Author: Lauren Baddour

Lauren is an editor of the JagWire Newspaper. She is a senior and has been on the staff for three years. Lauren plays tennis and has a beagle named Parker. Her favorite snacks are goldfish and rice krispy treats.

Snowball 2020 Preview

This year’s Snowball dance will be held in the CHS commons on Saturday, January 25 from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Although historically the dance has been held on Friday nights, it has been moved to the following Saturday to avoid conflicts with practices for winter sports.  The dance will feature a winter theme, a […]

Weekly Sports Update

Every week the JagWire will recap the sporting events of the previous week. See below for the latest sports update.  Wrestling traveled to NCSSM for a dual meet this Tuesday. The team wrestled well and saw an especially strong pin by Josiah Pongsitiphon. Next up is a dual tournament tomorrow away at Northwood.  Men’s and […]

Weekly Sports Update

Every week the Jagwire will recap the sporting events from the past week. Check below to see the winners and scores from Monday, November 11 to Friday, November 15. Women’s cross country has capped off their impressive season with a State Championship Title! Congrats to the Jags. Men’s soccer lost to Thomasville 2-1 on Saturday. […]

Weekly Sports Update

Every week the Jagwire will recap the sporting events from the past week. Check below to see the winners and scores from Monday, November 4 to Friday, November 8. Volleyball lost in the fourth round of the playoffs after splitting sets with Ayden–Grifton. The team finished the season 23–4 and 12–0 in the conference.  Men’s […]

Weekly Sports Update

Every week the Jagwire will recap the sporting events from the past week. Check below to see the winners and scores from Monday, October 28 to Friday, November 1. Women’s tennis defeated Croatan on Monday before losing to NCSSM in the semifinal round of the dual team postseason. The team finished the year as Regional […]

SGA Introductions

Isabel Simmons (President) What originally made you want to participate in Student Government? “When I was in elementary school, I think first grade was the first opportunity we had to run for student government. I ran. I lost, but I’ve always loved the idea of being a part of something that could make school a […]

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