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Author: Isabel Gil

Isabel Gil is a senior at Forest Hills Eastern. This is her second year being on the Hawk Herald staff. She enjoys being involved in theater, Model United Nations, and especially band, in which she is a 2020 Drum Major. Outside of school, she spends her time creating visual art, being involved in her church’s youth group, and playing the piano, which she has been doing for twelve years. She hopes to combine her passion for writing and the environment in a career.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” - Dr. Seuss

Jacob Howell’s ESPN-Worthy Goal

The first home game of the season is revered by athletes everywhere. For the boy’s varsity soccer team of Forest Hills Eastern, the first home game was particularly memorable, especially for Jacob Howell (‘20), who scored what he described as “one of the most memorable goals” of his soccer career.   Jacob, who has been playing soccer for eleven years, switched to play center back for this particular game. During an offensive play early in the…

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Drumlines, Downpours, and Delays

When one thinks of a successful first high school football game, an easy win, a home game, and perfect weather come to mind. However, last Thursday’s first football game of the season consisted of torrential downpours, multiple delays, mosh pits, and just might possibly have been the most memorable. Along with the large student section who made the trek to Fruitport, came the Forest Hills Eastern drumline.  With his goal being to emulate the spirit…

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