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Favorite Middle Schoolers Professional, College, or High School Athletes

Cavan T and Hayes W, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

Filed under National Sports

Many middle school athletes look up to Professional, College, or High School Athletes and want to be like those athletes. Some students have set very high standards for them to reach in their future athletic career. Past and present...

Nike Gives NBA New Swagger

Holden S., Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

Filed under National Sports

After the 2016-17 NBA season, the 10-year Adidas contract with the NBA was up. Nike immediately jumped on this with intentions of becoming a sponsor of one of the World’s best businesses. The last time Nike sponsored the NBA was 2004, but now they are trying to go ab...

Fantasy Football Fanatics in the Middle School

Cavan T., Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

Filed under National Sports

Just one week into the start of the regular season games, students around the middle school are talking about the 2017-18 NFL fantasy football season. Who is the best team? Who is the best player? Who will win the playoffs? In...

First Thoughts on the Breathtaking Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Holden S., Staff Writer

September 8, 2017

Filed under National Sports

As fans entered the doors of Mercedes-Benz Stadium on August 26, the first thing they notice when entering is the 63,800-square foot halo board. “It was amazing, I couldn’t believe how clear it was. It was as clear as if...

NFL Injuries and Suspensions Impacton the Season

William M., Staff Writer

September 8, 2017

Filed under National Sports

Photo by William M. NFL players, coaches, and fans are getting pumped up for the upcoming NFL season. But players with injuries and suspensions bring up daunting questions: Who will start? Will his suspension be cleared? When will he be better? Will this team lose...

A Middle School Look at Turner Field vs. SunTrust Park

Helen M., Staff Writer

September 8, 2017

Filed under National Sports

Photo taken by Sarina D. of SunTrust Park Ever since the new stadium for the local baseball team the Atlanta Braves was built, many compare the new SunTrust Park to the old Turner Field. Sarina D., an eighth grader, has been to both the old and the new stadi...

Butker Moves From Wildcat to Yellow Jacket to Panther

Daniel V., Staff Writer

May 5, 2017

Filed under National Sports, School Sports

Last weekend, Westminster’s very own Harrison Butker ‘13 was drafted by the Carolina Panthers as the 233rd overall pick during the seventh round of the NFL draft. One article said Graham Gano, the Panthers current starting...

NBA MVP Race 2017: Individual Award or Team Award

Andrew D. and Daniel V.

April 12, 2017

Filed under Audio, National Sports

In this audio story, we interview students and faculty about who will win the NBA MVP this year.  Asking them what should be more important to winning the award with one contender Russel Westbrook averaging a Triple Double, and...

A Streak Shattered

Kiran G., Staff Writer

April 10, 2017

Filed under National Sports, Sports

University of Connecticut Women’s Basketball has been making history for the past two and a half years. The team racked up a record-high 111 wins in a row, having not lost a single game since November 2014. Although thought...

NFL Free Agency Frenzy

Daniel V., Staff Writer

April 3, 2017

Filed under National Sports, Sports

Every year game-changing decisions are made in the offseason with new faces in new places. This year hasn’t disappointed. The Falcons are looking to make another playoff run after signing the six-foot-three, 346-pound defensive tackle, Dontari Poe. Andrew D., an eighth-...

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