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Danielle Ledgerwood

Danielle has been a staff writer for the MC Sun since her sophomore year. She plays volleyball, goes hiking, watches movies, and enjoys long walks on the beach.

MC football pummels Poway

After coming off of a four game winning streak, the boys football team suffered a tough loss to the Ramona Bulldogs on Oct. 10th.  The Sundevils scored a solid 13 points, while Ramona overtook them with an overwhelming 49. “Once they started scoring a lot, we kind of gave up …

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Fighting as one

The 2014 varsity football team prides themselves in emphasizing that they are a family: dedicated to working together in order to be victorious. “We’ve been working as a family a lot,” senior Joaquin Quidachay said. “That’s always been our message: keep playing as a family. This year, compared to other …

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Thompson trims his way to the top

He’s known as the guy with the crazy ponytail who leads the cheers in the Red Sea every week, @ianthabarber by 534 Twitter followers, and, to his clients and friends, Ian Thompson. With his sweet kicks and fly style, it’s no surprise that there’s another thing he’s got hidden in …

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Football rushes into new year

After the monumental storming of the field by the Red Sea following the victory over Wesview in the playoffs last year, boys football wants to fight for that same intensity again. Acquiring new teammates and even a new senior, the 2014 varsity squad has a whole new dynamic. “We’re not …

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No, people don’t change

Sometimes in our lives we fill our own heads with naïve fantasies that we can alter our friends, family members, and significant others in order to better suit our own needs and desires. We believe we have the power to change people. But more than that, we assume that people …

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Oh, snap!

Just when I learned how to send a video and screenshot a one-second snap and add a cool picture to “My Story” the nerds behind Snapchat had to go change everything and confuse us all. The first change to the increasingly popular app was the new layout. Instead of every …

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