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National Athletic Training Month

Jack Tessier, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2017

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The students in sports medicine class learn about how to care for athletes, and they work with all the sports teams, coaches, and administrators.

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Spring Sports Season Looking Promising

Brandon James-LaBranche, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2017

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    As winter comes to a close we go into spring, we get to look into what coaches have to say about the upcoming season for spring sports. Boys varsity tennis coach Michael Ryon, boys varsity lacrosse coach Scott Begley, an...

Cougars vs. Pioneers

Erin Hogge, Managing Editor

February 24, 2017

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Sports can bring out some of the loudest and most spirited students in high school. Sometimes this spirit turns into something bigger. With a new season of ice hockey comes the same team feud from previous years. The Cougars ended their regular season on...

Who Said Cougars Can’t Swim?

Erin Hogge, Managing Editor

February 1, 2017

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As the season progresses, the Cougars are swimming their way into school history. The co-ed varsity swim team has won the majority of its five meets this season with only 34 swimmers on the roster. This is the first season with a new coach for some of the swimmers, tho...

Hockey Continues to Spread like Wild Fire

Nathan Pullen, Sports Editor

February 1, 2017

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Whether it’s in the winter Olympics, the IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federation), or the recently created World Cup of Hockey; when you see a game between the two great countries, it’s always a must-watch game. In past...

Injury of the Month

Declan Boyle, Staff Reporter

January 12, 2017

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So, if you play or have played a school sport, then odds are you’ve been to the training room as a result of some sort of injury. In almost any sport, people get hurt, it’s simply a fact of life. This month’s injury, that...

Track Star Runs Her Way to the Top

Catherine Scheffer, Editor-in-Chief

January 12, 2017

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Success is running through the veins of sophomore Payton Fiel as she hits the ground running - literally. While the very first winter track meet was not officially timed, Fiel ran the 300 meter run with a time of 41.24 seconds...

Spending Christmas on the Court

Brad Jeffers, Sports Editor

January 12, 2017

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While most of the school will be home enjoying their holiday break, it will be business as usual for athletes playing winter sports. “We will practice up to 3-5 days over the holiday break,” Troy Washington, boys basketball...

Injury of the Month

Declan Boyle, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2016

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So, if you play or have played a school sport, then odds are you’ve been to the training room as a result of some sort of injury. In almost any sport, people get hurt, it’s simply a fact of life.This month’s injury is a...

Athlete of the Month

Jack Linton, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2016

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Simone Johnson 1) When and where did you start playing Volleyball? “I started playing as a freshman.” 2) What is your favorite part about Volleyball? “Playing with my teammates, and having fun.” 3) What is your favorite...

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