The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

Nathan Smith

Nathan Smith, Sports Editor

Hello! My name is Nathan Smith and I am now a senior at SHS. This is now my third year being on the wonderful staff of The Journal. However, this will be my very first year as a Sports Editor after being a staff writer for two years. I am very nervous to have to lead others from an unfamiliar position for the first time, but with that being said, I am also extremely happy to move up in the staff. Other than The Journal, I enjoy spending most of my time on a wrestling mat. I am now entering my twelfth year of wrestling, as well as my fourth and final year as a varsity wrestler at SHS. Last year, I ended off my season with a record of 29-7 and a 7th place finish at the IHSAA state tournament. When I am not wrestling or spending my time in The Journal or with the wonderful staff members, I enjoy spending my time either cooking, running or just sitting down and relaxing. I believe that mental health is just as important, if not more important, than physical health so I spend lots of time trying to better myself in both. I am extremely excited to finally get back to my regular life for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Column as I See’em

February 25, 2022
Freshman Kyla Johnson and senior Nathan Smith share a  hug after Johnson pinned her opponent to win a girls state title. Johnson will wrestle 113lbs for the Cards at sectionals on Jan. 29.

Column as I See’em

January 28, 2022
Column as  I See em

Column as I See ’em

November 19, 2021
Column as  I See em

Column as I See ’em

October 8, 2021
Column as  I See em

Column as I See ’em

September 10, 2021
Too tough to not pay

Too tough to not pay

March 17, 2021
Keyon Miller looks to drive into the paint on a Perry Meridian defender. Miller, now a junior, will seek more minutes in order to help the Cards this season

Looking to succeed

February 25, 2021
The players must wear masks when they sit on the bench, but they can take them off when they enter the game. This helps with contact tracing if a player test positive.

Missing out

December 12, 2020
Girls basketball head coach Adam Morelock draws up a play during a timeout. The Lady Cards will only be allowed two spectators per player because of new guidelines.

Giving them a chance

December 6, 2020
Junior Zach Shepherd scans the field for an open wide receiver to throw to. Shepherd completed 10 of his 18 passes for 47 yards on Sept. 18 against Bishop Chatard.

In their footsteps

October 8, 2020
Due to COVID-19, fans are required to social distance and wear a mask while sitting in the stands. SHS lost their first game of the season 35-28 to Columbus North High School.

A whole new game

September 10, 2020
Rivalry recap

Rivalry recap

September 9, 2020
Nothing left to say

Nothing left to say

April 25, 2020
Senior Megan Frank competes in a 500 relay on Jan. 16.

On the rise

March 6, 2020
For the punishment

For the punishment

February 25, 2020
Both the girls and boys basketball teams played Perry on Tuesday, Dec. 3. The girls lost 37 to 47 and the boys won 71 to 66.

Perry Pride

December 16, 2019

The age of esports

November 13, 2019
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