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Hayden Fish

Hayden Fish, Arts and Culture Editor

Hayden Fish is the Arts & Culture section editor for WLHSNOW, and in his short time in journalism he has been recognized for his abilities. Staying active is very important to Hayden, and a nice run with a good album is one of the his favorite ways to blow steam at the end of a long day. 

 

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A collage of various hip-hop albums from the past 10 years.

A decade in hip-hop

February 26, 2020
After sitting on the cold bleachers cheering for the past few hours with no avail, this loss hit avid soccer fan Zennon Laforce, junior, hard. He hopes for a much greater student turn out for future games. “I’m very sad that the soccer team lost, but I believe that if more people had come and everyone cheered we could have won the game,” Laforce said.

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December 12, 2019
After an altercation with a referee, Jacob Babalai, senior, receives a red card. The West Linn student section was not happy, beginning to shout and chant “Free Jacob.”

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December 12, 2019
Stealing the ball is no small feat, yet for Philip Johnson, sophomore, it’s a common occurrence, happening multiple times this game.

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December 12, 2019
Watch it fly: winding up for a powerful kick, Caden Kesselring, junior, sends the soccer ball flying back to the opposing team, Tigard, as half time quickly approaches.

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December 12, 2019
Pushing forward with a wide-open field, Alec Sloan, junior, leads the charge on Tigard’s goal, hoping to change the tide of the game.

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December 12, 2019
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