Tiyah Gipson

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Summer Brings Awesome Summer Camps

By: Tiyah Gipson This Summer is less than five weeks away. With that comes the fun and enjoyment of the camps. There are many different camps for you to join and enjoy, whether you wanna play the sport or not, the camps are also a really great way to stay in shape. Through the school Read More

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Senior Citizens Prom Hosted By SAAC

By: Tiyah Gipson On Saturday, April 27, 2019, LSN SAAC will be hosting a Senior Citizen Prom from 5:30 to 8:30, in the commons.   “SAAC is Student Activity Advisory Committee. It is a group of 30 kids that represent many sports and activities and we do monthly community service projects,” Mike McGurk, athletic director, said. Read More

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Boys Basketball Beats LSHS to Advance to District Championship

By: Tiyah Gipson Monday, February 25, 2019, kicked off the first round of districts for high schools in the greater KCMO area. The district games are all being held at LSN throughout the week with the championship game on Friday. The Varsity Boys Basketball team took on Lee’s Summit High School Tuesday, March 26 and Read More

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A Look Into The Possible Matchups of Super Bowl LIII

By: Tiyah Gipson Coming February 3rd, 2019 will be the fifty-third annual Super Bowl of the NFL at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. With four teams left in the playoffs, USA Today has ranked four possible matchups.  Ranked number one, the Kansas City Chiefs vs LA Rams. Ranked second is New England Patriots vs New Read More

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Summit Technology Academy Open Houses

By: Tiyah Gipson STA, formerly known as Summit Technology Academy is an innovative experience that prepares high school juniors and seniors for their success in college and in their career. They will be hosting open houses in the next few months. The nearest open house is on Thursday, November 15, 2018 from 6:00-7:30. At this Read More

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Boo’s, Barks and Badges Halloween Parade

By: Tiyah Gipson On October 27, 2018 from 9 a.m-12 p.m. Downtown Lee’s Summit will be hosting their 7th annual parade for young and old to come and watch and maybe even be in.    Families and their pets are invited to walk in the parade, wear costumes and participate in the costume contest.    Many things Read More

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Wildcats Defeated By The Broncos In Overtime

By: Tiyah Gipson Friday September 7th, 2018, the Broncos defeated Blue Springs 28-27 in overtime. The boys have been waiting for this moment for a long time now. Some would say they were nervous and others just ready to get the game over with. The student section had a jersey theme and brought in a Read More

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North Girls LAX Comes Up Short Against The Stars

By Tiyah Gipson Photo by Tiyah Gipson    On Tuesday, May 1st the LSN Girls Lacrosse teams took a sad defeat when they came up one point short against the almost undefeated team. The Stars of St.Teresa’s Academy. St.Teresa’s winning streak was recently broken by Sion. The girls did a great job as a team. Down Read More

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Girls Basketball Defeats West on Senior Night

By Tiyah Gipson    February 15, 2018 our varsity girls basketball team defeated Lee’s Summit West 69-54 on a special night, senior night. The girls came out the locker room confident looking for a second chance to show everyone what they were really about, but more importantly to take a win for the seniors. The seniors Read More

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The Government Shutdown 2018

By Tiyah Gipson   On Saturday, January 20, 2018 the shutdown of the U.S. Federal Government began. This shutdown happened because the government failed to pass funding for their operations and agencies.   According to CNN.com Senator Mitch McConnell said, “I respect the passion that many of my friends in this chamber, Democrat and Republican alike bring Read More

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