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Big Trades Around the NBA

Big Trades Around the NBA

Justin Morris, Assistant Sports Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

February 28th was the trade deadline for the NBA and all the teams were scruffing around to make some big roster changes. Some of the biggest trades came out of Cleveland where the Cavs traded away guard Isaiah Thomas, forward Channing Frye and a first round pick to the Los Angeles Lakers for guard Jo...

Amazing Things Never Come From Comfort Zones

Amazing Things Never Come From Comfort Zones

Elizabeth Jasek and Ashley Lutz, Social Media Editors

February 20, 2018


Filed under Olympics, Sports

Mark Mcmorris, his name is the definition of perseverance and determination. The twenty-four year old from Canada is performing in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. His events in the games are Men’s Snowboarding, Slopestyle, and Big Air. The slopestyle is a course that inc...

Army Sings Second, Beating Navy 14-13

Army Sings Second, Beating Navy 14-13

Alyssa Spady and Sarah Guida

January 31, 2018


Filed under Sports

December 9th, the 118th Navy v. Army game took place.  The game was first played in 1890 at the West Point Drill Field. Since the early games the rivalry has exponentially increased to one of the most “touchy” topics to discuss within the Military. Today, the rivalry has caused both academies to co...

The Race for Heisman

The Race for Heisman

Justin Morris, Assistant Sports Editor

January 18, 2018


Filed under Sports

The Heisman is the most prestigious award in college football and is awarded to the player who displayed an exquisite amount of leadership and skill throughout the season. The finalist are announced at the end of the season and the names are in. The top three Heisman finalist were announced: Baker Mayfi...

The Giant Giants Issue

The Giant Giants Issue

Nicole Legg, Sports Editor

January 18, 2018


Filed under Sports

The New York Giants have officially fired Ben McAdoo and according to players like Victor Cruz, this was ‘long overdue’. The firing came after the Giants ended their season 2-10, an embarrassing and very poor record. It appeared the final straw for McAdoo came from benching quarterback Eli Mannin...

Army Sings Second, Beating Navy 14-13

Alyssa Spady and Sarah Guida

January 16, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

December 9th, the 118th Navy v. Army game took place.  The game was first played in 1890 at the West Point Drill Field. Since the early games the rivalry has exponentially increased to one of the most “touchy” topics to discuss within the Military. Today, the rivalry has caused both academies to co...

Christmas Day Ballin’

Christmas Day Ballin’

Grant Jenkins, Sports Editor

January 16, 2018


Filed under Sports

          The Christmas season has begun in the NBA and the Christmas Day match-ups are the best match ups since the Christmas Day games have been a tradition.       The first game on Christmas is the Philadelphia 76ers against the New York Knicks at 12:00pm. Game tw...

Second Base Was Not The Only Thing Red Sox Stole

Second Base Was Not The Only Thing Red Sox Stole

Brian Hunt, John Hagler, Robby Zarouni, Elizabeth Jasek, and Ashley Lutz

October 27, 2017


Filed under Sports

On August 18th in Fenway Park, the 116 year old feud between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees came to a head. According to MNS News, the Boston Red Sox used Apple Watches to illicitly steal the Yankees’ catcher’s signs. In more detail, Boston Red Sox training staff would look at their...

Boys Soccer Takes on Spain

Brian Hunt, Broadcast Director

October 27, 2017


Filed under Sports

It was an exciting Sunday morning for the boys soccer team as they prepared themselves for an amazing expedition to Spain. They were scheduled to play a few soccer games against some spanish clubs and go on a few tours around the cities. The first stop for the team was in Barcelona on July 31. The pla...

Boys Soccer Team Drops Opener

John Hagler and Justin Webster, Broadcast Director and Assistant Section Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under Sports

The West Morris Central Boys Soccer team kicked (pun intended) off the Cuckar Era and 2017 season against Mount Olive on September 8th. The team lost a hard fought battle against rival Mount Olive, 1-0. The team played well in the first game under Coach Cuckar, despite missing captain Chris Flores....

The Wolfpack is Back

Justin Morris, Sports Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under Sports

Oh baby are the boys back! This Central football team is on a mission and will not have anyone in there way. Last Thursday they beat a very good Mount Olive football team to advance to 3-1 on the season. That's three in a row for the boys after a heartbreaking loss to Par Hills. The team is locking ...

Roxbury​ ​Geals​ ​won’t​ ​stop​ ​the​ ​Lady​ ​Highlanders

Sarah Guida, Assistant Sections Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under Sports

This Wednesday the Central girls varsity soccer team faced off against the much rivaled Roxbury Gaels resulting in a heartbreaking loss. Both teams put up a strong fight and physical fight for 90 minutes, the final score was 3-0 Geals. The teams have have had a long history of competition and there...

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