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Golf relies on more than fundamentals

Golf relies on more than fundamentals

Sean Bosshart, Sports Writer

October 9, 2018


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The boys golf team, who placed second in state last year, plans to slow down their game and work on their technical skills. Through their hard work they hope to have a shot at winning state this year.     The golf team has been working very hard over the last few years with three state championship wins and...

Pittman leads beyond end zone

Pittman leads beyond end zone

Madison Wrzos and Greg Wilson, Sports Editor and Writer

October 9, 2018


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The crisp fall air floats through the air means only one thing. “Three words: Friday Night Lights,” said Jeremiah Pittman. Each year, athletes without fail step forward to not only represent their school on the field, but also as a positive role model. The services provided by coaches and ...

Girls swimming team overcomes challenges

Jill Doherty, Sports Writer

October 2, 2018


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“All these things [problems] kind of make Viator's pool the laughing stock of our conference and all the visiting teams make fun of it,” said swim captain, senior Julie Warren. The swim team has been chasing their goal of state, but has the outdated basement pool set them back? The pool was bui...

Running on what?

Rowan McDonnell, Staff Writer

October 2, 2018


Filed under Sports

Caught up in the chaos and stress of school, looking for a good exercise to keep you in shape, or searching for a way to improve your condition during the fall sport season? The answer to these questions is running. However, what habits, actions, and techniques improve the overall results of running?...

Who is the New Athletic Director?

Madison Wrzos, Sports Editors

August 30, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

  “Why do I love Saint Viator? I love Saint Viator because I see the student body and teachers as family,” said Jack Liedlich, a sophomore. Schools are composed of a network of people who work together to ensure it is in the best condition for all current and future Lions. Students at...

Hanging up the high tops

Hanging up the high tops

Zoya Boskovic, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


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Saint Viator is home to and has long celebrated the triumph of its many talented and determined athletes. The Winter sports season has demonstrated this to spectators through the success players have achieved. Biology teacher Mrs. Eileen Cairo pastes newspaper articles on her classroom board acknowledging...

A legacy for life: more than just metal?

A legacy for life: more than just metal?

Madison Wrzos, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Sports

A student entering Saint Viator’s sports corridor is blown away by the countless number of jerseys and trophies that seem to dazzle the space. Somehow, the entire room seems to glow and it is as if each sparkling case holds a story that is simply waiting to be told. Upon entering the gym, a large...

Compassionate care for all

Compassionate care for all

Patrick Schumacher, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Sports

Have you ever broken a bone, sprained a ligament or sustained a concussion? If you have, chances are that you have collaborated or talked with an athletic trainer. Athletic trainers are highly qualified health care professionals that can help and educate athletes in numerous ways. March is national...

Varsity athletes meet gym class: essential or excessive?

Varsity athletes meet gym class: essential or excessive?

Danny Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Sports

Everyone knows the importance of regular physical exercise for kids. However, should a student who competes in sports at a high level still be required to take gym class, especially during their sport’s season? “Varsity athletes have already proven to go above and beyond the minimal physical activi...

Sprint away from stress

Sprint away from stress

Patrick Schumacher, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Sports

Have you ever been so frustrated with school, friends and life in general that make you feel like you’re going to explode? Instead of complaining and whining, one of the best ways to get this frustration out of the brain is through exercise. According to studies done by the American College of Sports Medi...

World of wrestling

World of wrestling

Madison Wrzos, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Sports

Despite the roaring of the crowd the wrestlers are only focused on each other. One wrestler lunges toward the other and his shoulders slam on the mat. The roaring grows louder as the wrestler looks up and smiles at his victory. A sport often overlooked, wrestling is full of pure endurance, strategy and...

Committee Controversies

Committee Controversies

Nikolas Hohlweg, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


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From 1998 to 2013, the college football season ended with the BCS National Championship. The two competing teams were based upon an average of several polls, including a poll voted on by the coaches. The teams ranked number one and two competed for the national championship. However, in 2014, the College F...

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