Kings' Courier

Kingfish Finish a Fierce Season

Kingfish Finish a Fierce Season

Drew Cornell, Senior Writer

February 20, 2018


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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. ...

PyeongChang 2018

PyeongChang 2018

Hayden Vest, Senior Writer

February 13, 2018


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We all enjoy spending our time every four years sitting down on our couches and watching the best athletes in the world compete against each other in events ranging from sprints to archery to shot put and discus during the Summer Olympics, but did you know that right now you can go home and watch more ...

Jackson Starts Track Season with a Mindset to Win

Jackson Starts Track Season with a Mindset to Win

Marisol Karmel, Senior Writer

February 7, 2018


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Senior Lexi Jackson, a mere runner of three years, has shown exemplary skill in cross country and track and field over the years. She has shown her natural born athleticism and talent for the sport by advancing to regional and semi-state in both track and cross country the past two years. This year J...

Super Bowl LII Post Game

Super Bowl LII Post Game

Hayden Vest, Senior Writer

February 6, 2018


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Most people try to persuade others that they knew the winner of an important game all along, especially when they witness an upset game, but these people never seem to have any proof. Luckily, my proof is set in stone, or, actually, the Kings Courier. All the way back in November, I wrote a little artic...

Girls Swimming Sectional Preview 2018

Girls Swimming Sectional Preview 2018

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

January 30, 2018


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The best time of the year is finally upon us. It is time for the members of the Lady King’s Swim Team to shave their legs for the first time in who knows how long, clean out their moldy swim lockers, and get ready to conquer sectional. The Queenfish have worked hard all season long for this highly...

Shower Cake

Shower Cake

Cole Jolly, Sophomore Writer

January 30, 2018


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The boys’ swim team at Lewis Cass Junior Senior High School has a weird tradition: the shower cake. The boys have shower cake after almost every win, and when they do, the cake is always vanilla. When they get chocolate, they have beaten a tough opponent. The shower cake is a team building exer...

The Queenfish Almost Slip by the Tigerfish

The Queenfish Almost Slip by the Tigerfish

Drew Cornell, Senior Writer

January 17, 2018


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The Queenfish faced a heartbreaking loss yesterday to a conference and longtime rival Northwestern by a score of 96-87. They now hold a new record of 5-6. Many of the races came down to a matter of seconds, and the meet could have gone either way. Mari Karmel and Hannah Young took home for wins in the...

Kats Defeat Kings

Kats Defeat Kings

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

January 11, 2018


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This past Tuesday, our Kingfish fell to the Kokomo Wildkats. As our season is over halfway complete, our team was disappointed by our loss to the Wildkats. We knew it was going to be a close meet but the Kingfish did their very best. The times remained close until the very end. The final score was a...

The Queenfish Fall to the Kats

The Queenfish Fall to the Kats

Drew Cornell, Senior Writer

January 10, 2018


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The Queenfish lost a heartbreaking meet 98-85 against the Kokomo Wildkats yesterday. Although the team lost by a small score, the work of the Christmas Break practices paid off. The Queenfish was greeted with many great times and personal bests. The Queenfish now hold a record of 5-4. Depth had hurt...

Purdue Breaks Top 5

Purdue Breaks Top 5

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

January 9, 2018


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Every week in college basketball a new AP Poll is released. Each week college men’s basketball teams interchange with each other and battle to be ranked in the top 25. Throughout the season, a team's ranks can change drastically. For example, Duke was ranked 1st for three weeks in a row as well as...

Kings Bury Trojans

Kings Bury Trojans

Brady Johnson, Senior Writer

January 9, 2018


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Last Saturday the Kings traveled to Tri-Central to take on the Trojans. The Trojans had been 2-8 on the season with both wins to Clinton Central, a conference opponent. The Kings had been 3-5 on the season. Despite the first half struggles, the Kings buried the Trojans in the second half with a final...

The Hunt of a Lifetime

The Hunt of a Lifetime

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer

December 15, 2017


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Jase Robertson, the famous duck hunter and Chief Operating Officer of Duck Commander, once said, “if you’re too busy to hunt, then you’re too busy.” I could not agree more with this statement. Each fall and winter, I plan my schedule around hunting, but this year it became tough as I finished deer...

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