Coach With At Least 61 Siblings

Coach With At Least 61 Siblings

February 7, 2019

One Miss Indiana Basketball title. Two children of her own. Four years playing basketball at Penn State. Eight years on the girls basketball coaching staff. Almost 12 years of marriage. Sixty-one siblings and counting. Lisa Shepherd-Stidham, assistant girls basketball coach and former sta...

Girls Basketball Preview

Girls Basketball Preview

November 27, 2018

Girls basketball plays Pike (4-2) on Friday, Nov. 30 looking to continue their undefeated season. They hold a 6-0 record and five of their six wins have been won by 10 or more points. Girls basketball is led by senior, Rikki Harris (an Ohio State commit), who missed most of last season due to injury. ...

Dirty Talk: Are Bad Words Taking Over The Halls?

Dirty Talk: Are Bad Words Taking Over The Halls?

November 9, 2018

Language is constantly evolving in people’s daily lives, especially in high school. Many students in the hallways use slang in their daily conversations and the profanity has also been an enormous part of the younger generation’s daily conversations. The hallways in high schools are a hub for s...

Player Profile: Ajay Mahenthiran

Mahenthiran plays no. 3 singles on varsity. Mahenthiran played the same position his freshman year.

September 4, 2018

Sophomore, Ajay Mahenthiran, has been playing tennis for six years and started playing because of his brother. “Seeing my brother play got me really involved and I wanted to compete like him,” Mahenthiran said. The history of the tennis program gives him a ton of motivation to give it his all ...

Player Profile: Kirezi Freddy

Senior Kirezi Freddy has enjoyed playing soccer his whole life. He now plays varsity soccer.

August 17, 2018

Senior Kirezi Freddy has been playing soccer for as long has he can remember. He is the starting forward on varsity and is looking forward to a productive season before college. Last season, Freddy had a solid season as he scored 17 goals and six assists. Freddy is from the Democratic Republic o...

Player spotlight- Jon Evans

Player spotlight- Jon Evans

April 24, 2018

The physical aspect and life lessons that rugby presents, has instilled a passion into junior, Jon Evans. Evans has been playing rugby for two years because he always loved physical contact along with meeting new people. “I wanted to play rugby to hit people and meet a whole new group of people in...

Player Spotlight: Felix Valero

Player Spotlight: Felix Valero

April 4, 2018

Senior Felix Valero has been playing baseball for eight years. He realized his passion for baseball at a very young age. Valero moved from Venezuela to the United States two years ago and it was difficult for him to adapt to the new culture, as well as a new language and baseball helped him land...

Player Spotlight: Carly Page

Player Spotlight: Carly Page

April 2, 2018

Junior Carly Page thrives on being the leader of varsity softball and has plenty of goals for her final two seasons. Page has been playing softball since she was two years old thanks to her father who has played a great role throughout her career and has helped her ever since. “I love to play thank...

Potholes continue to be a problem

Potholes continue to be a problem

March 8, 2018

The conclusion of winter is just around the corner and while many including myself are excited, there is a reoccurring issue that continues to present itself. Potholes are the expansion of water under the pavement that has melted causing the road asphalt to weaken therefore causing those annoying...

Player Profile: Charlie Peterson

Player Profile: Charlie Peterson

February 27, 2018

Sophomore Charlie Peterson has fulfilled a dream he has had since third grade, which is to start on varsity basketball. Peterson is the starting center on the boys basketball team and his passion started in third grade. The reason he is playing basketball is thanks to the team he is on now. “I...

Player Spotlight: Scarlet Friend

Player Spotlight: Scarlet Friend

February 21, 2018

Transferring from a small school with 1,500 students to a school with roughly 4,000 students can present many challenges including sports. Junior, Scarlet Friend had to face this challenge as she transferred from Franklin Community High School. Friend has been swimming for nine years and her passion...

Player profile: Meg Newman

Player profile: Meg Newman

January 23, 2018

It is uncommon for a freshman to start on a varsity basketball team, especially for a team that is consistently successful, but Meg Newman is fulfilling that role. Newman is the starting center for the girls basketball team and she has played basketball for nine years and AAU for three. This level...