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Mountain Echo

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Mountain Echo

Girls’ basketball to celebrate seniors

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Ready. Defending the opposing team, senior Jaiden Krull attempts to get the rebound. Krull started at the home opener for the girls’ basketball team.

On Friday, Feb. 2, the girls’ basketball team will recognize this year’s seniors at senior night against Chambersburg. The team is currently 14-4. The seniors on the team are Jaiden Krull, Jersey Hollabaugh and Isabella Knorr. The varsity game will begin at 7:30 p.m.

“We’ve had a great season and I’m looking forward to the game,” junior Lanie Wilt said. “Friday will be bittersweet; I’m going to miss my seniors, but playing with them is so fun.”

The cost is $2 for students and $4 for adults. Students must have their ID to get into the event. 

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Addisen McDonald
Addisen McDonald, Reporter
My name is Addisen McDonald, and I'm a first year staff member on the Mountain Echo. Along with newspaper, I'm also a third year member of the Horseshoe yearbook staff in the position of design editor. Outside of the journalism classroom, I spend my time binge watching "Greys Anatomy," collecting fun sunglasses and practicing baton. This school year I was given the opportunity to be the AAHS feature twirler, which is leading me to achieve my dream goal of becoming a crimsonette at the University of Alabama. I'm so excited to be on staff this year and, as always, roll tide.

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