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The Official Student Publication of Page High School

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Athlete of April: Taylor Stuckert

Hellooo Pirates! Another astounding athlete to represent Page High School. A freshman and an amazing goalkeeper, Taylor Stuckert, goes above and beyond when it comes to lacrosse.
Taylor Stuckert’s story isn’t just about lacrosse and rankings; it’s about the daily grind and the family ties that keep her going. As a freshman goalie for Page High School, she’s not just playing for herself but for her dad, who’s been her coach since day one. Though being ranked #41 in the state is cool, what matters most to her is the memories she’s making with her twin sister and her teammates.
Lacrosse has been Taylor’s thing for five years, ever since her dad introduced her to the game. Winning that first travel tournament was a monumental moment for her, not just because of the trophy, but because her dad was there cheering them on. It’s those moments that make all the practices and games worth it, even if it means sacrificing some weekends. College is on her mind, too. Taylor dreams of playing D1 lacrosse somewhere in North Carolina or Pennsylvania. But she’s not banking
everything on sports; her grades matter just as much. Balancing school and lacrosse isn’t easy, but she’s getting the hang of it, even if it means studying after a tough loss.
Speaking of losses, Taylor’s learned a thing or two about resilience. Her dad’s advice to “Be a goldfish” stuck with her—it’s all about forgetting the bad games and focusing on the next one. It’s not always easy, but it’s part of the game.
So, as the season winds down, Taylor’s grateful for the wins, the losses, and everything in between. Because at the end of the day, it’s not just about the score—it’s about the journey, the memories, and the people who make it all worthwhile. Good luck to her and every lacrosse player for the rest of your season!

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Jane Cockburn
Jane Cockburn, Staff Writer
Hello! My name is Jane Carrington Cockburn. I've been to Jamaica 5 times and once this year. I've also been to France and Iceland. I love playing basketball and exercising. I've lived in 3 states: Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina. My favorite place to live so far is North Carolina. I'm involved in my community. I participated as the Vice President of NJHS and volunteered as a counselor for a couple of camps during the summer. Hopefully I continue to grow and develop in high school, and I can't wait to write for the newspaper!

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