From Flappers to Kardashians and James Dean to Harry Styles, society’s idea of the perfect body has changed entirely over time. 

For decades, boys and girls have been forced to face the struggles of body image. Teens, adolescents and even adults struggle with accepting...

November 20, 2020

Fewer high school athletes have had better success on the volleyball team than senior London Davis.

The volleyball team dominated throughout the season this year, finishing the season 21-4 without losing a single set in OCC league play. On a team with many stars, Davis...

November 6, 2020

The global pandemic has had a huge impact on professional sports. Although many sports leagues were unsure if they would be able to return to play without a vaccine, they have found ways to resume or begin their seasons.

While each league found different ways to return,...

October 28, 2020

This past weekend, the boys golf team traveled to the Ohio State University Golf Club for the OHSAA State Tournament. The boys arrived at the Scarlet course coming off of a district championship win two weeks ago.

Seniors Corbin Bently, Jonathan Green, and Nathan Brown,...

February 5, 2020

Photo Illustration by Brooke Farren 

More than half of the students in the school participate in the daily grind of high school athletics without ever coming close to a chance at the next level of sports. College sports are merely just a dream.

However, the school has gr...

November 18, 2019

Both cross country teams marched through the postseason. Led by Seniors Alex Kenish and Brant Yocum on the boys side and Sophomore Abby Schroff and Senior Paige Benecke on the girls, both teams ended up state qualifiers.
To kick off the postseason, the teams traveled...

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