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East Tennis Invitational Preview

On Sept. 19, the boys tennis team will compete in the East Tennis Invitation.  The invitational should be very competitive.  Head coach, Mr. Runge said, “The teams competing will be Reitz Memorial, Providence, and Columbus East. We will be participating at Columbus East at 9 a.m.”  It should be a great time for the team… Continue reading East Tennis Invitational Preview

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Cross country begins season with high expectations

Cross country has had a good start to their season in hopes of making this year one the best one yet. Junior Conner Watson placed first, earning the title of the Boys Individual Champion, at the Triton Earlybird Invitational. Watson is anticipating a great season and is proud of his team. “We’ve been training hard,… Continue reading Cross country begins season with high expectations

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Boys tennis

So far, this season the boys tennis team has a record of 6-2, with high hopes for the remainder of their matches.             Coaches Jeremy Runge and Ben Sutton began preparing the team for their season as soon as the high school sports restrictions were lifted.              “As soon as they lifted the restrictions, the… Continue reading Boys tennis

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Girls soccer team kicks off a new season

The girls soccer team, while starting their training slightly later than they usually do, has already proven to be pushing through and overcoming obstacles. “We have had less opportunity to train than a normal season, but we have done some really good work so far. We have a hardworking group so we can make up… Continue reading Girls soccer team kicks off a new season

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Boys basketball Sectional Editorial

Where do we begin, the salty relationship between Center Grove and Greenwood. Our school has always demised the school who has dominated our basketball world, until now. The Greenwood Varsity team defeated Center Grove to win the school’s first basketball sectional since 2002. The team ends a 22 game losing streak to Center Grove dating… Continue reading Boys basketball Sectional Editorial