Girls swim shines in state competition

By Taylor Hourigan After competing in C and B Leagues the weekend before, members of Legend’s Girls Swim and Dive team took to the pool on Friday, Feb. 7 with hopes of making their times for state. Among the swimmers were Lauren Moden, Shilo Syddall, Allyson Malik, Hayley Stauber, Kendra Gardner, Abby Feeder, Chelsea Linton, Alexis Nygaard, Lauren Rogers, and Ryan Sotebeer. At A Leagues, the Titans shined, with Moden placing 1st in the 200 IM, as well as 4th in the 100 Backstroke. Legend’s 200 Medley Relay, made up of Syddall, Malik, Stauber and Moden, dropped 1.5 seconds off … Continue reading Girls swim shines in state competition

Girls’ Swim celebrates their Seniors

By Taylor Hourigan Friday’s Pride of Parker meet for Girls’ swim against Ponderosa ended in a loss for Legend Varsity, but the night was not one to forget. Legend’s girls took home 1st place in 5 events: McKenna Moede in the One-Meter, Shilo Syddall in the 100 Free and 10 Back, Hayley Stauber in the 200 Free, and Ryan Sotebeer in the 500 Free. Overall, now, the team is 4-2 overall and 3-0 in league competition. Friday’s meet was also Senior night for the team, and six seniors received a bouquet of flowers from Principal Corey Wise and Administrator Jason … Continue reading Girls’ Swim celebrates their Seniors

The Fantastic Four

By Taylor Hourigan This year Legend’s girls swim team has not one, but four fantastic captains. Shilo Syddall: Tried out for captain because she was a captain last year, and really enjoyed getting to know all the girls and helping out with the team. Grade: Senior Started swimming: When she was eight in summer league, started club at 12. Began swimming for Legend: Sophomore year Favorite event: 100 Backstroke Best time: 1.02.06 Meet she’s excited for: State How she prepares for a meet: Eats good food, gets lots of sleep, and tries to get stress levels down. What she does … Continue reading The Fantastic Four

Meet Mrs. Johnson

By Ashley Keller Many new teachers joined the Legend family this year, including Karen Johnson. She teaches U.S History in room F109 and is the head coach for girls’ swimming. The Forum sat down with Johnson to find out a bit about this new faculty member. Forum: Why did you become a teacher? Johnson: I was good at [teaching] and I’ve always like history. Forum: Why did you decide to teach US History? Johnson: We kind of get a sign of what we’re going to teach, so we don’t really get a choice.  I liked social studies, but my wheelhouse … Continue reading Meet Mrs. Johnson