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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...

This Week in Sports: Mr. 900, Midstates Takes Over Wichita, and an Undefeated 3-Peat

This Week in Sports: Mr. 900, Midstates Takes Over Wichita, and an Undefeated 3-Peat

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

October 18, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Bowling, Cross Country, Soccer, Sports, Tennis, Top Stories

It is the middle of October, which means the fall sports are winding down here at Carroll and some notable postseason results have already been turned in. Starting on Saturday with the cross country teams: The boys left their mark in Carroll's history books, finishing with a 23, their lowest score ever;...

Anna’s Answers: Prayers to Las Vegas

Anna’s Answers: Prayers to Las Vegas

Anna Schmidt, Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Top Stories

Monday morning I woke up. The first day of homecoming week. I had my favorite pumpkin shirt and Christmas pants ready for mismatch day. I walked out to my car and felt the cool fall breeze. I breathed in the fresh air. It felt like such a good day. I hopped into my car and turned on my favorite radio...

This Week in Sports: Yankees Shock the Indians, Eldridge Goes D1, The End of an Era

This Week in Sports: Yankees Shock the Indians, Eldridge Goes D1, The End of an Era

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Sports, Top Stories

For many of you, you do not like the Yankees. Many of you call them insufferable. Well, I have some bad news for you: WE'RE BACK, BABY! Being down two games to none in a best of five game series against the 102-win Cleveland Indians, the Yankees did something that had only been done nine times before...

This Week in Sports: MLB Playoffs and the Eagles Continue to Roll

This Week in Sports: MLB Playoffs and the Eagles Continue to Roll

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

October 6, 2017


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

Another exciting week of sports has come and gone and with it, the MLB Playoffs have arrived! In local news, Carroll sports continue pushing towards the postseason. MLB Playoffs One of my favorite things about October is the combination of crisp, cool air, energetic fans, and baseball. This combination...

Anna’s Answers: Live in the Moment

Anna’s Answers: Live in the Moment

Anna Schmidt

September 29, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Top Stories

Ever had one of those moments where you realize that your life is happening RIGHT NOW and it kind of freaks you out? Not like you suddenly realize that you are breathing oxygen and that just really freaks you out, but like you suddenly realize that the decisions you are making right now effect your future....

This Week in Sports: A High School Athlete’s Take on the Anthem Protests

This Week in Sports: A High School Athlete’s Take on the Anthem Protests

Dillon Malone, Sports Editor

September 29, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Sports, Top Stories

In the past week, Donald Trump asked for NFL Owners to release any players who protest during the National Anthem. As a result, all of the NFL teams displayed some form of unity either before or after the Anthem, with most teams locking arms and kneeling. One exception to this is Army Veteran Alejandro...

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