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Athlete of the week – Scott Bazemore

Athlete of the week – Scott Bazemore

Gabby Mycio-Spring, Staff Writer
October 30, 2015
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

Touchdown, the crowd goes wild, anxiety fills the field and the stands, and junior Scott Bazemore lines up to punt the ball. Before first playing football in seventh grade, Bazemore said he has always loved  football. According to Bazemore, every day after school the team works hard getting ready...

Undefeated varsity football team

Undefeated varsity football team

Taylor Wasmund, News Editor
October 29, 2015
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

The Varsity football team is undefeated this season 8-0 and is ranked 37 nationally and sixth in the state, as of Oct. 26. “[A high rank] gives us a sense of pride,” senior Nathaniel Edmonds said. “We want something for our class to be remembered for.” On Friday, Oct. 23, the varsity team...

Staying strong in summer

Staying strong in summer

La'Odicea Duplantier, Staff Writer
June 22, 2015
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, SPORTS

The annual strength and conditioning camp will be held this summer, starting June 22 and ending July 30 on campus. The camp is 6 weeks long, Monday through Thursday.  Students attending will be working on speed, strength and agility. “It is important to continue developing strength and speed throughout...

Healthy habits

Healthy habits

Bridget McGeagh, Sports Editor
June 19, 2015
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, SPORTS

Eating healthy is a recommended lifestyle choice from parents, coaches and even doctors. It is easier to have healthy home-made options, rather than studying a menu like an encyclopedia, asking the waiter the calorie count. Even though eating out is not ideal for health nuts, it is necessary – birthdays...

Gotta’ kick it up

Gotta’ kick it up

Arielle Green, Staff Writer
November 28, 2014
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

No ball involved. No score board. No helmets or jerseys. Just uniforms, make up and the rhythm of their own beat. They compete. They are not scored upon, but are judged by a panel of professionals. However, this is only one of the reasons why the question of are dance and cheerleading sports, still lingers...

The lone diver

The lone diver

Noah Sanchez, Features Editor
November 26, 2014
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

He steps to the edge of the board. He knows what he is doing. He has been practicing for months. One twist and a flip. Simple. He launches himself off the board and the world spins and quickly disappears as senior Maximillian Finnegan dives into the water. Joining at the beginning of his junior year,...

Athlete of the week – Justin Pratt

Athlete of the week – Justin Pratt

Anna Ta, News Editor
November 19, 2014
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

Soft-spoken junior Justin Pratt makes up for his quiet voice with his loud presence. Lifted by the support of his team, he excels on the football field. “I love football for the pure sport of it,” Pratt said. “Having people there with me, close to me, is really important, too.” However...

Bama-bound

Bama-bound

Bridget McGeagh, Sports Editor
November 17, 2014
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, SPORTS

Senior Tabitha Brown officially signed to play volleyball for the University of Alabama on a full scholarship. She planned on attending this school since her sophomore year, when she verbally committed. Playing the position of an outside hitter and rarely ever leaving the court, Brown often feels overwhelmed. “I’ve...

Bittersweet endings and new beginnings

Bittersweet endings and new beginnings

Sanah Jivani, Print Editor-in-Chief
November 12, 2014
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

“I know high school's almost done, but I don’t think I’ll ever be done playing volleyball with these girls,” senior Brooke Regalado said. “I don’t know what I’m going to do. The fact that it’s all almost over hasn’t kicked in yet, and I don’t know if it ever will.” Regalado,...

Christopher Lestage – Athlete of week

Christopher Lestage – Athlete of week

Sanah Jivani, Print Editor-in-Chief
November 12, 2014
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, KCTV, Showcase, SPORTS

He holds his breath as he awaits the results. Being a varsity swimmer, he dedicates every second of his free time to what he loves most. This is it. Breaking this record would make all of the hard work and persistence well worth it. As the results come in, the pressure is off, and he knows that this...

Ralph Lee – Athlete of the week

Ralph Lee – Athlete of the week

Noah Sanchez, Features Editor
November 5, 2014
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, KCTV, Showcase, SPORTS

Breathing hard, he dashes across the court. The blur of green has gone back and forth at least five times now, but he is determined to make this final hit count. He leaps, and strikes. He slowly begins to smile, because he knows he has left it all on the court—or more accurately, on the other side...

Equality in athletics

Equality in athletics

Viviana Camarillo, Staff Writer
November 3, 2014
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

“The United States believes gender equality is critical to our shared goals of prosperity, stability, and peace, and …investing in women and girls worldwide is critical to advancing U.S. foreign policy” -Secretary Of State John Kerry Throughout the world, women encounter issues when trying...

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