews 10-13 2/8 Lake Mary 15-7 3/15 Lyman 13-10 2/10 Bartram Trail 7-17 3/16 Winter Springs 19-4 2/15 Lake Brantley 11-13 3/27 Timber Creek 16-8 2/24 Trinity Prep 6-7 3/29 Bishop Moore 8-26 2/27 Dr. Phillips 10-23 3/31 Olympia 14-23 3/1 Hagerty 13-14 4/4 District Semi/Hagerty 13-12 3/3 Winter Park 10-17 4/6 District final/Winter Park 15-16 3/6 Lake Howell 19-0 3/8 Seminole 19-4 FRONT ROW: Madison Emel, Isis Font-Rivera, Kelsey Tatum, Devyn Wallin, Sarah Allen, Sofia Mora ROW 2: Erica Taylor, Sam Finnegan, Julia Cyrkel, Maria Davila, Molly Nungesser, Gillian Moll ROW 3: Lauren Gipson, Morgan Clark, Brenna Heatter, Morgan Davis, Julia Wisdo
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2/28 Lyman 3/6 Lake Mary 3/7 Seminole 3/9 Spruce Creek 3/14 Winter Springs 3/27 Lake Brantley 3/28 Crooms 3/30 Hagerty 4/3 Winter Park 4/4 Lake Howel 4/6 Lake Mary 4/7 Freedom Tournament
1-3 2-3 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 1-3 0-2
4/7 4/7 4/8 4/8
Freedom Tournament 1-2 Freedom Tournament 2-0 Freedom Tournament 2-0 Freedom Tournament 0-2 4/11 Seminole 2-0 4/12 Winter Springs 3-0 4/13 Lake Placid 3-0 4/17 Lake Howell 3-0 4/18 Dr. Philips 3-1 4/19 Wekiva 3-0 4/25 District Semifinals: Lyman 1-3
VARSITY BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
9/24 UF Mountain Dew XC Invitational 6th 8/20 Lake Mary Jamboree 1st 10/22 District Championships 3rd 8/27 Ted Benz Invitational 2nd 10/29 Regional Championships 4th 9/10 Astronaut Invitational 4th 11/5 State Championships 11th 9/17 Hagerty Invitational 13th FRONT ROW: Angel Vicioso, Sean Schelling, Ethan Fields, Tyson Harper, Ramzey Sheikh ROW 2: Zach Metz, Noah Taylor, Monty Corum, Jaden Johnson, Gustavo Cruz, Jaden Doddepancni ROW 3: Coach Dave Tibbetts, Trevor Hollis, Jeff Metz, Ali Owji, Tiago Harter, Zachery Corum, Coach Paul Brown
FRONT ROW: KJ Hayes, David Maish, Matthew Loiars, Kyle Furlong, Zhenguo Cui ROW 2: Earl Baker, Mani Jahani, Miguel Lopez, Elijah Slage, Isaiah Watson
2/28 Lyman 3/6 Lake Mary 3/7 Seminole 3/9 Spruce Creek 3/14 Winter Springs 3/27 Lake Brantley 3/28 Crooms 3/30 Hagerty
2-0 0-2 2-1 2-1 2-0 2-1 2-0 2-0
4/3 Winter Park 4/4 Lake Howel 4/6 Lake Mary 4/11 Seminole 4/12 Winter Springs 4/17 Lake Howell 4/18 Dr. Philips 4/19 Wekiva
1-2 2-1 2-1 0-2 2-1 2-1 0-2 2-0
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY 8/20 Lake Mary Jamboree 4th 8/27 Ted Benz Invitational 8th 9/10 Astronaut Invitational 27th
9/17 Hagerty Invitational 13th 9/24 UF Mountain Dew XC Invitational 5th 10/22 District Championships 7th
FRONT ROW: Carly Mitchell, Javianna Brea Correa, Elisse Spence, Taylor Kuperberg, Niyati Shah ROW 2: Kellie Kosmitis, Grace Wildgen, Cierra West, Abigail Wildgen, Hannah Kraftchick ROW 3: Coach Paul Brown, Sika Kodzi, Sofia Falisi, Sara Kuykendall, Yolanda Tanner, Jazmyn Correa, Isabella Lozada, Coach Dave Tibbetts
FRONT ROW: Taeseung Um, Brenden Graves, Kolby Follrod, Connor Maskiell ROW 2: Carlos De Diego, Josh Verbal, Nick Harrison, Zach Price
