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Hockey has Hattie heading to Germany

Playing sport at an international level is something that most teenagers can only dream about, but for local teen Hattie Shand, that dream is about to become a reality. In around a month's time, Hattie is set to fly out to Europe to spend two weeks representing Australia on hockey fields all around Germany at the School Sport Aus...

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Jack and Sophia are Wicked

Watching the musical Wicked for the first time, Sophia Thompson knew she wanted to be on the stage. Fast forward five years, and the Scotch College student is starring in a local production of the play, a prequel to L. Frank Baum's classic The Wizard of Oz, next week. "When I actually saw Wicked for the first time, I thought to m...

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Sophie's Beautiful Act

Miss World Australia national finalist Sophie Ludbrook isn't your average pageant queen. Currently on a gap year after Year 12, the aspiring doctor and part-time model who lives on the family farm in the Adelaide Hills decided to try her hand at the event for the first time, but only after researching the beauty pageant's credenti...

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Scotch rowers ready for Head of the River

What started 95 years ago with a challenge between a public and a private school has become SA's biggest and most prestigious school sports event. For Scotch College student Zach Cooper-Baldock, listening to rap music in a shed pumps him up for the biggest race of the rowing calendar. The First VIII boys crew captain uses mus...

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Ben Francis captures Lions Public Speaking Award

On 25 February, the Lions Club of Murray Bridge hosted its annual Youth of the Year event at the Johnstone Park clubrooms. The students who took up the challenge were Breigh Angove and Joy Omega from Murray Bridge High School, Esther Gutteridge from Tyndale College and Ben Francis from Scotch College. They were interviewed in the...

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