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Brix Baylon

Brix Baylon, Senior

Brix Baylon is a Filipino who has a lot of talents. He tries his best to be the perfect student-athlete he can possibly be. He loves sports as much as he wants to get his education. He can basically do any sport. Whether it's basketball, tennis, track, or any sport you can name, he probably can play it. If not, then he’ll definitely want to learn it.

Brix has a few secret talents that many people wouldn’t think he’ll have like singing, dancing, drawing, and even acting. Brix is also very competitive. The reason he tries to have as many talents he can possibly have is because he always wants to be better than the person next to him. His dream is to be a professional athlete. His ultimate goal is to play basketball for his country on the national level. He wants everybody to know that he’s proud to be a Filipino.

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Legendary Pictures

Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

By: Brix Baylon, Senior
April 7, 2021
Junior Mason Wallace shoots a free throw during the game against Steele. The Rockets feel to Steele, 71-81.

Boys basketball falls to Steele

By: Brix Baylon, Senior
February 10, 2021
Senior Davion Wilson lays up a shot during the game against Wagner. The boys beat the Thunderbirds in OT, 91-83.

Boys basketball beats Wagner

By: Brix Baylon, Senior
January 20, 2021
Review: Wonder Woman 1984

Review: Wonder Woman 1984

By: Brix Baylon, Senior
January 11, 2021
The girls celebrate a big win against Reagan, 48-39. Junior Amira Mabry scored big with 20 points for the night.

Girls basketball beats Reagan

By: Brix Baylon, Senior
December 2, 2020
Senior Dylan Juarez serves the ball during his match against the Knights. The Rockets lost to the Knights, 10-1.

Tennis falls to Steele

October 8, 2020
Junior Diego Cortes serves the ball during a match against East Central. The Rockets fell to the Hornets 10-4.

Tennis falls to East Central

By: Brix Baylon, Senior
September 21, 2020
20th Century Studios

Review: New Mutants

By: Brix Baylon, Senior
August 31, 2020
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