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Stuart Scott: an icon, a father, a legend

Ana Sayre, Contributing Writer

January 22

Filed under Profile, Sports

The sports community recently suffered a great blow with the death of beloved “SportsCenter” anchor, Stuart Scott, who died at 49 after an extensive battle with cancer. With various celebrities and famous athletes in mourning,...

Fast and furious

Fast and furious

January 22

College football shakes up its system

Ryan Eisendrath, Contributing Writer

January 22

Filed under Non-School Sports, Profile, Sports

College football might have finally done things right. It used a new playoff system to find the National Champion this year for the first time instead of the old Bowl Championship Series (BCS) computer system used last year. Also,...

2014: a sporting year to never forget

Alexa Wallace, Contributing Writer

January 22

Filed under Non-School Sports, Profile, Sports

Just like a game, 2014 was exciting and was full of highs and lows for athletes and teams. At the Sochi Winter Olympics, the United States won 28 medals, just five fewer than Russia and two more than Norway, according to espn.com....

Wrestling takes down season

Alexandra Thompson, Managing Editor

January 22

Filed under Game Coverage, Sports

Wrestling (48-22) was victorious in one of its last matches of the season against Northwood High on Jan. 14. With only two matches left, team members say they are hoping to finish strong. Senior and wrestling team captain Darron Pe...

An angelic debate

Ashna Paul, Contributing Writer

January 22

Filed under Non-School Sports, Sports

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, now the official team name, came to an agreement in 2005 but still many people  are not proud of it. The Angels have come a long way since founded in 1961 as a minor league team. The name...

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