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Indiana Hoosiers New Look

Indiana Hoosiers New Look

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under Sports

The Indiana Hoosiers have many new looks both on and off the court this year. Last season, the Hoosiers recorded a 18-16 record and many people including athletic director, Fred Glass was not impressed with the outcome. Glass felt that he should make a change for the 2017-2018 season. On March 16,...

2017-18 Lewis Cass Boys Basketball Preview

2017-18 Lewis Cass Boys Basketball Preview

Kace Kitchel, Senior Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under Sports

I have played basketball for many years, but this is my last as a high school player. The basketball team is looking to make this a stellar year not only for us players but for the fans as well. Seniors always want to go out with a bang so that’s what we plan to do. We have six seniors which is mo...

Purdue Baksetball Preview

Purdue Baksetball Preview

Hayden Vest, Senior Writer

November 15, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

The Purdue basketball team enters the season ranked 20th in the NCAA and 21st via the coaches poll, and they hope to exceed last year’s level of play entering the 2017-2018 season. The team features outstanding college basketball player such as Vince Edwards, Isaac Haas, and many other players that the...

Girls Swim Preview 2017

Girls Swim Preview 2017

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

November 14, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Wet hair, early mornings, and a ridiculous amount of practices later, the Lady Kings are ready for their swim season. After having a winning regular season record last year, the ladies and Coach Karmel are expecting nothing less this year, and they are looking to improve upon that record. The Lady King...

The Robotics Team’s VEXed Decision

Jameson Price, Junior Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

For the past two months, the robotics team has been moving all of our materials and tools to Lewis Cass Polytechnic Academy for the upcoming season. The students have worked very hard getting everything over to the other school. It is a pain transferring heavy materials and MANY materials from one school to another. So you can understand m...

Volleyball banquet

Volleyball banquet

Cole Jolly, Sophomore Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under Sports

I went to the volleyball banquet and it was really fun. Almost the whole volleyball team showed up to the the banquet. The most significant part of the banquet was the awards because Jeff Pomasl, the head coach, handed out trophies to the people with some of the best skills for certain parts that a volley...

Building a Brotherhood

Building a Brotherhood

Gabe Eurit, Sophomore Writer

November 9, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

Not very many people get to experience Friday night lights. I personally think that there is no better feeling than being out on the field and going to war with the people you have built bonds with. Although football is only a sport, it can build some of the best relationships you will ever have. It can also...

Family Competition

Family Competition

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer

November 3, 2017


Filed under Sports

As I stated in my article, “My Hunting Life,” hunting runs deep in my family and there is a silent competition over who has or will shoot the biggest buck. This competition has been throughout many hunting camps, families, and friendships, and is still a very living thing today. My dad, brother,...

Kings On the Prowl for Panthers

Kings On the Prowl for Panthers

Mason Young, Senior Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

After beating Delphi 33-6 last week, the Lewis Cass Kings are preparing for the biggest game of their season: the sectional championship against #1 Eastbrook. The Panthers come into the game with an undefeated 11-0 record after defeating Rensselaer 21-3 last Friday. While the Kings are excited about pla...

My First Wall-Hanger

My First Wall-Hanger

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer

October 30, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Sports

I have struggled a lot in my hunting life mainly because I have not put in enough off-season work to succeed when the season comes. Last year Conner Zeck and I set up treestands the last week of September which is very late. Conner had a little success when he harvested a doe and I had zero success. W...

Kings Take On America

Jameson Price, Junior Editor

October 30, 2017


Filed under News, Sports

Last weekend, the Marching Kings woke up at 3 a.m. to head to a competition. The competition was Bands Of America which is a contest held all across America. Multiple competitions are held so schools don't have to travel all across the U.S. The Kings had to compete against many different bands in th...

Kings Defeat Oracles 33-6

Kings Defeat Oracles 33-6

Gabe Eurit, Sophomore Writer

October 30, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Showcase, Sports

Last Friday, the Lewis Cass football team took on the Delphi Oracles for round two of the class 2A sectionals. It was cold game for both the players and fans who came out to support the teams. The Oracles won the toss and decided to receive the football. Lewis Cass’ kicker, Trevor Kessler, booted ...

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