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Pac-12 colleges make changes to football season

Owen Taylor, Staff writer

October 12, 2020

Pac-12 colleges around the United States delayed play until early November due to COVID-19. Due to the virus, the teams will have a shortened season. Some Pac-12 teams have been restricted from play because of individual state rules, such as Oregon and California. The biggest issue is getting all the...

Senior athletes apply for scholarships amid pandemic

Ryan Bartholomew, Sports Editor

September 25, 2020

With seniors knee deep in the process of college application amidst a global pandemic, scholarship offers have started to come in for the schools top athletes. Recruitment and scouting for athletic scholarships can happen as early as freshman year for some, with the actual offers coming over the course...

Opinion: Sports matches better without spectators

Kolton O'Connor, Staff Writer

September 17, 2020

Without fans in the stadium one of the biggest advantages in sports is no longer available and the results of matches have shown this to be true. One of the biggest advantages in all of sports can be a team's fans, and with the current pandemic, teams no longer have access to this massive advantage....

Professional leagues announce safety protocols

Zach Valentine, Writer

September 12, 2020

Leagues all around the world are being as safe as possible by having protocols to keep teams and the leagues safe from the coronavirus. The NBA, MLB, NHL, NFL, and many other professional leagues all are having no fans attending their games to keep COVID-19 away from the players and coaches as much as...

Details on the current state of fall sports

Calynne Rosholt, a senior, plays the final hole of the night.

Mikki Warriner, Style Editor

September 12, 2020

Fall sports players have started practicing and are thinking about what their 2020 season will look like during COVID-19. Due to the current situation, this season is vastly different from any other. Teams are figuring out how to manage and keep playing during this time. “Practices are going as well...

Got Sports?

Lauren Schwartz Olson, DJ Staff

May 8, 2020

Sports have been postponed due to COVID-19 and therefore there are no live games every day as usual, so what are sports networks such as ESPN airing right now? Although there are no live games, sports fans can still enjoy the content ESPN is providing on TV. They have been airing iconic old basketball...

How athletes staying fit during quarantine

Paul Wernes, Writer

May 8, 2020

Covid-19 has caused all sports to shut down. Athletes need to continue to stay in shape and are doing so in unique ways. Social distancing guidelines have forced in-season athletes - particularly those without the luxury of a weight room in the house - to get creative with their fitness routines. Being...

Trump wants NBA to jumpstart economy

Cait Bunkers, Writer

May 1, 2020

Trump’s latest on restarting the economy is not a jump stop - it is quite the opposite, actually. Adam Silver and the NBA want to work with him to jump-start the economy. “I don’t see how the NBA could help much. Especially because it’s going to be a long time before we are able to be in crowds...

Olympics postponed due to Coronavirus

Lauren Schwartz Olson, DJ Staff

April 24, 2020

The Summer 2020 Olympics have been postponed for the first time in history this year, due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. The games which were previously supposed to be starting on July 24, 2020 will now start a year later on July 23, 2021 and last until August 8, 2021. Originally being held in Tokyo,...

MLB Considering Moving Entire League to Arizona

Gabi Pernice, DJ Staff

April 22, 2020

The MLB might be considering letting their regular season be played in Arizona due to the Coronavirus. They would be playing on Chase Field, home of the Diamondbacks or at 10 other spring training facilities with no fans in attendance. All 30 of the teams would be in Arizona for their 2020 season, reports...

Cancellation of Spring Sports Disappointing for Athletes and Coaches

Cait Bunkers, Writer

April 21, 2020

“I miss playing my sport, which is volleyball, because I was so close with my whole team… we looked at each other as family,” said Kailin Silbert, a freshman who plays club volleyball.

Baseball is back

Bennett Allen, a junior takes the mound in a varsity game. The Falcons would go on to win the game 4-3 against Gilbert High School.

Colin Mesenbrink, Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

As spring is approaching, the baseball team prepares for the upcoming season with extensive practice and scrimmaging.  “I’m always excited for baseball season. It’s a great time of the year. There is a little buzz in the air with spring training, the big league level and high school all sta...

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