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Jane Thompson

Jane Thompson, Yearbook Editor in Chief

Jane Thompson is a senior at Harrisonburg High School. This is her fourth year on the Yearbook staff. Jane enjoys golfing, skiing, basketball and listening to music. Her favorite artists include Fleetwood Mac and Khalid. Jane’s all time favorite food is Mac’N Cheese, followed by sushi at a close second. On an average day, you could catch Jane in an oversized hoodie and vans. Jane hopes to attend a four year college and move to Colorado. She hopes to eventually be the proud owner of an Australian Shepard named Jerry who will enjoy running the trails of the Rocky Mountains in the cool, dry weather.

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Yearbook editor junior Mariel Joven shows elementary schooler Dylan Hernandez-Perez a yearbook spread.

Journalism staff celebrates conclusion of elementary workshops

February 27, 2020

Harrisonburg High School media editors and leaders, local elementary school students and families gathered in the journalism lab Feb. 26 to celebrate the conclusion of a series of elementary school...

“I know it’s cliche, but if I ever have any negative thoughts I just tell myself ‘hey, can’t do that’. That actually kind of works. Some people have more problems with body imagery and that’s like what I have, especially with the gender stuff. I’ll look in the mirror and think ‘disgusting’, but if I looked at my friend and they looked at themselves and said disgusting, I would tell them “you cute’. So I’ve started to think ‘would I treat my friend like this’,” Campbell said. “[I know] that’s cheesy, but it works. I’m trying to see myself as another person. I wouldn’t say [those things] to anyone else out loud, I like to consider myself a nice person, so why am I saying that to myself.”

[Photo] Campbell comes to terms with mental health, embraces identity

January 27, 2020

“I know it’s cliche, but if I ever have any negative thoughts I just tell myself ‘hey, can’t do that’. That actually kind of works. Some people have more problems with body imagery and that’s...

After a touchdown, senior  Kwentin Smiley runs off the field.

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January 8, 2020

After a touchdown, senior Kwentin Smiley runs off the field.

Following a running play, senior Kwentin Smiley (#9) runs to the sideline to confer with head coach Jay Hook.

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January 8, 2020

Following a running play, senior Kwentin Smiley (#9) runs to the sideline to confer with head coach Jay Hook.

As Sherando progresses down the field, sophomore defensive back, Guillermo Lopez Mejia (#21), makes a tackle to stop the ball.

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January 8, 2020

As Sherando progresses down the field, sophomore defensive back, Guillermo Lopez Mejia (#21), makes a tackle to stop the ball.

Defending an offensive attack by Shernado, senior defensive back, Jose Ayala (#2), goes head to head with a Sherando lineman.

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January 8, 2020

Defending an offensive attack by Shernado, senior defensive back, Jose Ayala (#2), goes head to head with a Sherando lineman.

During a timeout, the defense huddles on the field to develop their second quarter game plan.

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January 8, 2020

During a timeout, the defense huddles on the field to develop their second quarter game plan.

Following a failed third down, senior kicker Mateo Peric (#17) punts to the other team. The Streaks lost to Sherando 7-52.

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January 8, 2020

Following a failed third down, senior kicker Mateo Peric (#17) punts to the other team. The Streaks lost to Sherando 7-52.

During an offensive possession, Coach Lane Lough talks to senior Jose Ayala.

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January 8, 2020

During an offensive possession, Coach Lane Lough talks to senior Jose Ayala.

Senior Malachi Davis (#3) returns a kickoff following a touchdown from Sherando.

[Photo] Varsity football faces Sherando in the third home game of the season

October 9, 2019

Senior Malachi Davis (#3) returns a kickoff following a touchdown from Sherando.

Senior kicker, Mateo Peric (#17) prepares to go on the field after a failed third down attempt.

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October 9, 2019

Senior kicker, Mateo Peric (#17) prepares to go on the field after a failed third down attempt.

The Red Sea dresses in all white for the annual

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October 9, 2019

The Red Sea dresses in all white for the annual "white out" game.

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