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The Loud Crowd gathered at full strength for the rematch against Sage Creek. KUSI was there judging loud crowd for the “Battle of the Fans”competition.

Quiz: How much school spirit do you have?

April 14, 2016

If you go to Carlsbad High School, you know we have a bomb student section. If you don’t believe us, click here. Once you come to the realization that our student section is equivalent to the first weekend of Coachella mixed with the thrill of riding Hyperspace Mountain at Disneyland, you might be wondering, “Where do I fit in to this hierarchy of school spiritdom?” Well, we have an answer for you.  Take this quiz to see where you fall among the sea of ASB presidents, fair-weather fans, and lousy Lancers.


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Megan Schoen, Features Editor
Megan Schoen is a senior at Carlsbad High School. She is the features editor for the Lancer Link online newspaper and this is her third year on staff. She is also a member of the Xcalibur dance team and co-founder of the Mitchell Thorp Foundation club on campus. In her (very minimal) free time, Megan frequents Disneyland as often as possible, you can be sure to find her in Cars Land among the three-year-olds having a conversation with Mater (you know like Tow-Mater, but without the "Tah"). She also enjoys her extremely prestigious, highly coveted, incredibly selective role as the official brunch coordinator of the 3rd period Journalism class. Megan is a founding member of the Journalism posse, and is just really, really excited for this year.
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Ellie Meck, Staff Writer
Ellie Meck is new to The Lancer Link family. She is a part of the varsity dance team, the Lancer Dancers, and participates in very hard and not-passable AP classes. Ellie spends her minimal free time watching Christmas and Disney movies and eating mint and chip gelato on her couch. If you need to contact her, you can find her either at CHS, her house or Disneyland.

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