Knight Life

Labadie Twins Sign to Division One Schools

Grace Labadie signs her four year commitment to Indiana. She has played varsity soccer for the Knights since freshman year. Photo Credit / Chris Hybels


February 15, 2016

On February 3rd the Labadie twins both signed their commitments to play college soccer. Jane will be playing for the Broncos at WMU, while Grace will play for the Hoosiers at Indiana University.

DECA Selling Valentine's Day Cards

Just a few example of the cards that will be sold. All profits benefit the club and their traveling expenses to state competition in March.


February 9, 2016

Are you looking to give your special someone or best friend something for Valentines Day? Well the Loy Norrix DECA club has you covered. Tuesday 9th to Thursday 11th the LN business club will be selling handmade Valentines day cards. The cards will be priced for only $3 each, this includes a card a...

Baseball: Stuck in America’s Past

Baseball: Stuck in America’s Past


December 1, 2015

  Major League Baseball (MLB) is fading out of American tradition every summer, as attendance in the stands are on the decline (ESPN). “56 percent of people consider themselves a fan of professional baseball, compared to 63 percent of people who were fans of the National Football League (NFL)...

Nick May Signs to Wrestle at Michigan State University

May signing the papers for a four year commitment to Michigan State.    May was the Michigan state runner-up last year in his weight class, last season. Photo Credit / Chris Hybels


November 20, 2015

Four year varsity wrestler Nick May signed to Michigan State University (MSU) this fall. May was the high school wrestling state runner-up for his weight class (189lbs) last year and is currently leading the Knights in a crusade to another successful season. "I feel that it was an accomplishment [signing...

Chris’ Top Ten Questions For The Winter Sport Season

A shot of the Kalamazoo United hockey team. The team consists of members from Loy Norrix, Kalamazoo Central, and Hackett Catholic Central.Photo Credit: Yearbook


November 9, 2015

1. Can the men’s basketball team repeat as district champions? Uncertainty is in the air as they lost Eddie Gillon and Spencer Welsh, two key components to the past two district titles. Gillon was the team leader in multiple categories including points, rebounds and steals. Can the team make up for the m...

Fans Get Treated With New Football Stadium

A view of the new home bleachers. They will hold half the capacity of the old ones.


October 2, 2015

Loy Norrix’s football field experienced a complete overhaul during the Summer of 2015. With renovations starting May 4th, and just finishing August 26th, the remodel included a new main entrance, box office, concession stand, bleachers, pavilion area and bathrooms. Students will quickly recognize ...

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