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Senior Fiona Rose Thomas delivers the ball upfield on a indirect free kick. The varsity girls tied the Sept. 22, preseason game against Cleveland 1-1.

An interview with Fiona Rose Thomas

Bella Pannoni, Staff Writer December 2, 2022

Tell me how you would like people to remember you?  (Laughing) Positively. I want to be remembered as a good person who made a good impact.  Three adjectives you would want people to say about...

Senior Laila Vickers plays Mrs. Greer in the fall play. She gave instructions to the maids played by junior Quinlyn Walsh and sophomore Anyssa Santangelo. The Importance of Being Earnest was Vickers seventh show during her time at Central.

Catching up with Laila Vickers

Jaymi Robinson November 17, 2022

What is it like being in drama? It is essential and fun being in a drama. It gives me something to look forward to at the end of the day and provides space for community and family creativity. … Drama...

Senior Tristan Sullivan finishes the OSAA 6A state meet on the track at Lane Community College on Saturday, Nov. 5. Sullivan completed the rainy course with a time of 16:30.3.

Week of Nov. 7

Reed Newton, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

     On Saturday, Nov. 5 senior Tristan Sullivan ran in the boys 6A state meet in Eugene. He finished in 56th place with a time of 16:30.3.      "It was an amazing feeling being able to compete...

Sophomore Levi Hagstette produces and sells clothes and accessories at local markets and even the Oregon Convention Center.

Levi Hagstette, a creator and innovator

Ten Pogson, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

     Sophomore Levi Hagstette produces and sells clothes and accessories at local markets and even the Oregon Convention Center. He makes his items based on his own ideas, and he takes commissions from...

Art club has plans for a busy year. Vice President Nathan Monroe-Ramberg posed for a photo while in London over the summer.

Art Club relaunches mural project

Henry Allen, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

     The Art Club has gone through some changes due to conditions in the past years. During the COVID-19 pandemic, art students were forced into their homes and were not able to create art together....

Sophomore Shelby Knutson and the rest of the Song team perform to Crazy in Love by Beyonce at the Back to School Assembly. Knutson enjoyed the experience. “It was super fun, the team looked great. Everyone worked very cohesively together and had fun and smiled. It just went really well.”

Shelby Knutson brings energy to Song

Zoe Rector, Staff Writer October 4, 2022

Sophomore Shelby Knutson begins her second year on varsity Song Q: What was your experience like performing at the Back-to-School Assembly? A: “It was super fun, the team looked great. Everyone...

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