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Sophia Iniguez

Sophia Iniguez, Managing Editor

My name is Sophia Iniguez and I am a sophomore at Davenport West. I am so lucky to be joining staff again for the second year and to tell stories that matter to our school. Aside from the newspaper, I am part of the dance team and tennis. After high school I plan to go to college to become a psychiatrist.

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“It is important to become educated on the game. I played until I was a junior and so I just relied on my smarts and athletic ability. Somebody with more technique and who was more educated on how to hit the ball correctly ended up taking my varsity spot when I was senior,” science teacher and tennis coach Ian McCloud said.  “I don’t ever want to see that happen again, and I know I have gotten a lot better when I know how to play the game correctly, so get educated.”

Serves up

April 8, 2019
Part of the Falcon spirit at West includes the victory bell. When sports teams and clubs win a victory, they are able to ring the bell during the morning announcements. In the past the bell has been reserved solely for athletic achievements, but this year victories from any school activity can be recognized with a bell ring.

West is best

April 5, 2019

[Photo] Sarah Bernick

February 8, 2019
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