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The cheerleaders working on jumps on the brand new turf field.

Go Colts!: The Cheerleaders Are Back

The cheerleaders prepare for their first home game of the football season after a COVID-19 setback.
Riley Macmanus, Staff Reporter September 24, 2021

The Lady Colts are back and better than ever for the 2021 football season. After being put on a temporary pause because of a COVID- 19 outbreak, the cheerleaders are preparing for the first home game of...

2021 NBA Playoff Preview

One of the tightest NBA seasons in history has reached its climax. Who will come out on top?
Andrew Noel, Staff Reporter May 28, 2021

The weather is heating up and schools are about to go on summer break. That can only mean one thing. It's NBA playoff time. This year's playoffs mark the end to one of the strangest seasons in NBA history,...

Take a Breath

Kinnelon athletes may finally be able to drop the mask and begin to focus on returning to what they know as normalcy.
Mike Lally, Staff Reporter May 9, 2021

For more than a year, athletes across the country have endured what some believe to be the worst year of sports in history. Nearly a six-month stint of a sports-less country left many feeling hopeless,...

The European Super League (ESL): A blatant disregard for the game

The formation of a breakaway ESL has caused widespread discontent amongst soccer fans.
Will Cappello, Staff Reporter May 7, 2021

At the beginning of this week, 12 of Europe’s most prestigious soccer clubs announced that they were going to be forming a breakaway league in which only the top competitors were eligible to enter. Fans...

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UEFA Champions League (UCL): The Final Four

With only four teams remaining, the UCL grows ever-closer to crowning its 2020-21 champion.
Will Cappello, Opinion Editor May 6, 2021

The UEFA Champions League, European club soccer’s most adulated tournament, has one semifinal leg remaining before the final on May 29 in Istanbul, Turkey. With no teams significantly ahead on aggregate...

Yankees game before COVID.

The Struggles of Getting to a Yankees Game

In the effort to get to a Yankees game, there are still plenty of loopholes and caveats to the newly eased COVID restrictions.
Alex Garcia, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

Getting tested 72 hours before game time, 6 hours before with a rapid test, proof of vaccination, temperature check, sitting in pods, lower capacity all define the arduous process of watching the Yankees,...

An exclusive KHS survey was conducted to reveal how students feel about the NBA season.

Guidelines and Procedures for the 2021 NBA Season

How NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is handling COVID-19 in a year like no other.
Scott Sanczyk, Staff reporter February 5, 2021

  The NBA season is officially underway. Despite COVID-19 scares, the NBA season started on its scheduled date of Dec. 22. For this season, Commissioner Adam Silver has stated that he will ensure...

The Revival of Sports

How 2021 will be able to bring sports back to what we envision it as.
Michael Lally, Sports Editor January 7, 2021

As 2020 comes to a close, many describe this past year as a “complete failure”. The cancellation of March Madness, the postponement of the NBA Championship, MLB World Series, and other major events...

Leo Messi in the game v. Valladolid, in which he scored his record-breaking goal. Image from CBS Sports

Another accolade added to Messi’s collection

Soccer superstar Lionel Messi has set yet another record for his sport.
Will Cappello, Opinion Editor January 7, 2021

Lionel Messi, FC Barcelona’s goal-scoring phenomenon, has surpassed Brazilian soccer legend Pele for the most goals scored on one club. On Tuesday, Dec. 22, Messi netted his unprecedented 644th goal...

What seems like a fantasy, jam-packed stadiums for sporting events do not seem possible until next season, if coronavirus can be tackled.

The Last Sport Alive: College Football

How the second wave of coronavirus has led to the cancellation of several sporting events, leaving College Football as one of the last sports left.
Michael Lally, Staff Reporter December 1, 2020

At this point, nothing has been a surprise to sports fans across the country, as a second coronavirus wave is on the horizon, the future of college football is in jeopardy. Whether it is the cancellation...

As the Fall season ramps up to what we now call “normal”, the Boys’ soccer team expects nothing less than success, a valuable goal to set for oneself.

More than just a game

How the KHS Boys’ Soccer team sticks together on and off the field during unprecedented times.
Michael Lally, Staff Reporter October 28, 2020

As fall sports begin, many of these extracurricular activities become overshadowed by the packed stands of a “Friday night lights” football game. The overwhelming majority of students become interested...

Packed stadiums is a sight that is far from being seen as the increase of cases slows the process for many major sports leagues.

COVID-19 Testing in Pro Sports

The results of the biggest hurdle that sports has ever faced.
Brian Lane, Staff Reporter July 22, 2020

As a result of COVID-19, the active pandemic that has done its fair share of damage to people around the world, professional sports organizations are faced with the extremely difficult task of properly...

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