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The Tom Landry Classic on Sept. 1 secured the Leopards’ first win, 42-26. The Leopards jumped off to an early lead and were led by senior running back Jahi Rainey’s 281 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

The senior class stands at the front of the jungle and cheers for the Leopards as they run to the endzone.
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Grace Nguyen, Section Editor

Junior Grace Nguyen spends her Friday nights getting tackled by athletes in the ‘danger zone’ at every football game while taking photos. Although this may sound like an unpleasant way to spend time at football games, it’s one of Grace’s favorite parts of the school year. During her third year of being on The RedLedger staff, Grace will be a photographer and the graphic design editor. She can be found standing on the sidelines taking photos at every sporting event or laying on the ground for a good portrait angle anywhere in the school. Although most of her time is spent in the newsroom, she loves putting in work on the softball field, volunteering around the community, hanging out around her church, and eating as much guacamole as humanly possible. Grace takes pride in the hard work she puts into everything. She owes softball for teaching her perseverance, and newspaper for giving her the confidence she needs to be a better photographer. She also attributes much of her success to her life hack where she puts Halo Top into her 30 oz Yeti cup. Grace hopes that this year she can create photos and graphics that tell a story and make an impact on staffers’ lives- just like LHS alumni Nicole Genrich, Katie Felton, and Nick Smith did for her.  

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Shae Daugherty, Section Editor

Junior Shae “Sha-Sha” Daugherty is often sporting a combination of a grin so wide even the joker would have to stop laughing out of respect, her infamous pair of heart-shaped sunglasses, and enthusiastic dancing (complete with spot-on lip-syncing). It is rumored that she never really leaves the newsroom, not only because she beats her adviser there, but also because she is often the last to leave. Shae’s photography phase has lasted a long time- five years.. She is delighted to work alongside the wonderful editors, but even more so to take on the responsibilities of Photo Editor. Either junior year has nothing on Sha-Sha, or she is happily oblivious to the complexity of her classes. Either way, she is planning on enjoying herself every day. She loves to make friends and hopes to touch the lives of the staffers the same way as the recent TRL alumni Nick Smith, Nicole Genrich, Katie Felton, Katie Bardwell, Hannah Ortega, and Anna Stockton. Standing at 5”10, she certainly doesn’t need heels, but she wouldn’t be caught dead without them. Let her leave you with this one piece of advice–keep your heels, head, and standards high.

 

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Kelsey Carroll, Section Editor

The fact that junior Kelsey Carroll owns and frequently wears 12 pairs of “Harry Potter” themed socks basically sums her up. She believes there’s no way anyone can ever own enough crazy socks (no matter the occasion), and there’s definitely no way anyone can love “Harry Potter” more than she does. Outside of school, Kelsey can often be found sitting on her bed editing photos until her laptop battery dies, which is her signal to start doing homework. Before the school day even begins, Kelsey spends her early mornings swimming countless laps until second period starts. She’s constantly surrounded by music, as Kelsey never takes out her earbuds- except when she’s practicing the cello or ukulele. Kelsey will never get tired of taking photos at football games on the sidelines no matter how many field goals and touchdowns she sees through the lens. Although she’s pretty soft spoken, Kelsey hopes to put her many words into writing as she continues to write for The Red Ledger this school year. Kelsey can’t wait to tackle her roles as community editor, photographer, and social media editor during her third year on staff.

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