By Julia Ludington
Spring has sprung! Well, sort of.
Our spring sports teams are still mostly confined to the indoors, but are making the most of the beginning of their seasons.
Be sure to be checking the district website to see what sporting event you can attend next.
The boys’ and girls’ varsity lacrosse teams both had scrimmages this past week.
The boys’ played at the Hopkins Road indoor center, while the girls traveled to Hamilton College in Clinton, Oneida County.
Both teams showed promising potential for the season.
The Student Senate is hosting another blood drive this Friday in the LGI. Thank you to all of the brave souls who are going to participate, you are doing a truly wonderful thing.
The Yearbook Club is in need of pictures covering certain sports and activities. Missing significant documentation are wrestling, swimming, hockey, boys’ basketball, National Honor Society inductions and bowling.
If you have any pictures that you feel would be a good contribution, you can email them to email@example.com.
The high school’s annual “Bodley’s Got Talent” will be taking place at 6:30 p.m. April 9. Auditions are taking place this week. The show is always entertaining and a lot of fun, and all are welcome.
If you are not busy tonight at 7:30, there is a concert band and wind ensemble concert I am sure will be worth attending. If you can’t make tonight, the concert orchestra and symphonic orchestra will perform tomorrow at 7:30 PM.
Have a great week!