Winter Sports Preview

Bowling BY SEAMUS TIERNEY             The bowling teams will look to build on a 2021-22 season which saw each team pick up 5 wins. “This season, our team has had more time to practice, and I think we will see higher scores across the board,” said senior Matthew Pedi.               Since a new season isContinue reading “Winter Sports Preview”

10th and 11th grades win in Powder Puff’s return

BY KAILEY SIEGEL              On the cold evening of November 21, students came out to Bob Demarco stadium wrapped in blankets to cheer on their grade and peers in the Powder Puff game, a flag football pitting girls from different grade levels against each other. The sophomores defeated the freshmen, and the juniors upset the seniors inContinue reading “10th and 11th grades win in Powder Puff’s return”

Knights march to Nationals

BY OLIVIA VAN DEURSEN AND KAMISHKA GROVER             From the moment Marching Band season initiated, the Marching Knights overwhelmed their competitors, winning first place in numerous competitions and earning the opportunity to compete in Nationals at MetLife Stadium.             Senior Yusef Shehat revealed, “We had an outstanding season, achieving first place in multiple local circuitContinue reading “Knights march to Nationals”

Fun boils over at Rice Festival

BY JAYDEN JUNAID             The Asian American Club held its annual Rice Festival on Friday, November 4. At the vibrant, multicultural event, students celebrated every culture in the Asian diaspora. People ate food from many different countries such as China, Vietnam, Korea, and India.             The Rice Festival came from a cultural connection over food.Continue reading “Fun boils over at Rice Festival”

Freshman football team finishes undefeated

BY AVERY PERSON Sports Editor              The freshman football team earned a 7-0 record this fall. This marks the first time in school history the freshman team has gone undefeated.                It took a lot of dedication and effort to make this achievement possible. “I am unbelievably proud of this group of freshmen,” said head coachContinue reading Freshman football team finishes undefeated

Cross country runners display determination

BY ABIGAIL PERSUAD              The boys cross country team continues to strove for greatness through the fall season. Their drive to succeed took them as far as the state sectionals.             The cross country boys started exhibiting the self-discipline the sprot requires before the season even began. “The biggest thing when it comes to beingContinue reading Cross country runners display determination

BSU rebrands and plans for the future

BY SARA BUCKALEW               Black Student Union is a club that was created for black students to come together and plan activities, such as the annual Soul Food event, to promote their culture and raise funds for scholarships and field trips.               The club was formerly known as the African American Club. “We changedContinue reading BSU rebrands and plans for the future

Don’t be a FOOL; attend the fall comedy! 

BY KATELYN BUCHALTER              The annual fall comedy will take place this Thursday (11/17) and Friday (11/18) at 7:00pm. The play, FOOLS, captures dynamic characters and complicated relationships in a small, European village.               Junior Alexandra Nardone plays one of the lead roles, Sophia, a character who is forced to lift a curse that wasContinue reading “Don’t be a FOOL; attend the fall comedy! “

Girls volleyball rolls through GMC Championship

BY KATELYN BUCHALTER, DISHA DHINGRA, NATALIE GOLDBERG, JAYDEN JUNAID, AND ABIGAIL PERSAUD             Girls’ volleyball dominated Monroe 2-0 in the GMC Championship game on October 25. The match–up served as a revenge game because Monroe had ended the Knight’s undefeated run at 13 games by winning 2-0 on the Knights’ home court on October 10. Continue reading “Girls volleyball rolls through GMC Championship”