Connecting the Pack at La Joya Community High School

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Connecting the Pack at La Joya Community High School

Eye of the Lobo

Connecting the Pack at La Joya Community High School

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2021 SEC Softball Tournament: Results, recaps, scores, updates - Team Speed KillsBating to a home run isn’t easy but something that is easy is trying as a team. Softball takes 9 people on a field hitting, stealing, and sliding to be able to bring a teammate home. Being a student-athlete comes with a lot of obstacles and to be able to do school and practice can be challenging but our La Joya Lobos girls’ softball work hard every single day to achieve their goals.

With the 2022 school year our girls are appreciated to be able to play the sport they love. On March 10th the girls took a win against the Westview Knights with a score of 18 to 7. Our girls are learning new things every single day with our new coaches this year. The girls learned win or lose it is a team sport we win together; we lose together, and we grow off our mistakes. The way the girls have improved since the first time they showed up on pre-season and tryouts has been amazing their coach are very proud of them.

The girls always have so much energy in the dugout. Always bringing each other up on good or bad days and are always there for each other no matter what, they are always cheering each other on as they are batting and they commuting to each other. 

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Laylana Vazquez
Laylana Vazquez, Editor
Laylana Vazquez is an astonishing photographer and journalist at La Joya Community High School in Avondale, Arizona. She is a Senior currently taking the 2023-2024. Advanced Digital Communication Class and upcoming SkillsUSA competitor. She is taking the class in hopes of learning and enhancing her skills in photography and journalism. She has only been a La Joya for four years. A lot has happened to her over her time online and on campus here at La Joya Community High School that has helped her improve as a photographer which allows her to be able to help other. She plans to one day go on to competition for photography and Journalism. She made a promise to herself that she would succeed and present the best work possible. Laylana one day hoped to purse a career in photography/videography or business. She will go off to college, hoping to receive a master’s degree to become a business entrepreneur, while also pursuing and continuing as an astonishing photographer and videography. She hopes that as she grows, she will get to observe the growth of her and her colleagues.

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