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The next time the cicadas will emerge like this won’t take place until the year 2245. Photo used with permission from Sagar Vasnani via Unsplash.
Rare cicada emergence event occurs across the U.S.
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Team photo of the men’s varsity baseball team after a tough game against Cary High, ultimately winning with the final score of 12-10. Photo taken with permission from Roshan Shoukat (25).
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Zoe Westerlund, Staff Writer • May 22, 2024
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The next time the cicadas will emerge like this won’t take place until the year 2245. Photo used with permission from Sagar Vasnani via Unsplash.
Rare cicada emergence event occurs across the U.S.
Max Spiegel, Features Editor • May 31, 2024
2024: Summer playlist
2024: Summer playlist
Valentina Garcia and Mason Cline May 31, 2024
Concerts are a central part of a night out upon which other events should be based off of.
Summer concerts to look forward to
Armaan Minhas, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
Mason Dean, Sports Editor • May 31, 2024
Team photo of the men’s varsity baseball team after a tough game against Cary High, ultimately winning with the final score of 12-10. Photo taken with permission from Roshan Shoukat (25).
Bringing it home
Zoe Westerlund, Staff Writer • May 22, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
Mason Dean, Sports Editor • May 31, 2024
Team photo of the men’s varsity baseball team after a tough game against Cary High, ultimately winning with the final score of 12-10. Photo taken with permission from Roshan Shoukat (25).
Bringing it home
Zoe Westerlund, Staff Writer • May 22, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events
The next time the cicadas will emerge like this won’t take place until the year 2245. Photo used with permission from Sagar Vasnani via Unsplash.
Rare cicada emergence event occurs across the U.S.
Max Spiegel, Features Editor • May 31, 2024
2024: Summer playlist
2024: Summer playlist
Valentina Garcia and Mason Cline May 31, 2024
Concerts are a central part of a night out upon which other events should be based off of.
Summer concerts to look forward to
Armaan Minhas, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
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Mason Dean, Sports Editor • May 31, 2024
Team photo of the men’s varsity baseball team after a tough game against Cary High, ultimately winning with the final score of 12-10. Photo taken with permission from Roshan Shoukat (25).
Bringing it home
Zoe Westerlund, Staff Writer • May 22, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
Mason Dean, Sports Editor • May 31, 2024
Team photo of the men’s varsity baseball team after a tough game against Cary High, ultimately winning with the final score of 12-10. Photo taken with permission from Roshan Shoukat (25).
Bringing it home
Zoe Westerlund, Staff Writer • May 22, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events
The next time the cicadas will emerge like this won’t take place until the year 2245. Photo used with permission from Sagar Vasnani via Unsplash.
Rare cicada emergence event occurs across the U.S.
Max Spiegel, Features Editor • May 31, 2024
2024: Summer playlist
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Valentina Garcia and Mason Cline May 31, 2024
Concerts are a central part of a night out upon which other events should be based off of.
Summer concerts to look forward to
Armaan Minhas, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024
Top five moments from Green Hope Athletics 2023-24
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Mason Dean, Sports Editor • May 31, 2024
Team photo of the men’s varsity baseball team after a tough game against Cary High, ultimately winning with the final score of 12-10. Photo taken with permission from Roshan Shoukat (25).
Bringing it home
Zoe Westerlund, Staff Writer • May 22, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events

Fall sports: Early season roundup

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The Green Hope Varsity football team going up against East Chapel Hill resulting in a dominant win.

 

Football

With the summer heat and lengthy practices, the Green Hope varsity football season kicked off with a season opener against Athens Drive on Aug. 26, resulting in a 34-36 loss. Although the team was short 20 points against their opponent at first, dominant comebacks in the game and further overtime led to a definite close finish. On Aug. 31, the team went against Enloe, resulting in a 6-14 loss, but redeemed themselves in a dominant 58-0 win against East Chapel Hill on Sept. 8. With a great defense all night, giving up only 2 downs that evening, the team effort paid off with a clean victory. The team’s next game is on Sept. 15, against Apex Friendship.

