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The varsity softball team moves into playoff season with their third round games at Glen Rose May 9-11.
Softball Advances to Playoffs
Cameron Hooper, Staff Writer • May 8, 2024

Following their 8-1 win against Royce City, the varsity softball team advanced to the third round of playoffs, where they will face Waco Midway in Glen Rose on May 10. The Broncos were led by their high-powered offense and the stellar pitching performance from Natalie Moreaux. After losing a 12-inning duel in the first game of the series, an 8-1 comeback was huge...

Mansfield ISD voters approve bond Proposition A and B in 2024 election. Photo by Mansfield ISD Communications Department
News
Mansfield ISD Voters Pass Bond Proposition A, B in 2024 Election
Harrison Canton, Staff Writer • May 9, 2024
The baseball team beat Sachse 5-4, in game two of the area playoffs May 9. They face Rockwall Heath in the regional quarterfinal games at 8 p.m. May 16, 5 p.m. May 17 and at noon May 18 if needed. All three games will be played at Dallas Baptist University.
Photo Galleries
Photo Gallery: Varsity Baseball Area Championship
Max Dearinger, Staff Photographer • May 15, 2024
Senior Keira Howard stands with her family at Senior Night during the Oct. 2 game against Cedar Hill.
Personalities
Senior Drill Officer Balances Work, School, Dance
Blake Hinerman, Editor in Chief • March 1, 2024
Local Places to Adopt a Pet From
Visual Stories
Local Places to Adopt a Pet From
Ella Geist, Staff Writer • April 30, 2024

Daily Photos


Features


Sophomores share leap year birthday.
Two Students Celebrate Fourth Birthday
Bryanna Owens, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024
Sophomore students present their project in AP World History on Feb. 15.
Sophomores Reflect on Academic Projects
Katie Keating, Features Editor • March 20, 2024

If sophomores didn’t read “Things Fall Apart” in Advanced English 2 classes, they wouldn’t make traditional African masks to demonstrate the themes of the book. Memorable projects completed sophomore year includecd reading about the tragic hero Okonkwo. “I felt like this book was very interesting and nothing like I’d ever read before and definitely wouldn’t have picked up if it weren’t for this class,” Annalise White, 10, said. “My favorite part of the project was giving the mask lots of meaning from the book and it allowed us to be creative.” “Things Fall Apart” teaches about the consequences...

Bronco Minute 4-19
Bronco Minute 4-19
Ty Gery, Social Media Staffer • April 19, 2024
Bronco Minute 4-12
Bronco Minute 4-12
Claire Carney, Social Media Manager • April 12, 2024
20 Summer Activities
20 Summer Activities
Davis Collier, Staff Writer • May 21, 2024
Photo by Unsplash
Tips for Researching Candidates
Jackson Gourley, Staff Writer • May 14, 2024

LBTV


Legacy Legends Show
Capturing The Flying Squirrel
Capturing The Flying Squirrel
Photojournalism Heads to the Zoo
Photojournalism Heads to the Zoo
PTSA Cookie Day
PTSA Cookie Day

Opinions


The NCAA will host the 84th March Madness tournament this month. Photo by Jacob Rice on Unsplash
Matched Up in March Madness: Predictions for the Championship
Cameron Hooper, Staff Writer • March 20, 2024

Preview Another March brings sports fans favorite time of year around with the NCAA March Madness tournament. Even for those who aren’t deeply invested in college basketball, filling out a bracket is an exhilarating and immersive experience. I love March Madness and the narratives that play out throughout the tournament. As recently as last year, we witnessed a 16-seed FDU beating number one Purdue with nine-seed FAU reaching the final four. There is always an insane upset which is nearly impossible to predict, but you know they’re going to happen somewhere. That said, this year of the tournament is just as wide open as ever if the regular season was any indication. This year, I tuned into the most regular season college basketball games than I ever have in preparation for the tournament knowing that it most likely won’t do me any good with the unpredictability March Madness brings. If you haven’t watched much I’m going to give you some of my predictions to potentially help out your bracket. (Don’t blame me if they’re all wrong) Notable First Round Matchups: Mississippi...

Final Blog
Final Blog
Blake Hinerman, Editor in Chief • May 23, 2024
Final Blog
Final Blog
Abigail Morris, Assistant Editor • May 22, 2024
Final Blog
Final Blog
Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor • May 21, 2024
Final Blog
Final Blog
Bryanna Owens, Staff Writer • May 20, 2024
In recent years, NCAA Bowl Games have become increasingly insignificant for fans and players.
Opinion: Bowl Games Lose Significance
Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor • February 23, 2024
The NCAA needs to adjust the rules of the transfer portal to create a more positive experience for its student-athletes.
Opinion: The Transfer Portal Is Bad
Ryleigh Stinson, Staff Writer • February 16, 2024
20 Summer Activities
20 Summer Activities
Davis Collier, Staff Writer • May 21, 2024
Photo by Unsplash
Tips for Researching Candidates
Jackson Gourley, Staff Writer • May 14, 2024
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