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Week 5

Week 5

Jimmy honek, journalist
October 7, 2016
Filed under Fantasy Football

Welcome to another week of fantasy football where we talk about players you should sit, start, and pick up.   This is my week 4 need to start: (QB) Drew Brees, Mathew Stafford, and Kirk Cousins. (RB) Jerick Mckinnon, Lamar Miller, and Demarco Murray. (WR) Antonio Brown, Marvin Jones...

Sabre football team gives new meaning to the phrase, “home-wreckers”

Sabre football team gives new meaning to the phrase, “home-wreckers”

Cami Doman, Journalist
October 7, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

Friday night at Virant J. Field, the football team beat Rocori 40-13 at their homecoming game. Rocori’s fan section was rowdy at first, even holding a sign that said “Sabres Killed Harambe,” but their excitement was quickly muffled by Sabre’s tenacious offense. It was a high intensity game, feat...

Celebrity match leads up to Ryder Cup

Celebrity match leads up to Ryder Cup

Tarah Casper, Journalist
October 4, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Tuesday, September 27th, European and American celebrities gather for a golf match that was held at the Hazeltine National Golf Club as part of the commencement of festivities building up to the 2016 Ryder Cup to be held this Sunday. Spectators gathered to watch eight celebrities from Europe face-off...

Swimming? What’s that?

Swimming? What’s that?

Marena Kouba, Journalist
September 28, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

Who doesn’t just love the football, volleyball, and soccer teams? They sure seem to be the dominating fall sports here at Sartell High School. To many peoples’ surprise, the Sabres Girls' Swim and Dive team is actually still undefeated, making them the only undefeated fall sport at Sartell this...

Girls’ soccer picks up two big wins

Girls’ soccer picks up two big wins

Brandan Walz, Journalist
September 26, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

The Sartell girls’ soccer team (7-1) had a very solid week of soccer. They picked up two big wins against Apollo and Rocori, both on the hill. On Tuesday night the girls' played Apollo (3-1-1). The game went very well as they won 2-0. They controlled the whole game and played fantastic defense....

Start, sit, and pick up week 3

Start, sit, and pick up week 3

Jimmy Honek, Journalist
September 23, 2016
Filed under Sports

Welcome to another week of fantasy football, where we talk about players that you should start, sit and pick up. This is my week three need to start: (QB) Matt Ryan, Ben Roethlisberger, Carson Palmer. (RB) Demarco Murray, DeAngelo Williams, Latavius Murray. (WR) Jordan Mathews, Kelvin Benjamin, Eri...

Perks of having a superfan

Perks of having a superfan

Jimmy Honek, Journalist
September 23, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life, Sports

When it comes to high school sports, it’s always great to have fans to cheer you on as you compete. But here at SHS, we also have superfans. Here are some awesome perks of having a superfan! 1.) They bring you food. It's always great to have a treat on game day! 2.) You have someone to cheer yo...

Boys’ soccer losses a hard fought battle

Boys’ soccer losses a hard fought battle

Brandan Walz, Journalist
September 22, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

The boys' soccer team was in Apollo on Tuesday night as many fans filed in for a highly anticipated game. The Sartell Boys' Soccer team (3-4) took on the Apollo Eagles (4-5) at Michie Field under the lights. The Apollo Eagles struck first with an early goal scored by a forward who got a deflection...

Protest gains national attention

Protest gains national attention

Jimmy Honek, Journalist
September 21, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

During most sports right before the game, everyone (including the players) stands up and places their hand on their heart as the band plays the national anthem and everyone honors the American flag. But Colin Kaepernick thought otherwise. During the NFL's pre-season, Colin Kaepernick decided to...

Inspired game ends in unfortunate loss

Autumn Fosteson, Journalist
September 12, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

As fans packed the stands at SCSU's Husky Stadium, players prepared to take the field not only for themselves but to honor those we've lost. The game dedicated to fallen coaches Ron Kaczor and Don Nylund of the Tech Tigers, as well as Coach Dean Taylor of Sartell, was a themed a "Pink Out" by both s...

Sports from someone who is not in sports

Sports from someone who is not in sports

McKenna Walker, Journalist
June 6, 2016
Filed under Sports, Spring

This weekend, I had a chance to sit down with one of Sartell's very own, Julianna Tavale, to talk sports. Softball to be exact. Now, I am someone who does not play any sports, has never played any sports, and most likely never will play any sports, so please, bear with me. When asked to reflect...

Real Madrid reign on with PKs in 11th UEFA Champions League win

Real Madrid reign on with PKs in 11th UEFA Champions League win

Gopi Ramanathan, Journalist
June 1, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports

In one of the most nail-biting finishes in the history of "The Beautiful Game," Real Madrid rose to victory against a patient and dominant Atlético Madrid team in Milan on May 28th after 120 minutes of play and one round of a penalty shootout to win the UEFA Champions League Final.  The game...

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