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The 2013 Lowell High School PRIDE Banquet honorees, who represent the top academic graduates, are, front row from left, Alison Itzack, Rebecca Greaney, Elizabeth Hilt, Lynn Galiher, Brittany Blankenburg, Emily King, Julia Witvliet, Megan Degroot, Abby Layer, Vicki Miley, Brianne Manley, midd…
Danny Zuko (Jared Cottingham), center, shares his version of a summer fling with the Burger Palace boys in the musical "Grease," set for the Lowell High School stage next week.
Sandy Dumbrowski (Kaley Lewis), center, sings about a romantic "Summer Night" as the Pink Ladies and Ensemble listeners gather around her in a scene from the Lowell High School production of "Grease" opening Thursday.
Teams begin the opening rush in a previous Lowell High School Dodge Ball Tournament. Forty teams make up the tourney field each year.
The Amish team enters from the bleachers to take the court during a past Lowell High School Dodge Ball Tournament. Exotic team names and uniforms are the norm in the annual tourney, which draws a huge crowd each year.
Baylee Bunce, left, posted the highest individual score to earn Indiana Academic Decathlon Honors Division State Champion honors, while Lowell High School teammate Katie Wilkey won three medals as LHS finished as Large School Division runner-up.
Lowell High School Academic Decathlon Team leaders Katie Wilkey and Shanya Turner are all smiles after Lowell's regional victory last month, and hope to be smiling again after this weekend's state finals, which Lowell enters in second-place among the 10 Large School Division teams.
The Lowell High School Academic Decathlon team won the Kankakee Valley Regional on Jan. 19 and advanced to the state finals this weekend with the second highest overall score statewide, from left to right, junior Baylee Bunce, senior Eli Ceiga, senior Mikayla Blievernicht, senior Katie Wilke…
The Lowell High School Academic Decathlon team won the Kankakee Valley Regional on Jan. 19 and advanced to the Feb. 8-9 state finals with the second highest overall score statewide, from left to right, junior Baylee Bunce, senior Eli Ceiga, senior Mikayla Blievernicht, senior Katie Wilkey, s…
Lowell High School Academic Decathlon Team leaders Katie Wilkey and Shanya Turner are all smiles after Lowell's regional victory.
Clara Oddbody, Angel second class, (Lynn Galliher) attempts to convince George Bailey (Jared Cottingham) to consider the value of his life and not jump off the bridge in a scene from "It's a Wonderful Life,' opening Nov. 15 at Lowell High School.
George Bailey (Jared Cottingham) is falling in love with Mary Hatch (Morgan Farrell) although he doesn’t want her telling him what to do in a scene from the upcoming production of "It's a Wonderful Life" at Lowell High School.
The 1993 Lowell High School baseball team, headed by coach Kent Hess, bottom row left, will be inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame this Sunday.
The action promises to be fast and furious - and the costumes just as wild as ever - as teams of students and staff from Lowell High School compete in the seventh annual Dodge Ball Tournament beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Members of the cast and chorus of Lowell High School's production of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" pose for a group mug shot after a "hot" speakeasy is busted by an undercover police officer.
While trying to attract his affections, Millie (Selena VanBaber), from left, realizes that Trevor (Jordan Rowe) only has eyes for Dorothy (Maddie Pyke), as Muzzy (Mallory Swisher) already knows, in a scene from "Thoroughly Modern Millie," opening at 6 p.m. Thursday on the Lowell High School …
Mrs. Meers (Lynn Galliher) expresses her disdain for "tapping" while preparing to admit another young actress to the Hotel Priscilla, a haven for young women arriving in New York City in 1922 to find a new life in the Big Apple.
Hannibal, portrayed by Jacob Cook, from left; Jeffrey, portrayed by Mike Kroll; and Fairy May, portrayed by Katie Morario, three of the "Cloisters," strike a familiar pose in a scene from the Lowell High School production of "The Curious Savage," with performances at 6 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. …
The "Cloisters" and the Savage family pose for a family portrait. The Lowell High School thespians are, clockwise from lower left, Fairy May, portrayed by Katie Morario; Hannibal, portrayed by Jacob Cook; Samuel Savage, portrayed by Jordan Rowe; Titus Savage, portrayed by Josh Kerwin; Lily B…
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