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Loy Norrix cross country closes the season on a positive note

Loy Norrix cross country closes the season on a positive note

Colin Carnell, Copy Editor

November 12, 2019

Since summer practices started on June 17, the cross country season drew to a close on November 2 for Loy Norrix High School (LNHS). Thursday, November 7, the team had an end of season banquet and award ceremony in the LNHS cafeteria. "I would like to be better than this season, I want to keep impr...

California Athletes can now get paid

California Athletes can now get paid

Lucas Figueroa, Knight Speak Team

November 7, 2019

California Governor, Gavin Newsom has recently passed a bill so starting in 2023 college athletes can get paid from YouTube, sales of their own jerseys, they can hire a manager, and make money across social media platforms. The NCAA has fought long and hard to keep the system consistent in the way...

Varsity swimmers dedicate numerous hours to their sport

Varsity swimmers dedicate numerous hours to their sport

Claire Goodwin-Kelly, Sports Editor

November 4, 2019

Loy Norrix junior Ellie Lepley wakes up at five in the morning most days, scrambling to eat, get organized and stay awake all at the same time. When she leaves to pick up sophomore Annika Schnell, the street lights are still on, illuminating the dark, quiet roads.  This is a typical morning for the girls on t...

Rocked: Alex Honnold’s free solo ascent of El Capitan is the greatest athletic achievement of all time

Rocked: Alex Honnold’s free solo ascent of El Capitan is the greatest athletic achievement of all time

Nate Goodwin-Kelly, Opinion Editor

October 21, 2019

“Imagine you’re in the olympics, and you have to win a gold medal or you die.”  World renowned climber Tommy Caldwell on Alex Honnold’s ascent of El Capitan. Athletic achievement continues to be glorified and idolized in society. From the ancient Greeks to Lebron James and Tom Brady, the...

Loy Norrix Takes The Win In The Don Lukens Invitational

Loy Norrix Takes The Win In The Don Lukens Invitational

Jaelyn Anderson

May 25, 2019

Don Lukens has been at Loy Norrix for over 30 years and is the biggest invitational that Loy Norrix hosts. Track teams from all over the state come to compete against each other  in this all day meet. Don Lukens starts at 10 in the morning and goes on into the late evening. Everyone looks forward...

Sierra Knight: Switching From Softball to Soccer

Justin Timmerman

May 7, 2019

Tryouts for the 2019 Loy Norrix Women’s Varsity Soccer team were held on March 11th and 12th. These were on the same day as the Women’s Varsity Softball tryouts. Senior Sierra Knight who has been playing softball during her entire high school career decided this time to try out for the varsi...

Sophomore Scores First Varsity Touchdown Against Rival KC

Sophomore Scores First Varsity Touchdown Against Rival KC

May 1, 2019

By Drew Dougherty BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! “TREYTON GET YO LAZY BONES UP!” yells Treyton Allens’ mom, Kim Allens. Treyton slowly crawls out of bed and looks for some “junkier” clothes to put on for a long day of hard work and sweating. Last summer, Treyton Allen had to get up at 7 a.m. every weekday...

Women in Sports Ask for Equality

Women in Sports Ask for Equality

Paula Montoro

April 24, 2019

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 three days, the first rays of sunshine reflect on the grass. The temperatures are still low, but not even the weather could stop the women’s soccer team from t...

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