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Mia Scheulen dribbles the ball up the field.

Playing With Purpose

Marty Briner, Co-Editor of Sporting October 9, 2020

Mia Scheulen has taken the field hockey world by storm as only a freshman. Her exceptional level of hard work rightfully earned her a spot on the varsity team this season. Not only did she make the team,...

Paul Dearman holds up his Nintendo controller.

The Super Smash Bros. Guru

Gus Duda, Staff Writer October 9, 2020

Although Paul Dearman is best known for smashing apples on his head, his real passion is playing Super Smash Bros.™ on his portable nintendo device. Paul was introduced to Smash Bros at the young age...

Ben Broadhurst receives the snap in the Blue and White game.

Blue and White Football Game

Evan Kohn, Staff Writer October 8, 2020

With the absence of games against other schools, the Wildcat football team decided to take a different approach to getting ready for a potential season. For the next few Wednesdays, the team’s practices...

Many members of the girls team pose for a picture after a strong showing at the Priory Tri-Meet

Cross Country Recap (9/26)

Colin Ring, Staff Writer October 7, 2020

Priory Tri-Meet Recap The Wildcat cross country teams sweep the field On a day where seemingly nothing could go wrong, both the boys and the girls team won by a landslide in their respective races....

Jackson Keane, junior, holds off the defender, shoots, and scores.

Boys Soccer Defeats Principia

Hope Linam, Staff Writer October 2, 2020

The boys varsity soccer team played Principia on Tuesday, September 29. They headed into the game ready to dominate, considering the history of victories against their opponent. However, the score was...

Merrifield pitches in a summer softball game for Crush.

Softball Preview 2020

Margaret Briner, Co-Editor of Sporting September 30, 2020

Over the past few years, softball coach, Dan Petke, has been working hard to build up the softball program, and this year’s team is looking promising. Last year, the team gained star pitcher, Gabby Merrifield....

The Boys Cross Country Team warms up before the Eagle- Crusader Invitational.

Eagle-Crusader Invitational Cross Country Recap

Colin Ring, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

After a month of waiting, both the boy’s and girl’s cross country teams finally got a chance to compete in their first race of the season, and they did not disappoint. This past Thursday at the Eagle-Crusader...

Kharis Perona, Reagan Beachy, Allie Lytle (Not Pictured) and Emma Smith are the only returners from last year's team.

2020 Girls Cross Country Preview

Colin Ring, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

No one really knew what to make of the Girls Cross Country Team going into the 2020 season, and many wondered if there’d even be a season because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Then the restrictions due...

Moellenhoff was one of the team's best runners during his Sophomore year.

No Pain, No Gain

Colin Ring, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

The familiar sound of feet hitting the ground in perfect unison reverberates around the track. Caleb Moellenhoff is accustomed to the sound of the stampede, but, for the first time in a while, he is...

Alexis Hackmann, freshman, hits the ball over the net.

Freshman Alexis Hackmann Earns Varsity Spot

Ellie Jones, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

Many were shocked when two freshmen made this year’s varsity tennis team year over three seniors on Friday, August 14. However, talent trumps seniority every single day of the week.  “I was not...

Hailey Colley tosses the ball in the air to serve.

Tennis Owns First Wildcat Win of the Season

Hope Linam, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

The girls tennis team has started the year off strong after defeating Ursaline in their first match of the season. Girls varsity tennis looks forward to some new and challenging opponents this year...

Nicki Mabry, Senior, catches fly ball at practice.

The Crown Jewel: Saved or Shattered?

Hope Linam, Staff Writer September 23, 2020

Everybody loves a good comeback story and hopefully this year’s senior athletes will have a good one to tell. Seniors are waking up everyday, visualizing the moment they play their first and last game...

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