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Myla Ray

Myla Ray, Photojournalist

Myla is a sophomore at Walnut Grove High School. This is her first year on the Wildcats Wired staff. She is also on the jv cheer team at Walnut Grove High School. Outside of school, she is on an All-Star cheer team at Cheer Athletics Plano and a member of the National Charity League in Prosper,Texas. She enjoys hanging out with friends and baking in her spare time.

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Lights flash around the school arena. Sophomore Myla Ray completes a standing full, she high-fives cheer coach Destine Grobe in celebration.

Head cheer coach starts the program at Walnut Grove

Myla Ray, Photojournalist November 8, 2023

Students file into the arena as the Walnut Grove cheerleaders warm up their skills. Destine’ Grobe, Walnut Grove’s head cheer coach, watches before the black out pep rally begins.    Coach...

Chatter fills the warehouse as sophomores Maddie Wooten and Lauren Fields build each box for the Food Paks that will later be filled with food to feed suffering children.

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Chatter fills the warehouse as sophomores Maddie Wooten and Lauren Fields build each box for the "Food Paks" that will later be filled with food to feed suffering children.

Surrounded by cardboard from the floor up, sophomore Aubri Blair laughs as she follows the instructions on how to build each box.

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Surrounded by cardboard from the floor up, sophomore Aubri Blair laughs as she follows the instructions on how to build each box.

As different organizations come together, sophomore Camryn Jackson, and sophomore Aubri Blair help with re-organization of the made boxes.

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As different organizations come together, sophomore Camryn Jackson, and sophomore Aubri Blair help with re-organization of the made boxes.

Focused in the moment, sophomore Maddie Wooten carefully folds each Food Pak at the Childrens Hunger Foundation in Frisco, Texas.

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Focused in the moment, sophomore Maddie Wooten carefully folds each "Food Pak" at the Children's Hunger Foundation in Frisco, Texas.

Towers of boxes build up around sophomore Camryn Jackson while she continues to fold each box for the Childrens Hunger Fund. The more boxes built, the more  food packs can be made.

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Towers of boxes build up around sophomore Camryn Jackson while she continues to fold each box for the Children's Hunger Fund. The more boxes built, the more food packs can be made.

Boxes all around, sophomore Lauren Fields re-organizes the boxes. The previously stacked boxes needed to be removed to be turned vertical in order to fit better. This allows for more boxes to be packed with food.

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Boxes all around, sophomore Lauren Fields re-organizes the boxes. The previously stacked boxes needed to be removed to be turned vertical in order to fit better. This allows for more boxes to be packed...

Both hand in the air, sophomore Danielle Whitmire preapres to set the ball to her fellow teammate. Whitmire is a setter and plays right side of the court.“I like to set because it gives me a sense of leadership on the court,” Whitmire said. “I get to run plays and run the offense.”

Varsity volleyball player sets new school record

Maddie Karmun-Lanza and Myla Ray October 11, 2023

Arms in the air, sophomore Danielle Whitmire prepares to set the ball to her teammates.  Whitmire has played volleyball for the past six years. She is a part of the Walnut Grove Varsity Volleyball...

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