FRONT ROW: Chase Walker, Christopher Keefer, Jackson Wydra, Alex Miller ROW 2: Declan McCoy, Luc Nelson, Luca Vizzarri ROW 3: AJ Pelfrey, Andrew Salcedo, Paul Falcon, Ian Kanbara
Boys 2/13 Hagerty 5-2 2/14 Winter Park 3-4 2/21 Lake Mary 2-5 2/27 Lake Brantley 3-4 3/1 Lake Howell 7-0 3/2 Lake Howell 7-0 3/6 Winter Springs 3-4 3/15 Lyman 0-7 3/16 Timber Creek 7-0 3/27 Lyman 0-7 3/29 University (Orlando 5-2 3/30 Hagerty 3-4
Girls 2/13 Hagerty 5-2 2/14 Winter Park 1-6 2/16 Seminole 5-2 2/27 Lake Brantley 2-5 2/28 Lake Mary 0-7 3/2 Lake Howell 3-4 3/6 Winter Springs 5-2 3/15 Lyman 1-6 3/28 Lyman 6-1 3/29 University 3-4 3/30 Hagerty 5-2
FRONT ROW: Noah Shever, Claire Dukstein, Ryan Milon, Allen Sowersby ROW 2: Rhianna Ventura, Emily Sheehan, Kamaria Donald, Francesca Rignanese, Elizabeth LeBlanc ROW 3: Mateo Gamero, Fernando DeAguiar, Caden Emerson, Jordan Kazeika
3/1 Lake Howell 38-49 3/8 Lake Brantley 32-57 3/15 District Meet 4th
2/8 Hagerty 14-51 2/15 Lyman 50-37 2/22 Seminole 36-49
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VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL
8/16 Trinity Prep 8/17 First Academy 8/22 Lake Brantley 8/25 Olympia 8/30 Lake Mary 9/1 Lake Howell 9/6 Lyman 9/8 Hagerty 9/13 Lake Howell 9/14 Bishop Moore 9/15 Winter Springs 9/20 University 9/23 Cypress Bay 9/23 Miami Country Day 9/24 Westminister Academy 9/24 Calvary Christian
3-0 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-0 1-3 3-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-2
9/24 Bishop Verot 9/27 Seminole 9/28 Spruce Creek 10/4 Winter Springs 10/10 Dr. Phillips 10/11 Hagerty 10/13 Lake Highland 10/15 Winter Park 10/15 Winter Park 10/18 Seminole 10/20 Lake Mary 10/25 Mandarin 10/28 Spruce Creek 11/1 West Orange 11/5 Riverview 11/12 Boca Raton
0-2 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 0-3
FRONT ROW: Devon Knaub, Ivan Smith, Earl Baker, Morgan Mitchell ROW 2: Aidan Knight, James Groetsch, Miguel Lopez, William Przystup ROW 3: Mason Barrett, Britton Daniel, Braden Denny, Joshua Charlery
FRONT ROW: Audrey Douglas, Sami Spadaro, Madison Salvatoriello, Lilly Gunter, Rileigh Powers ROW 2: Sydney Vach, Savannah Vach, Nicky Amrhein, Addy Warfield, Mikaela Schultz ROW 3: Rebekah Rath, Madison Cook, Brianna Botlick, Grace Nitti, Ally Kissenberth
JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL
8/22 Lake Brantley 2-0 8/25 Olympia 2-0 8/30 Lake Mary 2-0 9/1 Lake Howell 2-0 9/6 Lyman 2-0 9/7 Lake Howell 2-0 9/8 Hagerty 1-2 9/13 Lake Howell 2-0 9/15 Winter Springs 2-0 9/17 Winter Springs 2-0 9/17 Trinity Prep 2-0
9/20 University 9/27 Seminole 9/28 Spruce Creek 9/30 Crystal River 9/30 Orangewood 10/1 Merritt Island 10/1 The Rock School 10/1 The First Academy 10/4 Winter Springs 10/11 Hagerty 10/13 Lake Highland
11/30 Winter Springs 72-59 12/2 University (Orange City) 72/59 12/7 Lake Mary 58-46 12/9 Seminole 39-46 12/14 Lake Brantley 58-40 12/16 Hagerty 66-58 12/21 Lyman 86-55 1/9 University 73-63 1/11 University 57-59 1/13 Lake Mary 43-52
2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 0-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0
FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 2-0 0-2 0-2 2-0 0-2 0-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-1
9/19 Winter Park 9/19 Lake Nona 9/27 Seminole 9/30 Gulf Coast 9/30 Lyman 10/1 Winter Park 10/1 Lake Mary 10/1 Lyman 10/4 Winter Springs 10/11 Hagerty 10/13 Lake Highland
0-2 0-2 2-0 0-2 2-0 0-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-2 2-0
1/18 Seminole 63-51 1/20 Lake Brantley 45-53 1/21 Seminole 59-23 1/21 Crooms 51-42 1/23 Winter Springs 43-61 1/25 Lake Howell 55-59 1/27 Lyman 87-70 1/31 Lake Howell 67-49 2/2 Hagerty 59-65 2/3 St. Cloud 53-57
FRONT ROW : Britton Daniel, Kameron Reynolds, Amontae Bachelder ROW 2: James Groetsch, Jammie Scott, Bilal Khan, Zach Price
FRONT ROW: Ashley Giuliano, Abigail Mason, Zofia Zayas, Samantha Ross, Sydney Utzig ROW 2: Kylie Gleason, Delani Houston, Gabrielle Shacoski, Emma Chapman, Amanda Lee
8/22 Lake Brantley 8/25 Olympia 8/30 Lake Mary 9/6 Lyman 9/8 Hagerty 9/9 Lake Mary 9/9 Seminole 9/10 Lake Highland 9/10 Apopka 9/13 Lake Howell 9/15 Winter Springs
1/13 Lake Mary 59-43 1/18 Seminole 75-84 1/20 Lake Brantley 52-34 1/23 Winter Springs 70-60 1/25 Lake Howell 75-57 1/27 Lyman 85-50 1/31 Lake Howell 61-48 2/2 Hagerty 52-56 2/3 St. Cloud 67-51 2/9 Winter Springs 53-35 2/10 Seminole/ Districts 98-78 2/16 Deland/ Regional Quarters 67-53 2/21 Flagler Palm Coast/ Regional Semis 64-59 2/24 Wekiva/ Regional Finals 63-78
11/23 University 57-46 11/26 Windermere Prep 53-71 11/30 Winter Springs 67-51 12/2 University 58-37 12/7 Lake Mary 60-49 12/9 Seminole 75-56 12/14 Lake Brantley 77-71 12/16 Hagerty 72-69 12/17 Melbourne 83-59 12/21 Lyman 74-40 12/28 The Villages Charter 65-67 12/29 Ramney 75-80 12/30 Cardinal Gibbons 50-51 1/9 University 69-74 1/11 University 68-31
1/20 Lake Brantley 34-36 1/21 Seminole 44-50 1/21 Crooms 57-39 1/23 Winter Springs 28-38 1/24 The Master’s Academy 72-76 1/25 Lake Howell 60-39 1/27 Lyman 33-36 1/31 Lake Howell 60-39 2/2 Hagerty 33-38 2/3 St. Cloud 38-50
11/23 University 32-46 11/30 Winter Springs 39-43 12/7 Lake Mary 38-52 12/9 Seminole 24-56 12/14 Lake Brantley 45-54 12/16 Hagerty 46-55 12/20 Edgewater 43-62 12/21 Lyman 39-56 1/9 University 29-45 1/13 Lake Mary 28-46 1/18 Seminole 44-50
FRONT ROW: Natalie Livingstone, Hannah McKee, Riley Utzig ROW 2: Abbigale Kautzman, Gaby Sweet, Zoey Young, Morgan Jenkins, Adison Williams
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8/19 Wekiva 8/26 Timber Creek 9/2 Osceola 9/9 Hagerty 9/23 Winter Springs 9/30 Lake Mary
27-34 20-19 15-55 10-17 35-14 49-54
10/7 University 22-49 10/13 Seminole 27-69 10/21 Lake Brantley 34-60 10/28 Lyman 31-29 11/4 Lake Howell 41-7
FRONT ROW: Alexiyah Craft, Maddie Kruse, Celina Smith, Nina DeBellis, Kaley Bonett ROW 2: Christina Kingsley, Sydney Budt, Caroline Folsom, Grace Harper, Brooke Connelly ROW 3: Olivia Sala, Ashley Mueller, Ashley Angley, Shea Sanders, Sarah Cox, Hannah Pennington
