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Abby Riggs

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer

This is sophomore Abby Riggs’s first year on the JagWire newspaper staff. She will be taking on the role of a writer and is thrilled to learn as much as she can while on the newspaper staff. Along with being a staff member, Abby is on the varsity volleyball team and is involved with Relay for Life. Abby spends her time outside of school playing club volleyball, hanging out with her friends, and listening to Taylor Swift.

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Leaning on the tips of their toes in anticipation, freshmen Ethan Austin and Miles Brown listen for cracking as weight is added to their bridge Saturday, Feb. 25.

Science Olympiad team places tenth overall at regionals

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
February 28, 2023
Seniors Carter Harvey and Sean Olin are surrounded by their fellow cast members, as all actors present during this scene wave looking across the stage in unified song Tuesday, Dec. 6.

Repertory theater class performs Peter and the Starcatcher

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
December 13, 2022
Moving across the floor, junior Halle Wampler smiles as she performs at the Kansas state dance competition.

A behind-the-scenes look at the Silver Stars dance team

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
December 12, 2022
In sync, the cheer team performs their second routine of the day.

Cheer competes in Kansas State Championships in Topeka

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
November 21, 2022
Senior Jack Gilmore runs to the ball to kick it before his opponent does. Soccer will be attending the 6A state tournament in Wichita Friday, Nov. 4 to Saturday, Nov. 5.

Mill Valley moves up to 6A athletic classification

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
November 10, 2022
Reaching up, junior Bridgit Duffin sets up decorations for the Womens’ Empowerment Club’s Trunk at Pinnacle Gymnastics’ annual Trunk or Treat event Saturday, October 29.

Women’s Empowerment Club volunteers at trunk or treat

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
November 2, 2022
With a smile on her face, paraprofessional Kaila Masters helps senior Jackson Stutheit tie dye a shirt using yellow and red dye.

Paraeducators are fully staffed for the first time in years

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
October 12, 2022
Juniors Samantha Mullen, Allison Mulder, Jenna Graber and Faith Parker take a photo on the popular app, Be Real, Friday, Sept 2.

Social media app, Be Real, takes student body by storm

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
September 30, 2022
Standing in her office, counselor Megan Mixon holds two items that are meaningful to her Friday, September 2. Coming from Piper High School, she looks forward to the school year ahead. “I have an ‘M’ sign… I really like it because it reminds me of my family,” Mixon said.

New counselor can’t wait to start connecting with students

Abby Riggs, JagWire reporter/photographer
September 7, 2022
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