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Mens and womens track in full stride

Justin Schray, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2016


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Taylor Machette Grade: 12 Womens Track Track in three words: collaboration, independence, rewarding “I like the sport because it gives you a chance to be around people with many different talents.” “It’s all about how much you push yourself. All of your body is in pain because the...

A new perspective on senior year

A new perspective on senior year

Justin Schray, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2016


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Watching her son play out his final year of sports, Theresa Best, mother of senior AJ Best, feels sad that it’s coming to an end, but is ready for her son to figure out what he wants to do with his life, as well as make a plan to get there. Pride, happiness and other emotions mix together to create...

Pointe ballet: Grace takes hard work

Pointe ballet: Grace takes hard work

Anna Baird and Cassidy Peña

April 12, 2016


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When many people hear the word “sport,” they do not think of bruised toes, sore muscles, and bunions, they do not see the hours of practice that are put in, they do not know how badly it hurts and they do not understand the satisfaction of performing for an audience. When people hear “sport...

The perfect bracket

The perfect bracket

Justin Schray, Senior Reporter

March 23, 2016


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John Wooden, the “Wizard of Westwood,” and former head coach at UCLA won ten national championships over a 12 year span, and an NCAA record seven in a row. March is here, and 68 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball teams are seeded and scattered across a bracket set up for only one champion to come out o...

How to stay on top of the game while away from home

How to stay on top of the game while away from home

Kali Roskowski, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2016


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Spring sports practices have begun, and for sophomore Shelby Hall, that means hard soccer drills every day after school. Regardless of the energy-draining workouts, Hall loves the sport because her team is like a second family to her. Plus, it allows Hall and her sisters to have a common activity they ...

Athletes mentally preparing for upcoming spring sports

Athletes mentally preparing for upcoming spring sports

Anna Baird, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2016


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Some athletes have pre game rituals that other people know nothing about and they are more common than they might seem. Current NBA player, Dallas Maverick Jason Terry has been reported to eat chicken before every game and wear five pairs of socks while he plays. Physical preparation includes running, lifti...

Completing the Journey

Completing the Journey

Justin Schray, Reporter

February 29, 2016


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Throughout high school, many students participate in varsity athletics, but few complete the journey of making it to the college level. The stress involved in transitioning between high school and college is hard to adjust to in general, and adding sports to the picture only intensifies it. Being away...

Finding a home on the court

Finding a home on the court

Brianna Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2016


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Three seconds left on the scoreboard, he steps up to the 3-point line, shoots and scores a buzzer beater shot that tied the game and put the Red Cedar League team into overtime. This moment in seventh grade was the best moment for senior Charlie Young in his basketball career. Young has been on t...

Student athletes keep their ‘Heads Up’

Student athletes keep their ‘Heads Up’

Cheyenne Strong, Reporter

January 28, 2016


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“It’s better to miss one game than the whole season.” This quote is plastered on almost every Heads Up concussion awareness poster and fact sheet. Directed at student athletes, parents, coaches, athletic trainers, teachers, counselors, school nurses and healthcare providers, the Heads Up initi...

Ankle injuries bench basketball players

Ankle injuries bench basketball players

Kali Roskowski, Reporter

January 4, 2016


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Scrimmaging against Dansville, freshman power forward Kyle Lilley sprinted down the basketball court, sweat running down his face, determination in his eyes. The ball pounded against the floor as he drove toward the basket, going for a layup. Then it happened. Both teams froze in a worried silence, Kyl...

Fear of injury does not stop the indoor soccer team

Fear of injury does not stop the indoor soccer team

Kaylin Janeski, Reporter

January 4, 2016


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Running down the long, dry soccer field with the ball between feet, time stands still as the player decides what her next move will be. Freshman Paige Brown fights to make a goal and take home the win for the Stockbridge indoor soccer team at the Lansing Soccer Zone. The girls indoor soccer team had it...

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