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Sports makes strong push to CCS

By Harold Rucker III

November 6, 2017

Sport teams have huge standards to live up to, after the last few successful years, such as boys water polo, girls volleyball, cross country, girls tennis and girls golf. Cross country won their league championship, thanks to runners junior Ryan Ma, senior Elena Kamas and junior Sammy Lieberman along with l...

Insight to this year’s color guard season

By Harley Anderson

October 11, 2017

The color guard season started off with their first performance on Sept. 8 during the football team’s first home game. The team kicked off the season well during their first performance at the Mustang Stadium, showing what the new freshman have in store for upcoming performances. This season will be ...

Homestead’s aspiring athletes

By Renee Wang, Reporter

October 9, 2017

When we hear about famous athletes, we hear about their stunning athletic ability and the gold, silver and bronze that dangle around their necks. But, what we do not hear is what shaped them to be the athletes they are today, and the challenges that have shaped their journeys. HHS boasts many notable ...

Mustang victory rings through Fremont yet again

Mustang victory rings through Fremont yet again

By Brandon Welty

August 27, 2017

The annual rivalry game between HHS and FHS took place last Friday. This year, the two schools faced off against one another at Fremont High School. The game, dubbed the “Battle of the Bell,” takes place at each school’s campus every other year as their respective football teams fight it out to wi...

Diving into CCS

Diving into CCS

By Skylar Cunniff

May 2, 2017

The girls varsity divers who qualified for CCS are looking forward to the meet on May 12. Diving may be an individual sport, but they all work together to improve their skills for meets. So far only three girls, varsity captain junior Anna Dupin, freshman Shannon Johnson Guthrie and sophomore Jessy Ch...

Diving into a new season

Diving into a new season

By Skylar Cunniff

April 4, 2017

The girls varsity and JV diving teams did well at the meet on Thursday, March 30.  The diving team’s score is combined with the swim team’s score to make the total score of the meet. Each dive is given a score based on the difficulty, technique, how close to the board and how big of a splash the...

Under pressure

Under  pressure

By Brittany Prock

March 5, 2017

A fter receiving a first-round bye, the boys basketball team lost their second-round CCS game to Independence High School (IHS) on Friday, Feb. 24. Prior to Friday’s game, junior guard Eric Sathy said he hoped to get “two or three games out of [CCS].” Though the game had a slow start, ...

Basketball teams support breast cancer awareness

Basketball teams support breast cancer awareness

By Izzy La Rue

February 8, 2017

Breast cancer awareness is not only recognized in October. HHS Cancer Society organized Pink Night in conjunction with the JV and Varsity basketball teams in the big gym on Jan. 27 to support breast cancer awareness. Players of all teams wore pink shirts saying “United we fight” to show their ...

Boys varsity impresses in first rivalry game

Boys varsity impresses in first rivalry game

By Brittany Prock

January 29, 2017

T he boys varsity basketball team collected their fourth league win Friday, Jan. 20 against FHS. Senior Tyler Liston, center and power forward, said prior to big games coach Shawn Hook does not have the boys practice for a specific team, but more for a specific play the other team might run. Prio...

Freshman shines on the field

Freshman shines on the field

By Brendan Kane

January 4, 2017

The girls soccer team lost many upperclassmen last year due to graduating seniors and time committed juniors leaving spots open to fill. According to Maxpreps some of the juniors lost include Isabella Rosado, Margo Thornton, Laura Salvaggio, and Kristina Claras. One of the new four freshman players fulfilling...