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Breaking News: Senior Graduates High School

Breaking News: Senior Graduates High School

Bea Lunardini, Senior Editor May 16, 2022

It is with very mixed feelings that I, Bea Lunardini, announce my official resignation from the County Line newspaper, otherwise known as my graduation. I have only had the pleasure of writing for the...

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Senior Year Survival Guide: Rickelle Edition

Rickelle Henderson November 30, 2021

Being in high school is stressful, when thinking about it in 4 year terms, college applications and responsibilities you have to overcome and work through. Senior Year in my opinion is one of the most...

Amelia Flynt

Amelia Flynt

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief May 19, 2021

“My favorite memory of this season is looking up at my family after throwing 173 feet on my first try and knowing I was going to be a double state champion.” After two record breaking throws at...

Anika Ravishankar

Anika Ravishankar

Angel Huang, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

It started from a single Starbucks peach refresher and a cute caption in freshman year. Now, as a senior, Anika Ravishankar has a growing Instagram business called Hungriehoney with a current following...

Kyna McGill

Kyna McGill

Oliver Capito, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

Three presidential volunteer service awards, two awards from the rodeo, the state face seal for art, an international dean’s list finalist, leader of the robotics club. Senior Kyna McGill has all kinds...

Salutatorian Zara Shipchandler poses in front of the University of Texas at Austin tower on April 18, 2021.

Zara Shipchandler

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, News Editor May 18, 2021

In 2019, Zara Shipchandler spent three weeks of her summer at an immersion program at Harvard University. “The summer I spent at Harvard was one of the most memorable experiences I have ever had,”...

Ethan Onianwa

Ethan Onianwa

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief May 17, 2021

“My parents actually didn’t want me to play football at all,” senior Ethan Onianwa said. “We had just moved here from Nigeria when I was 6 years old, and my mom said ‘You’re never going to...

Elias Gettemy

Elias Gettemy

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief May 5, 2021

 “It pretty much went from zero to 100. Before then, I hadn’t really looked at playing the cello as more than just a hobby, a passion, an activity in high school.”  Senior Elias Gettemy first...

Senior Daniel Yang receives first place in math at State for Academic Decathlon

Daniel Yang

Angel Huang, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

As the end of the school year begins to crawl closer and closer, the final moments of high school begin to dwindle for soon-to-be graduated seniors, one of which is Daniel Yang.  “Good is a relative...

Senior Avery Wang takes pictures at Lady Bird Johnson Wildlife Center in March of 2019.

Avery Wang

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, News Editor April 28, 2021

When she entered high school, senior Avery Wang wasn’t sure if she should continue yearbook, which she had done for two years in middle school. She decided to pay a visit to the then journalism advisor...

Zhangs painting, Out of the Shadows, won her state recognition at the VASE art contest.

Kelly Zhang

Oliver Capito, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

The colors seem to burst out of the pictures. Blues, reds, yellows, every color on the spectrum seems to be popping out in a way that makes the picture cohesive. This seems to be the best way to describe...

Senior Joseph Kohlmaier (middle) competes in a December marching band competition.

Joseph Kohlmaier

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor in Chief April 28, 2021

“I never would’ve considered becoming a band director without the energy they have and that they impart on their students. They’ve inspired me to pursue what I love and share that love with as many...

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