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Quick Hits

By Lilly Kline, Brandon Eshman, and Molly Lucido November 27, 2023

Varsity Soccer with Lorenzo Cavaliere For senior captain Lorenzo Cavaliere, winning a state championship could become a possibility from the close-knit bond and work ethic of the team.  Being...

THE START LINE | The 30+ year race for Scott Cooper may have had an unconventional start in 1992, but is finally coming to an end three decades later. “I never had any inclination to coach,” Cooper said. “31 years is a long way from not coaching.”

Coach Cooper’s final run

By Stephanie Karoutsos, Ian DuVernay, and Nick Saigh November 27, 2023

After over 30 years of coaching the girls’ cross country team, and being named Macomb Area Conference Red coach of the year four times, Scott Cooper is passing the baton leaving behind a substantial...

Quick Hits

By Isabella Boedeker, Section Editor November 11, 2023

Girls swim & dive with Niya Kendell: As the seniors soak in the final moments of being able to jump in North’s pool, senior and captain Niya Kendell says that this season has held a special place...

STICKING IT OUT | With the field hockey season flying by, team captain Ava DeCoste emphasizes the thrills of the sport. “I would say that it was a very fun sport,” DeCoste said. “You can make great new friendships thats like the main part of loving field hockey is that you create a special bond with people.”

Trying to stick more players: Field hockey team competes with fewer participants

By Sasha Poradun and Ian DuVernay October 6, 2023

Prior to the start of the fall sports season, varsity field hockey coach Sara Gentile was optimistic for a good start to the season until the number of participants tremendously decreased from last year....

On board with the rowing team

On board with the rowing team

By Gabe Goode, Staff Reporter May 19, 2023

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STICKS UP | Edison Jarvi is ecstatic that he got to see himself and his teammates have a win. “We had an overtime win against LAnse Creuse North, that was great to see a lot of the new guys just experience a close lacrosse game and then experience a win,” Jarvi said.

Battle of the lax’s: Differences between boys and girls lacrosse

By Shayla Andrews and Gianna Roux May 18, 2023

Suited up in their helmets, padding and gloves, the boys lacrosse team can be seen walking onto the field ready for a fight. However, the girls lacrosse team walks onto the same field only wearing...

THE RIVALRY CONTINUES| Although they practice together, there is still some tension between the North and South sailing teams, according to junior co-captain Kate Bania. “We also practice with the Liggett team and they have like four people,” Bania said. “ The South team is also there and they have like 20 [sailors]. There is definitely some rivalry.”

The season sets sail

By Sofia Gualdoni and Lauren Veitengruber May 10, 2023

Before the season began, the sailing team posted flyers around the halls in an effort to spread the word about their team and increase their numbers. With nine sailors on the team, they are trying to recruit...

Hitting off the day with varsity girls tennis

Hitting off the day with varsity girls tennis

By Jo Jackson and Lauren Veitengruber April 26, 2023

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Norsemen Tide shows their pride

Norsemen Tide shows their pride

By Isabella Boedeker and Mia Schultz April 11, 2023

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A POLISHED DIAMOND |  The new turf is a major change for both players and coaches. JV softball head coach Amy Zaranek Gaidis is looking forward to the consistency and cleanliness that the fresh turf will bring. “I loved our dirt field and that is where we played on when I was here, but I think the turf will be a nice upgrade,” Zaranek said.

Home turf advantage

By Madi Lucido and Allie Mattes April 11, 2023

Sloshing through muddy grass while tracking a ball overhead, leaving the field with dirt-stained jerseys, and feeling the disappointment of a rain delay is no longer an issue for the baseball and softball...

Your friendly neighborhood basketball league

Your friendly neighborhood basketball league

By Mia Stephanoff and Gabe Goode March 8, 2023

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