A survey was sent out to SHS students to pick their top 10
favorite Journal photos taken throughout the year
1. On Oct. 30, SHS faced Ben Davis.
They lost 54-14. This was SHS varsity
football's last game of the season.
The game ended with seniors,
coaches and families coming
together on the field to look back
over their high school football
careers. The photo was taken as the
varsity players attempted to block
Ben Davis after the line up. This
game was still not at full capacity.
Fans, players and cheerleaders
were required to wear masks due to
COVID-19. Photo by Grace Elder
2. Prom was not like the “normal” annual school
dance. This year it was called MORP to
represent a backwards prom. Only seniors were
allowed to attend, and they were placed into
groups. In this photo, students enjoyed using a
photo booth provided by SHS. After prom court
was announced, prom queen Mariah Murillo
enjoyed using the booth along with her friends.
Although seniors had been taking pictures all
night long, a different sense of unity was able to
be captured. Photo by Grace Elder
3. Sophomore Nickens Lemba and orchestra
teacher Thomas Wright play basketball
outside of school hours together. The
Journal asked them to meet at the school
so a cover picture could be taken for Issue
3 of The Journal. The sports section has
followed Lemba’s journey here at SHS.
This photo captured their bond well, and it
meant a lot to Wright. Photo by Kelsey Jones
4. Freshman Mary Pfeiffer performs a one-
leg extension during a cheerleading stunt. Photo by Emma Main
6. Senior Julia Dye conducts the marching band
during one of the first football games of the year,
as the sun sets behind her. Photo by Grace Elder
7. Seniors Mariah Murillo and Trevin
Nguyen stand together after being
announced MORP king and queen.
Murillo holds her crown in shock as
she looks at her classmates. Photo by
his arms to
9. Senior Bryce
to turn his
wins the match
but loses in the
finals. He came
in second place.
10. Boys varsity
for a good
The boys won
Center Grove. Photo by
295 total votes