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Splashing into State

Jenny Jiang, Staff Writer
February 8
Filed under Sports, Swimming

Cougars dominated the regional swim meet this past weekend with a team championship, scoring 79.5 points over the second place team. Girls swimming received second place overall, while the boys received first place for the fourth year in a row. These athletes start their days off by jumping into the cold poo...

No vaccination for Senioritis

No vaccination for Senioritis

Dominique Bai, Design Editor
February 3
Filed under Voice

I sit there staring at my calculus homework, hoping it disappears, but it still lies there waiting for me to solve its problems. Every time I lift up my hand, it just drops back down like a dead fish, and I resort back to the Internet and put the seemingly evil Calculus homework off to the side. I’ll do ...

County Line surveys seniors about future plans

County Line surveys seniors about future plans

Michelle Chong, Co-Editor in Chief
May 6
Filed under News

The County Line staff is currently surveying seniors on their college/future plans for the senior edition of the newspaper. The deadline to answer the poll was on May 10. Submissions for the poll are closed.

Mission Possible: Seniors make difference, travel to Jamaica over spring break

Mission Possible: Seniors make difference, travel to Jamaica over spring break

Gabrielle Deckelman, Features Editor
April 17
Filed under Features

“Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14 This scripture was used as an inspiration for seniors Francesca Crichton, Hayley Lang, Lori Schaefer, and Nikki Sobolik, who traveled to Hempstead, Jamaica over spring...

Senior girls dominate squad

Senior girls dominate squad

Rachel Childress, staff writer
December 7
Filed under Soccer, Sports

This year’s girls varsity soccer team is experiencing a change in leadership as the competitive season starts with the Lamar game Jan. 13. "There is a lot of potential and they are really hard workers," junior midfielder Natalie Black said. "we have a really strong team this year both on and off...

Violinist discovers power of music, pursues music therapy

Violinist discovers power of music, pursues music therapy

Michelle Chong, Features Editor
May 15
Filed under Features

There are some things she can remember clearly about him. When she could not sleep at night, he would sing "You’ll be in my heart" by Phil Collins from the Disney movie Tarzan. He used to take her to Galveston Beach to swim. He taught her music. Most of all, he was her loyal companion to the very end...

Student pursues musical composition at Urbana-Champaign

Student pursues musical composition at Urbana-Champaign

Molly Wade, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under Features

The music industry is something rarely thought of as a probable career. Senior Bert Zhang is one student who is on his way to majoring in music composition. He will be attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign this coming fall. “When I was five my mom signed me up for piano lessons...

Finding ways to fill ‘gaps’

Ellie Sedgwick, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under Features

Most students have a very clear idea of what they are going to do after high school. They might go to their parents’ old school, or go to one that specifies in the job they want the most. But for senior Naomi Mather, she has a different idea. “I am taking a gap year, because I honestly have...

Jaska goes hard ‘Corps’

Madeline Brisson, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under Features

Legacy plays a big role in Texas Agriculture and Mechanical College’s Corps of Cadets, but it is not that senior Rob Jaska feels he must follow in his family’s footsteps. It is rather that after hearing all of his family’s great experiences with the program, he cannot help but feel inclined to si...

Seniors lead squad into playoffs

Seniors lead squad into playoffs

Camryn Fuller, staff writer and Shaun Lal, Sports Editor
November 3
Filed under Football, Sports

From the 99 boys sharing one sideline, 75 are now preparing to part as men. The seniors on the varsity football team have dedicated their time, energy, and health to the back-breaking pressures of the game they love, but as their final season approaches its closing whistle, the seniors look up to the...

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