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  • In the Long run: The curse of King James
  • Powering through adversity
  • Girls tennis serves another win against Martinsville (Gallery)
  • Care more about our space programs
  • “A Separate Peace” Review

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Scores Table
  • Thursday, April 19

    Boys volleyball

    SHS 3 - Zionsville 1

  • Tuesday, April 17

    Lacrosse

    SHS 12 - Perry Meridian 3

  • Tuesday, April 17

    Baseball

    SHS 3 - Perry Meridian 1

  • Tuesday, April 17

    Girls tennis

    SHS 3 - Martinsville 2

  • Tuesday, April 17

    Softball

    SHS 1 - Roncalli 10

In the Long run: The curse of King James

April 20, 2018

It’s playoff time for the NBA, and our own Pacers are coming off of a not-too-shabby season. They finished the regular season with a record of 48-34, clinching the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference. Again, not too shabby. With the top candidate for the Most Improved Player of the Year award, Victor Oladipo, a flamboyant Lance Stephenson and valid candidate for Coach of the Year, Nate McMil...

Powering through adversity

Michael Hood, Reporter
April 20, 2018

In 2016, The Huffington Post reported that four out of every five women have issues with self-esteem. Out of that group, 89 percent of women with low self-esteem said they would opt out of socializing with friends and going out because of it. Junior Alexis Zrebiec used to identify with those four out of five women. This was until she found the sport of competitive weightlifting the beginning o...

Girls tennis serves another win against Martinsville (Gallery)

April 19, 2018

Track team races through the season against New Pal and Arsonal Tech (Gallery)

April 12, 2018

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