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Adithi Deeduvanu, Staff Writer | May 17, 2022

Most athletes have been playing their sport for as long as they can remember. For sisters Eunice and Lucy Cho, tennis is no different. Both girls have been playing for over seven years.  Unlike many other athletes, Lucy and Eunice have always found companionship in tennis whether it be from their teammates, coaches, or from each other. The sisters are both on MN’s girl’s varsity tennis team, an...

Elias Pipinos, Sports Editor | May 17, 2022

A stroke, and one last kick forward. Shaving seconds off the Medley Relay time had proved difficult for Tommy and the team, but his anchor position meant that he was the last person in line, and that his stretch of the race was the most important.  In its 21-22 swim season, with its relay team anchored by Tommy Eichmann, MN beat its prior Medley Relay time by 2.5 seconds.  “We set the Medley...

Anna Pipinos, Editor-in-Chief | May 17, 2022

“They say it's about the journey, and it's true. I am proud to see how Kiana has grown in skill by sharpening her mental and physical abilities. Kiana is a little warrior, and I am more than proud of her,” father Calvin Davis said. After being invited to try out archery for the first time at 7- years old, junior Kiana Davis quickly fell in love with the sport.  “We have a family friend...

Teagan Lynch, Staff Writer | April 18, 2022

There is no place I would rather be than on the soccer field. It is my favorite thing to do, and I try to savor every moment I have on the field and with my team. For those of us who really love the sport we play, one season is never enough. So, we split our playing time between two different types of programs: club and school. I love the differences between these two because they provide me...

Olivia Torrez, In-Depth Editor | April 18, 2022

Prep Baseball Report (PBR) is one of the country’s biggest independent high school baseball scouting services, focusing on providing year-round coverage. Based around the country, they help shine a spotlight on high school baseball players in different states. “[PBR] offers great opportunities to play college baseball through showcases, tournaments, a website with player stats-- like exit velocity...

Deeksha Shridher, Staff Writer | March 1, 2022

As he looks through recap videos detailing the winning moments from races past, senior Will Ramsey can’t help but smile. He feels a gratifying sense of fulfillment as he captures the community involved in each biking race for the Nebraska Interscholastic Cycling Association, otherwise known as NICA. Ramsey, whose family is involved with NICA, does photo and video coverage for the entire Nebraska...

Olivia Torrez, In-Depth Editor | March 1, 2022

Wrestling is a solitary team sport. While the individual wrestler is on a team, they’re still competing alone. Being on a wrestling team for some has created friendships that withstand the test of time and a culture unique to the community, but when it comes down to it, the wrestler is facing tough decisions on their own.  The loss of weight to make certain weight classes in competition, commonly...

Amina Hussain, Staff Writer | March 1, 2022

Blue and white jerseys fly across the court, the ball curves through the air and bounce into Green’s hand. With one step he is in the air scoring another point for Millard North.  “He’s such a great player and everyone knows it,” varsity basketball player David Harmon said. Senior and varsity basketball player Jasen Green is the first Millard North student to start every varsity game...

Battling on and off the court

Olivia Torrez, In-Depth Editor | December 9, 2021

The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland in the neck that makes hormones in your body. It’s in control of how fast you burn calories and how fast your heart beats. Senior Darian Winkelbauer’s thyroid is cancerous. After being diagnosed in her sophomore year, she’s undergone two surgeries and radiation therapy to kill off the cancerous cells. Winkelbauer has been playing basketball since she...

Anuj Singh, Staff Writer | December 9, 2021

At the start of this year’s Unified Bowling season, things were looking uncertain for MN. A majority of the team’s bowlers were new to the sport, a departure from previous years, when the team had many seasoned bowlers. Additionally, the added factor of the COVID-19 pandemic had thrown a wrench into plans.  However, despite these starting hurdles, Unified Bowling coach Tricia Rohde says that...