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A Broken Tradition or a Change for the Better?

A Broken Tradition or a Change for the Better?

Manasvi Reddy, Copy Editor

November 6, 2019

The Roundup Assembly has been a Rider-Old High week tradition for decades. Each year, Mr. and Ms. Raider nominees wow the audience with tricks and swing dancing, and the senior class puts on a skit that showcases their four years of high school.  However, there has been a change this year: The Roundup will now...

Rider Softball In Playoffs; Softball Currently In Round Two Of Games, Doing Well

Lauren Love, Reporter

May 21, 2012

After a shut out season and run ruling all teams except one the Rider softball team earned a spot in the playoffs and won District Champs. Softball head coach Alisha Crouch says winning district this year shutting out all teams felt great. “It’s feels awesome! We’ve had chances to win district...

Girls’ softball wins first game, eleven to zero

Lee Williamson

April 5, 2012

The Varsity Softball team won at their first district game last Monday against Little Elm with a final score of 11 against the Lobos’ 0. “We were very confident going in,” junior Ashley Sissel said. “We knew we were ready, the Lobos aren’t the hardest team we’ll be facing this season.”...

Energy drinks leave harmful side effects

Alexa Mauri

April 5, 2012

Everyone has seen the large cans of energy drinks in the convenience stores with their bright colors and catchy slogans. But what looks to be a harmless beverage, experts say is actually dangerous. Current freshman at Midland University, graduate of Rider High School’s Class of 2011, Sammy Hislop,...

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