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Soccer Getting Started

Asa Rice, Staff Writer

February 7, 2014

The Summit girls soccer team is a competitive and unified group of 18 set on beating each opponent they come upon. They are each solid individual soccer players who can come together and feed off each other to make and stop goals....

Soccer in Full Swing

Josue Muñoz, Staff Writer

February 7, 2014

The game known around the world as football or Fútbol, is known as soccer in the United States, and Summit began district play on Jan. 27 for junior varsity boys and Jan. 28 for varsity boys. Summit soccer has a good reputation...

They Got It, Hot Chocolate

Makaela McCoy, Staff Writer

February 6, 2014

The special education students are selling hot chocolate and coffee all day, everyday in D18. They have various types of condiments such as flavored creamers, marshmallows, and whipped cream. They are raising money not only for...

Blurred Lines

Angelo Chiarello, Staff Writer

January 15, 2014

Take a look around the game center of your house what do you see? Do you see games like Call of Duty, Battlefield, or maybe Grand Theft Auto? These are a few of many games that actively include violence in their gameplay. The...

Race Against the Clock

Kristen Tran, Staff Writer

January 14, 2014

The bell rings, and my friend bolts out the door of the portable. Her next class is on the other side of the building, and one more tardy means a detention. She’s typically a courteous and polite person, but today, she pushes...

Jags Sweep in First District Doubleheader

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

December 19, 2013

Tuesday night’s basketball games were the first of many district doubleheaders for Summit. In the girl’s game, neither team had a lead bigger than 10 in a nail-biting victory for the Lady Jaguars over Waxahachie. Meanwhile,...

Football Season Wrap-Up

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

December 12, 2013

For the fifth time in six playoff appearances, the Summit football team failed to make it past the second round of playoffs. The Jaguars lost to Wylie, 49-18, in their last game on Nov. 22, a game in which Summit didn’t see...

UIL to make 6A a Reality

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

December 5, 2013

Summit has a possibility to become 5A again for the first time in four years. The catch: the University Interscholastic League will also be creating a sixth division, 6A. There were rumors of the addition throughout the summer...

Jags Ready for the Next Round

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

November 22, 2013

This Friday, the Jaguars will look to do something they haven’t done in nearly a decade: get past the second round of playoffs. The last time they were able to do so was in 2004 when Summit beat San Angelo Central, 26-9, but...

Jags Lifted into Playoffs

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013

After losing their first three games of the season, Summit now finds themselves playing more than the 10 games they scheduled. With a win over Lancaster, the Jaguars ended the season in a tie for second in District 15-4A, making...

Down to One for Jags

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

November 7, 2013

With one game left in the season to decide who goes to playoffs, the goal for Summit is simple: win. A victory over Lancaster, a defending state finalist, would secure playoffs for the Jaguars. While Summit has the better record...

New Exemption Policy

Bethany Darwin, Editor

November 1, 2013

Students can look forward to having an additional excused absence and still be able to receive their exemptions for mid term finals. "The exemption policy haas been modified so now students are able to miss two days of school,"...

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