Volleyball:

Consistent beginnings from the Green Hope varsity volleyball team resulted in clean sweeps against Broughton, Wake Forest, and Leesville Road. All those games resulted in victorious 3-0 sets. A loss against Cardinal Gibbons on Aug. 28, going 3-2, carried into a momentous win the next day against Middle Creek, going 3-0 on Aug. 29. Team bonding and technique work for this season carried into additional wins against rivals Holly Springs, Apex Friendship, and Panther Creek, all the games following dominant 3-0 finishes. On Sept. 12, the team fell to Green Level, going 1-3 in a tough game. The team rivals East Chapel Hill on Sept. 18.

Women’s Tennis:

With a strong start to their season, the Green Hope womens’ tennis team won 9-0 against Middle Creek on Aug. 21 and against Holly Springs on Aug. 23, going 8-1. Hard rivalries against local schools led to losses: going 4-5 during a close match against Apex Friendship on Aug. 28, 3-6 against Panther Creek on Sept. 5, and 2-5 against Green Level on Sept. 6. Changes in this year’s line-up have led to a tougher season, with more effort being made for consistent wins. With a dominant win against Apex, going 9-0, on Sept. 7, another win against Cary resulted in a 6-3 score. Their next game is on Sept. 18, against Holly Springs.

Women’s Golf:
As the season rolls in for the Green Hope women’s golf team, they began with a SWAC conference match consisting of opponents Green Level, Middle Creek, Holly Springs, Apex, Apex Friendship, Panther Creek, and Cary. With rocky weather pausing their play, the team came through with a fourth-place finish on Aug. 14. More games resulted in fourth-place finishes against the SWAC conference on Aug. 23 and Sept. 6. The team will host their next match at Prestonwood on Sept. 18.

Men’s Soccer:

Green Hope mens’ soccer kicked off with a bang; with a win against Franklin Academy going 4-1 on Aug. 14, another win against Heritage going 3-2 on Aug. 16, and a clean victory against Laney going 2-0 on Aug. 25. The team then fell to Wake Forest, Leesville Road, Middle Creek, and Athens Drive with challenging games. On Sept. 11, Green Hope soccer won against the No. 2 team in the state. The game resulted in a 1-0 win against Holly Springs for their first conference match-up. The team goes up against Panther Creek on Sept. 18 as they play through the conference.

Cross Country:

The Green Hope cross country team started their season off with the BaySix Kickoff Classic on Aug. 12, the JV boys earning fourth place. On Aug. 19, the team participated in the Pace Yourself Early Bird Challenge competition, with the boy’s team ending with a top-five finish and Sebastian Percival-Shim (‘24) with a victorious seventh-place individual finish. On Aug. 26, Providence Invitational had the boys’ varsity team finishing in fourth place, with Daxon Mahone (’24) finishing 9th individually. The JV boys won the Invitational, with a low score of 30 points across the field. The Friday Night Lights Festival on Sept. 8 resulted in a second-place finish for the girls and first place for the JV boys. Going up against Apex, Middle Creek, Holly Springs, and Enloe on September 12th, Green Hope finished second for the boy’s team and fourth for the girl’s team. The top ten performances of the night included: Aarin Patel (‘25), Jacob Gordan (‘25), and Kirstin Crump (‘25). Their next meet, the Adidas XC Challenge, is on Sept. 16. As the team progresses, the younger runners’ strong performances showcase an insight into the future of Green Hope cross country.

 

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Aditi Bhadauria
Aditi Bhadauria, Managing Editor
Aditi Bhadauria is a junior at Green Hope and this is her second year on the staff. Reading, writing, and creating have always been key interests - showcasing that through multiple different outlets. Aditi also travels and has visited several countries, having lived in four of them. Outside of school you would find her swimming competitively for her club, TAC Titans, tutoring elementary and middle school kids, volunteering at the museum, or just reading at home. Being a part of multiple Green Hope organizations, she is excited to be a part of the GH Falcon as well. Whenever Aditi has free time she will either be with her friends or enjoying various 2000s rom-com movies.
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