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Athletes of the month: Amy Yang & Maddie Vang

Athletes of the month: Amy Yang & Maddie Vang

Hnouci Lee, Reporter

November 11, 2012


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Two ladies have been announced Athlete of the Week on ihigh.com, a website for video footages that involves high school athletes. Amy Yang, a senior, and Maddie Vang, a junior, have both constantly engaged in scoring for past soccer games. The two transferred to Harding only last year. They both ...

Girl Soccer Update

Karen Herrera, Reporter

November 11, 2012


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Harding’s girls soccer team this year shares the title of conference champions with Central. Harding has not shared or won this title since 1987. The team has not only shown their talents out on the field, but they are also getting recognized as well. Amy Yang, captain of the Varsity team, has b...

Beacon’s Athlete of the Month: Captain Antonio Wagener

Beacon’s Athlete of the Month: Captain Antonio Wagener

Hnouci Lee, Reporter

October 7, 2012


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After four years of Varsity Football for Harding, this year Antonio Wagener is a senior, the captain of the football team, and the Varsity quarterback. His leadership has brought success to the undefeated football team. Wagener pumped up the team on Sept. 14 against Johnson Senior High. The team came...

Girl’s soccer wins

Girl’s soccer wins

Megan Lehmkuhl, Reporter

October 7, 2012


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The Harding Girls Soccer team has won many games so far this year; they have one eight out of their nine games. They have a strong team of girls who are not only great at what they do, but they also have a strong support system. Everyday they are out on the field at practices or kicking butt at their...

Harding’s victory over Johnson

Harding’s victory over Johnson

Chloe Moore

September 17, 2012


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  The Harding Knights celebrating their recent victory over Johnson. This friday at the game was the first time in years that our football team defeated Johnson. We won 20-15 in an action-packed game. Congrats, Knights!

Variety of options open to students who want to participate in fall sports

Variety of options open to students who want to participate in fall sports

Alex Roman, Reporter

September 7, 2012


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All fall sport practices began on August 15. It may seem like a hassle to practice during the summer with busy schedules, but to tennis player Suney Yang, "[It's] easy if you got everything planned out.” Planning is one way to ensure you don't get stressed out because of a busy schedule. It also...

Four outstanding athletes who made a difference at Harding

Four outstanding athletes who made a difference at Harding

Eh Eh, Reporter

May 24, 2012


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Balancing school work and sports can be difficult but four senior athletes have managed to perform well in both sports and academics. Suggested by Mr.Keenan, Dustin Ellsworth, Viseth Koumarn, David McClain and Sergio Huerta are all outstanding athletes and students that deserve recognitions. “Set...

Ka Bao Yang wins Athena Award

Hnouci Lee, News and Sports Editor

May 6, 2012


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These ladies are recognized for their student behavior, leadership with their participating sport, and as an overall person. This year, Harding’s Athena Award was presented to Ka Bao Yang. Many ladies were nominated, but it came down to voting and was decided that Yang had gotten the award for her...

Softball girls ready to pitch this season

Hnouci Lee, News and Sports Editor

March 31, 2012


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 The trees are rushing, the sand is flying, and game faces are on. Softball ladies are ready to take on their competitors this season. Team captains are encouraging their fellow players to give it their all this season. Most of the girls for the varsity team are returning and are determined to score...

Rebuilding another champion team

Rebuilding another champion team

Chloe Moore, Opinion and Variety Editor

March 31, 2012


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This year, as Harding goes up against its rivals in the sport of badminton, not everyone is confident with the new team. “We lost a lot of good people last year, and we are missing a couple people this year,” said Tracy Hrouda, the head coach. “We have a lot of inexperienced players, so we might...

Giants vs. Patriots: a rematch for the ages

Nuna Vang, Reporter

April 17, 2010


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Even a fan of the Giants and the Patriots cheered for their team to win, only one team won the football championship of 2011. The New York Giants beat the Patriots, 21-17. Giants had emerged a victor. For the Patriots, it was just another bitter of loss, a savage repeat of their nearly undefeated 20...

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