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Tatum Tricarico

Tatum Tricarico
Tatum Tricarico is a staff member on the MC Sun and is the unofficial video editor assistant. She is having trouble writing this bio because her awesomeness is so overwhelming and could not possibly fit in such a small space!

MC track season comes to an end

As the track season comes to a close, senior members look both back and ahead. They reflect on the season and look at where track will take them for the rest of the season and for years to come. “This season has been going really well,” senior Derek Morton said. …

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Yes, People do change

  People change. It’s just a fact of life. I am thoroughly convinced that everyone will change at least a little bit at one point in their life rather it be now or later. Of course everyone changes in physical ways. They get taller, their hair gets longer, they start …

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Spotlight: Ali Englehardt

Junior Ali Engelhardt has recently finished her third season of basketball here at MC and has had a great experience over the years. “Basketball has been a really big part of my life,” Engelhardt said. “It’s helped me meet a lot of new people and expand my friends, and also helped me …

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Track prepares for their next meet

As MC continues with the spring sport season the track team prepares for their next meet. “We are about to go into our fourth meet,” senior Tylan Moore said. “It is against Canyon Crest, and right now we have won one meet and lost the other. Everything’s going pretty well. …

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The wild duck chase

Recently the MC baseball team gained two of unlikely mascots. Instead of a student in costume, the team invested in a pair of ducks. Senior Nick Romano on varsity  baseball and his girlfriend, senior Savannah Hobbs, adopted Daphne and Sterling as a fun twist. “Technically it’s the baseball team’s duck, …

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Staff-Ed: Depression

There’s a hidden demon inside some people. It lurks, undetected, and then emerges at the most inconvenient and unexpected time. It feeds off of insecurity, doubt, and self-hatred. Unfortunately, people can’t see depression. It’s not a physical deformity, something on display for the world to see, it’s an emotional deformity, …

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Track: off to the races

  “I came into track and had a really good team with a bunch of good seniors,” said senior Elyssa Schall. “Over the years, we haven’t been as good, but this year we have a lot of potential. I think we are going to do really well this season.” Schall, …

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