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New season causes major transition

The shouts of the cheerleaders inspires the student section as the clock counts down the final quarter of the game. But little does the student section know this cheer season has come with a pretty big change. “This year, they combined both the varsity and junior varsity teams into one big team which was a… Continue reading New season causes major transition

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Divers embrace changes

A new diving coach offers a promising season with the new dynamic he brings to the team. This diving season has come with a few changes, the biggest being a new coach. Mr. Eric Martin took on the job of head diving coach after the resignation of the previous head coach, Kirk Schreiber. Coach Martin… Continue reading Divers embrace changes

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NFL underdogs defy Super Bowl predictions

JayJ Vaughn Super Bowl Predictions In the 100th regular season of the NFL (National Football League) there were very good teams in every division. There were either clear fan favorites, and there were teams that no one wanted to be a fan of.  Some fan favorite teams that everyone thinks will win the Super Bowl… Continue reading NFL underdogs defy Super Bowl predictions

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Swim Sectional Preview

  The swim team is gearing up for their Sectional meet in early February. They had a lot of success last month at Midstate and hope to bring the same energy into the championship meet. The coaches have just as much work to do preparing for Sectionals as the swimmers. Their main focus is making… Continue reading Swim Sectional Preview

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Walker captures first in Mid-State Conference

  The boys wrestling team took on the Mid-State Conference meet last weekend in Mooresville. “The team mostly practices our call outs going into the meet. It’s basically about 30 moves that we are supposed to know and also execute. Whenever the coach tells us to execute, we are able to do them and give… Continue reading Walker captures first in Mid-State Conference

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Freshman basketball tournament

This past Saturday, the boys freshmen basketball team competed in a four-team tournament with Lafayette Harrison, Franklin Central and Martinsville. “It was good to have the opportunity to compete against teams like Harrison that we don’t usually see and have a different style of play,” freshman Nathan Kremer said. Harrison handed the boys a tough… Continue reading Freshman basketball tournament