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11/28 Varsity Men’s Basketball Vs. South Columbus

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Photo by Grace Kitchen
The Trojans huddled up discussing the game plan during a timeout.

On Tuesday, November 28th the Trojans went head to head with the South Columbus Stallions. The Trojans got an early lead in the first and second quarter going into halftime 50-21. The game ended with a final score of 66-26 with an amazing 40 point difference.

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Grace Kitchen, Staff Writer
Grace Kitchen is a 16-year-old sophomore originating from Ohio who moved to the Ocean Isle area in 2021. Kitchen spends most of her time listening to music on her record player and playing basketball.   “I grew up with basketball,” said Kitchen. “It's just always been around me. It probably helped that my sister also played it, so that motivated me as well.”   Growing up with seven other siblings, Kitchen had no shortage of playmates growing up, inspiring her passion and competitive spirit on the court.   One challenge Kitchen faces on the court is the inability to wear her hearing aid while playing. Kitchen grew up needing a hearing aid, and the help of her audiologist influenced Kitchen to want to do the same, to help others in the same way that she was helped by them.   “I’ve gone to different audiologists throughout all of my life,” said Kitchen. “I looked up to them because they did what I thought no one could ever do.”   Kitchen was recommended the class by a counselor and joined the West Wind looking for another opportunity to write after finishing her creative writing class in freshman year. Kitchen's enjoyment of writing will push her to new heights in the West Wind journalism class.   “I’m looking forward to getting out of my shell with this class and exploring the more social aspects of high school,” said Kitchen.
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