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Spring Training: 2017

Spring Training: 2017

Megan Wedgeworth
March 9, 2017
Filed under Sports

What are your plans for Spring Break this year? Have you thought about attending any of the Spring Training events for baseball this season? There a many events occurring over spring break in Arizona across the valley. Phoenix, Surprise, Glendale, etc; are all holding spring training events. Teams...

Fighting Lobos Going for Gold

Fighting Lobos Going for Gold

Jordan Parker, Staff
October 7, 2016
Filed under High School, Sports

La Joya's basketball team was very solid last year, only to fall short in the playoffs. Now, they look to finished unfinished business. The Fighting Lobos started last season 11-0, they now look to piggyback on last season, and go all the way this year. The Lobos have high expectations every year,...

Students, Not Robots!

Students, Not Robots!

Dshaun Pitre, staff
October 7, 2016
Filed under News, School

"Exhaustion, students seem to far a lot of this days. Between school, home,work, homework, sports, and other extra curricular activities there's no time in the day" Marina Darinda says, from ASU university."Schools expect not enough now a days, but too much." With the expectation of waking up about...

One Peaceful Protest From Kaepernick Spreads Like Wild Fire

One Peaceful Protest From Kaepernick Spreads Like Wild Fire

Ananda Haskins, Staff
October 1, 2016
Filed under High School, Sports

On September 16th all players on the Seattle Garfield High School football team and coaching staff knelt (took a knee) during the National Anthem. An image of the gesture circulated around social media. Kaepernick's protest has caught the attention of teen athletes from several different high schools. ...

Sports, Sports, Sports…Where’s the Art?

Sports, Sports, Sports…Where’s the Art?

Aysia Johnson, Staff
September 15, 2016
Filed under Art, Connecting the Pack, High School, Sports

In many different schools the so to speak stereotype is that sports are more emphasized and invested in more than the fine arts. It's vital  to get to the bottom of the reason and get some of the student body’s opinion. Went to interview two students and these two students have different perspectives...

Opportunities on Campus

Opportunities on Campus

September 9, 2016
Filed under Connecting the Pack, News, School

La Joya Community High School has many clubs, sports teams, and extracurricular activities that keeps students involved. Almost every teacher on our campus has a club of their own interest. Ms. Gorgan, a sophomore English teacher has her own feminism club and when asked what kind of opportunity it offers said, “I think feminism gives everyone,...

Time For The Champ

Time For The Champ

Jesus Solano
December 18, 2015
Filed under Sports, Uncategorized, World

Did you miss out in the semifinals this weekend? Well just to let you know Pumas And Tigers passed to the finals they well be played on Thursday December 10 and Sunday December 13 the first game will be home on Tigers field second game will be hosted at Pumas home field. Tigers is favored to win these...

Varsity Volleyball Girls Strike Victory

Jacob Arrendondo and Evelyn Encinas
September 20, 2015
Filed under School, Sports

On September 14, La Joya's Varsity Volleyball girls struck victory against Sierra Linda high school's Varsity volleyball team with a score of 15-13 in the last set. We had the chance to catch up with Jasmine Garcia, a senior, the libero and #5 of the team. We asked what was the most important and...

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