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  • March 9Spring sports start today, 3/9, right after school. Make sure you have a physical on file.
  • March 5If you are running track there is a meeting after school, 3/5, in the media center.
  • March 4Academic team photos, 3/11, starting at 11 a.m., so make sure you wear your team shirt.

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Fear of injury does not stop the indoor soccer team

With winning on their minds, Zabrina Yannella, Natalia Peters, Arika Horner, Janell Horner, Cara Petri, and Shelby Hall set to work on correcting and perfecting plays to use in their matches.

Kaylin Janeski, Reporter

January 4, 2016

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...

Rising stars on the athletic field

Rising stars on the athletic field

Collin Nelson, Assistant Opinion Editor

June 2, 2015

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New faces fill the roster

New faces fill the roster

Jake Chapman, Sports Editor

May 27, 2015

In small town sports, familiar names appear and reappear with every changing season. JV girls soccer coach Jeremy Killinger brought 17 players out for his soccer team. “We started with 13, but then when the girls realized how much fun it was, we improved to 17,” said Killinger. Killinger left...

Seventh and Eighth grade choir excels at festival and prepares for upcoming solo and ensemble

Seventh and Eighth grade choir excels at festival and prepares for upcoming solo and ensemble

Kaylee Baker and James White

May 18, 2015

Dreams came true after singing ‘American Dream’ at Holt High School for seventh and eighth grade choir members. The Michigan Schools Vocal Music Association (MSVMA) Choir Festival was a great success after choir members used their own desires of high awards to work hard and hopefully win a good score. “We...

A village divided

A village divided

Collin Nelson, Assistant Opinion Editor

May 14, 2015

Sitting 30.5 miles from Ann Arbor and 36.8 miles from East Lansing, the village of Stockbridge falls in the center of two cities that hold the major colleges in the state of Michigan. For a small school such as ours, sports rivalries play a significant role. In a recent survey conducted with 100 students...

Future glimpses

Future glimpses

Jake Chapman, Sports Editor

April 30, 2015

Front row can make a person nervous. You have everyones eyes looking in your direction at all times. Most people would try to go somewhere in the middle, but that’s not where all the opportunities are. At the High School Journalist Day at the Joe Louis Arena I walked straight up to the front row and...

Snowboarding, the Winter sport

Snowboarding, the Winter sport

Jacob Hudson, Assistant Top Stories Editor

April 28, 2015

The freshly groomed snow at Treetops was undisturbed until senior Hannah McCarty took to it as she snowboarded for the first time in her life with her friends seniors Bella Martin and Stephanie Persyn. When voices from the ski lift caught her and her friends off-guard, there were these voices of guys...

Stockbridge basketball stumbles out of the game

GAME TIME. Head coach Randy Swoverland directs his team during timeout during the December 9 game at Bath High School. The Panthers defeated the Bees 50-56.

Jake Chapman, Sports Editor

March 13, 2015

As the hype and nervousness for Districts creeps into players’ minds, the intensity of competition steadily increases as high school basketball approaches its final stretch of the season. The Panthers represent a 7-9- record and have seen a full line change in terms of the coaching staff. These next...

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