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FUHS students and their jobs

FUHS students and their jobs

Karen Martinez, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018

For teenagers, having a job can be a big deal. It not only signifies that students are quickly approaching adulthood, but it allows students to learn to take on new responsibilities. Jobs teach students how to manage their time and find a balance between school, extracurriculars, and a job. Today, it’s co...

Which decade do you belong in?

Which decade do you belong in?

Gillian Hodgden, News and Feature Editor

October 2, 2018

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Freshman Eliza Lynch strives for success

Eliza Lynch launching the ball during a match

Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

October 2, 2018

For freshman Eliza Lynch, playing varsity tennis allows her to improve at a sport she loves. Lynch faced a lot of pressure during her preseason match against El Dorado. “We weren’t really expecting to win because El Dorado has a really good tennis team and we didn’t win,” Lynch said. ...

Joshua Miller: National Merit Scholar

Joshua Miller, National Merit Scholar

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

September 28, 2018

Senior Joshua Miller was recently named a National Merit Scholar for his achievements on the PSAT/NMSQT. National Merit Scholar is an honor given to the top 1 percent of students in the country, or qualifying students receiving a high score on the PSAT/NMSQT their junior year. “Being a National M...

FUHS band and choir perform the national anthem at Angel Stadium

Photo Cred: Kalana Ricklef

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018

The FUHS Instrumental and Choral Music programs performed at Angel Stadium Sept. 15 and 16. Both programs performed the national anthem for thousands of baseball fans along with other schools in the area. Sophomore Vincent Alatorre, part of the choral music program, describes the practice necessary for t...

FUHS girls’ tennis prepares for the start of the season

Photo Cred: Alexandra Williams

Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

September 20, 2018

As all athletes prepare for the fall season, girls’ tennis is looking ahead with optimism. Junior Lana El Djoundi and Senior Anna Coleman are looking forward to a great season. “As the captain this season, I want to encourage the freshman and anyone who hasn’t played before to keep going even ...

Girl’s golf swings into season

Photo Cred: Megan Kim

Megan Kim, Opinion/Copy Editor

September 14, 2018

The FUHS girls golf team started their pre-season on Aug. 21 where they fell to California High School 260-289. Although they had a rough start to their season, the girl’s golf team has kept their heads up--and has won since their first match when they played against Western High school--and ho...

Cross Country starts another season

Photo Cred: Carlos Rivera

Audry Jeong, Copy/Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 12, 2018

Cross country is off to another great season. With the recent instatement of a new coach, Adriana Valdez, the team is working harder than ever. Junior Presli Dillon has a love for running and cross country. Dillon among many others has expressed a lot of enthusiasm for the sport. “Cross country i...

Football takes on El Modena

Football takes on El Modena

Madison Velez, Sports Editor

September 7, 2018

Fullerton Football plays tonight at 7 p.m. against El Modena at home. The boys are going into tonight’s game with a record of 2-1. They started off the season with a win against Santa Fe High School 24-19 and the following week a loss against Whittier 21-0 at home and a win against Golden Val...

Boy’s water polo looks forward to season

Photo by: Cindy Calmese

Matthew Ballin and Frankie Ortega

September 4, 2018

The FUHS boys varsity water polo team started off the season by winning their first two non-league games: 13-8 against Valencia High School and 19-9 against Don Lugo High School. Last season, the team took third in League. “I am super excited for season and what my team is capable of.” Junior ...

Rory Burt

Rory Burt

Melanie Pinzon, News and Feature Editor

May 21, 2018

Transitioning from a private school to a more free-spirited high school, Rory’s decision to pursue live music as a full-time recreational activity was greatly influenced by the people he has met at school. “It’s a fun scene, and it’s honest, most of the time,” Rory said. “I didn’t reall...

Tyler Mollenkramer

Tyler Mollenkramer

Josh Hanson, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018

In Tyler Mollenkramer's four years at FUHS, he has participated in numerous sports. Mollenkramer played baseball his freshman and sophomore year, and wrestled freshman through senior year. Tyler enjoyed wrestling more because it made a significant impact on his high school career. “I will def...