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Athlete of the Issue: Karmen Halfacre

Athlete of the Issue: Karmen Halfacre

Emily Gushrowski, Sports Reporter

September 29, 2016

Horsin’ Around

Erik Hultgren, News Reporter

September 28, 2016

An often asked question is whether or not marching band is a sport. According to sophomore Riley Shreve a sport is anything that people go to watch, and is the main focus of an event. Sophomore Tyler Siegmund believes that a...

Olympian Ryan Lochte caught in a lie

Gavin Buchanan, News Reporter

September 28, 2016

Outstanding Olympic athlete Ryan Lochte managed to snag one gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. That added to his already impressive 11 medals, giving him a total of 12. Although he may not have beaten Phelps in the amount of...

Girls’ golf to change MCHS history

Megan Grams, Sports reporter

September 28, 2016

In school history, the girls’ golf team has yet to make it past regionals. This year, the girls are determined to change that. Leading the team this year are three seniors who all have the same mindset: do whatever it takes to get to regionals and beyond that....

New faces take the soccer field

Emily Gushrowski, Sports Reporter

September 28, 2016

The girls’ soccer team has gained many girls that are first year members this fall at MCHS. Sophomores, Megan Sitar and Stephanie Serrano, both voiced that they were influenced by friends and siblings to join a sports tea...

Baylor football is a mess

Drew Hanft, Sports Reporter

May 31, 2016

Baylor football is an absolute mess.  After the firing of head coach Art Briles for the investigation into the handling of the sexual assault allegations that face some of the players on his team,  Baylor hired former Wake Forest...

Golden State comes back and will face Cavs in finals

Drew Hanft, Sports Reporter

May 31, 2016

It's time for Round 2 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. In this highly-anticipated rematch, will Stephen Curry and the NBA's splash bros complete their record-setting regular ...

Tony Romo expecting to play for a while longer

Sean Callaghan, Sports Reporter

May 31, 2016

Tony Romo sees no reason to doubt owner Jerry Jones' projection that he will be the Dallas Cowboys' starting QB for four or five more years. Romo, who turned 36 in April and is under contract through the 2019 season, is back...

Long time Purdue baseball coach steps down

Drew Hanft, Sports Reporter

May 31, 2016

After eighteen seasons at the helm, longtime Purdue baseball head coach Doug Schreiber has stepped down from the position.   Schreiber compiled a record of 485 wins and 489 losses as the coach of the Boilermakers.  After a season...

Cubs bullpen holds off Dodgers

Drew Hanft, Sports Reporter

May 31, 2016

The Chicago Cubs definitely seem to be past the slump they were in just last week. After a stretch where the Cubs lost eight out of thirteen games, The Cubs have now won six in a row after taking two out of three against the Cardinals,...

An End to a Long Career

Jack Smith, Sports Reporter

May 30, 2016

Longtime NBA referee Joey Crawford loved basketball as a kid. But when he watched games, he didn’t want to be Wilt Chamberlain or Bob Cousy. Crawford dreamed of being the next Richie Powers or Mendy Rudolph. It’s over...

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