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TrackCats Train For State

Ruthie H., Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

Filed under Sports

The TrackCats are going to state this weekend to vie for the championship title. The girls went undefeated during their regular season, and the boys only lost to Woodward. They are traveling to Parkview High School and are...

Crash! Crack! Ouch! MS Students Deal with Injuries

Virginia M., Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

Filed under School Sports

While not an official part of the dress code, boots, slings, and casts are worn regularly in the middle school. According to a recent survey of seventh and eighth grade students, over 85 percent have been injured while playing a sport. About 43 percent of those ...

MS Fans Have High Hopes For Upcoming Season

Jae W. and Brooks P., Staff Writers

March 26, 2018

Filed under Audio, National Sports

Major League baseball starts in three days, and many people are excited to see Opening Day. People are wondering who will win the World Series this year. What teams will you be pulling for and be following? Listen to our audio...

The Madness Has Come

Will R and Reilly O, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018

Filed under Audio, National Sports

March Madness is the College Basketball Tournament at the end of the season to determine the champion of the league. Click to listen to the predictions of middle schoolers.

Girls LaxCats Open Season with a Loss

Julia P., Staff Writer

March 1, 2018

Filed under School Sports

Winter coats are put away, and the grass is looking greener; it's time for spring sports. Lacrosse tryouts for seventh and eighth grade girls are over, and the season has begun. On Saturday, February 24, the LaxCats lost 18-7 to Blessed Trinity. The coaches this year are Amanda Barksdale and Hartley Glass. C...

CatFish Nab a Record Breaking Season

Jae W., Staff Writer

February 28, 2018

Filed under School Sports

This year’s CatFish season ended in December with the boys earning an undefeated season and the girls undefeated in dual meets. Eight new middle school records were set by seventh and eighth graders. They also made many memories...

HoopCat Seasons Filled with Positive Takeaways

Brooks P., Staff Writer

February 28, 2018

Filed under School Sports

The MS boys and girls basketball teams finished up their seasons with highlights and memories. The eighth grade boys team went 14-2 in the regular season and made it all the way to the championship, but lost 51-44 in overtime...

MS Students Still Backing Braves Despite Mistake

Reilly O., Staff Writer

February 22, 2018

Filed under National Sports

In 2017, the Atlanta Braves broke multiple signing rules. As a result they were not permitted to keep 12 of their players, nine from last year and three from this year. Braves fans in the middle school are feeling bummed but still want the best for their team. Sixth grade girl Emerson N. said, "I am disappointed, but...

MS SwordCats Wield their Wits and Swords in Memphis

Nicholas H., Staff Writer

February 22, 2018

Filed under National Sports

Did you know that in the middle school, a small group of students take up their sabers and fight a battle of wits? According to Webster’s Dictionary, fencing is the sport of fighting with swords. Two opponents face each other using a variety of different actions to score. The first person to get 15 points w...

Eighth Graders Hyped Up for MS Soccer

Alex L., Staff Writer

February 14, 2018

Filed under School Sports

With the MS soccer season just beginning, players are excited to represent this year's teams and hope for a season full of fun and improvement. Westminster’s Middle School hopes to put together four strong teams this year. The boys green team will be coached by Coa...

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