Winter Cheer has been so much fun so far. Memorizing chants and cheers can be tough at times, but I'm enjoying it. We've started to do stunts at practice! Those are pretty hard too, but with time, I'll be able to do them at the Basketball games.
Speaking of basketball games, last Friday, the Pioneer Boys' Basketball team went up against Manheim Central. It was a close game, but L-S scored another victory, 47-36. This spectacular win brings the Pioneer record to 6-4.
The game started with an end of first-quarter score of 15-11, Pioneers in the lead. Then, both teams scored eight points in second quarter, ending the half at 23-19. In the third quarter, Manheim Central stared to make a comeback, scoring 13 points and bringing the score to 32-28. Central didn't score too much more for the rest of the game, while L-S pulled through, scoring 19 points in the fourth quarter.
This brought the final score to 47-36, and an L-S win.
Surviv.io is a new free 2D battle royale game that is free to play online. It is perfectly fitting for this society’s new battle royale craze, since it is taking after very popular games like Fortnite (Read our Fortnite review here) and Pub-G.
The point of the game is to be the last one alive against other players in a large map. You come into the game with nothing, and you must break open crates, find loot in buildings, or eliminate other players to get weapons, health items, clothing, or armor.
Your goal is to eliminate other players, to get better possessions, and eventually be the last player. This game is 2D, making it unique from other battle royale games.
It is a great for when you have a spare moment or two to kick back and relax. It can be fairly easy to win, unlike other battle royale games.
It has quick, fast paced game style that makes the games go more quickly and gives you more chances to win. It is an extremely good game considering how simple it is.…
by Maggie Johnson
As the years
As they grow
powerful trees that protect
captivate any passerby,
destruction sweeps the land,
help is sought after,
the opposite way,
to look at
the next interesting event,
left to survive alone,
Enigma is an art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school student. Each year’s staff is formed at the beginning of that school year. The Enigma staff is responsible for all aspects of production, from writing and artwork selection to layout and publication tasks. Members are also required to attend Coffeehouse readings. Items intended for publication may be submitted to the faculty adviser, Mrs. Carol Allen-Gordon.
Recently, the 2016-2017 Lampeter-Strasburg Heroes were announced. Heroes represent an elite group of seniors, nominated by faculty, that travels to third grade classrooms in the district in order to serve as mentors. They teach lessons on making positive decisions that lead to future successes in life.
Students selection in the program is based leadership skills, academic success, school and/or community involvement as well as freedom from drug and alcohol use. Students were further screened for attendance and discipline.
As a L-S Hero, students gain public recognition, public speaking skills, reinforcement for maintaining a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle, as well as the respect and admiration of younger students.
All heroes receive printed "trading cards" picturing the student hero, along with a short biographic feature that can be distributed to elementary students as Heroes share their positive messages.