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Lavar Ball Hurting or Helping His Son?

Lavar Ball Hurting or Helping His Son?

Justin Thompson May 22, 2017

By: JUSTIN THOMPSON (‘17)   Among all major sports, the NBA seems to have the most ego maniacs. Players regularly put their bloated paychecks above team success, sacrificing winning in the...

Baseball team catches fire after early struggles

Baseball team catches fire after early struggles

Justin Thompson April 10, 2017

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) The baseball team has jumped out to a hot start to begin the season. The first three games were played at a tournament in Georgia over spring break. The tournament included...

Blue-Bloods continue to reign over March Madness

Blue-Blood’s continue to reign over March Madness

Justin Thompson April 3, 2017

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) Aside from a few diehard Tar heels in North Carolina, the college basketball universe let out a collective sigh on Monday night.  North Carolina’s victory over Gonzaga made...

Baseball has their eyes set on states

Baseball has their eyes set on states

Justin Thompson April 3, 2017

BY ELIJAH SMITH ('18) Spring is upon us and that means baseball is starting to get into swing. The Blue Aces have many new faces in the program but are returning starters from last season. With...

Expanded World Cup sacrifices the integrity of the game

Justin Thompson February 27, 2017

  Sometimes more isn’t better. While an expansion of the world’s most popular sporting event was inevitable, the most recent proposal from FIFA has sent the sports world reeling in controversy....

Raising Canes grand opening excites local Caniacs

Raising Cane’s grand opening excites local ‘Caniacs’

Justin Thompson February 15, 2017

BY JAKE PURDY ('17), ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY ELIJAH SMITH ('18) AND SAM DUNHAM ('17), INFOGRAPHIC BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) Chicken finger emporium Raising Cane’s opened in Heath on February 8th and...

Local Cubs fans are hoping for just one more victory

Local Cubs fans are hoping for just one more victory

Justin Thompson November 2, 2016

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) The Cleveland Indians recent and improbable run to the World Series has prompted long dormant fans to come out of the woodwork to cheer on the Tribe. Chief Wahoo’s cartoonish...

Football team ends season on a high note

Football team ends season on a high note

Justin Thompson October 13, 2016

BY AVA KUNAR ('18) The football team finished 5-5 this year with an additional scrimmage win, but showed noticeable progression as the season wore on. They won only one game in the first half of their...

Fall sports season kicks off

Fall sports season kicks off

Justin Thompson August 23, 2016

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) The Blue Ace boys’ soccer program enters the season with high expectations. This year's squad is senior heavy and has the experience to compete for another LCL title. Wyatt...

Choir ends year on a high note

Choir ends year on a high note

Justin Thompson May 17, 2016

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) The boys', girls' and symphonic choirs continued their streaks of dominance with resounding performances at the state choir competition on April 23. The competition was held...

Nostalgia in sports is a two way street

Nostalgia in sports is a two way street

Justin Thompson May 17, 2016

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) Last night I sat down to watch a basketball game with my dad. The Toronto Raptors were playing against the Miami Heat, and soon the topic of discussion turned to the viability...

Choir ends year on a high note

Choir ends year on a high note

Justin Thompson May 1, 2016

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON ('17) The boys', girls' and symphonic choirs continued their streaks of dominance with resounding performances at the state choir competition on April 23. The competition was held...

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