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Grace Gent

Grace Gent, Staff Reporter

Grace Gent is a freshman, and this is her first year working as a reporter on the Crossed Sabres. When she isn’t working on a story, you can find her at Model United Nations, or working behind the scenes for both W-L productions and community theatre. She plays soccer, and her hands are always ripped up from rock climbing. She’s a writer outside of reporting and hopes to organize a slam poetry club. Grace is also very politically active, having organized the March 14th walkout at her middle school. In whatever free time she has left, she procrastinates working on her homework by reading, binge-watching Netflix, and saying she’ll learn to play guitar (spoiler alert; she never practices guitar). She annoys people by always talking about how much she misses her home state of Michigan, and whenever she hangs out with her friends, they ask her to stop requesting horror movies.

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Juniors Darsey Trudo, Edie Lamantia and Ellie Lamantia shout during 2019s walkout against gun violence and march down Pennsylvania Avenue. Trudo was one of four juniors who planned the school’s participation in the walkout.

A year after Parkland

Grace Gent, Staff Reporter
March 15, 2019
Freshman Noah Laidhold participates in a JV wrestling match.

Take it to the Mat

Grace Gent, Staff Reporter
February 27, 2019
Abel Gelata, number 24, dribbles through two defenders, on his way to a reverse layup in the third quarter. Gelata was the top scorer for the Generals during this game.

Warriors win the battle

Grace Gent, Staff Reporter
February 14, 2019
The MUN club at WHMSMUN.

Cash MUNey

Grace Gent, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2018
Dr. James Siddall, school psychologist and Assistant Coach of the freshman football team.

Get Your Head (Back) in the Game

Grace Gent, Staff Reporter
November 26, 2018
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