Tag Archives: Athletics

The root of the problem

Recent scandals in the NFL come from long lasting issues with punishment The Everyday Heroes of the American population are sports players. From gymnastics to rugby, children to adults idolize those of us capable of astonishing physical feats. But what happens when that power we so liberally give to our …

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Looking back on Title IX

 Coach, health teacher looks back on forty years of female athletics beginning with Title IX In 1975, only a few years after girls’ basketball became an official sport at Minnehaha Academy, the girls won the school’s first Tri-metro Championship. But even in this proud moment, as the president got up …

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MA Boys’ track team wins state championship

by Lucas DiBlasi “It feels great…winning the state [championship] feels like you’ve done something,” said senior Ephraim Bird from Hope Academy. Last season, the Minnehaha Academy boys’ track and field team, paired with runners from Hope Academy, reached one of the highest levels of achievement for a high school sport: …

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The “off” season

Redhawk sports stay busy this summer in many ways As the long, hot, summer days come to an end, a new school year begins. A new year of academics, sports and social life. But another year of school cannot just begin without preparation. Constructing athletics for the 102nd school year …

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A dream becoming reality

With hard work and passion, Shawn Zobel’s love for football became a lifestyle “Harris shows the natural vision needed to dart in and out of traffic,” said Shawn Zobel (‘08) of his 28th cornerback pick Cliff Harris in his 2007 draft preview. “However he also displays unique anticipation and awareness …

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