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The Week in Photos: Oct.7-Oct.13

See what students are up to this week.
Varsity gymnasts Jordan Engerman ’24 and Ava Martinez ’25 stand in front of the mat during Senior Night before the meet against Heritage High School’s combined team Oct. 7. During Senior Night, the team recognized six seniors on the team with flowers and speeches. The team is composed of students from Thunder Ridge, Mountain Vista, Highlands Ranch, Valor Christian and Douglas County High School students, and sponsored by Rock Canyon. “I have been on the team for four years,” Engerman said. “My favorite part of being on the team has been meeting some of my best friends.” Reporting by Abigail Wood (media by Abigail Wood)
Bobby Parker ’24 starts a game of Texas Holdem with Dharmik Rasineni ’24 and Katerina Casas Oct. 9. Parker started Casino Club after seeing how many people attended the After Prom casino last spring. Around three to five students attend the club every other Monday after school. “The best part of Casino Club is probably just hanging out with people and playing card games like poker,” Parker said. “Students should join the club because you don’t really need to pay for it, it’s not very intrusive and anybody can just sit down and start playing without the worry of losing money.” Reporting by Max Simms (media by Max Simms)
Varsity girls volleyball outside hitter Julia Holmes ‘24 hugs middle hitter Paisley Krahn ‘25 during Senior Night before the game against Highlands Ranch Oct. 11. The five seniors who were recognized walked across the court with their families, received necklaces and hugged their coaches and teammates while having their future plans announced. “It was hard saying goodbye [to the girls]. I’ve formed such good connections in this [volleyball] program and it’s just super hard for me to say goodbye to everyone. But I’m excited to see what the future will hold,” Holmes said. Reporting by Quinn Barton (media by Quinn Barton)
Alexa Hutchins ‘27 fills in her table of contents for Earth Environmental Science Oct. 13. Earth Environmental Science students worked on the Solar Solar System unit. “I really enjoy this class because I have a lot of my friends in this class and Mr. Holloway is honestly a super fun teacher that makes interesting assignments for us,” Hutchins said. Reporting by Baylie Van Horn Turnidge (media by Baylie Van Horn Turnidge)
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