FOR SOME, THERE IS NOTHING WORSE THAN THAT ANNOYING PHONE ALARM.
For MacArthur's Jasmine Rutledge, she lives by it. The junior plays volleyball, runs track, is in Business Professionals of America Club and ranks in the Top 10 percent of her class. "It's a lot, but I take it one day at a time," Rutledge said. "I'll do schoolwork for a certain amount of time, then I'll do sports. It's all based on time management. I set a lot of alarms on my phone, which keeps me on track."
THE MACARTHUR LADY GENERALS FINISHED THIRD LAST YEAR IN DISTRICT PLAY AND REACHED THE POSTSEASON AGAIN.
But they want more. "These are unprecedented times we have this season and we were a little behind with our chemistry early on, but our goal remains to win district," middle Laila Holmes said.