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Softball Injuries

Softball Injuries

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

May 8, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Most people believe that football is the most dangerous sport. Have you ever noticed how many injuries are caused from softball? Not many realize all the dangers of the game. The most common injuries in softball are concussions, tearing the meniscus, tendonitis in the shoulders and the knees. On our...

Play For Pink

Play For Pink

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

May 6, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

This past Monday the Lady Kings had their annual Play For Pink game. The ladies decided to dedicate their game to everyone currently fighting or anyone who has fought breast cancer. The team wore pink jerseys made specifically for the game and matching pink socks for their home game against Benton Centra...

Making Memories On The Water

Making Memories On The Water

Gabe Eurit, Sophomore

April 26, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Ever since I was a little boy, I would go on fishing trips with my dad and grandpa. These early adventures led to a strong love for the sport. When I was little, I would mostly bass fish or fish for bluegill or crappie. After catching the fish with my dad and grandpa, we would fry the fish  and eat...

Pacers Surge Through Game 1

Pacers Surge Through Game 1

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

April 16, 2018


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     Many fans across the country were doubting the Pacers as they started their journey to the NBA finals. The Pacers are matched up with the Cleveland Cavaliers for the first round of the playoffs. During the regular season, the Pacers won the battle 3-1 which should’ve brought NBA fans to the Pacers ...

A New Interest

A New Interest

Bodie St.Clair, Sophomore Writer

April 15, 2018


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Starting something new can sometimes be a challenge. This is especially true when trying to start playing a new sport. In my case, I am trying to start playing golf. When I was a kid, my grandma and I would go out every few months to a driving range and hit golf balls. I was never good at this when I...

After the (Men’s) Madness

After the (Men’s) Madness

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

April 12, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

The NCAA basketball season is over with the men’s basketball tournament coming to and end. At the end of it all, one team emerged victorious. Let’s take a look back to see what teams were successful. The first round of the men’s tournament was one for the books. Nine upsets occurred in the ...

Lady Kings Track Rossville Meet Recap

Lady Kings Track Rossville Meet Recap

Lexi Jackson, senior writer

April 9, 2018


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  The Lady Kings Girls Track team kicked off their season at Rossville last Thursday. Although the team lost the meet, some individual events were won, and they had a good start to what they all hope will be a successful season. Having two weeks off for spring break made the meet a little to...

Boys’ Tracc Takes Close Second

Boys’ Tracc Takes Close Second

Brady Johnson, Senior Writer

April 9, 2018


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Over spring break people love to relax and take time off of their activities. They like to lounge around and try to get away with doing nothing. On the other hand, the boys’ tracc (track)  team had been hard at work practicing for the meet last Thursday. While it was a cold, dreadful evening, the t...

Serving Up Another Season

Serving Up Another Season

McKayla Ramsey, Senior Editor

March 14, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

With the grass starting to come back green and some flowers popping up, anyone can tell that spring is upon us. Yes, we still have some cold weather and snow on the ground, but spring is really trying to show its colors. With all these signs of spring comes one more, spring sports have begun! From now unt...

The Problem With Indoor Tournaments

Holly Widner, Senior Editor

March 5, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

If anyone plays on a travel baseball or softball team, she would know the troubles of indoor tournaments. This essay doesn’t explain how these work rather the cons to these tournaments. Recently, the travel team I play on played in Lafayette for the last tournament before high school ball started. I am ...

Take It Outside This Spring

Take It Outside This Spring

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer

March 5, 2018


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The date is March 5th, 2018. The weather isn’t quite sure where it wants to go yet, but it’s making me excited for spring. Everyone still believes that stupid groundhog was right. I think it’s time for a few of the greatest seasons of the entire year to come… baseball and fishing. These two things a...

Kingfish Finish a Fierce Season

Kingfish Finish a Fierce Season

Drew Cornell, Senior Writer

February 20, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

The Kingfish all finalized their swimming for the year, and every swimmer finished on an amazing note. The boys swam sectional prelims on Friday night then they turned around and swam sectional finals the next morning.   Friday night was one of the most improved nights Coach Karmel has ever seen. ...

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