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Flurry of flags to fly Friday

Flurry of flags to fly Friday

Brelyn Bashrum, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2018


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Varsity color guard teams throughout Frisco ISD are showcasing their talents at the Frisco Flag Night Friday from 7-9 p.m. at Lebanon Trail High School. “The purpose of Frisco Flag night is to get all the Frisco Color guards together and give them a chance to perform for each other,” color guard d...

Red Rhythm performs at ballpark

Red Rhythm performs at ballpark

Neha Perumalla, WTV Executive Producer

April 6, 2018


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Frisco ISD council of PTA’s has a spirit night at tonight’s Rough Riders game at Dr. Pepper Ballpark. As part of the pre-game entertainment, Red Rhythm will perform on a different field than they are accustomed to. “I think the biggest difference between performing on a baseball field and a football ...

Choir hopes to strike a chord at UIL

Choir hopes to strike a chord at UIL

Melody Tavallaee, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2018


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Choir hopes to show off their skills while competing at UIL this weekend aiming to make this year’s competition their best. “I think this year has the potential to be our best year,” choir director Bruce Stevenson said. “We have a bigger choir, we’ve worked harder, it’s a more balanced cho...

Review: Cane’s is the copycat

Review: Cane’s is the copycat

Aaron Boehmer, Staff Reporter

April 5, 2018


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Fried chicken; a crisp delicacy founded by the Scots and enhanced in flavor by African Americans when introduced to southern America. There are two restaurants in the area known for their chicken and a controversial who-is-better battle; Layne’s and Cane’s. Not only do their  names rhyme, but their menus are virtually the same, and they are in direct competition with one another. However, only one can claim to better than the other. Both restaurants are centered around their chicken. Cane’s chicken isn’t the most flavorful thing in the world a...

Sweet victory for cupcake competitors

Sweet victory for cupcake competitors

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2018


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All six food science and culinary classes are meeting head-on for the annual cupcake wars on Wednesday and Thursday, where students will compete for the title of best cupcakes. The competition is inspired by Food Network’s TV show Cupcake Wars, but integrates the knowledge students have acquired from their culinary arts classes. “I was loo...

When arts and athletics collide

When arts and athletics collide

Riley Franzke, WTV Staff Reporter

April 2, 2018


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A handful of athletes on campus choose to be apart of both of their chosen sport and fine art classes. While this seems like a harmless choice, balancing two school extracurricular activities on top of school work can be a challenge for some students as there are usually multiple practices, performance...

Review: Legacy Hall

Review: Legacy Hall

Katharina Santos, Staff Reporter

March 29, 2018


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Going out as a group, and making sure everyone’s taste in food is satisfied, just got a whole lot easier. Legacy Hall, at the Shops at Legacy West, is a gathering of many different types foods and beverages, each with their own backstory, message, and cultural background, making it one of the nation’s largest food hall...

Band hosting concert to prepare for UIL

Band hosting concert to prepare for UIL

Brelyn Bashrum, Guest Contributer

March 28, 2018


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The three concert bands will be performing a pre-UIL concert Wednesday in the auditorium from 7-9 p.m. “One of my favorite pieces is ‘Profanation,’” junior Wind Ensemble member Sid Sadhu said. “It was a good challenge for me, because there’s a lot of different time signatures in it, an...

Spotlight shines on JV color guard

Spotlight shines on JV color guard

Kirthi Injeti, Staff Reporter

March 26, 2018


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Junior Varsity Color Guard will have the opportunity to showcase their routines to the public at the Frisco Flag Night on Monday at Lone Star High School from 7-9 p.m. “We are most looking forward to supporting our fellow Frisco ISD winter guards,” Color Guard director Eric Mills said. “We are also ex...

2018-19 tryouts for Red Rhythm after school on Friday

2018-19 tryouts for Red Rhythm after school on Friday

Neha Perumalla, WTV Executive Producer

March 23, 2018


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Red Rhythm tryouts will take place Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. Preparation began Monday with prospective members learning and polishing a new jazz, military, and kick routine from director Nicole Nothe and assistant director Marina Gonzalez. “The hardest thing about tryouts for me personally is just like...

Arts take over Frisco Square

Arts take over Frisco Square

Brelyn Bashrum, Guest Contributor

March 23, 2018


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Frisco ISD student artwork and musical performances are part of the 9th Annual Arts in the Square event Saturday and Sunday in Frisco Square. “Arts in the Square is a great opportunity for our students to showcase their hard work to the community,” jazz director Zach Anderson said. “It's our w...

Award-winning saxophonist Eddie Chen gets solo with GDYO

Award-winning saxophonist Eddie Chen gets solo with GDYO

Aliza Porter, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2018


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After seven years of dedication to his instrument, junior saxophonist Eddie Chen will bring his talent to the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra after being the only student in DFW selected to play a solo. While Chen didn't originally start his experience as an instrumentalist with the saxophone,...

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