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Ned Fowler Takes the Season

Ned Fowler Takes the Season

LeopardLife Sam Walton, Business Manager, and Will Doig, Sports Writer

December 1, 2017


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His hands now worn, Ned Fowler once dribbled many basketballs and have been used to coach countless others, passing and dribbling basketball after basketball as the lineage moved on from player to player, from Tyler, Texas Robert E. Lee High School and moved onto NBA All-Star Jimmy Butler, and also ...

Football team ends strong with hope for new seasons

Football team ends strong with hope for new seasons

LeopardLife Tyler Call, Sports Editor

November 27, 2017


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As the football season comes to an end for eighth- and seventh-grade teams. The coaches are overjoyed with the outcome of the season. The seventh-grade red team ended as undefeated district champions with a record of 8-0 and the seventh-grade black team ended with a record of 5-2-1. The eighth-grade red...

Volleyball season’s end: ‘Everyone did their best’

Volleyball season’s end: ‘Everyone did their best’

LeopardLife Anthony Morgello and Mathias Alling, Staff writers

November 15, 2017


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Kaitlyn Cole With the volleyball season's end, each team had several wins underneath their belt. The seventh-graders, who had their first year of school volleyball, had many wins, and the returning eighth-graders are doing just the same. As a final statement for their last season in middle school, the eighth-grade A t...

FAST and FURIOUS

FAST and FURIOUS

LeopardLife Ahmed Bouafif and Audrey McCaffity, staff writers

November 14, 2017


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As the cross country season progresses, the runners said they hope to improve with each meet.  In preparation for their first meet this week on Nov. 14, against Rockwall and Royse City runners worked out every morning.   Another meet is Nov. 28 in Rockwall.  The cross country season ends in December...

One season down and one to go

One season down and one to go

LeopardLife Anthony Morgello and Michael Modine, Staff Writers

November 3, 2017


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  With volleyball season ending this week and with football coming to an end next week, coaches shared their thoughts on on their seasons. The football seasons are coming to a close this Tuesday with the seventh-grade A and B teams playing Curtis at home, and the eighth-grade teams are playing away at Curtis. Lady leopards ended their season with eighth grade girls...

Cheerleaders spread school spirit despite injury risks

Cheerleaders spread school spirit despite injury risks

LeopardLife Tyler Call, Sports Editor

October 17, 2017


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With their ponytails and high spirits, many may not recognize the possible dangers cheerleaders take. Contrary to many beliefs, cheerleaders experience many injuries, some of which may be worse than what’s experienced by football players.   The numbers may seem confusing to some becau...

Color Guard: Spirit and dedication fly high

Color Guard: Spirit and dedication fly high

LeopardLife Margo Friloux, Staff Writer and Sam Walton, Business Manager

October 13, 2017


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  As the football team exits the field for a short break and intermission, on comes the color guard to center the field showcasing in 15 minutes of what took hours to perfect with a show-stopping performance during half-time. With colorful flags swaying, timely choreographed steps, and guard ...

Leopard football readies for season

Leopard football readies for season

LeopardLife Tyler Call, Sports Editor, Sam Walton, Asst. Sports and Business Editor

September 6, 2017


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Once again, as a new school season comes to a start, so does one of the most beloved sports in the state of Texas: football. The wait is over, a new year of football is underway as the Lovejoy Leopards are ready to head for the playoffs once again.    Willow Springs football teams have already hit ...

Harvey didn’t halt Leopard sports

Harvey didn’t halt Leopard sports

LeopardLife Tyler Call, Sports Editor, Sam Walton Business Manager, Riley McGowan, Yearbook Photo Editor, with Will Doig and Zach Dillard, sports writers

August 25, 2017


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With storms hitting the Texas coastline, Lovejoy High School football scheduled for Friday night against Denton High and tennis games against Seven Lakes and a Cross Country meet Saturday in Plano had players, runners and officials Friday afternoon waiting to see if the weather will hinder their sport...

WSMS’ own, Mrs. Novicke, runs in Boston Marathon

WSMS’ own, Mrs. Novicke, runs in Boston Marathon

LeopardLife Tyler Call, Staff Writer

May 2, 2017


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For the past 120 years, people from all over the world gathered in Massachusetts for 26 long, exhausting, and painful miles of running. This year, WSMS’ own eighth-grade U.S history teacher, Allison Novicke, qualified for the 2017 Boston Marathon. Every year since 1897, the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) has held the Boston Marathon in Bosto...

TIME and TEMPO- tennis finishes season strong and looks to more fall practice

TIME and TEMPO- tennis finishes season strong and looks to more fall practice

LeopardLife Adam Pool and Sam Walton, Staff Writers

April 28, 2017


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  As tennis wraps up, this season,  next year, student will get to participate in tennis as an all-year-around sport. While tennis comes to a close,  players said they know all of their efforts and hard work has been used for one thing and one thing only, tennis. The boys end their se...

Lacrosse gets ready for playoffs

Lacrosse gets ready for playoffs

LeopardLife Ryan Wang and Sam Walton, Staff Writers

April 26, 2017


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Lacrosse has been a subtle sport for America. Our school however adapts to this sport, giving students a chance to have fun and play the sport. The Iroquois were the first native American tribe to play lacrosse, and are believed to have invented it. The first sighting of lacrosse being played was...

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