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Senketsu Red6 months ago
Don't Stay in a Sport You Don't Like
Every school sports team coach has favorite players. I was not one of those players. I was the one who was never picked for anything. The one who was always picked last. Basically they didn't care eno...
Lizz Darcy6 months ago
Youth Sports Culture
The sun isn't yet up and the air has a fall chill to it as you breathe in the day. The rest of the household is still asleep, but out the door you go, into the violet-skied morning. A quick workout, m...
Rich Monetti6 months ago
Suburban Brawl Brings Roller Derby to Yonkers
Suburbia Roller Derby does not need a Jimmy Dugan to dissertate on the incompatibility of skating and crying. But when it's more than hurt feelings at stake, a salty discharge is certainly not tolerat...
Steven Altman6 months ago
The Noise
"Did you hear...." "He's so good..." "I didn't think he..." All of these things buzzing and whizzing around your head. All. Day. Long. From coaches to scouts, general managers, and teammates, everyone...
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Alex Smith6 months ago
Fencing: The Coolest Underrated Sport out There
"Fencing? That's like sword fighting... right?" is a sentence that came out of my own mouth before joining it myself. Ever since I heard the word during my freshman year, it caught my interest. I was ...
Erica Bowditch6 months ago
Being a Female Student-Athlete
Hi, my name is Erica, and the basis is that I love to ski. I particularly love to do freestyle skiing, typically big mountain (with the cliffs and moguls) but, I also love to do some park (the big jum...
Patrick Hollis6 months ago
Cricketing Summer Ends on a High
The final test match of the English summer ended in another comfortable win for England. It was an emotional day as Alistair Cook bowed out of Test Cricket and James Anderson passed Glenn McGrath’s to...
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Brian 6 months ago
Athletes Aren't Overpaid
Some athletes in professional sports make millions of dollars in salary and endorsement. When the average person looks at that they think that they’re terribly overpaid. I often hear the same argument...
Patrick Hollis7 months ago
Cook Calls It a Day
The big breaking news on Monday afternoon was the announcement that Alistair Cook is to retire from international cricket after the fifth and final test against India. This summer hasn’t been kind on ...
Carli Janes7 months ago
Lifesaving Sport
I remember my first national competition in New Brunswick. I was in the first race of the day, the Ocean Woman. I stood on the line, stomach turning. I almost threw up. I looked out at the waves and j...
Hunter Jacks7 months ago
Who will Replace Rafael Nadal as the New King of Clay?
For the last 13 years the French Open has been dominated by one guy. Rafael Nadal has won 86 matches only losing twice to Novak Djokovic of Serbia in 2015 and Robin Soderling of Sweden in 2009. Nadal ...
Nicola P. Young7 months ago
Ways Sleep Can Make You a Better Athlete
There are a lot of ways sleep can make you a better athlete. Many of those ways involve physical functions, like reflexes and muscle performance. Other ways are more long-term, like the importance of ...
Drew Lindsey7 months ago
40 Years of the Lady Patriots
The DVD Red, White & Blue Royalty: 40 Years on the Court with Allen County-Scottsville’s Lady Patriots is the result of a year-long oral history project into the history and impact of the longest and ...
Patrick Hollis7 months ago
England's Opening Dilemma
England’s squad for the Fourth Test against India has been announced and other than the inclusion of James Vince to cover Jonnie Bairstow, there were no tough decisions for the selectors. One issue wh...
Luke O'Sullivan7 months ago
Why You Suck at Golf (Part 1)
I'm a golf pro. Everyday people come to me for lessons on how to hit the ball straight. The problem with that is that the ball doesn't want to fly straight. Every week if you watch the PGA Tour, the w...
Katarina Molchen7 months ago
Becoming an Athlete Changed My College Experience
Picture this: I am a sophomore in college. I just spent my whole summer looking at schools to transfer to. I felt as though my school didn't allow for differing opinions. I was bored; I needed a chall...
Rich Monetti7 months ago
Horace Greeley Swim Team Is Nothing Short of a Dynasty
We take our sports seriously. The professional baseball, basketball, and football fanaticism that returns such passion from above certainly filters down in high school athletics. So it's only natural ...
Rich Monetti8 months ago
'Sports Roundup' Covers Horace Greeley Sports Independently
For several years now, Horace Greeley High School has been putting out a school newspaper called Sports Roundup. The homespun magazine allows students to merge their passions for professional sports, ...