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  • May 25Nine days until school is out on June 3.
  • April 22There will be after school tutoring Friday April 22nd taking place in the library from 2:20 to 3:20
  • April 22The next School Board meeting will be taking place on May 9th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • March 22Spring break begins after school on Friday the 25th!
  • March 22Next year's class registration will be available on PowerSchool from March 21st to March 25th.

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Sophomore Gracee Robidou holds a basketball as she poses for her picture. This is Robidous first year on varsity.

The snowball effect of Covid on winter sports

Gwen Rogizinski January 23, 2022

GIRLS BASKETBALL BLINDSIDED BY COVID BLIZZARD COVID-19 hit the girls basketball team hard. The first week brought many surprises and unexpected quarantines that could have easily set the team back for...

Training for his upcoming football season,  Freshman Isaac Reifshneider is “looking for a better season next year in football,” Reifshneider said. The JV football team ended their 2021 season with 5-3.

Powerlifting into the next day

Gaven Numinen, Business manager January 10, 2022

At 2:45 p.m. every Monday through Thursday, the powerlifting group lines up in four lines in the cafeteria to do exercises. Then they go to the weight room. Freshman Isaac Reifshneider looks at the board...

Fall round-up: Sports seasons final standings

Fall round-up: Sports seasons final standings

Gwen Rogozinski, Staff Reporter November 18, 2021

  FOOTBALL The varsity football team ended the season with two good wins after several gains and losses. The team got two good wins to end their season. After beating St. Charles 28-14 for...

Sophomore outside hitter Gracee Robidou serves the ball in the Stockbridge Panthers first win against Quincy. They ended the night with a close win going into all five sets.

Girls varsity volleyball team brings home first win

Gwen Rogozinski, student reporter September 10, 2021

The varsity volleyball team netted their first win of the season against Quincy this past week in a competitive match, going into all five sets. The Panthers still came out on top with their first win...

Athletes were required to be COVID antigen tested every Monday morning to participate in spring sports for the 2021 season.

Spring sports lose athletes due to Covid-19 testing

Alexis Griffith, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

Eleventh grade distance runner Brooklyn Rochow had to quarantine because her brother tested positive for COVID-19.  Although it was affecting everyone, student athletes were being affected much worse. Serious...

Results mixed for signing athletes and committed recruiters, futures of collegiate athletes hang in balance

Results mixed for signing athletes and committed recruiters, futures of collegiate athletes hang in balance

Peyton Killinger, Reporter April 16, 2021

As hard as playing a college sport already was, it got harder this year. With everything going on, student athletes in high school had to work even harder to get in touch with college coaches, and get...

Noah Robidou, 12, practices shooting at Stockbridge High School. The clock is running out not on the scoreboard, but time for the season. The basketball season starts on February 21st 2021.

The importance of a final winter season for athletes after not finishing in 2020

Peyton Killinger, Reporter January 26, 2021

Senior Noah Robidou, a varsity basketball player, had been putting in work ever since the end of his 2020 season that was cut short by the pandemic, and he is not wanting to give up his season. His opportunity...

In Michigan, MHSAA’s new pandemic regulations on sports have affected many athletes. As of June 2, athletes are forced to wear masks during their games, and many other sport specific rules were put in place. (Pictured from left to right, Jonah Huskey-Wright, Jacob Olson, Jordan Huskey-Wright, Isaac Lance and Carson Oversmith).

Difficulty breathing

Isaac Lance, Reporter October 9, 2020

Senior Luke Suojanen, captain of the soccer team, reminisces to previous seasons and how he wishes the sport was played the same. “It’s been pretty hard for the team to adjust, the masks make it...

The varsity football team takes on Comstock for their first game of the season on September 18. They remained persistent when the season was very unpredictable, proving that in the first game with a 47 to 21 win.

Changing the game of football

Larissa Boyce, Reporter October 9, 2020

 Quarterback Riley Kennedy thought the first varsity football practice was great. “It was cool being around all the guys and having fun,” he said. In fact, Kennedy had “no clue” of what he would...

Money talks for the NCAA, sort of

Money talks for the NCAA, sort of

Spencer McLennen, Guest Writer February 21, 2020

On September 30, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom of California signed a historic bill that could alter the future of the NCAA. This bill would allow NCAA student-athletes to profit off his/her likeness, without...

Common among individual and team sports: injuries

Common among individual and team sports: injuries

Justin Jaszkowski, Web editor February 3, 2020

Boys basketball: 2 injuries. Competitive cheer: 1 injury. Wrestling: 1 injury. Bowling: 1 injury.   The numbers look good, but according to athletic director Meghan Kunzelman, winter...

Cooling down after the quick race, Dalton Satkowiak 10, Micah Bolton 9, Brock Jones 11, Collin Cook 9, Andy Schlaff 11, Cameron Brewer 11, Ryan Owen 9 and Ben Chapman 10 of boys cross team take another lap around the home course. The team finished 4th in the meet.

Strong finish in Panther Invitational hints to season title for cross teams

Emily Breslin, Staff Reporter December 5, 2019

On a beautiful Saturday morning in the village, the birds were chirping, the morning sun rising, and the dew still fresh on the ground. That was until the steady pounding of feet swept it off the grass....

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