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Camaraderie leading to successful boys’ volleyball season so far

Nick Shuflit, Correspondent

May 4, 2018

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Bump, Set, Spike. Those are the three things needed for a uniform play in volleyball. But, there is a lot more that goes into a uniform team. In order for a team to win, they need good morale and staying in high spirits even when...

Softball team looking for strong season

Bella Fuentes, Staff writer

April 30, 2018

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It’s April, which means that the St. Joseph girls’ softball team is ready to start their season! The girls have been practicing since early January, and are ready to show you their skills on the field. Coach Andrew Winston...

Bears look to improve on last year with strong draft

Anthony Calabrese, Correspondent

April 30, 2018

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The 2018 NFL Draft has come to an end. It was an historic draft in many ways. With the preseason getting closer and closer, we now know what the future holds for all of our NFL teams. The first pick of the draft was Baker Mayfield,...

Struggling Blackhawks hit low-point of Kane-Toews era, look to rebound

Tessa Martyn, Staff writer

December 8, 2017

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A month ago, The Blackhawks scored a total of 15 goals within their first two games of the season. Pucks were flying, spin-o-rama’s, tic-tac-toe passing and odd-man rushes were happening, what a way to start the season off right?...

Bear Down? Or Bears Down? It’s more like Bears Recovering

Anthony Calabrese, Correspondent

November 7, 2017

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The Chicago Bears have improved from last year’s terrible 3-13 season. They now have a record of 3-5, already having as many wins as they did last year. Their 27-24 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens and 17-3 victory over...

Blackhawks looking for new momentum in new season, along with new success

Tessa Martyn, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

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After an upsetting end to a great season last spring, where the Blackhawks faced a first-round sweep against the Nashville Predators leaving the team with a mark. A mark that would shape an offseason of change as they prepared...

No, Cubs, No. North Siders unable to repeat this year

Carmelo Zambole, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

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The Cubs were not able to relive the dream this year. After winning the World Series this year and winning the National League Central Division this year, the Cubs were eliminated in the National League Championship Series by...

Blackhawks hitting their stride

Tessa Martyn, Staff writer

March 3, 2017

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The Chicago Blackhawks players and organization earned some major accomplishments in the month of February. These accomplishments began with Brent Seabrook playing his 900th career game on February 18 against the Edmonton Oilers...

Lady Chargers looking for repeat of last year’s postseason success

Takyra Jackson, Correspondent

February 16, 2017

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In 2016, the St. Joseph girls’ basketball team, the Lady Chargers, went downstate for the first time since St. Joseph became coed. Hoping to go back this year, we have been working hard to better our team to reach our goal. This...

Blackhawks continue to fight for top spot in division, conference

Tessa Martyn, Blackhawks Beat

January 30, 2017

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With just a little over 2 ½ months left before playoffs, the Blackhawks remain 2nd in the central division standings after losing against the Washington Capitals 6-0 and the Minnesota Wild 3-2. However, they are in a close race...

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