Kings' Courier

Big Orange and Carrol

Big Orange and Carrol

Carl Jay and Caleb Johnson

April 19, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

A cold, April morning set the tone for one of the biggest meets of the season. The boy's track and field team arrived bright and early to make a name for themselves. At eight in the morning, the bus arrived, and every boy grabbed his things. The poles, the discs, the shot puts, and the starting block...

Officially a Patriot!

Officially a Patriot!

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

February 25, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Last year this time I knew I wanted to wrestle in college. I really didn’t care where I went or if I even earned a scholarship, but I desperately wanted to wrestle in college. My love for the sport grew between my sophomore and junior season. I constantly wanted to be on the mat even though I was terrible....

Transferring shaking up College Football!

Transferring shaking up College Football!

Jack Salyers, Freshman Writer

January 28, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Have you ever wanted to move places or change schools just get out of the place you are right now? Well, in college football now, quarterbacks are just transferring schools left and right. With the latest being Jalen Hurts going to Oklahoma from Alabama and multiple other quarterbacks leaving their scho...

Let’s Make Some Noise

Let’s Make Some Noise

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

January 17, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Track is often overlooked as a sport where you only sprint and run. I think of it as something much more than that. On the first day of practice, you might think conditioning is the worst thing in the world. I can’t say that I’ve never thought that, but it’s all worth it once the season begins...

Kings Cage the Tigers

Kings Cage the Tigers

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

January 10, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Showcase, Sports

Last night the Lewis Cass Kings wrestling team traveled to Peru for a tough battle against the Tigers. Peru had wrestled Maconaquah the previous night and lost thirty-eight to thirty-four. This was very good news to the team because we had beaten Mac earlier in the year at the Maconaquah Duals. After...

The Start of a Season

The Start of a Season

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

November 19, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Sports can keep us in shape and help us with life lessons as well. Lessons like learning to be responsible, getting out of your comfort zone, or just to get better at something you love to do. A fun thing to do during sports are making friends. Many different types of sports exist in many different ...

Five More Minutes

Five More Minutes

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

November 4, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

As the fourth quarter started to dwindle down to the final minute, I realized how long I had left as a Lewis Cass King football player. The game came to an end and I was officially done playing football. I looked around and everything seemed to be in slow motion for a brief moment. I saw Trevor Kess...

Why do students participate in sports?

Why do students participate in sports?

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

August 21, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

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...

Leaving A Mark, My Senior Season

Leaving A Mark, My Senior Season

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

August 9, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

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


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

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...

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