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Varsity Volleyball To Host Volleyball Clinic

Varsity Volleyball To Host Volleyball Clinic

Sarah Akande, Sports Editor

October 9, 2019

The Legacy varsity volleyball team will host a volleyball clinic on Oct. 12 from 8:30 a.m to 11 a.m in the school gyms. Head volleyball coach, Amanda Shingleton, decided to host the volleyball clinic for the first time. “This is our first year to host this clinic,” Shingleton said. “We decided to ma...

Varsity Girls’ Golf Tees Up For The Season

Varsity Girls’ Golf Tees Up For The Season

Sarah Akande, Sports Editor

October 8, 2019

After she shot a 78 in the first round, 86 in the second and 78 in the third, sophomore Carley Bolding set a personal record with a total of 242 at her first golf tournament of the year. The season started off on Sept. 13 with a team total of 1055 and three new records for the girls’ varsity golf t...

Coach Jeffrey Lindsey: Standing In The Hall Of Fame

Coach Jeffrey Lindsey: Standing In The Hall Of Fame

Keonna Burnett, Staff Writer

October 7, 2019

Coach Jeffrey Lindsey teaches government and serves as the Head Girl’s Track coach and Cross Country coach. He is also an old face to Mansfield ISD but a new face to Legacy. Lindsey played basketball at Mansfield High School. Basketball was the highlight of every school day until his coaches insisted ...

Tennis Remains Undefeated

Tennis Remains Undefeated

Brinley Koenig, Editor-In-Chief

October 5, 2019

The scorching heat sears into the back of senior Mia Retnam’s neck as she lifts her racket and swings. She endures the heat to contribute to her team’s undefeated season.  After a month of summer practice and a new coach, the varsity tennis team remains undefeated for its fall season.  ...

Review: ‘Eurydice’

Review: ‘Eurydice’

Cameron Dudzinski, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

Legacy Theater students performed their fall show, “Eurydice” a Greek tragedy with a modern twist. The show follows the journey of Eurydice from life to death and love to loss. Being on the stage alone brings the viewer into a fuller experience, and before the show can even begin, the vibe of t...

Cross Country Begins Fall Season

Cross Country Begins Fall Season

Sembree Yeary, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

This past summer, junior Kristen Felan received an announcement from Jeffrey Lindsey, the new cross country coach: practice would start a month before scheduled. Eager to start the new season with a new coach, Felan and the cross country team prepared for the 6 mile practice runs in the park.  “We’...

Sebastian Zayas-Bazan: Life After Hurricane Maria

Sebastian Zayas-Bazan: Life After Hurricane Maria

Sembree Yeary, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

The first morning after the storm, Sebastian Zayas woke up in a house surrounded by destruction from the catastrophic events of the night before. He noticed the water coming from a leak in his roof and completely flooding two rooms. They tried to suck the water out of the room but eventually had to ...

Senior Named National Merit Scholar Semifinalist

Senior Named National Merit Scholar Semifinalist

Matthew McCoy, News Editor

October 1, 2019

On Sep 12, senior Yunah Song was announced as a National Merit Scholar Semifinalist. Song is among seven MISD students to receive this award this year and the only one from Legacy. “I made a score above the cut off from last year, so based on that I was hoping [I made semi finalist],” Song sa...

How To Become A VSCO Girl

How To Become A VSCO Girl

Jaden McKinnon, Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

Inescapable from Tik Tok, Instagram and the rest of the internet, VSCO girls have become a real-life meme. VSCO comes from the photo edit app known for its aesthetic filters and post. Girls and Boys all over have one goal, to become the ultimate VSCO queen.  Scrunchies  The 80’s and 90’s tren...

The Best of the Emmys

The Best of the Emmys

Micaih Thomas, Entertainment Editor

September 30, 2019

Emmy season has stormed through. This time around, the show stood as a form of simplistic progress within the industry. Nowadays, hosts center their sketches and skits around “wokeness” and try-hard progressivity. To be honest, this gives the award shows a more cringe feel. Thankfully, this year’s...