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New School Records Earn Swimmers Third-Place District Finish

New School Records Earn Swimmers Third-Place District Finish

Bob Killgore, Posters Editor

February 13, 2017

The RCC meet at the end of the season features every team in the conference competing against each other. It also marks the end of the season for most of the swimmers. It is one final opportunity for swimmers to improve their times and end their season on a high note. This is the final chance to race...

Not Top Ten Plays: Skutt Catholic Winter Sports Edition

Not Top Ten Plays: Skutt Catholic Winter Sports Edition

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator

February 6, 2017

The Not Top Ten Plays features the worst plays athletes run during one week during Friday's weekly SportsCenter edition. It's a great way to end the week and always provides fans a great laugh. The reel features all kinds of sports, from NFL football to people chasing cheese in Great Britain. Some...

“The Bachelor” Fantasy League: A New Twist

“The Bachelor” Fantasy League: A New Twist

Bob Killgore, Posters Editor

January 30, 2017

It's become common knowledge in the last decade that the TV show The Bachelor focuses on a single man who seeks love (and, of course, marriage) from a pool of gorgeous lady strangers. While the first 20 seasons were typical reality show drama, the 21st season tried something new: a fantasy Bache...

Creighton Dominates Butler, Leads To Best Start In History

Creighton Dominates Butler, Leads To Best Start In History

Bob Killgore, Posters Editor

January 16, 2017

Two of the best teams in the country met in Centurylink Center last Wednesday. #12 Butler was looking to keep its momentum going against wins over Villanova and Georgetown, while #8 Creighton was looking to win their third straight game. This game was expected to be close, but Creighton's dominant first...

CFP National Championship Game Preview

CFP National Championship Game Preview

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator

January 9, 2017

As Clemson and Alabama won their semifinal games against Washington and Ohio State, college football fans rejoiced as they get the rematch they dreamed of. They were reminded of the thrilling first matchup last championship game, which Alabama won 45-40. Fans just hope this rematch lives up to the first...

CFP Rankings: Did the Committee Get it Right?

CFP Rankings: Did the Committee Get it Right?

Bob Killgore

December 12, 2016

Penn State's victory over Wisconsin may have capped off the conference championship games, but it allowed the debates to really begin. There were two things we knew for sure before the rankings officially came out: Alabama and Clemson were locked, because each won their conference championships and were...

My First Time Watching a Game at Rupp Arena

My First Time Watching a Game at Rupp Arena

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinators

December 5, 2016

On Wednesday, November 23 I walked into the luxurious Rupp Arena for the first time, which is the home of the Kentucky Wildcats. Named after Kentucky's legendary coach Adolph Rupp, it has seen Kentucky accomplish amazing feats. The Wildcats have been to the NCAA tournament 55 times, 17 final fours berths, and...

How the NFL’s Ratings Are Dropping Rapidly

How the NFL’s Ratings Are Dropping Rapidly

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator

November 28, 2016

The NFL has existed since 1920 and has entertained millions over the years. It is a huge market and made $7.24 billion last season and has a whole day to themselves. They have football on from noon to 10:30 every Sunday and is one of the most beloved American sports. The only question is, why hasn't...

How Fantasy Basketball Has Taken Over My Life

How Fantasy Basketball Has Taken Over My Life

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator

November 14, 2016

About a week before the NBA season started, I was approached by a friend to join his fantasy league. I haven't joined any fantasy league before, so I wanted to try it and see if I would like it. My friend sent me the link and I was ready for draft night. However, I had no idea what was in store for me...

The Mystery of the Football Player’s Bleached Hair

The Mystery of the Football Player’s Bleached Hair

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator

October 31, 2016

As Skutt Catholic students walk down the hallway during the football playoffs, they notice how some students have bleached hair. Even though they know that football players do this, they still wonder why they do it. They also are curious about the story behind this famous tradition. After three years...

Husker Football: Are They Really the Seventh Best Team in College Football?

Husker Football: Are They Really the Seventh Best Team in College Football?

Bob Killgore, Posters coordinator

October 24, 2016

As all Husker fans know, Nebraska is off to a 7-0 start and ranked #7 in the country. This is the first time the Cornhuskers have started a season 7-0 in 15 years. However, there are people who don't think Nebraska is a top ten team and still needs to prove they are contenders for the college football pl...

Will a 108 Year Streak Come to an End?

Will a 108 Year Streak Come to an End?

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator

October 10, 2016

America's, and Skutt Catholic's, favorite lovable losers might not be cursed if this MLB postseason goes to plan. That's because the Cubs are favorites to win it all, for the first time in 108 years. But how are Skutt Catholic fans feeling heading into this person? The Cubs have the longest World...

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