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Bridget Cagle

Bridget Cagle, Reporter

Hi! I’m Bridget Cagle, and I am an Entertainment Reporter for The Journal. I am a junior, and this is my second year on The Journal. I was in journalism during my freshman year, and I joined The Journal staff my sophomore year. I love to write and publish both fanfictions and original story ideas online. I have one fanfiction that has reached over 200,000 views. In the future, I hope to publish books of my own or at least still write online stories. I also read every chance I get. I have a swing outside that is under a tree, and I sit on the swing and read on hot days. I adore essential oils and have my essential oil diffuser diffusing lemon and orange nearly every day. I’m looking forward to being a part of The Journal staff this year, and I am looking forward to getting back into the swing of things.

 

To keep up with my stories and many others, go to my Twitter @BCJRNL.

All content by Bridget Cagle
Jason Weaver, who graduated in 2017, taught himself how to play his own instruments while in recovery from ACL surgery. Weaver made the decision not to play sports again and chose to focus more on music.

Rise to fame

February 25, 2021
Shouse's photography class takes on a new challenge. The class was tasked with mimicking the art styles of TikTok photographers.

Artist’s impression

January 25, 2021
A Steinway Model D piano is a hidden treasure from the music department. The piano has gone up in  to around $150,000 in value.

SHS’s hidden treasure

December 18, 2020
SHS dance team has a final showcase in their home gym. Pictured here are the dances receiving congratulatory flowers.

The show goes on

December 15, 2020
Stop the stereotype

Stop the stereotype

November 30, 2020
Riley Dance Marathon members sophomore Ben Henderson, junior Emma Meredith, senior Keely Sullivan, senior Jacob Kinney and junior Ellie Brown rake yards on Nov. 5. Raking for Riley was used to raise money for the organization.

Raking for the kids

November 12, 2020
With new regulations students have to follow new procedures in class. Students are pictured practicing while social distancing from one another.

Playing from a distance

September 29, 2020
Junior Cooper Heaton is the lead singer of Keeping Destiny. Keeping Destiny has five members total.

Rising to the Top

April 7, 2020
Booster club officers do their skit at a pep session.

The perfect officer

February 27, 2020
Fandom frenzy

Fandom frenzy

January 31, 2020
Worth the effort

Worth the effort

November 15, 2019
Senior Justin Tidd acts out a scene in the first act, in which he talks about giving a letter to character Lucy van Pelt. Tidd is the lead part, Charlie Brown, in this weekend’s musical.

Fitting in

November 15, 2019
All the feels

All the feels

August 30, 2019
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