FRONT ROW: Morgan Mitchell, Nick Sala, Maurice Smith, Michael Lopez, Asa Baker, Okpara Blake, Dylan Moghaddam, Marco Weimer, Josh Figueroa ROW 2: Dennis Dudley, Blas Amill, DJ Coventry, Antoine Ferguson, Alex Weimer, Christopher Martinez, Jake Harris, Conner Denny ROW 3: William Przystup, Jacob Kotar, Andrew Salcedo, Ethan Terrell, Rowdy Forsberg, Andrew Smiarowski, Jared Kotar, Solomon Gruse, Matt Hueston ROW 4: Amen Allah, Nick DiPietro, Javier Correa, Dalton Barbara, Carter Berkoben, Hunter Allen, Ryan Milon, Remington Brooks ROW 5: Chase Ruehl, Chris Martini, Billy Kilmer, Andrew Philpott, Grant Dunn, Britton Daniel, Jonathan Rucker, Alec Lafferman, Stephen DeLeonardis, Zander Thompson ROW 6: Coach Taino Fears –Perez, Coach Mark Lewis, Coach Qamar Lewis, Coach Paul Tweed, Manager Joshua Garzon, Coach Ken Kroog, Coach Garrett Turner ROW 7: Coach Thomas Niles, Coach Adam Siegel, Coach John Rondone, Coach George Clayton, Coach Wes Allen, Coach Dan Barbara, Coach Steve Laurence, Coach Brad Humphrey
8/25 Lake Brantley 6-14 9/1 Seminole 0-18 9/8 Hagerty 14-31 9/15 Lyman 6-0
JUNIORFOOTBALL VARSITY 9/22 Winter Springs 24-18 9/29 Lake Mary 21-35 10/6 Lake Howell 24-21 10/12 Hagerty 14-28
FRONT ROW: Lexy Wolfe, Grace Thompson, Alyssa Campbell, Avery Laureano, Megan Loubier, Kiley Nash ROW 2: Ja’kihya Thomas, Laura Hidalgo, Emily Padron, Elise Coleman, Emma Gaedele, Elise Compton ROW 3: Marley Roman, Chelsea Craft, Anna Bogan, Raechle Stronko, Raivan Nixon, Ashlyn McNair
FRONT ROW: Jonathan LaRochelle, Amontae Bachelder, Ian Mitchell, Bradley Lloyd, Peyton Howe, Trejan Amill, Anthony Windom ROW 2: Daniel McNamara, John Wu, Jaden Garcia, Tanner Theen, Bryan Leath, Austin Erdemoglu ROW 3: Colt Crossley, Colin Soler, Edward Steward, Bryan McGrogan, Benjamin Terrell, Jake Patten, Christopher Miceli ROW 4: Cody Chasteen, Coach Qamar Lewis, Elijah Slage, Chase Mulvaney, Diego Cruz, Josh Amill, Thomas Niles, Coach Fears- Perez
8/25 Lake Brantley 12-28 9/1 Seminole 10-37 9/8 Hagerty 34-14 9/15 Lyman 27-6
9/22 Winter Springs 7-6 9/29 Lake Mary 7-22 10/6 Lake Howell 21-20 10/12 Hagerty 7-9
FRONT ROW: Abigail Coleman, Isabella Rueda-Lopez, Kyla McLinden, Hailey Hiller, Cadence Wielgus ROW 2: Mikayla Siberio, Reese Aycock, Isabelle Slage, Adrice Galloway, Aaliyah Rivera
FRONT ROW: Colton Williams, Griffin Houck, Dayquan Seay-Black, Myles DeJesus, Keonte Coffie, Nick Adams, Noah Hoddad, Christian Rivera, ROW 2: Anthony Ferril, Anthony Pearson, Kashif Moore, Joshua Bozzacco, Matthew Salcedo , Dominic Isola, Shomaree Blake, Zach Ross, Zach Wright R0W 3: Kenneth Borer, Cameron Roberson, Geoffrey Smith, Robert Licata, Luca Vizzarri, Alexios Kardamilas, Robert Thompson, Mark Wrobleski ROW 4: Parker Smythe, Matt Reese, Jonathan Eallonardo, Colin King, Dalton Mrowczynski, Seth Fradera, Ryan Anstey ROW 5: Mason Woodward, Tyler Davis, Nathaniel Soto, Duncan Clark, Nicholas DeMeola, Klein Whitfield ROW 6: Coach Robert Cruz, Coach Jim Baird, Coach Danny Evans, Coach John Girard, Coach Robert Thompson, Coach Alan Patten
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