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Yankees’ war with umpires

Yankees’ war with umpires

Ricky Daniele, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2019

Three ejections were issued to the New York Yankees in a game against the Cleveland Indians on Aug. 17. The Yankees' skipper, which is baseball’s version of a head coach, Aaron Boone received the first of these penalties after arguing a strikeout by outfielder Cameron Maybin with the umpire. ...

Falling back into fall sports

Falling back into fall sports

Michael Lally, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2019

    The colorful leaves slowly falling from the trees, the cold bitter air bringing sweatshirts back into season.  Fall has arrived, bringing all of the jam-packed football games, night-time soccer matches, and weekly volleyball games. Football, boys and girls soccer, cross country, and volley...

Boone Ejected in Yankees Win

Boone Ejected in Yankees Win

Ricky Daniele, Staff Reporter

August 3, 2019

New York Yankees manager, Aaron Boone, was recently ejected from the baseball game on July 18 against the Tampa Bay Rays. Brennan Miller, the home-plate umpire, ejected Boone for arguing balls and strikes. Miller, who was just promoted to the big leagues, took an ample amount of heat from the Yankees on...

NBA Playoff Predictions Analysis

NBA Playoff Predictions Analysis

Devon Diamante and Keifer Kowalczyk

May 10, 2019

It’s been thirteen long years. Stars were born. Legends were made. Icons became iconic. Dynasties started, dynasties ended. And for the first time in 13 years, LeBron James will not be in the NBA playoffs. He has made the finals eight seasons in a row and acquired three championships during that span.   However,...

Kinnelon High School College Athletes

Kinnelon High School College Athletes

Brian Lane, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2019

At Kinnelon High School, academic excellence is a standard. Musical excellence is a standard. And of course, so is athletic excellence. For the class of 2019, there are many athletes who are taking their skills to the next level. From schools with 2,000 students to schools with 25,000 students, Kinnelon...

Spring Track Starts Their New Season

Spring Track Starts Their New Season

Emma Kline, Staff Reporter

April 8, 2019

The first day of spring sports came up on everyone quickly. New team members were introduced, new and old coaches returned, and new goals were born. For the Kinnelon girls spring track team, their goals just got a lot bigger.   The girls track team was placed back into North I Group I, which...

Spring Lacrosse Starts Up!

Spring Lacrosse Starts Up!

Hiba Shaikh, Staff Reporter

March 28, 2019

New season. New opportunities. New starts. Kinnelon High School girls and boys lacrosse teams gear up for another spring sports season. The girls lacrosse team not only starts off with a new spring season but with a new coach. “Coming in as a new coach I am looking forward to starting off fresh,”...

KHS Softball Team Is Ready to be the Best

KHS Softball Team Is Ready to be the Best

Shreyal Sharma, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

Embracing the spring season with open arms, KHS encourages athletes to join softball. Spring is the season of possibility, and softball gives an opportunity to everyone who is interested in sports to be a member of their athletic family. According to freshman Kristyn Caroll, “Softball is a great...

Track Team Bonds with Cheggs

Track Team Bonds with Cheggs

Haripriya Kemisetti, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

On your mark. Get set. Go! The games have been played but they not the only part of this team. Full of energy, these young athletes look up to none other than their coach, Laura Chegwidden. Coach Chegwidden began her journey coaching track in high school by training her sister’s Wildcat Recreation...

Another Win for the Patriots: The Rundown of Super Bowl LIII

Another Win for the Patriots: The Rundown of Super Bowl LIII

Nina Santy, Sports and Opinion Editor

February 13, 2019

The reviews and Internet polls are in: Super Bowl LII was boring. It appears the majority of the viewers deemed this Super Bowl a rather uneventful one. Perhaps that is because this was the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history ending with the Patriots defeating the Ram at a score of 13-3. It might...

High School Athletics: The Underclassmen vs. Upperclassmen Experience

High School Athletics: The Underclassmen vs. Upperclassmen Experience

Grace Goldberg, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2018

The progression from middle school to high school can be an exciting yet daunting experience. For many incoming freshmen students, one of the best ways to ease the transition is to become involved in various clubs, extracurricular activities, or athletics. Joining a sports team provides students with...

KSwim: Outlook on the Upcoming Season

KSwim: Outlook on the Upcoming Season

Sarah Dougherty, Editor-in-Chief

December 17, 2018

The Kinnelon High School swim team is eager to get their season going this year after a solid win for both the girls and boys against Morris Hills on Dec. 6. On Dec. 15, the girls also had an easy 108 to 62 point win over Randolph, despite missing three club swimmers. The girls are looking forward...

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