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Boys Tennis Sectional Draw

Dixon Collins, Senior Writer

September 25, 2018


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     The 2018 boys tennis state tournament draw was hosted by the IHSAA last night.        Sectional 55 was the draw the Kings eyes were glued to. It consisted of the host Logansport Berries with the pairings for Sectional play. The Kings had an outstanding draw, getting the bye unt...

A game that will never be forgotten

A game that will never be forgotten

Robert Fitch III, Freshman writer

September 25, 2018


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Last weekend my AAU basketball team had a tournament Plymouth, Indiana. The tournament we played in was called The Zac Mago Memorial Shootout. My friend Caleb Girdley said, “It was for a really great cause because not only did we remember him, we played for him and his family, and I am honored and th...

Fantasy Football is Upon us!

Fantasy Football is Upon us!

Jack Salyers

September 14, 2018


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Fantasy Football Season is upon us! Fantasy Football is a popular game where players draft NFL players to their team and see what team does the best to win it all. The goal of the game is to win your leagues championship and beat your friends. This year I am in two leagues with a couple of my friends. In my ...

Upcoming Wrestling Season

Upcoming Wrestling Season

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

September 4, 2018


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The upcoming wrestling season will be what most people call a “down year.” The team most likely will not have a lot of wrestlers and we won’t be a very good dual meet team. However; we will have amazing individuals. As a team we won’t fare so well in dual meets. Dual meets are when two te...

Why do students participate in sports?

Why do students participate in sports?

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

August 21, 2018


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Baseball, basketball, football, volleyball, softball, swimming, wrestling, golf, track, cross country, tennis, and cheer all are what we define as sports. Do all of these sports have a purpose in one’s life or are they just for enjoyment? Do they help define our character or maybe help people build cert...

Kings Football Preview for 2018 Season

Kings Football Preview for 2018 Season

Reece Rodabaugh, Senior Writer

August 20, 2018


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This season is going to be a special one for the Kings. Although having a tough schedule the Kings are never afraid of a good challenge. They return eight starters who are split evenly between 4 seniors and 5 juniors. These returning players include Bowe Brooks, Reece Rodabaugh, Jake Martin, Joe Sha...

Lewis Cass Men’s XC Preview

Lewis Cass Men’s XC Preview

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

August 20, 2018


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  Hot days, sweaty guys, and good company comprises this years Men's Cross Country Team. For the 2018 season the boys have Roland Trusty, four year varsity runner and team Captain, at the helm imparting his knowledge to everyone on the team. With Trusty, Bailey Scott, Samuel Miller, Bryce Hag...

Boys tennis ready for the Berries!

Boys tennis ready for the Berries!

Jack Salyers

August 15, 2018


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The Lewis Cass Boys’ Tennis team is gearing up for an exciting season this fall with seniors Dixon Collins, Nate Jones, Tanner Bowser, Bailey Grisez, and Wesley Merritt . The Lewis Cass boys tennis team had a great roster of seniors and experienced players last year with the doubles teams of Josh ...

Ready to Cheer for the Kings

Ready to Cheer for the Kings

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

August 14, 2018


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“The kings are best of all, all, all,” shouts the Lewis Cass cheerleaders. Finally, football season is beginning and cheerleading is taking place. This Friday night will be the first football game of the season. The game is home against Pioneer, and the cheerleaders are all very excited to cheer o...

Leaving A Mark, My Senior Season

Leaving A Mark, My Senior Season

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

August 9, 2018


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Waking up, I knew the ending of my volleyball career was right around the corner. Since I was ten years old, I have never loved a sport more than volleyball. It has brought me new bonds created with coaches, great memories, and games that I would remember for a lifetime; however, one important thing th...

Purdue: The Next Chapter of My Life

Purdue: The Next Chapter of My Life

Reece Rodabaugh, Senior Writer

August 9, 2018


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When I was young, I had always dreamed about playing Division 1 baseball. I started playing at a very young age with my dad, and I have loved it ever since. This summer everything I have ever dreamed about and worked for finally came true. I was going back to my hotel from a travel ball game in Cinc...

Softball Injuries

Softball Injuries

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

May 8, 2018


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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...

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