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Loy Norrix High School Hosts its 10th Annual Super Saturday

Loy Norrix High School Hosts its 10th Annual Super Saturday

louismitchell

April 17, 2014

This Saturday, April 19th, the 10th annual Loy Norrix Super Saturday will take place at Loy Norrix High School. There will be seven different spring sports teams playing throughout the day. The teams include baseball, softball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, JV women’s tennis, women’s soccer, a...

Loy Norrix Rewards its Athletes at the Winter Sports Awards Ceremony

Coach Paul Mahar lists off the various awards for the Swimming & Diving team. Senior swimmers Lucas Erway and Peter Rossi were the only winter sports athletes to receive the honors of All Conference and All State Academic.

louismitchell

March 31, 2014

 This past Tuesday, March 25, the Winter Sports Awards Ceremony was held in the Loy Norrix Kasdorf Auditorium. Head swimming and diving coach Paul Mahar gave the opening and closing speech, due to the illness of  Athletic Director Andrew Laboe. Below is a list of the various awards athletes received o...

Jim Caldwell Brings Hope to Frustrated Lions Fans

The Detroit Lions were 3rd in the NFL in passing yards per game this season, averaging 280.1 yards. They were 6th in total yards per game, averaging 392.1 yards.

louismitchell

January 23, 2014

High expectations, little results. This has been the story for the Detroit Lions since Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson became NFL stars. Confident Lions fans were making pre season predictions about an exciting run in the playoffs, only to be disappointed by the “same old Lions”. No playoff...

Jim Leyland Steps Down

Jim Leyland Steps Down

louismitchell

November 5, 2013

Three Things the Tigers Need In their New Manager As Shane Victorino prances around the bases in Fenway Park, all Tigers fans can do is shake their head in disbelief. He just made one of the biggest hits of his career, a towering fly ball over the green monster of Fenway Park to put the Sox ahead...

The Hall of Shame

The Hall of Shame

louismitchell

September 24, 2013

Performance-Enhancing Drug Users in the MLB Need to be Banned From the Hall of Fame If practice makes you perfect, steroids must make you god-like. Major League Baseball has become an environment that seems to embrace the steroid culture. Players and fans seem to be less excited by the finesse an...

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