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Making the Team

Making the Team

After training in workouts for several months, it is finally time for men’s basketball tryouts. Coach Scotty Williams has expectations for all of his players. “Run hard, talk loud and listen well. Compete hard every moment you’re at tryouts. Give high-fives to your teammates and support them. Be a fountain of energy, not a drain,” Williams said. Tryouts are competitive, […]

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Wildcat News S4 E4

Wildcat News S4 E4

This week on Wildcat News Katherine Serrell visited the Holocaust Museum in Washington, Jamie Snover sat in on the Winter Sports Banquet, Brody Hall found out if AP classes are worth it, and Jarrett Spann reports on Science Olympiad.

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A Committed Team

A Committed Team

  Of all the winter sports available for students to engage in, wrestling is one of the most difficult. A combination of meticulous technique and anaerobic strength, wrestling can be both tiring and rewarding. For any competitive individual willing to give it a try, success can be achieved through hard work and dedication. “Wrestling is the one of the hardest […]

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Running, Jumping and Dribbling to Success

Running, Jumping and Dribbling to Success

With a full team, dedicated coaches and a new season ahead of them, team morale is looking up for the Men’s Basketball team. “We have known each other of a long time, we’ve been part of the same team since freshman year,” said varsity player Daniel Stephenson. The team has been doing outdoor workouts since the middle of Sept. They […]

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The Swim Team is Setting the Bar

Practicing in a pool and only in spandex, always holding their breath, swim is certainly a unique sport. McCoy Carlson, a lead swimmer for the male varsity team, has been swimming for most of his life. He shares his insight on the team’s chemistry, their strengths, and their weaknesses. “We all get along good and we’re all friends– that’s really […]

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