Elizabeth Sustaita

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STRONG SUPPORT — Wrestlers pose with student supporters at the send-off ceremony.

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HIGH HOPES — The girls wrestling qualifiers are all smiles with Coach Mendoza as they prepare their journey.

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SUNNYSIDE — The air in the gym buzzed with excitement as students gathered to send off SHS wrestlers to the Mat Classic XXXII at the Tacoma Dome. The action begins on Friday, Feb. 21.

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BUILDING MATERIALS — Jeffery Hayes and Nick Roland welding a weed screen.

Camila Bass, 4, enjoys the craft making time with her cousin JJ Montelongo, 16, who accompanied her to the second annual Father Daughter Dance…

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SUNNYSIDE — The smell of popcorn permeated the air as young girls and their fathers and father figures entered the Sunnyside Community Center on Saturday, Feb. 8, for the second annual Father Daughter Dance. Fairy lights, blue and white tissue paper fluff spheres, and large paper snowflakes hung high from the ceiling in accordance to this year’s “Ice Dance” theme.

Walking back into Sunnyside after four years of studying overseas, I couldn’t help but have the stomach-knotting feeling of a new girl on her first day of high school.

Veronica Madrigal is all smiles as she places a wedding dress on the mannequin to adjust the hem size.

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