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“No ill will”

Parked on the track, the Chick-fil-A vendor makes its first reappearance at the game against Lake Oswego, after an accident kept it from being present at two consecutive home games.

Matilda Milner, Co-Editor in Chief

November 8, 2019

Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) club’s Oct. 30 Instagram post began conversations about the appropriateness of a vendor present at home football games. The comment section of the post served as grounds for students to debate the morals of Chick-fil-A as an organization, the implications of the compa...

Leading the lions through League

Anna Gay, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2019

Varsity volleyball has a new head coach, Emilie Wilmes. Even though she’s new to her position, she has had experience working with the past two head coaches, Carl Neuburger and Michelle Hoover. “It’s good,” Wilmes said. “I’ve been one of the assistants for the last two years.”  ...

Girls soccer kicks off season with 7-0 win

The floodlights illuminated the stadium on opening night, where the Lions would go on to beat McMinnville.

Audrey Lippert, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2019

7-0 and 0-2 are the scores of the first two games of the season for the West Linn Lions girls soccer team. The Lions beat the McMinnville Grizzlies by a score of 7-0 to kick off the season  at home, and lost to the Mountainside Mavericks at Mountainside a few weeks ago.  The team is comin...

A century of homecoming

Homecoming king and queen, Averi Fels and Dane Cava.

Madelyn Tabor, Photo Editor

October 10, 2019

Lions defeated at home by Central Catholic Rams

The sun sets over the football field as the Lions line up for a play in the first quarter.

Sydney McCrone, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2019

Pep bands, excited students, energetic cheerleaders and determined players. The first game of the season on Sept. 6 was a close game with the Central Catholic Rams, who ended up winning 35-27.  With the Lions leading in the beginning of the fourth quarter, Central Catholic ultimately came back...

Historically problematic Chick-fil-A comes to West Linn

At the first football game of the season, students, parents, and staff alike wait in line at the Chick-fil-A food truck.

Paige Rodriguez, Arts and Culture Editor

September 18, 2019

Football games are a cultural staple for high schools. Hundreds of students gather to hang with friends, cheer on their team, and of course, get a bite to eat. On Sept. 6, Chick-fil-A was served at the first game of the season, which came with a set of problems. The popular fast-food chain has been...

Everything you need to know about the upcoming football season

The West Linn lions during their first game against Central Catholic.

Orion Forest and Sam Misa

September 13, 2019

Football season is back. The West Linn Lions came out roaring in their first game but came up short against Central Catholic in the blackout game this past Friday. Don’t worry though, the Lions are not finished yet, and they still have the whole season to go.  The band, cheerleaders, Debs, and s...

Girls on to next round of playoffs

Breaking away from her competition, Caramel Corrigan moves the ball up the field.

Delaney Callaghan, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2018

Varsity Volleyball vs. Tigard

Players huddle up.

Andrea Secchi, Photo Editor

September 9, 2018

Varsity girls volleyball won game against Tigard.

A cautionary tale

Sam Misa and Aleks Brooks

February 13, 2018

Several personal items were stolen on Jan. 30 during a Cross Country training session. The victims were members of the Cross Country team who left their belongings out in the Commons during winter training for the upcoming season. Two suspects have been arrested. The stolen backpacks were later found in ...

‘Tis the season

Leading the student section in cheers as the football team plays against South Medford, the cheerleaders are able to show off their game routines. This past weekend, however, the team made their transition to their competitive season with a second place finish at their league competition.

Brooke McKelvey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2017

An integral part of every football and basketball season, the cheer team fails to go unnoticed when leading the student section in cheers and building excited energy. This past weekend, cheer transitioned from cheering at such school sporting events to their competitive season as they took home second...

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