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Henry Wilson and Michael McDonald discuss in refs position.  The wrestlers often talk through the movements while practicing.
Wrestling provides strength and discipline but demands dedication and hard work
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

Senses of the Earth
Senses of the Earth
Jordan Pritchett, Staff Writer • February 23, 2024

Knights Baseball Pushes Lakeview's Limits

image1The Knights took on the Lakeview Spartans that are ranked 3rd in class B in the state. Sophomore Bruce Allen threw a great game against the Spartans as he only allowed one earned run. The Knight’s offense was unable to get it going, however, resulting in a 2-0 loss. The MVP of game one was Bruce Allen pitching six innings with one earned run.
In game two junior Paul Vallier continued the good pitching by throwing six innings, allowing six runs batted in. Although the Spartans still won 6-2, it was a well-played game. Both teams got it done at the plate finishing with 9 hits each. The MVP for game two was Scott May, going 1-2 and getting on base by an error.
“I’m not one for moral victories, but today we played some of the best baseball we’ve played in a while,” varsity coach Brian Neel said.

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