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Knights break 11-year losing tradition to Jesuit

The Knights pose for a team picture after their 5-2 victory over Jesuit.

Cilicia Anderson, Opinion Editor

April 12, 2018

The Knights (10-6) took a 5-2 win in a ten-inning game against Jesuit (12-6) on Wednesday, April 11, after the rescheduling due to weather concerns on Tuesday. After a slow moving game, the Knights were able to pull out the win against their district rival for the first time since 2007. And after...

The year to come

Cilicia Anderson, Opinion Editor

March 19, 2018

Dear Class of 2019, From the outside looking in, senior year seemed like it was going to be the best year of high school. Having only two credits left to satisfy, I was looking forward to having a schedule of just electives, focusing on my extracurricular activities and enjoying my final year of adolescence. When...

Weekly recap 2/26-3/3

Danika Baro ('18) swings disc during her turn at the season opener at home, February 19.

March 6, 2018

Wrestling: Three members of Robinson’s wrestling team went to the State Championships on Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3 at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimee, Fla. Devin Jandura (‘19) placed 4th, and Jaquan Jackson (‘18) placed 6th. Jayden Alvarez (‘19) didn’t place, but won a match....

Taking back their heritage

Cilicia Anderson, Opinion Editor

February 20, 2018

Black History Month has officially sprung into action this year and, with all that has happened in the past few years regarding racial inequality and discrimination, African-American citizens have become increasingly proud of their heritage and are expressing zero-tolerance for slander of any kind toward...

“The Underdog” overcomes, places 3rd at band competition

The Starlets receive feedback from Starlets Director Siara Espejo after performing in the courtyard of Newsome High School. The Newsome competition was moved indoors due to the weather and the band could not march their complete show,

Cilicia Anderson, Sports Editor

November 2, 2017

The Robinson Marching Band proved that even "The Underdog" can overcome the toughest of challenges on Saturday night, Oct. 28 at Newsome high school as they competed against schools in their division and came in 3rd place overall, even when the weather did not work in their favor. "I feel that under...

Weekly Recap 10/23/17-10/28/17

The 2017 boys cross country team races to the finish line.

Cilicia Anderson, Sports Editor

November 1, 2017

Football: On Friday, Oct. 26, the Knights fell 20-14 in a pivotal game against Jefferson. Click here to read the story. Volleyball: The Lady Knights played Desoto County for their Regional Quarter game and won in three straight sets. Click here to read the game recap. Golf: The boys a...

Knights fall to Jefferson 20-14 in pivotal game

Kalieel Brown ('19) runs the ball as the Knights take on Jefferson. The Knights lost 20-14 and wil

Cilicia Anderson, Sports Editor

October 30, 2017

Prior to Friday night's game against Jefferson, the Knights sat in eighth place for playoff standings, but a win against the Dragons would put them five points closer to second place, which is necessary to make the playoffs. The Knights came back from a 14-point deficit, but were unable to pull through...

SGA Lights The Knight

SGA Lights The Knight

Cilicia Anderson, Sports Editor

October 23, 2017

The annual Light The Knight pep rally took place last Wednesday night on Robinson's football field as students rolled in to show their school spirit and watch as the inner court was revealed. Inner court includes Count and Countess Jaden Morgam('21) and Jonee Ward('21), Duke and Duchess Joshua Hall-Gomez('20)...

Homecoming Shares Date With Swim Districts

The swim team cheers on a swimmer at a recent swim meet.

Cilicia Anderson, Sports Editor

October 18, 2017

With Homecoming festivities pushed back to the month of October, scheduling has been hectic, especially for the swim team. The team will compete in their district meet the morning of Oct. 21, and will have to rush to get ready for Homecoming that night. "Oh my God, they're all annoyed and mad," Ela Gonzal...

Why we shouldn’t celebrate Columbus Day

Cilicia Anderson, Sports Editor

October 9, 2017

I'm sure a lot of people are familiar with the line, "In fourteen hundred and ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue," because for some reason when teaching history in school, somebody decided to credit Italian explorer, navigator, and colonizer, Christopher Columbus, for discovering America. However,...

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