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Month of MadnessPosted 03/17/2023 by Ravi Apte

March Madness has started and fans all around the country are watching. Since it began, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, also known as March Madness, has been one of the most beloved sporti... More

The Many Lives of KindlePosted 02/28/2023 by Kira Kennedy

Kathryn Kindle retires after 40 years of coaching at TJ. When talking about the Lady Spartan basketball program, one can’t help but bring up Kathryn Kindle, known as “Coach K” to her players... More

El Jogo BonitoPosted 02/15/2023 by Ben Hartley

Exploring the life, legacy, and death of Pelé.  Nearly half a century ago, the illustrious Brazilian competitor Edson Arantes do Nascimento began popularizing a Portuguese term for soccer called O J... More

Making the PodiumPosted 02/14/2023 by McKenzy Perkins

The Thomas Jefferson wrestling team learns from their losses as the state tournament grows closer. With the nearing conclusion of the wrestling season, the Thomas Jefferson Boys’ Wrestling team refl... More

Bigger than SportsPosted 02/10/2023 by Stephen LoJacono

 How will the future of football be affected by Hamlin’s injury? On January 2, 2023, the Cincinnati Bengals hosted the Buffalo Bills as part of the NFL’s game of the week. It had major playoff im... More

Out with the Old, in with the NewPosted 12/09/2022 by Stephen LoJacono

The top tier players in the NBA are getting older, and the younger stars are taking advantage of this new era. It’s an exciting time to be a basketball fan. The sport is at a strange time where ... More

Short and SuccessfulPosted 11/18/2022 by Ben Hartley

A look into Lionel Messi’s path to becoming arguably the greatest soccer player in history. Although soccer is the world’s most popular sport, it is one of the lowest scoring athletic competitions... More

Uncertainty to GloryPosted 11/18/2022 by Merry Shukert

After a difficult journey, Astros player Trey Mancini came back to make one of the game winning plays in the World Series. For just the second time in history, the Houston Astros have destroyed their ... More

An Avalanche of EmotionsPosted 11/10/2022 by Akaash Raghunath

Former NHL star and Colorado Avalanche broadcaster Peter McNab dies at 70. Drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in 1972, Peter McNab played in the National Hockey League for 15 seasons and nearly 1000 games.... More

Deadly DecisionsPosted 11/09/2022 by Ben Hartley

Construction for the 2022 Qatar World Cup has violated the human rights of migrant workers. The Qatar World Cup is projected to have five billion viewers, making it the largest sporting event across t... More