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Sophomore Sydney Rhodes is still smiling after her fall.

Sophomore Sydney Rhodes is still smiling after her fall.

Morgan Haworth

Morgan Haworth

Sophomore Sydney Rhodes is still smiling after her fall.

Morgan Haworth, Staff Writer

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Embarrassing stories, we all have them. Some worse than others, but nonetheless embarrassing.

One of junior Calleigh Gardner’s embarrassing moments was during dance camp when she forgot an entire dance.

“There’s a lot of them,” Gardner said. “It was good ‘ol sophomore year camp for me. We were out here doing a kick dance, which is not my forte.”

Gardner was performing with alumna Patricia Telthorst and someone from a different school in front of everyone at the camp.

“My supportive team was like ‘Oh yeah! Go Calleigh!’ and then I got really nervous, and I forgot the entire thing,” Gardner said. “I had to do this front kick over and the floor was a little slick, so when they tried to lift me over I slipped, and afterwards I rolled over and laugh a little.”

While cheering at a home basketball game,

“I was running across the sidelines because I had to go to the bathroom,” sophomore Sydney Rhodes explained. “Evie’s foot was out and I tripped. I landed, making a loud noise, then slid on to my back and saw Mr. Malashak, Mr. Nguyen and a counselor standing above me. I got up and ran out of the gym.”

Rhodes claims ten people asked her about her tumble the next day.

“I used my math book as a pillow and my coat as a blanket.” Freshman, Joe Boyd, said. “I went to sleep in the middle of the carpet.” When he woke up, his dad was on the phone and the whole class was listening. “I was really tired.” Boyd said.

 

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Morgan Haworth, Social Media Manager

Morgan Haworth is a junior at Piper High School and this is her second semester on staff as Social Media Manager. Haworth is apart of dance team, American Sign Language Club and yearbook. One fun fact about Haworth is that she was born with 12 fingers.

 

 

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