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Is There Such thing as Professional Dodgeball?

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer
May 15, 2017
Filed under Sports

Many teens and young kids always are up for a game of dodgeball right? Are adults always up for something that intense? Many people, mainly children, play a “pickup” game of dodgeball in gym class. Dodgeball is a game that is very fun, but can be dangerous if you’re not careful. Have you ever...

Athletes Recognized at Awards Program

Drake Hall, Senior Writer
May 8, 2017
Filed under Sports

On Sunday May 7th Lewis Cass held its annual Awards program. The program recognizes academic and Athletic accomplishments. For the sports the categories were Set a Good Example and Hall of Fame. The Set a Good Example award goes to the athlete who displays him or herself in a good manner on and off th...

Tracc Pups Achieve Highest Goal

Tracc Pups Achieve Highest Goal

Brady Johnson, Junior Writer
May 3, 2017
Filed under Sports

Throughout the course of the year, the boy’s tracc team, otherwise known as the pups, have been known to be some scrappers. What they lack in talent, they have overcome with some scrap and grit. As a team, they only have a few players that have some pure talent, but most of the team shows up with effo...

Sun, Spring, and Sports

Sun, Spring, and Sports

Jael Forker, Senior Writer
April 13, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

The smell of rain, grass, and seventh graders sweat, warmer weather, and the end of the school year- yep it’s time for Spring sports! Another season brings on a new set of sports to play or run. This time of year the seniors compete in their last high school sport and the juniors are anxious to take...

My Senior Basketball Banquet

My Senior Basketball Banquet

Jael Forker, Senior Writer
March 10, 2017
Filed under Sports

The basketball banquet- the last hurrah for the senior basketball players and cheerleaders. Sadly, this event concluded my Lewis Cass cheerleading career, but I am beyond thankful for the amazing last year I received. From the beginning of Purdue’s UCA cheer camp, the cheer squad became closer than...

Taking the Talents to Defiance

Taking the Talents to Defiance

Brady Johnson, Junior Writer
March 9, 2017
Filed under Sports

Lewis Cass happens to be a school full of talented athletes and students. Yet, only few achieve the opportunity to continue their athletic career beyond high school. Cohen Nies, a two-sport athlete, will be taking his talents to Defiance College in Ohio. While attending this school, he will be a pitc...

Sign Up For The Courier Bracket Challenge Here

Sign Up For The Courier Bracket Challenge Here

Evan Ohman, Senior Writer
March 9, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports

To join the bracket contest, click the link I have provided in this article. After you have clicked the link, you will see a page which has a ‘sign in’ button and a register button. If you have a CBSsports.com account, then great, sign in and click ‘join group’, but if you don’t already have...

An Open Letter to Our Basketball Team

An Open Letter to Our Basketball Team

Kylie Quaglio, Senior writer
February 27, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

This Tuesday, the Lewis Cass Kings will head to Oak Hill for their first round of sectionals. Although this year has been a constant battle with a win to lose ration of 14-8, I have high hopes for the game against Manchester. I have confidence that our boys will pull through. Just in case they don’t...

From a King to a Greyhound

From a King to a Greyhound

Brady Johnson, Junior Writer
February 24, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Here at Lewis Cass seeing athletes earn athletic scholarships to play at the collegiate level happens very rarely. Alec Eurit has the honor of continuing his football career at the University of Indianapolis. Being given a partial scholarship, Alec will major in mechanical engineering while he attends th...

Indians Defeat Short-Handed Kings

Indians Defeat Short-Handed Kings

Brady Johnson, Junior Writer
February 22, 2017
Filed under Sports

Last night the Kings could not pull through against the deep range shooting by the Twin Lakes Indians. The Indians came out hot in a fullcourt pressure causing the Kings to throw the ball away a lot, and shot 57% from behind the arc. “They shot the absolute lights out of it,” said Coach Kitch...

Kings Basketball

Kings Basketball

Brady Johnson, Junior Writer
February 21, 2017
Filed under Sports

The Kings basketball team has a busy week ahead of them as they have three games in one week. Tonight the Kings will travel to Monticello to take on the Indians of Twin Lakes. The Indians currently stand at 18-3 on the season with losses to Northwestern, Logansport, and Culver. Due to a knee injury E...

Swimming Like a King

Swimming Like a King

Marisol Karmel, Junior Writer
February 12, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

For me, one of the most exciting parts of the girls’ sectional meet at Warsaw High School only lasted two minutes and 2.73 seconds. Freshman Hannah Young won the 200 freestyle and is advancing to state this weekend. A lot of people expected great things from Hannah this year. Lucky for her, she has bl...

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