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The majority Senior Group, Commercial 4, performs a stunning piece entitled Underground, choreographed by senior Aaliyah Spurlock. They turned up the intensity of the dance near the end, performing the pictured lift.

Dancers go through the decades

Madalyn Propst , Staff Reporter May 23, 2023

On May 18 the Dance team celebrated a successful opening night to their yearly Spring Dance Showcase. Each year the show consists of dances from all of the dance classes and companies as well as the dance...

The varsity girls lacrosse team poses for a silly picture. The girls season ended with a record of 19-6.

Girls lacrosse ends a successful season

Nairie De Gregory, Staff Reporter May 2, 2023

  On Apr. 25, the girls varsity lacrosse season came to a close after being knocked out of the regional Sweet 16 tournament, losing 19-6 against Bartram Trail High School. Despite this loss, the...

Senior catcher Kylie Strott leading her team to yet another victory.

Pressure and performance

Madalyn Propst, Staff Reporter April 28, 2023

The 2023 Lady Patriots varsity softball team is breaking records this season, ranking second in the state and number 28 in the nation. The team boasts an impressive record of 19-3 overall and 6-0 with...

Senior Mya Mendoza poses in front of the welcome sign for Daytona State College, where she has recently announced her commitment to.

Committed to the future

Delaney Rosenblatt, Staff Reporter January 21, 2022

Applying for college and inevitably getting a decision is an exceptionally draining process. Over 4 million students submit college applications through Common App, an all-in-one college application service....

S.A.L.T. members smile for a photo during their October meeting. Together they built their leadership skills, and grew together.

Brantley’s Got S.A.L.T.

Rylee Malloy, Staff Reporter December 15, 2020

Brantley S.A.L.T. stands for Student Athletic Leadership Team. They are a group of student athletes who were selected by their coaches for demonstrating leadership qualities, a positive attitude, and...

Before conditioning, girls gather and sit in the shade before working out in the rigorous heat. Over the course of the 2 weeks, players fought through temperatures ranging from the high 80s to low 90s.

Girls soccer conditioning begins

Avery Ranum, Staff Reporter October 9, 2020

Although the fall season just officially began, winter sports are already ramping up. One of these sports is girls soccer, which kicked off conditioning practices on Monday, Oct. 5. These practices are...

Seattle Storm player Breanna Stewart smiles during her game against the Dallas Wings on Aug. 19, 2018. Before 2020, this was one of the last WNBA games she participated in, due to the injury she sustained while playing in Russia in 2019.

Gender Disparity: A Constant Foul for Professional Basketball

Grace Stoker, Sports Editor October 9, 2020

If you have been paying attention to sports during these last few months, you would know all about the National Basketball Association (NBA) Bubble and the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)...

The student section cheers on the varsity football team on Thursday, Sept. 17. Face masks were encouraged in the stands, but social distancing was not enforced. The varsity football team suffered a narrow loss against Lake Mary High School and the final score was 15-14.

How safe are sports?

Grace Stoker, Sports Editor October 4, 2020

On Aug. 31, following the approval of the Florida High School Athletics Association (FHSAA), the county announced that sports teams were officially allowed to practice for their upcoming games. According...

During the game against Dr. Phillips High School on March 4, freshman Jordan Sanchez slides to catch the ball from the catcher to tag out the runner.  “It’s a great feeling to know when you are helping your team out in any way, shape or form,”  Sanchez said.

Junior varsity baseball is divided into two teams

Joelle Wittig, Editor-in-Chief April 26, 2020

When 30 students made the junior varsity baseball team, the coaches knew they had to divide the players into two teams: white and grey. Each was composed of 15 students, split up based on their positions...

Ashley Klingenberg signs to the University of Florida on February 6th. Klingenberg was signing along with her mom, dad and twin sister.

Klingenberg signs to the University of Florida

Madison Harris, Business Manger April 1, 2020

Running is a tiring sport for one’s mind, body and soul. After years of training and racing, athletes can sometimes hit a wall in both their motivation and desire to continue within the sport. Senior...

The Triple Threat Breaks the Ice in Girls Ice Hockey

Emily Klingenberg, Staff Reporter February 23, 2017

The “triple threat”- sophomore Kyla Jones, junior Caitlyn Mariani, and senior Hayleigh Bodoh- play on the new Orlando Express Girls Hockey team and are making waves in the world of girls hockey. The...

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