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SMILING INTO THE COMPETITION-Sophia Hartel (12) sprints through the tunnel before DMs 3-1 victory against Saguaro in September. Seeing all the fans was an amazing feeling, said Hartel, who plays both setter and defensive specialist. All that support for our team and spirit felt awesome. DM volleyball ended the season ranked 14th overall in the state.

Putting the pieces together

Kara Hairston, Staff writer
November 17, 2022
To prepare for opening night of Pippin, seniors Sydney Grom, Charlie Lester, Swae Miller-Estabrook, Samantha Landay, Morgan Taylor, Len Wang, Jojo Miller, Shannon Gyger, Sawyer Furio, and freshman Josh Roga practice the song “Glory” as theatre director Mr. Willingham looks on.  “Gosh, there are thousands of musicals,” said Mr. Willingham, in his second year as DM’s theatre director, “and I would say that Pippin is in the top 50 musicals that are done hundreds, if not, thousands of times a year in this country,” says Mr.Shad, the play director. 

Pippin will open at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2 and will run through Nov. 5.

Poppin’ In For Pippin

Madeline Plati, Reporter
November 2, 2022
WANTED: Your opinion!

WANTED: Your opinion!

October 23, 2022
Let’s babble about Babel

Let’s babble about Babel

Abby Horton, Books Editor
September 29, 2022
STACKED STUDENTS- Each DM counselor is assigned more than 400 students. “We want to be there for all students, and there is not enough time in the day to do everything we want to do,” said DM counselor Ms. Okun.

Confidential Counselors

Sophia Good, Staff Writer
May 24, 2022
BE YOURSELF - Taylor Crowder (12) playing golf at Desert Mountain Girls Golf home course Eagle Mountain. Her advice to underclassmen: Just be yourself and do all you can do to prove yourself to the coaches that you are worth being on the team. Taylor is committed to play college golf at Paradise Valley Community College this fall.

Senior Sportsman

Anissa Matkin, Staff writer
May 19, 2022
The average U.S. gas price  continues to reach record highs, with every state averaging at least $4 a gallon, and experts say it will continue to climb. 

The average for a gallon of gas is $4.56, according to AAA, a 16 cent jump from last week and 39 cent increase from when the national record was broken in March. According to AAA, gas prices in some parts of Scottsdale eclipsed $5.

It’s not adding up

Ashley Hovendon, Reprter/ Sports Editor
May 18, 2022
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