Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Lainie Woodward's Photo Story

Senior Max Rutherford works on his dual project in photoshop for Photography 1 and AP Art. Rutherford’s art is inspired by dark and bloody feelings. “Mrs. Avery is the best part of this class point blank period,” Rutherford said.

Freshman Sinna Zheng lays on the floor for a picture. Zheng had lots of fun modeling for the photo. “The creativity going on in the class is the best part,” Zheng said. 
Junior Alex Cooper gets assistance from teacher Allyson Avery. Cooper enjoyed using photoshop. “Photoshop is cool, it's like coloring,” Cooper said.
Senior Max Rutherford holds and models the string lights for a photo. Rutherford helped model for his fellow classmates' photos. “We were taking pictures of the different kinds of light while trying to emphasize the shadow,” Rutherford said.
Junior Alex Cooper works on her emphasis photoshop project. Cooper took the photo of a bridge in Peoria, Illinois. “The difficulty of this class is my phone storage,” Cooper said.
Freshman Brynnely Gilliam helps classmates create artificial light. Gilliam had to retake the photos because they did not turn out to her standards. “My mom inspires my photos. She is always taking photos and made me realize I wanted to take a photography class,” Gilliam said. 
Freshman Sinna Zheng helps a classmate take a photo with a lamp. Zheng loved to help her classmates. “I get inspiration from the example slides Mrs. Avery shows us,” Zheng said. 

Friday, September 10, 2021

Abbi Price's Football Photo Story


Quarterback Nick Patterson hands the ball off to Gideon Brimmage. Patterson started on Varsity as a sophomore and is starting this year as a junior as well. “The field at Lucas Oil was a lot bigger and it gave me the sense of being on TV,” Patterson said.


Senior Gideon Brimmage runs the ball into the endzone for a touchdown. Brimmage scored 2 out of the 5 touchdowns MHS had against the tigers. “I realized how badly I wanted to be back on Lucas Oil in November for the state championship,” Brimmage said. 


Wide Receiver John Clampitt catches the ball thrown to him by quarterback Nick Patterson and runs toward the end zone. Clampitt is a senior on the team and has been playing since grade school. “This was my first game at Lucas Oil and it was cool to experience that with my teammates,” Clampitt said. 

Maxwell Fishel, Brady Johnson, and John Clampitt run out onto Lucas Oil field for the season’s first game. The MHS played against the Lebanon Tigers on August 20th for the Horseshoe Classic. “It was mind-blowing to be on Lucas Oil Field, it’s where all the great played," Brady Johnson said

Sophomore Levi Dorn holds onto the ball as Lebanon’s defense attempts to bring him down. Dorn is the JV quarterback and was put in during the fourth quarter. Dorn had two completions during his time on the field. 

Senior Brain Houk attempts to kick an extra point after a touchdown. Houk is the kicker for the team and played mostly Varsity during his junior year. MHS won against Lebanon 35-7.

Mooresville’s offensive line starts on the scrimmage line. Chase Price, a junior, is an offensive lineman. “This was my first game starting on varsity, and I was just really excited,” Price said.