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Matt Bolden

Matt Bolden, Photographer

Everyone always says “third time’s the charm,” but Junior Matt Bolden finds that hard to believe. In his 16 years of life, Bolden never dreaded anything more than his third year of high school. Running solely on Starbucks and Britney Spears, Bolden somehow finds a way to juggle the responsibilities of junior year such as college applications, AP classes, TRL and marching band. Even with his busy schedule, Bolden always makes room for his friends and anyone who needs help. In his (limited) free time Bolden likes to binge Netflix, (currently “Lucifer” and “The Good Place”). He also collects “Sillybandz,”writes short stories and drinks what some would consider to be an unhealthy amount of coffee. Bolden is somewhat excited for the opportunities before him but for right now is just glad to live in the moment with the people he cares about.

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[Photo] Giving through Gatorade

Mathias Alling, Section Editor
February 2, 2022
Junior defender no. 2 Hunter Reck, junior goalkeeper no. 1 Noah Nguyen, junior forward no. 3 Caden Carlock and senior midfielder no. 17 Nico Aguilar celebrate after Tuesdays game. The Leopards tied with The Colony 2-2 but won the penalty kick 4-1.

Photo Gallery: Soccer begins district play

Matt Bolden, Staff Photographer
January 27, 2022
Freshman Dominique Iannarelli encourages other racers on the path. Iannarelli placed ninth in her division with a time of 25:26.38.

Photo Gallery: Running Over Depression

Matt Bolden, Staff Photographer
November 17, 2021
Student teacher Jodi Laborett assists sophomore Grant Pursifull with an english assignment. Laborett works with many teachers including Tamara Sakura and Laura Pikl.

[Photo] Aiding new ages

November 8, 2021
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