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Are Student Athletes Smarter?

Are Student Athletes Smarter?

Liz Simo, Reporter

January 5, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Reviews/Opinions, Sports, Student Life

The debate has gone on between parents, students, and coaches for decades: do student athletes make better grades than non-student athletes? Of course, many factors are used in answering this question. Different variables include the health of the student, family issues (including income), and other r...

New Season, New Region

New Season, New Region

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

December 18, 2017


Filed under Events, Reviews/Opinions, Sports, Sports News

Classifications, regions? What’s the big deal? Does the region a school is in really affect its school sports? These two things, particularly regions, play a big role in how well teams perform and where they fall compared to other schools in the region. “The state is broken up into five classifi...

Who Really Deserves to be in the College Football Playoffs?

Who Really Deserves to be in the College Football Playoffs?

Chris Calamia, Reporter

December 8, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports News

A series of astonishing affairs in the NCAA occupied the thirteenth week of college football. Upsets within the playoff front-runners convulsed sporting networks as No. 2 Miami suffered a 10-point loss to unranked Pittsburgh. Losses distributed to No. 1 Alabama and No. 8 Notre Dame also took place du...

Victory for Brashier Student-Athlete Isaiah McCullough

Victory for Brashier Student-Athlete Isaiah McCullough

Liz Simo, Reporter

November 28, 2017


Filed under BMC Students, Featured Athlete, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Student Life

BMC senior football player Isaiah McCullough was recently chosen to play in the annual North South All Star Football Game, a game for the best high school football players in the state. The honor was awarded to him at the end of his high school football season while playing for the Woodmont Wildca...

Unprofessional Professional Baseball

Unprofessional Professional Baseball

Chris Calamia, Reporter

November 27, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News

Depending on whether you are from Los Angeles or Houston, November 1st was either the best or most disappointing night of your life. For those in the city of Houston, especially after the cumbersome devastation of Hurricane Harvey, a World Series championship title was a much needed rejuvenating and ...

Colin Kaepernick to Sue NFL Over Collusion

Colin Kaepernick to Sue NFL Over Collusion

Liz Simo, Reporter

November 15, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Student Life

In the world of football, there are many controversies. Recently, former 49ers football player Colin Kaepernick became unemployed after he opted out of his contract in March. He claims that the National Football League has colluded in not signing him. Many assume this is because of his protest during the national anthem. ...

NBA Opening Night

NBA Opening Night

Chris Calamia, Reporter

November 3, 2017


Filed under Sports

The long awaited NBA season began October 17th. It started with a historic playoff run by the 2017 Golden State Warriors after a drama filled off-season, including shocking trades between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics. The off-season also featured copious amounts of trash talking by LaVar Ball for his son Lonzo ...

The Karate Kid of Brashier

The Karate Kid of Brashier

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under BMC Students, Featured Athlete, Sports, Student Life, Student Musings

Discipline, character, responsibility, integrity, and so many other traits are required to be a part of a dojo. Sabrina Martinez is one of many teenagers that practices karate on a regular basis, but she is one of a kind. Humility is also a part of her personality because, little do people at Brashier kn...

Big Dreams for Bengal Volleyball

Big Dreams for Bengal Volleyball

Liz Simo, Reporter

October 12, 2017


Filed under Events, Sports, Sports News, Student Life, Top Stories

The Brashier volleyball team always strives for greatness. Through the thick and thin of this season, the team has endured summer conditioning, endless hours of training, and several games. Getting to the top of their region this year will be tough, but the girls are determined. Together, the girls know...

What Makes a Team Lose?

What Makes a Team Lose?

Chris Calamia, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Between all sports, each fan shares a mutual distaste for their favorite team taking a loss. Whether your team is on a hot winning streak that was suddenly upset by an underdog, or in an unfortunate rebuilding phase and losing game after game, the heartbreaking sentiment is constant among all fans. How...

Soccer For Success

Soccer For Success

Liz Simo, Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Student Life, Top Stories

Some would say that the most critical part of a kid’s day is when they get out of the classroom. That’s why after-school programs are essential for children who do not have the proper support they need to be successful. Soccer For Success is a non-for-profit after-school program that is proven to help kids establish healthy habits and develop critical life skills ...

How The 2017 CFB Season Was Ruined in the Very First Week

How The 2017 CFB Season Was Ruined in the Very First Week

Chris Calamia, Reporter

September 27, 2017


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports, Sports News, Uncategorized

College football is one of the many praised seasonal affairs that comes every fall, softening the blow of the dreaded start of school. When August 31st finally came, fans all around the nation rejoiced to see Ohio State’s team make its way to Indiana on opening night. The 2017 season was highly anti...

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