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Caroline Cooney, Editor in Chief 2016-17

Caroline Cooney, Editor in Chief 2016-17, Editor in Chief

Senior Caroline Cooney is the Editor in Chief for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com. This will be Cooney’s second year on staff and her third year of journalism. Last year on staff she spent her time as an In-Focus Editor. Outside of The Patriot, Cooney is the Student Government Association Vice President, a member of the National Honor Society, and on the badminton team. In the rare moments that she is spotted outside of Room 305, Cooney can be found frolicking at the nearest concert or making a fool out of herself by doing too many peace signs. Rumor has it she can be spotted at the Dunkin’ Donuts in Forest Hill making a mean iced coffee, but you didn’t hear that here. Caroline Cooney can be reached for comments at [email protected].

 

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[PHOTO] Long story short

Grace Mottley, Assignment Chief
December 29, 2016
Racing down the field on a fast break, junior striker Marisa DiFonso drives towards the goal against Notre Dame Preparatory School on Oct. 4. The varsity womens soccer team finished 3-11 overall, but made it to the semifinals during playoffs, losing to Archbishop Spalding, 2-0 on Nov. 3.

[PHOTO] Women’s Soccer

Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor
December 5, 2016
Sophomore Annie Iorio prepares to hit the ball during her singles match against Oldfields on Sept. 15. The varsity womens tennis team finished their season with a record of 1-8.

[PHOTO] Women’s Tennis

Elizabeth Harmison, In-Focus Editor
December 1, 2016
Freshman right back Kate Gromacki dodges a defender from Indian Creek on Oct. 25. Gromacki was a starter on the varsity field hockey team this year and was a part of the championship run this season.

[PHOTO] Fresh faces flock to varsity fields

Azanae Barrow, Entertainment Editor
November 30, 2016
Freshman left wing Ellie Bruggeman drives down the field against Mount de Sales on Nov. 2. The team went on to win the IAAM B Conference Championship on Nov. 6 against Maryvale 1-0.

[PHOTO] Field Hockey

Taylor Bynion, Copy Editor
November 28, 2016
Senior center midfielder Charlotte Haggerty holds a record of 10 assists for the season, which is the highest recorded number of assists for the team.

[PHOTO] Sticking to tradition

Grant Sharretts, Online Chief
November 17, 2016
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