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
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
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indycar are defining parts of Indiana and the state’s history. The Hulman family, who has owned the track since 1945 and the IndyCar series, have sold the famous landmark and the IndyCar series to Roger Penske. I think that this is quite possibly the best thing to happen to the… Continue reading Indianapolis Motor Speedway sold to prestigious team owner
The boys and girls cross country team had their mind on one goal: to advance to the Regional championships as a team. Though the boys team lost an athlete, many boys stepped up to help the team advance. “If the team scores well in Sectionals, which I believe we will, we will be able to… Continue reading Cross country prepares for Regionals
Officials making calls, workers selling food, and tickets being sold, all go into the vast expense of school sports. “Boys basketball we get the most profit year in and year out. We also give money to football because there is a ton of expenses that go into it,” Athletic Director Mr. Irwin said. The items… Continue reading What goes into funding sports?
Downtown Greenwood is a place that has plenty of potential, and the preservation of the North Gym at the old Greenwood Middle School has allowed for a fieldhouse project that should allow for Greenwood residents to have a place for fun and getting fit. “There’s two parts. There is a new facility that is being… Continue reading New fieldhouse project excites students
This year GHS and all the schools in the Mid-State conference will increase its admission prices. The new price will now be $6. “The conference as a whole went to six dollars number one reason. It is also to cover the cost of officials and workers, that’s the main reason the conference made the switch… Continue reading New sports admission cost hits Greenwood