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Issue #8 - January 11, 2024

by Hyatts Eagle News

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Eagle News This Week


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About this publication
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Issue #8 Thursday, January 11th, 2024
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8th grade students from Mr. Meta's Eagle News class put this together weekly look at the news around our community.
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Winter Sports in Heart of Season
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Tesla Cybertruck Heat
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By Madalyn K.

Now that winter break is over our Hyatts Eagles will continue with winter sports! Let's take a look at what's coming up for them.

The 7th and 8th grade girls basketball have their home games on Tuesdays and their away games on Thursdays. On January 25th, they battle Olentangy Liberty Middle School at Liberty High School at 5 pm. 

They have another exciting game where they will compete against Shanahan at with 7th grade starting at 5PM on January 16.

The 7th grade and 8th grade boys Basketball team will also have very riveting games this month. Both the 7th grade boys and the 8th grade boys will go against Worthington Kilbourne on January 18th. On Tuesday, January 23rd, they will compete in an away game against Delaware Dempsey.

Remember to purchase your concessions that are provided by the student council!

The Hyatts wrestling team has a busy month of meets. On January 27th, they will compete against Olmsted Falls, Washington, Hamilton, and Weisenborn. They will wrap up their season on January 30th at home.

Winter sports provide a great source of entertainment for you throughout the month of January. You can come to watch the Eagles compete on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays! Winter sports are a great way to keep from being bored during the month of January!
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By: Lucas G.

In November of 2019, the Tesla Cybertruck was revealed. Tesla planned to start deliveries in 2022, but nearly two years later, they are just beginning to deliver to customers.

Not only are people furious that they underdelivered on the dates, but they also are mad about the overall aspects of the truck.

At the release event in Austin, Texas, the aspects were much higher than what was delivered. The 2019 stats were groundbreaking and would have changed the electric vehicle industry.

For example, at the original event, they had a price of 40,000 for the base model but underdelivered to a final base price of just under 60,000. Tesla says this is because of inflation, but buyers don't think so.

Furthermore, people like Marques Brownlee claim it wouldn't be such a big deal if they just put the actual price of what was said at the release event.
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