2014-2015 Poms tryouts yield 31 new members

By Tara Higgins One of Legend’s most involved and competitive sports is Poms. After Poms tryouts, which were held on April 29 through May 3, Legend will see 31 new members take center stage in the 2014-2015 school year. “We were very happy with the turnout that we had for tryouts and are extremely excited for this new year,” said Varsity Assistant Coach Kenzie McManus. “We have a lovely bunch of girls and can’t wait to get started working with them.” The Poms teams will be heading to camp in June, which McManus believes “is one of the most fun … Continue reading 2014-2015 Poms tryouts yield 31 new members

Vaulting Up The Charts

By Tara Higgins and Jess Ameter If you were to stop and ask someone in the halls what they think of Legend’s gymnastics team, the answer would probably be something like this: We have a gymnastics team? Well, the answer is yes. In fact, four girls from Legend are currently members of the gymnastics team that is hosted at Ponderosa High School and recently placed 10th at the 5A State meet. Five Douglas County Schools currently have contributing members. Freshmen Taylor Kubly and Kendall Moede, junior McKenna Moede, and senior Addison Babineau join students from Douglas County, Chaparral, Castle View, … Continue reading Vaulting Up The Charts

Poms Perfected

By Tara Higgins Photos by Bethany Eveleth Competitive dance is one of the more involved sports for the 29 girls on this year’s Poms teams. Last year’s line-up won twelfth at the State competition and earned a bid to Nationals. This year’s Poms team will have to work even harder to achieve Varsity Coach Kelly McManus’ goal of making the top 10 at this year’s State event in December. “We want to do better than last year,” McManus said. Last year, Poms introduced its first ever Junior Varsity team, and it was also the first year team captains were elected … Continue reading Poms Perfected