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Anna’s Answers: The Pursuit of Happiness

Anna’s Answers: The Pursuit of Happiness

Anna Schmidt, Editor

February 2, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Top Stories

For a long time I thought about happiness in terms of acquisition. Once I acquired certain things, I would be happy. Once I had clear skin, I would be happy. Once I had a boyfriend, I would be happy. Once I had a good wardrobe, I would be happy. Once I lost enough weight, I would be happy. Once I made...

This Week in Sports: Dives, Dunks, Singlets, Strikes, and more

This Week in Sports: Dives, Dunks, Singlets, Strikes, and more

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Blogs, Bowling, Boys Swim and Dive, Sports, Wrestling

Welcome to the end of the last week of January. Hopefully, your New Year's resolutions are still (somewhat) intact. This week, Carroll sports are starting to pick up a little bit with every single winter sport in action. Things got rolling (pun intended) on Monday with bowling. We bowled against Kapaun...

This Week in Sports: Dull and Cold at Carroll, so I’ll talk about the Pros

This Week in Sports: Dull and Cold at Carroll, so I’ll talk about the Pros

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

January 19, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Blogs, Bowling, Sports, Top Stories

Welcome back to another cold week here in January. Not a whole lot has been going on this week in terms of Carroll sports, other than a triangular meet for bowling in which the boys junior varsity, girls varsity, and girls junior varsity all defeated Heights and North. The boys varsity defeated North,...

Anna’s Answers: Thoughts from the Airport

Anna’s Answers: Thoughts from the Airport

Anna Schmidt, Editor

January 12, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Entertainment, Top Stories

Over the break I went to Massachusetts to visit a friend I met this summer while on a trip to Guatemala. I have actually been to Boston before, but this time was special because I was flying to and from the Lincoln airport, all. by. my. self. And being the independent wannabe adult that I am, this was...

This Week in Sports: Bakers, Buzzer-Beaters, and More

This Week in Sports: Bakers, Buzzer-Beaters, and More

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

January 12, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Blogs, Bowling, Sports, Top Stories

Belated Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all. I hope everyone had a good Christmas break and spent some quality time with their families. Quite a lot has happened in the sports world since the middle of December, and I've selected some of the more noteworthy stories from the last month or so. Bakers Excuse my bias, but I s...

This Week in Sports: Aaron Boone and My Winter Preview

This Week in Sports: Aaron Boone and My Winter Preview

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

December 8, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Blogs, Bowling, Sports, Swim and Dive, Top Stories

I'm back. After being too busy last week working on my feature for the print Flyer and Thanksgiving the week prior, I am back to writing a weekly blog. A lot has happened in the sports world since we last talked so I first would like to give a shoutout to the football team on winning state. Also, wi...

This Week in Sports: College Basketball is Back, Riggs on the Eagle, and Big Game Tonight

This Week in Sports: College Basketball is Back, Riggs on the Eagle, and Big Game Tonight

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Football, Sports, Top Stories

Congratulations, we've made it to Thanksgiving, which for me means family, food, and (the most entertaining) watching sports. I hope you all have a safe break and are able to spend time with your family and friends. College Basketball is Back Baby It's the most wonderful time of the year, and no...

This Week in Sports: The mess known as college basketball, RIP Roy Halladay, and more

This Week in Sports: The mess known as college basketball, RIP Roy Halladay, and more

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

November 10, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Sports, Top Stories

First off, in honor of Veteran's Day, I would like to thank all the men and women who have served our country; without your service, we as a country would not have the freedoms that we do. College Basketball Mess I mentioned this in one of my columns earlier in the year, but in honor of college...

Anna’s Answers

Anna’s Answers

Anna Schmidt, Editor

November 9, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Top Stories

One of my biggest anxieties right now is the idea of the future. Where I'll go to college. What I want to study. Who I'm going to be. It's a big decision. The biggest yet, actually.    Before this year I think I had a fairly strong grasp on who I wanted to be. I knew what I liked to...

This Week in Sports: History has been Earned, How to (professionally) watch sports, and more

This Week in Sports: History has been Earned, How to (professionally) watch sports, and more

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

November 3, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Sports, Top Stories

Houston wins World Series After a long summer filled with 162 games and, in addition, the entire month of October, baseball has crowned its champion for 2017: the Houston Astros. The Astros have truly earned this World Series championship, the franchises' first ever, not only because of what the city...

Anna’s Answers: Northwest vs. Bishop Carroll

Anna’s Answers: Northwest vs. Bishop Carroll

Anna Schmidt, Editor

October 27, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Top Stories

This week I went to Northwest High School for a day of shadowing as part of the Teaching Academy program here at Carroll. The goal of the day was to get a look at what teaching in a high school is like, as well as what teaching in a public school is like, as both are things we have yet to be exposed...

This Week in Sports: Playoff Explanation, and Shoutouts

This Week in Sports: Playoff Explanation, and Shoutouts

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

October 27, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Sports, Top Stories, Volleyball

So the Yankees lost in Game Seven to the Astros, which means for you guys no more Yankees stuff for a while (at least until April). So this week, I will instead rant on the malarkey that is the high school football and soccer playoffs. The High School Playoffs Explained As the fall sports seas...

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