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Lexie Holder

Lexie Holder, Staff writer

Ninth grade student-athlete Lexie Holder finds a balance between her Mcintosh softball schedule and contributing to journalism as a new member of the Mcintosh Trail and finding time to continue to write as a passion. She is a two-year consecutive Laws of Life winner and a former Middle School ambassador. Her favorite all-time writers are music critic Lester Bangs and Bob Dylan. She always finds time to be social and is always ready for a music trivia question.

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Senior Legacy: Bailey Lopez

Lexie Holder, Staff writer May 17, 2019

  1-  How have you made McIntosh a better place, what was your contribution to campus? (sports, personal relationship, etc.) “I have made it better by lightning up the day of my classmates...

To the Beat of The Drum: Seniors Walk the Halls one Last Time

Lexie Holder, Staff writer May 16, 2019

Principal Dr. Dan Lane and Assistant Principal Dan Lakly lead the class of 2019 on a final tour of MHS, escorted and saluted by the Spirit of McIntosh drum line.   

Seniors participate in senior week by dressing up as senior citizens on Tuesday.

Seniors Celebrate Their Last Week of High School

Alissa Dannehl and Lexie Holder May 16, 2019

For the past few years, senior week has been a tradition passed down to each generation of seniors. It is the last week of high school for seniors and to celebrate, each day they dress up to a new theme....

PTCGSA 18U softball team in Atlanta for Peachtree City softball day at Georgia Tech.

PTCGSA to Georgia Tech for PTC Softball Day

Lexie Holder, Staff writer May 2, 2019

The Peachtree City Girls Softball Association traveled to Atlanta on Sunday, April 28 to attend PTCGSA day at Georgia Tech. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets played the Syracuse Orangemen in a wipeout run-rule...

The Trail poses with awards

The Trail Travels to Athens for Annual GSPA Awards Ceremony

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Apr 17, 2019

  Every year, The University of Georgia in Athens hosts the Georgia Scholastic Press Association. GSPA is the gathering of newspapers, literary magazines, and other photography and newspaper...

Ninth grade baseball loses last home game

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Mar 28, 2019

The final home game of the ninth grade Chief’s season was a game to behold. Although the Chiefs didn’t win, they rallied all the way through. The Chiefs played Pike County and the game was stretched...

Trey King walks off third base when inning is over.

Going, Going, Gone: Ninth Grade Baseball Loses to Opponent

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Mar 21, 2019

The freshmen baseball team played Northgate on Wednesday, March 13 in a tight game that had the audience members on the edges of their seats until the very last up-to-bat. Unfortunately, the Chiefs lost...

Shakespeare Tavern acts RJ60 at McIntosh.

REVIEW: Shakespeare Tavern’s Performance of RJ60

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Mar 20, 2019

The Shakespeare Tavern came to McIntosh on March 13 and 14 to perform Romeo and Juliet for freshmen students studying the play and anyone interested. The tavern pressed a two-hour play into one hour to...

Under the Turf: Super Bowl Human Trafficking

Lexie Holder, Dani Davis, Austyn Evans, and Charlotte Moore Feb 13, 2019

Super Bowl LXlll took place Sun. Feb. 3 in Atlanta, Georgia.  With this large event comes parties, bets, and gambling, food, etc. However, there is a darker, lesser-known side to the Super Bowl: sex...

New Baseball Coach Kelley: Baseball was my First True Love

New Baseball Coach Kelley: “Baseball was my First True Love”

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Feb 2, 2019

New to McIntosh the 2018-2019 school year is Coach William Kelley.  Kelley will be replacing former health, P.E, and baseball coach David Munoz. Kelley is coming from Ola High School in Henry County,...

Lady Chiefs Beat the Buzzer Against Troup County

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Nov 29, 2018

Girls’ varsity basketball won in an extraordinarily close game against Troup County last Tuesday, November 27. Troup had the lead had until the last 40 seconds of the game. Senior Rylee Calhoun hit...

Boys’ Basketball has Begun

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Nov 16, 2018

McIntosh High School and other Fayette County schools are ready to start a fresh new season of America’s favorite indoor past-time. The McIntosh season starts with an initial starter excitedly referred...

The newest inductees into the MHS Thespian Society.

Thespian Society inducts new members

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Oct 21, 2018

Every year the Thespian Society chooses one week out of the school year to introduce new actors to the Thespian family. Each Thespian chooses a new person to be introduced and then they become their “sibling.”...

Freshmen Boys Basketball Tryouts This Week

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Oct 21, 2018

Basketball is a winter athletic that keeps McIntosh’s spirit high throughout the winter season. McIntosh boys basketball has three level teams: freshmen, junior varsity, and varsity. Although...

Abbey Terry comes up to bat against East Coweta early in the season.

Varsity Softball

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Oct 9, 2018

Softball is an essential athletic to McIntosh. Softball has over 32 games a season, not including playoffs, and every game represents the McIntosh High School athletic image. McIntosh's Lady Chiefs practice...

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PTC Little League team plays in World Series

Lexie Holder, Staff writer Aug 22, 2018

The Peachtree City Little League team traveled to Williamsport, Pennsylvania to compete in the Little League World Series. For fourteen young boys, a dream come true happened late August 8, when they won...

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