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Kendall Johnson

Kendall Johnson, Features Editor

I am a senior at Bonita Vista High  and this is my second year on the Crusader. Last year I was an Arts and Culture Editor and this year I am the Features CPS (center page spread) Editor.  I initially joined newspaper because I’ve always had a passion for writing. I stayed because of how quickly I grew to love journalism, the class environment and the relationships I built with my fellow staff members. I strongly believe that journalists are such a vital part of a community, and how journalism is an art that will always be important in our society. I am looking to continue this passion in the future. Outside of newspaper, I participate in field hockey and lacrosse, I am also the  Vice President of Task Force and Co-president of the Hiking Club.

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On Feb. 2 at the Metro League Championship tournament, Bonita Vista High (BVH) 126 pound wrestler and sophomore Ivan Hernandez runs a double leg takedown on his opponent. Earlier in the season, Hernandez wrestled in the 115 pound weight class, later bulking so that he could compete in the heavier 126 pound weight class.

Grappling with the sacrifice

Kendall Johnson, Features Editor
February 10, 2024
In room 705, Expository Reading and Writing English teacher Carmen Stokes displays basketball paraphernalia along her walls. Stokes has been a basketball fan for years, supporting her son Jerry Stokes who plays on Bonita Vista high (BVH’s) varsity basketball team.

[Photo] Surrounded by the game

Delilah Bannister, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
The magnificent Magtotos

The magnificent Magtotos

Kendall Johnson, Features Editor
November 1, 2023
Senior and ASB president Alexis Acosta looks over ASB documents with senior and ASB member Aryanna Baca. Acosta and Baca have been friends since elementary school.

[Photo] Persevering under pressure

Sophia Calderon, news copy editor
September 22, 2023
Brendan Cheung (left) and Marissa Rivera (right) compete in the Foster City Race with various competitions taking place throughout the day. The team came home with three bronze medals in total. (Photo provided by Tara Zamora)

Paddling and parenthood

Kendall Johnson, Features Editor
September 22, 2023
No access, no focus

No access, no focus

Kendall Johnson, Features Editor
September 20, 2023
Appreciating Mother Earth

Appreciating Mother Earth

Kendall Johnson, A&C Section Editor
May 9, 2023
BVH through the decades

[Photo] BVH through the decades

Grace Na, Managing Editor
March 15, 2023
Both teachers and students on the Bonita Vista High campus can identify as bibliophiles. Many have been avid readers since their youth and have set new reading goals for 2023.

Baron bibliophiles

Kendall Johnson, A&C editor
January 31, 2023
Junior Aiden Koenig, sophomore Natalie Lewis and sophomore Amelia Roy sit together and enjoy as Home Alone opens on the screen. Many students bring their own blankets to sit on in the cold.

A night under the stars

Kendall Johnson, A&C Section Editor
January 12, 2023
Junior Merseis Marinelli shops at Veterans thrift store, one of the many thrift stores she buys from and donates to. She goes thrifting with her friends.

[Photo] Flipping fashion

Nico Gatten, News Editor
December 10, 2022
On Saturday, Nov. 12 BVH raced against several different schools at Morley Field during the cross country CIF finals. Sophomore Aaron Tighe runs during the beginning of the race, trailed by varying schools.

[Photo] A good end to the season

Maddie Almodovar, Editor-in-Chief
December 8, 2022
On December 2nd BVH principal Lee Romero installs the new nameplate on his office door.

No longer temporary

Kendall Johnson, A&C Editor
December 1, 2022
A boot steps on Jeffrey Dahmers signature glasses. An overlay of a polaroid captures this moment.

Monster: In the media

Kendall Johnson, A&C Editor
November 2, 2022
BVH boys cross country starts their race on Oct. 14 at Rohr Park with a great lead. The team is ready after practicing for hours, and are determined.

Runners, on your mark, get set, go!

Kendall Johnson, Arts and Cultures Editor
October 30, 2022
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