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Junior has hope for the future

Junior has hope for the future

Christina Keller, staff writer

January 22, 2013

For junior Cori Bonilla dancing is just a part of who she is. “It sounds cliché, but it’s true. I love dancing so much it’s just a part of who I am,” Bonilla said. She started dancing around the house when she was two years old. “My mom said I walked around having a dance party,”...

Italian Stallion tackles first football season

Italian Stallion tackles first football season

Julia Segebarth, Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

When junior Daniele Grassa first arrived at CMR he was faced with the difficult decision of playing a familiar sport, soccer, or discovering a new one, football.  “I play[ed] soccer in Italy. [I] want to try something new,” Grassa said. Not only is this his first year playing football, but...

Running in pink

Running in pink

Olivia Rudio, staff writer

November 1, 2012

It may have been the inspiration of her older sister, the drive of competiveness that runs in her family, but when sophomore varsity soccer player Payton Netz first started playing soccer, she was mostly concerned about the color of her soccer cleats. “When you were little you had to have everything...

Demanding “good mental mindset”

Demanding

Lindsey Buck, Editor-in-Cheif

October 30, 2012

While most were learning their ABC’s and hopscotch, sophomore Mark Solomon was watching the sun set on a field of green with a club in his hand. “I started playing when I was four. My dad introduced the game to me. He started paying for lessons and I got better,” Solomon said. With eleven...

Displaying pasion for the game

Displaying pasion for the game

Chandler Pomeroy, staff writer

October 30, 2012

Sitting in his car calm, cool, and collected, Senior Austin Schreder prepares for another hard day’s work. Schreder is a proud member of the CMR soccer team. He has been playing for the team since freshman year.  His love of the sport definitely shows since he has played from the age of three....

Passion for the game

Passion for the game

October 23, 2012

Broncos versus Raiders. Mere seconds left in the game. A 4-year-old boy glued to the passes and fumbles on the television with his uncle. That’s how sophomore Kameron Mims was introduced to the game of football. “I grew up playing football,” Mims said. Over the years, he has acquired a great...

It’s a mental mindset

It's a mental mindset

October 23, 2012

While most kids were learning their ABC’s and hopscotch, junior Mark Solomon was watching the sun set on a field of green with a club in his hand. “I started playing when I was four. My dad introduced the game to me. He started paying for lessons and I got better,” Solomon said. With 11 years...

Friendships, team support important

Friendships, team support important

October 23, 2012

For many, stepping outside their comfort zone means tasting an unusual food, talking to a stranger, or speaking to a large group of people.  But for sophomore Kendra Underwood, it means taking on a much larger commitment: volleyball. “I just wanted to try something new,” she said.  “I’ve...

There is only room for improvement

There is only room for improvement

October 9, 2012

If she had any free time, Junior KayDee Parsons wouldn’t know what to do with it. “I’m a competitive person,” she said. “I like having a sport all year around.” Parsons started being involved in sports at a young age. She plays softball, basketball, and most currently, volleyball. According...

10% talent, 90% talent

10% talent, 90% talent

September 28, 2012

Being one of the oldest girls on the golf team, sophomore Harly Rowe said she is devastated that she can’t lead her team to State. Instead, she is dealing with a Frank fracture; this is where Meta tarsals move into one another. It is a reoccurring injury from basketball season last fall. “If I...

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