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The Student News Site of Rock Hill High School

Hill Top Times

The Student News Site of Rock Hill High School

Hill Top Times

Haley Medeiros

Haley Medeiros, HTT Editor In-Chief

Haley Medeiros was born in New Jersey, calls Massachusetts home, but has also lived in California and Texas. She moved to Celina the summer of 2017 and is currently a senior at Rock Hill. Haley is the Editor-in-Chief for Hill Top Times this year and is so excited for the challenge. She loves to play with her German Shepherd and Golden Retriever and sleep. She is so excited to start this brand-new student publication and can't wait to get stories out to the community.
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Sophomore Avery Wheeler defends against Prosper player. The team will play again at Childrens Health Stadium against Belton High School Dec. 19. The game will be at 12:30 p.m.

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December 11, 2020
Sophomore forward Noemi Mistretta runs for the ball while surrounded by Prosper players. Although the team lost 0-2, this was Rock Hill athletics first game against a Prosper team. Parents and fans gathered in the stadium with masks and COVID-19 precautions.

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December 11, 2020
Sophomore forward Noemi Mistretta runs for the ball while Prosper player trails closely. The team lost against their PISD counterpart, but will play against Belton High School next week. The game will be at the PISD stadium.

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December 11, 2020
Sophomore and defender Avery Wheeler jumps with teammate to block the ball from Prosper player. This was the districts first time having Prosper and Rock Hill teams compete against one another. The team lost 0-2.

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December 11, 2020
Senior Kaitlyn Cyranowicz performs with the rest of the Color Guard at the Ribbon Cutting event. The group showcased their flag skills while marching band played behind them. Seeing a lot of people from town coming together was really cool and special since it is our second high school, sophomore and band member Valentina Vera-Gonzalez said. Coming from someone who doesnt like fireworks, the fireworks that night were so stinking cool.

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November 12, 2020
Former superintendent Drew Watkins sits with new superintendent Holly Ferguson. Assistant principals Dedrick Buckels, Melissa Weiss and other members of administration made appearances at the ceremony. The school offered cookies, waters and commemorative coins at the outside event.

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November 12, 2020
The Rockettes stand in line before performing for the community. Other student performers such as band and color guard were also showcased at the event. The school had originally scheduled the event before the first day of school, but due to coronavirus concerns, the district rescheduled.

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November 12, 2020
Theatre teacher and pep rally host Sariea Haney hands the microphone off to football coach Mark Humble. Administration had to make a last minute change of who could attend the rally due to positive COVID-19 cases. The upcoming Friday Oct. 2 football game has been canceled due to additional cases.

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October 1, 2020
The drum line plays the school song towards the end of the Sept. 24th pep rally. Although the arena seats were mostly empty, band, cheer and drill team performed for fall athletics. Students just being here is support, football coach and athletic coordinator Mark Humble said. You look around already, and our kids are doing an amazing job. Wearing your Blue Hawks shirts are always good to see.

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October 1, 2020
Cheer lines the arena before fall athletics make their way out on the court. Football played their first game at Frisco Heritage Thursday, Sept. 24. Our preparation has gone all the way back to January, athletic coordinator and football coach Mark Humble said. When COVID hit and we were on our extended spring break, we had virtual meetings and trained that way.

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October 1, 2020
A computer depicts desk stretching exercises from  HealthyLearn.com. Columnist and sophomore Shreya Srivathsan covers the importance of stretching breaks during the work day. During the school day, breaks should be integrated into both an online and in-person learning setting, she said. If we dont take breaks we are not going to reach our productive capabilities, which is one of Rock Hill High Schools core values.

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September 17, 2020
A parked cars sideview mirror watches as the night sky is erased by the sun. Seniors from both PHS and RHHS gathered this morning to watch the sunrise. Student Council passed out papers for students to write letters to their future selves, which will be passed out at the Senior Sunset at the end of the year.

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August 11, 2020
PHS senior Kayli Cook and RHHS senior Nikki Hansen catch up during the Senior Sunrise. The event started at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. Students parked at Childrens Health Stadium to watch the sunrise while Student Council offered donuts and refreshments.

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August 11, 2020
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