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Drug Use and the Hall of Fame: Athletes Should Be Admitted Despite Drug Enhancement

Drug Use and the Hall of Fame: Athletes Should Be Admitted Despite Drug Enhancement

April 24, 2019

  By Ty Overhiser If you break the law and get caught, your punishment comes swiftly and fairly. Only committing an extremely serious crime will get you condemned for life. Typically if it’s a one time incident, once you have served your time, you are a free man. The same philosophy should be ...

Loy Norrix Students Fine-Tune Skills By Playing Club Sports

On February tenth 2018, USA Michigan defeated Lakeshore Elite with the final scores being 25-21 and 25-14. USA Michigan went undefeated this day at Inside Outs facility.

Olivia Ely

March 13, 2018

Many students at Loy Norrix play club sports in addition to playing school sports to stay in shape, advance their skills in that sport, build their skills as leaders and become well-rounded players overall. Club sports can be an outlet for emotions and a time to have fun, while working on skills and g...

Loy Norrix Athletes Play Their Hardest on Super Saturday

Veronica Verity

May 31, 2017

Super Saturday is an annual athletic invitational held by Loy Norrix at Loy Norrix. Each sport competes in tournaments  throughout the day, starting at 8:00 a.m. Softball, Lacrosse, and Baseball are all located in the back fields closest to the highway. Each sport that plays, plays against four oppon...


Senior Noel Cavey congratulates sophomore Yohaness Ademodi at home plate following Ademodi's two-run homer in the bottom of the 7th inning, to tie up the game. The Knights came out on top against the Kalamazoo Home School Cougars in extra innings for a win on senior night.

Michaela Whalen

May 31, 2017

Last year, on May 31st, 2016 the Loy Norrix High School baseball team celebrated a big 4-3 win over their first opponent, Gull Lake, in districts. Reflecting back on this major win, Senior catcher Griffin Conley describes the mindset of the team going into their first district game this year. “Last y...

Loy Norrix Athletes Sign to Compete at the Next Level

Tony Dougherty and Ryan Ross try to figure out how to make a K for K College, the swimmers will continue to swim together on Kalamazoo College’s swim team. “I chose K, one, because I got accepted but, two, because I really felt at home at K. I know it’s still in Kalamazoo but I feel like I can still be on the campus and away from home, but it is still here and that’s nice but I really love the campus and I love all that K has to offer,” said Dourgherty. Photo Credit / Griffin Conley

Abby Farrer

May 30, 2017

At Loy Norrix, athletes who were moving on to play their sport in college used to have individual signing days which were held in the main hall conference room. This year was different. Signing Day was one big event held after school, with all the athletes that were signing in attendance. The decision to...

Loy Norrix Junior Finds Hard Work Always Pays Off

Loy Norrix Junior Finds Hard Work Always Pays Off

March 13, 2017

By Lin Drzick Playing baseball is not just one person’s job, it takes team effort and balance. Junior Adam Dorstewitz enjoys playing baseball. Dorstewitz has loved playing baseball since he was six years old; and he has been on the Loy Norrix baseball team since he was a freshmen. To Dorstewitz, a ...

Baseball: The Best Sport Invented

Baseball: The Best Sport Invented

January 11, 2017

GUEST WRITER: Jordan Cox It was a warm summer day in Cooperstown, NY, and a man by the name of Abner Doubleday had an idea that would stun the world forever. Doubleday, a Civil War hero, invented the game of baseball in 1839. Since the 19th Century, the game of baseball has been known by many as “Am...

Volume 57, Issue 2

Volume 57, Issue 2

January 10, 2017


The Chicago Cubs Shock the World after 108 Years.

The Chicago Cubs Shock the World after 108 Years.

Abby Farrer

December 2, 2016

Thousands of eyes are glued to the pitcher dressed in a blue jersey and grey pants. He is one pitch away from a life changing play. Pitcher, Mike Montgomery of the Cubs has a count of  no balls and one strike, two outs on the scoreboard one more pitch, a solid pitch down the middle, ground ball to lef...

From the Beat to the Bat, Pincus becomes new Loy Norrix head Baseball Coach

Rob Pincus's junior pitcher, James Rinehart throws in the third inning against Mattawan High School on May 4th. James is one of many pitchers on Loy Norrix Baseball team. Norrix finished the game with a 5-2 loss Photo credit / Jonathan Palone

Maxwell Link

May 5, 2016

Loy Norrix baseball says goodbye to coach Brian Neel as he resigned in the fall of 2015. Now Loy Norrix is welcoming new coach, Rob Pincus. Pincus is very respected man. He was in law enforcement for 14 years. He worked for the Atlantic city police department. Also he worked as an undercover narcot...

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...

Varsity Baseball Coach Decides to Resign

Varsity Baseball Coach Brian Neel wearing jersey number 8, leads his team in a breakdown. Neel resigned after 20 years of coaching and plans to help out when he can.
Photo Credit: Lauren Johnson


September 21, 2015

After 20 years, 200 plus wins, and hundreds of great friendships, Head Varsity Baseball coach Brian Neel has decided to resign. Neel had been the head coach for the varsity baseball team for the last 15 years, and before that he spent 5 years as an assistant coach. As a coach he has won and lost, but ...

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