Written by Mackenzie Devlin Every year, there is a three-point contest for the girls basketball regional. Four players from each team in the regional can participate in this event. For the Springfield High girls basketball team, Kenzey Decker, Mackenzie Devlin, Shay Doty and Samantha Magalis participated in the contest. Three other schools in that regional … Continue reading Three-point contest results
Written by Sidney Harney For the first time in the history of women and men’s college basketball, a player has achieved 1,000 rebounds, 1,000 assists and 2,000 career points. This has never been done in the 129 years since college basketball began. Sabrina Ionescu is a guard for the Oregon Ducks. She is a senior … Continue reading Breaking basketball records
Written by Sidney Harney Recently, college basketball has been in a state of chaos. Fights have erupted and tensions have flared due to late plays. Now people are arguing whether it is ethically and morally correct for players to play until the final whistle despite the score. In the final seconds of the Kansas-Kansas State … Continue reading Should players give 100% the whole game?
Now that the college football regular season has come to an end, all of the bowl games are on the horizon. Bowl games are an American pastime that college football fans look forward to all year. Except, most fans hope their team is one of the four teams competing for the national title. The bowl … Continue reading Bowl game schedule
Written by Emily Powers It may be a little chilly outside this weekend so make sure you bundle up and prepare for Saturday night’s big football game! Head up to Lemont, Illinois for a great game starting at 5:00 p.m. as our Springfield High School football team takes on Lemont High School. The boys ended … Continue reading Senators prepare for playoffs
Written by Lilly Wright For as long as any current or former Springfield High School student can remember, the “school down the street” has always been our biggest rival when it comes to sports and extracurriculars, this includes volleyball, basketball, etc., and we can’t forget about the sacred Spirit Award given at the end of … Continue reading SHG rivalry
Written by Sidney Harney If you are sitting at home wondering what fun things you can do next month, do not look far because it is that time of year again. No, it is not time to go to Germany for Oktoberfest, it is time for the Major League Baseball Postseason. Even if you do … Continue reading MLB postseason