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The NBA debate: The Thunder Buddies are for real

Mark Suchy, Reporter

December 4, 2017


Filed under Sports

What if I told you the best team in the National Basketball Association isn’t from the Bay Area? What if I told you a team that made the conference finals last year, upgraded at two key positions and extended their bench? What if I also told you they were coached by a man who took a team from...

The NBA debate: It’s the Dubs title to win (again)

Max Herbkersman, Reporter

December 4, 2017


Filed under Sports

With the 2017-2018 NBA season underway, it’s time for me to make my way too early prediction for the champion. The Golden State Warriors will hoist the Larry O’Brian trophy for a third time in four years. I am by no means a Golden State fan. I would hate to see them in the finals for a fourth...

Wrestling: Dropping bodies and pounds

Megan, Lime

December 4, 2017


Filed under Sports

In the sport of wrestling, it is very common to lose or gain weight and to move up or down weight classes. This is done in order to increase the wrestler’s chances of winning their matches. Wrestlers cutting weight to compete in a weight class is nothing new. Unfortunately, many of these athletes...

Athlete of the month: Dillon Coffey

Athlete of the month: Dillon Coffey

Emily McNicholas, Reporter

November 28, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Dripping in sweat and breathing heavily, Dillon Coffey rounds the sharp hill crest and sprints past the Dulaney runner. Since freshman year, Coffey has contributed to the varsity cross country team and stands out as a top performer.  He has worked his way to being team captain for his senior year...

Cheerleaders need cheering too

Cheerleaders need cheering too

Sarah Borton, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Crisp, autumn Friday nights under the lights.  The fans, the team, the staff, and the cheerleaders.  An image just popped into your head, didn’t it?  If one of them were missing, it doesn’t seem in place.  For example, the cheerleaders, if they weren’t there, who would the audience watch in-between...

Allied soccer team wins another championship

Allied soccer team wins another championship

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Allied soccer team attended the pumpkin bowl on Nov. 7 at Franklin High school. The team won all four games, securing the championship. The group of students became unified under Coach Rhoads' guidance and encouragement. The players' enthusiasm for the sport was evident by their communication...

To run strongly, you must think strongly

To run strongly, you must think strongly

Nicole Burkoski, Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

I have had plenty of experience not only with athletics but with challenges of mental health. Last year was one of the hardest times I have faced throughout my life. I attempted to continue my regular life by attending school and continuing my running but I realized not being in the right state of...

Fall sports injury update

Emily McNicholas, Reporter

October 25, 2017


Filed under Sports

Who:  Nick Moore (’19) Injury:  Broken left collar bone What Happened:  While running for a touchdown during varsity football practice, Moore was tackled by a teammate.  He landed on his left shoulder and later found out he had broken his collar bone. Coach Evans Says:  “Nick had a...

All about the money: NCAA vs athletes

Brady McGee, Reporter

October 23, 2017


Filed under Sports

“At some schools, summer vacation is only seven to 10 days.” So says late Auburn football player Phil Lutzenkirchen in an article written online for SBNATION, in which he discusses the off-season for college athletes. Other schools may allow two to three weeks for summer break, which is hardly...

Increases in turf burn leads to infection

Increases in turf burn leads to infection

Max Herbkersman, Reporter

October 23, 2017


Filed under Sports

There are multiple new rules in these upcoming and past seasons added to the National Federation of State High School Associations that athletes feel are very unnecessary, have no effect, don’t make sense, don’t relate to the sport and do not impact the play of the game. Rule 6-5-2 on the NHSH...

Goalie Camryn Kelbaugh dominates in field hockey

Goalie Camryn Kelbaugh dominates in field hockey

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

October 23, 2017


Filed under Sports

Field hockey has been a major part of Camryn Kelbaugh’s (’18) entire life. She first began playing the sport in fourth grade, and now the varsity goalie practices up to six times a week during the season and four times a week in the offseason. “I really enjoy the competitiveness of the sport...

The NFL anthem debate: NFL players have the right to kneel

Mark Suchy, Reporter

October 18, 2017


Filed under Sports

I would like to preface this article by stating: I stand for the Star Spangled Banner, I support our troops, and I am incredibly proud to be American. However I find myself even more thankful and blessed to be American during times like these; when the nation is divided over their stance on players...

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