News Brief (1/15 to 1/21)

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Tuesday, Jan. 15

  • Both varsity basketball teams played Taylor High School. The boy’s team won by 12, and the girl’s team suffered a tough loss.
  • Women’s soccer beat Jersey Village 7 to 0.

Friday, Jan. 18

  • MRHS boys basketball remains undefeated after winning against Mayde Creek, 87 to 54.
  • Videos of a group of high school students surfaced showing them harassing Native American elders at the March for Life rally in Washington D.C.

Saturday, Jan. 19

  • MRHS students and staff involved in Katy Students Run ran in the Houston Marathon.
  • Trump offered a compromise from the White House to keep undocumented immigrants for up to three years if the budget for the wall goes through, which would end the government shutdown.

Sunday, Jan. 20

  • The super blood wolf moon and lunar eclipse occurred on Sunday night.

Monday, Jan 21 (MLK Day)

  • Sen. from California, Kamala Harris, announced her 2020 bid for President of the U.S.
  • The U.S. observed Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to honor the civil rights leader.
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