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Elizabeth Harmison, News Editor 2016-17

Elizabeth Harmison, News Editor 2016-17, News Editor

Senior Elizabeth Harmison is a News Editor for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com. This is her second year on staff and second year taking journalism. Last year, Harmison was a Media Editor and is excited to incorporate the skills she learned into News. Some of her achievements include being in the National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, playing on the varsity field hockey team, and being Editor in Chief of Vouge with her accomplice Adriana Guidi. Outside of The Patriot, Harmison enjoys driving on the shoulder, falling out of canoes, and spending money she doesn’t have on things she doesn’t need. Elizabeth Harmison can be reached for comments at [email protected]

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Sophomore Jordan Wakefield holds the ball while being defended by a St. Frances Academy player. The women's basketball team finished the season with a 10-12 overall record with a 2-10 in-conference record.

Women’s basketball

March 21, 2017
Going Global

Going Global

February 16, 2017

Elizabeth’s top picks

January 20, 2017
Sophomore Annie Iorio prepares to hit the ball during her singles match against Oldfields on Sept. 15. The varsity women's tennis team finished their season with a record of 1-8.

Women’s Tennis

December 1, 2016
High Expectations

High Expectations

November 14, 2016
Milburn Orchards is located in Elkton, MD and attracts a variety of people. The orchard offers a unique experience for all people who visit, and it has aspects that appeal to everybody including bouncy houses, a petting zoo, acres of apple fields for picking, and their famous apple cider donuts.

Join the farm frenzy

November 11, 2016
Cuffing season gets its name from the idea that when two people are dating they are with each other so often that it is like they are handcuffed together. However, this cuffing is temporary and in most cases ends by summer.

What the cuff?

November 3, 2016
Sophomore midfielder Jake Kreiger carries the ball down the field during practice on March 8. Kreiger was one of four freshmen to make the varsity team last year.

Men’s lacrosse

March 21, 2016
In order to promote a more environmentally friendly school,  students have come up with an idea to save the reduction of water bottles being thrown away or not being recycled.

[PHOTO] Making a splash

February 26, 2016
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