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Column: Awareness of Most Expensive Youth Sports

Column:  Awareness of Most Expensive Youth Sports

Jack Carlson, Student of Journalism

January 2, 2020

Today, sports rule the internet, priorities, social status, time consumption, and more. 2020 is the start of a new decade and it is a tough decision to figure out what sports your kids should play. Many factors can play a role in this, but the biggest one is money. According to a turbotax study done in 201...

Column: Why You Should Participate in a High School Sport

Column:  Why You Should Participate in a High School Sport

Will Foucault, Student of Journalism

December 29, 2019

Sports consume high schoolers lives year after year giving students countless opportunities to get more out of the sport than a participation award. US News showed that across the country, 55 percent of high schoolers play a sport for their school. An increasing number yearly it is clear sports is the focus for many students.  High school sp...

Column: Compensation for College Athletes

Column: Compensation for College Athletes

Evan Krook, Student of Journalism

December 26, 2019

College athletics are a staple in today’s entertainment market.  From the College Football Playoffs to March Madness all college athletics are must-see television. On top of that, the NCAA revenue continues to increase, and the milestone of $1 billion was achieved during the 2016-'17 sporting seasons, ...

Column: Best Sports To Play in High School

Column: Best Sports To Play in High School

Collin Parker, Student of Journalism

December 26, 2019

Sports have a vital place in American culture, giving many a platform to join friends and peers to participate in healthy activity. Playing at the professional level is restricted for the elite athletes; however, high school sports come in great variety, and welcome all skill levels. Furthermore, choo...

New Changes Enhance Phase 1 to Emphasize Togetherness

New Changes Enhance Phase 1 to Emphasize Togetherness

Jack Carlson, Student of Journalism

December 2, 2019

The Phase 1 basketball game was held to support Special Olympics and the student body in the Ron Einerson Fieldhouse on Thursday (Nov. 22).   To the special athletes, this event means more than a game. For them, it is a way to embrace themselves with the rest of the student body. “This event is...

Winter Sports Predictions from Captains Excite Rocket Nation

Winter Sports Predictions from Captains Excite Rocket Nation

Tyler Schraven, Student of Journalism

December 1, 2019

Winter sports set to begin at NHS include hockey, basketball and swimming, and each team’s captain had some things to say about its respective seasons, which started Nov. 18. “All that I expect of our team is to give 110 percent, each and every practice. As long as we do that, the results will...

Fall Sports Recap Allows Fans to Reflect

Fall Sports Recap Allows Fans to Reflect

Will Foucault, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

Fall sports provide undefined opportunities when entering a new season for whom young teams nothing is certain except one thing, thoughts of a state title. The arrival of fall sports is the first sign of the coming school year. Neenah is apart of the Fox Valley Association Conference with 10 teams...

Varsity Boys’ Soccer Team Run to the State Championship 

Varsity Boys’ Soccer Team Run to the State Championship 

Mya McClone, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

The state championship for Neenah Boys’ Soccer held at Uihlein Soccer Complex on Nov. 8 delivered crushed dreams. Junior midfielder Sean Forget talks about the goals the team had for the season ahead of them. Goals for the year “Ultimately our goal was to improve individually and together as a ...

Jumbotrons Opening Gateway to Other Improvements

Jumbotrons Opening Gateway to Other Improvements

Evan Krook, Student of Journalism

November 24, 2019

Two jumbotrons made their way to NHS sporting facilities prior to the start of the 2019-’20 sporting seasons, according to the Director of Revenue Enhancement Jon Joch. NHS athletics remains a staple throughout the state of Wisconsin for their tremendous success on the field.  This success on the field requir...

Divers Dominate at State Competition

Divers Dominate at State Competition

Emily Stingle, Student of Journalism

November 24, 2019

Neenah Divers dominated the podium the state competition on Saturday, claiming three of the top 10 spots, competitor Bailey Schroeder said.  A total of three Neenah Divers competed. Senior Av Osero placed first, junior Bailey Schroeder third, and sophomore Abbigail Priestley 10th. Osero became t...

Small Town Kid, Big City Dreams

Small Town Kid, Big City Dreams

Paola Beltran, Student of Journalism

October 27, 2019

He admits that he tries to weigh himself and to keep his feet on the ground. “I'm not perfect." D1 wrestler Marshall Kools illustrates his passion for wrestling, since the age of 6.  He starts wrestling as a way to meet new people and bond with his father. His parents divorce when he is a young...

Neenah Football Player Achieves Dream

Neenah Football Player Achieves Dream

October 17, 2019

Waking up at 4:30 a.m., Sam rolls over and shuts off his alarm clock. He stumbles out of bed, body aching from lifting and football practice. School has been tough lately for him; a calculus and physics test weigh on the back of his mind. Sam cruises in his Intrepid to the University of Wisconsin...

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