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Camille ONeill

Camille O'Neill, Sports Director

Camille is a senior at Millard West, and this is her second year on the Catalyst staff. This year, she looks forward to covering all of the sports Millard West has to offer. In her free time, she enjoys baking, horseback riding, playing goalball, singing, hanging out with friends and playing any sort of board game or card game.

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Junior Alanna Bankston and sophomore Lauren Jones complete a block in the match against Papillion-La Vista. Jones and Bankston led the team with one block each. “We are always so upbeat when we get ready to play,” Bankston said. “The atmosphere with both of the student sections was fun to play in, and the fans really helped us keep our energy going throughout the match.”

Wildcats swat the Monarchs

September 23, 2021
Freshman Lily Dotson cuddles with her dog. She underwent two and a half years of intense treatment. We are so thankful she continues to be a warrior even when people don’t see the battle, mother Susie Dotson said. We are proud of all she has overcome.

Fighting for her life

September 15, 2021
Ryan Moseley, Jenson Groff and Kieren Langer ride side-by-side during the race. They finished the race faster than they expected. . My hope is that get to see and experience a large scale mountain bike race, see some awesome trails, and push through to the end, Moseley said. They are both strong racers, and I anticipate they will finish well.

A rocky road

September 10, 2021
With her knees bent and her glove open and facing down, sophomore Kaitlyn Fisher prepares to field the ball. The Wildcats defeated Papillion-La Vista South 13-5 on Aug 19. “Defensively, I think that weve really started to settle into our positions and were playing really solid,” Fisher said. “Weve had big moments of adversity already this season that weve had to overcome and I really think that its pushed us all to become better players out there.”

Off and swinging

September 1, 2021
Students cut into the rat and followed the directions on their lab sheet. We had to follow a guide that was step by step to dissect the rat, junior Gina Olson said. We could also ask the teacher for help if we needed it.

A gutty experience

December 18, 2020
Senior Kaitlyn Dickmeyer rolls the ball down the lane. She thinks that she needs to improve on some of her skills. “The skill that I would like to improve for the next meet is to keep my elbow in,” senior Kaitlyn Dickmeyer said. “I need to make sure that I dont top the ball which is when you twist your wrist too much which will cause it to go more towards the left.”

Rolling into action

December 17, 2020
Junior Campbell Macy stands holding a box of the donuts that she designed. On the top of the box, there is a donut with red hot frosting. “We turned the cinnamon candy into a very thick syrup and emulsified that into our standard white icing,” Bob’s Donuts chef Keri Tull said. “We already had an apple cake donut that we were selling so we used that. The toppings are a syrup that we made and crushed cinnamon candy.”

Donut in the making

December 4, 2020

Your voice, your vote

November 12, 2020
This picture shows what each bracelet says. They are blue bracelets. “This summer, I got diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, Fellman said. Because of COVID, the JDRF isn’ doing a walk this year, so I ordered bracelets to support them.”

Fight for a Cure

October 28, 2020
Junior Ava Rongisch and senior Madi Warren look up at each other while wearing a mask. They stood on the softball field getting ready to play. When it is hot out, the gator mask does get pretty sweaty, junior Ava Rongisch said. Also, when we are done running and have to put up our mask it makes it a little hard to breathe. We all know it’s for our safety.

Mask up and play on

September 18, 2020

West implements new CCR QT

September 15, 2020
Students in room 131 learn on their computers while they are in person. Every student is wearing a mask.

Safe schedule changes

August 28, 2020
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