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A Year in Review: NFL fans around Loy Norrix reflect on their favorite team’s season
Max Berlin, Assistant Sports Editor • February 26, 2024

For many Norrix students, National Football League (NFL) Sundays are one of the most anticipated days of the week. Not many feelings can compare...

Henry Wilson and Michael McDonald discuss in refs position.  The wrestlers often talk through the movements while practicing.
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Alexander Velo, Staff Writer • February 23, 2024

Out of all the after school activities Loy Norrix students can participate in, wrestling is one of the most time-and energy-consuming. After...

Knights of the Round Table Podcast #2
Knights of the Round Table Podcast #2
Flora Harper, News & Opinion Editor • February 23, 2024

Knights’ Baseball Team Sweeps Crosstown Rival

Coach Neel talks the last inning over with the outfielders. Photo Credit / Aj Rogers
Coach Neel talks the last inning over with the outfielders. Photo Credit / Aj Rogers

The Knights’ swept their crosstown rival Kalamazoo Central. Playing in a doubleheader, the Knights took game one with sophomore James Rinehart on the mound, 5-2. Rinehart pitched a complete game with solid pitching to a first big win. The player of the game in game one was Rinehart, and he also got it done at the plate with going 1 for 2 and getting hit by the pitch twice while brining in two RBIs.

In game two senior Austin Thompson was on the mound. Thompson was pitching a shutout and the Knights were leading 6-0, before the game was called in the bottom of the sixth inning due to darkness. The player of the game was Thompson, who only allowed four hits and had seven strikeouts.

The team built momentum going into Loy Norrix’s Super Saturday by beating their rival. This is a huge up for the Knights who haven’t won against the Giants in 17 years. The Knights look to earn their first Super Saturday win in five years. Their first game is at 10:00 a.m. on the Norrix baseball field tomorrow.

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