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Jags Win First of the Season

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

October 3, 2013

Filed under News, Sports, Top Stories

It may have gone down to the final seconds but the Jaguars finally have their first win of the season. Summit scored a season-high 38 points on Waxahachie in route to the victory. It took five weeks into the season for the...

Jags Preparing for District Play

Josh Martella, Staff Writer

September 26, 2013

Filed under News, Sports, Top Stories

While they’ve started off with an 0-3 record, the Jaguars will have a chance to redeem themselves this week when district play begins. This is the most critical portion of the season as it determines who reaches the playoffs...

Valedictorian in the Making

Camilla Nwokonko, Staff Writer

May 15, 2013

Filed under Features, Top Stories

Fifteen minutes. That is all senior Nick Toliver allows himself as free time on a day- to-day basis. This free time usually consists of kicking his feet up, eating and just reflecting on the past day. Toliver is a student renowned...

EOC Post-Testing Schedule

Bethany Darwin, Co-Editor

May 6, 2013

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

EOC and AP testing will be held the week of May 6 – May 10.  After testing, all students are to report to classes. Having us attend classes after we have been testing an doing tutorials all day is useless. Our brains...

Nine Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Bethany Darwin, Co-Editor

April 26, 2013

Filed under News, Sports, Sports, Top Stories

A culmination of time, effort, and hard work paid off for nine senior athletes as they signed their national letters of intent on April 17. “From a coach’s standpoint, you are mostly proud of the student athletes,” head...

College Comeback

Bethany Darwin, Co-Editor

April 26, 2013

Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

With a broken hip and pelvic bone, Lykia Harper knew that the chances of finding a college that would take her were slim to none. She was wrong. “I was talking to schools before my accident happened,” Harper said. “After...

Hallway Runway

Paige Baselice, Staff Writer

March 26, 2013

Filed under Fashion, Opinion, Opinion, Top Stories

Trying to look the best we can in high school can potentially prepare us for the future that lies ahead. By caring about our appearance, we may gain respect of others. However, some may argue that looking our best now should not...

Kicking Down Barriers

Chelcee Bester, Staff Writer

March 19, 2013

Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

When people leave replacement is hard and that spot never becomes completely full. With a bond so close, overcoming those empty spaces is a challenge that has to be faced. The Lady Jag varsity soccer team has had some big shoes...

Put It Down, Save a Life

Mariah Mercado and Bethany Darwin, Staff Writer and Co-Editor

February 26, 2013

Filed under News, Top Stories

The Put It Down, Save a Life program (previously known as The Every 15 Minutes Program) is designed to prevent individuals from drinking or texting while driving. “Put It Down, Save a Life is meant to raise awareness for...

Lady Jags Look to Repeat History

Chelcee Bester, Staff Writer

January 22, 2013

Filed under Sports, Sports, Top Stories

Ending off the year by winning the 2011-12 State Championship, the Lady Jags are at it once again. By recruiting new members such as Britney Breedlove, Kenna Kelly, Taylor Jones, Stylz Sanders, and Janeen Johnson, the Jags look...

Running Through Obstacles

Marisa Peal, Staff Writer

October 10, 2012

Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

Tobi Fawehinmi can’t shoot an arrow, he can’t toss a shot-put. He can do what he does best. That’s run. He suffered nerve damage during birth that left him without most of the use of his left arm. That didn’t stop him...

iPad Distribution Begins

Camilla Nwokonko, Staff Writer

September 25, 2012

Filed under News, Top Stories

After weeks of anticipation for the new iPads as Summit watched from the sides at their friends from other districts with iPads, Summit has finally gotten its turn. iPad deployment began on Sept. 25. Principal Jimmy Neal said...

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