Because of the rain, the soccer field feels different. It smells like wet soil, and water drops are still falling from the sky. After almost
“L-N-H-S! LET’S GO! L-N-H-S!” yells the Loy Norrix cheer team at Kalamazoo Central High School while preparing to take the mat for round one of
Swim team members work unbelievably hard with daily morning practices from 6 to 7 A.M, and then again, after school from 2:45 to 5:15 P.M.
Twenty-three wins, four losses, this year’s record for Loy Norrix’s star tennis player, Reed Crocker shows his abundance of skill and promising future. Crocker had