Category: Sports

NRHS hits the slopes

By Gina Cantale Students in Ski Club are preparing for their upcoming season. January 8 was the start of the season for the students who have been waiting to get their skis and snowboards out and onto the slopes.  There…

Excuse me; did you say ex-er-cise?

By Jen Kuczkowski You can’t go through life making excuses for things. Especially for things that you know are important, but choose to blow off because you “just weren’t feeling it’ that day.”  The same goes for exercising regularly; you…

Holly Tetzlaf shreds the slopes

By Krista Shingary With the wind rushing through her hair, all the worries in the world have disappeared and she is enjoying the moment of freedom as she glides down the slope and hits a huge jump that gives an…

Workout kings

By Megan Huth We’ve all been there. Okay, maybe it’s just me, but walking into a gym, looking at machines, or even worse—popping in a workout DVD is the worst feeling ever. The idea of working out concocts some feelings…

Will Ultimate Frisbee Club fly into NRHS this spring?

By Juli Eicholz Mike Dios, a senior at NRHS, is campaigning to start an Ultimate Frisbee Club this coming spring. Although this sport is unheard of by many people, Dios has gotten over forty signatures on his petition to make…

History teacher on the field

By Baylee Badawy At North Royalton High School, you can often find history teacher Matt Kish in his classroom, lecturing and going over notes in his general and AP US History courses. However, the self-proclaimed “dean of sophomores” once had…

NRHS student Nicole Barle makes a splash

By Autumn Stapleton Nicole Barle, a senior at North Royalton High School, is one of four girls to be a four-year letter earner in swimming.  Nicole started swimming her freshman year and is going into her fourth year of swimming.…

Athletes, Not Just Cheerleaders

By Juli Eicholz Contrary to popular belief, cheerleading consists of much more than the general stereotype of ditzy, snobby blond girls wearing short skirts while shouting “rah-rah.” Cheerleading, especially competitive cheer, should most definitely be considered a sport. Cheerleading is…