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Bullock Cheers, Chandra Serves

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Nandini Chandra ’26 (Left) standing with the girls varsity tennis team’s GMC Champions banner. Elise Bullock ’24 (Right) standing on the track pre-game.

Bullock Cheers
Our first athlete of the week is Elise Bullock ‘24 from our varsity cheerleading team. Bullock has not only been dedicated, but passionate about her sport throughout high school. As one of the leaders on the team, she has inspired the underclassmen. She encourages her fellow cheerleaders to not only push their limits, but to continuously strive for perfection. As our cheerleading team continues to serve the school spirit at all our football games, Bullock consistently leads the student sections, as well as her team.

Chandra Serves
Our second athlete of the week is Nandini Chandra ‘26 from our varsity girls tennis team. Although Chandra is only a sophomore, she has already made a name for herself. She recently won the second singles flight tournament, making her the first ever in Edison High’s history to win a flight at this tournament. Her current statistics continue to impress, with a current record of six wins against one loss. As the girls continue to the NJSIAA tournament, as well as continuing to finish their season games, Chandra stands to lead her team to victory.

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ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25
ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Photography Editor

Araniee Sothilingam has been contributing as a staff writer and photographer for "The Eagle's Eye" since her sophomore year. When she is not writing, she enjoys reading, listening to music, or taking pictures for different school events. She can also be found after school at Student Council, DECA, Film Club, or with the EHS orchestra.

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