The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The Take 2 series features brief weekly updates on the state or nation’s relevant news for the community.

Take Two: Nevada boy dies from brain-eating amoeba, Bubba Wallace suspended after altercation at Vegas race

Natalie Yarad, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

Nevada boy dies from brain-eating amoeba: On Wednesday Oct. 19, a Nevada resident died from a brain-eating amoeba; doctors speculate it was caused by a visit to Lake Mead. The rare amoeba, Naegleria fowleri,...

The band competed in the UIL Region 25 competition. Band pulled through and got the highest scores possible.

Band competes in region competition

Sydney Cole, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

The band competed Saturday, Oct. 15 at the UIL Region 25 in Prosper. The band went up against over 10 other schools from all over the state. The band scored all ones, receiving the highest scores possible. “Everyone...

Team 1082C stands in front of their bot. The team was ranked first in the qualification rounds with a match record of 6-0-0.

‘For the Love of Bots,’ robotics kicks off season

Sarah Hibberd, Editor-In-Chief October 19, 2022

Disks and engines swept the floor of the main gym Saturday as robotics kicked off the season with their For the Love of Bots tournament. Four of the high school teams made the top 10 with two winning judged...

FCA sings worship at fields of faith. Over 200 people came to the event.

FCA’s Field’s of Faith hits home for participants

Natalie Yarad, Staff Writer October 18, 2022

On Wednesday night, the Fellowship Of Christian Athletes (FCA) hosted the annual Fields of Faith event on the high school baseball fields at 6 p.m. FCA leaders and a guest speaker, former superintendent...

New H-E-B store opens up in Frisco, Texas. TRLs Addy McCaffity talks about the the long lines at the nes H-E-B and if its worth the wait.

New HEB opens in Frisco

Addy McCaffity, Staff Writer October 5, 2022

At 6 a.m. on Sept. 21, 1500 people stood waiting in the dark watching the sunrise hoping to get a headstart on shopping in the new Frisco HEB. HEB says they may have seen 1 million dollars in sales on...

October is breast cancer awareness month. Community members who have been affected by breast cancer want to promote early screenings.

October brings awareness, prevention

Audrey McCaffity, Section Editor October 4, 2022

Pink streamers and balloons cover the main gym of the high school as students file in for the annual pink out pep rally. Each year, the high school host a pink out pep rally in order to highlight breast...

The Take 2 series features brief weekly updates on the state or nation’s relevant news for the community.

Take 2: Youth targeted with ‘Rainbow Fentanyl,’ Dallas anesthesiologist poisons IV bags

Natalie Yarad, Staff Writer September 30, 2022

Young groups are being targeted with rainbow-colored fentanyl: From May to September, law enforcement has seized 36 million lethal doses of rainbow-colored fentanyl pills. The chemicals are bought in China...

Junior FCA leader Lorenzo Osteguin preaches values of God at the flagpole. See You at the Pole is an annual national event.

FCA’s annual ‘See You at the Pole’ makes a return

Sarah Hibberd, Editor-In-Chief September 29, 2022

Wednesday morning, the Fellowship of Christian Athlete’s annual event, See You at the Pole, made its return after being called off for two consecutive years during the pandemic. Students gathered around...

The speech and debate team had their first tournament of the year on Sept. 23 and 24. The Newman Smith Debate tournament was held in Carrollton.

Speech and debate attends first tournament of the year

Campbell Lester, Section Editor September 26, 2022

Speech and debate competed in their first tournament of the year on Sept. 23 and 24. The Newman Smith Debate tournament was held in Carrollton. Their next tournament is Oct. 29 in McKinney. The UIL State...

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