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The Never-Ending Cycle of Golf

The Never-Ending Cycle of Golf

Katie Augustine, Guest Writer

October 3, 2016

One stroke. That's all it takes to lose the most important tournament of your high school career. As practice continues at Tiburon Golf Course, the Skutt Catholic golf girls are determined to have a winning season. Every sport goes through a constant cycle. One year a team is full of experienced seniors,...

Football Makes Its Long Awaited Return

Football Makes Its Long Awaited Return

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator

September 19, 2016

As you probably heard, both college and NFL football is back. It's been a long 235 day wait for college football fans and a 215 day wait for NFL fans. These fans, including myself, couldn't be more excited for the season. Since the school year kicked back into gear, I've had nothing to motivate me...

Cross Country Runners Race Their Hearts Out at Plattsmouth

Cross Country Runners Race Their Hearts Out at Plattsmouth

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

September 5, 2016

Coaches and runners have been circling Thursday, September 1 on their calendar ever since the last race of the 2015 season. All the hard work over the summer will finally pay off on this meet and Skutt Catholic Runners were looking forward to finally run a race again. Before I tell you the results, cross-country...

Walking Through History

Walking Through History

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

August 22, 2016

When my family and I planned our vacation to Germany, the first thing we planned to do was visit a concentration camp. I was excited for this but I knew that it would be very powerful. I would walk in the footsteps of millions of prisoners who suffered unimaginable torture. The concentration camp I...

No Title, No Glory For Curry and the Warriors

No Title, No Glory For Curry and the Warriors

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2016

In case you haven't heard, the Golden State Warriors have broke the NBA regular season record for wins going 73-8. They surpassed the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls who went 72-9 and later won the NBA title. That's great and all, but the Warriors must win the NBA finals to consider this season a success. In...

The Royals Crowned Champions… Again?

The Royals Crowned Champions… Again?

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

April 11, 2016

As the managers and players meet up before the season begins, their first priority is to set the goals of the season. For the Royals, their goal is simple: win another World Series. To accomplish this goal, Kansas City must set the tone as defending World Series Champions as the season begins to unfold. Reaso...

Buckle Up Baseball Fans: Opening Day is Finally Here

Buckle Up Baseball Fans: Opening Day is Finally Here

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2016

As Opening Day for baseball comes ever so close, players and coaches gear up for the 2016 season. For many teams, this year could bring depression while others will bask in postseason joy. But before this 2016 season begins, here are the top 4 storylines to watch heading into the season. Is this the...

The First Track Meet of the Year

The First Track Meet of the Year

Bob Killgore

March 21, 2016

How they did and who shined for the SkyHawks at Concordia

The Return of Tennis, Baseball, Soccer, Track, and Golf

The Return of Tennis, Baseball, Soccer, Track, and Golf

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2016

As tryouts come to an end, coaches and players think about the expectations for this fresh 2016 season. Coaches expect big things for their players and want their team to have a successful year. Tennis After winning state in 2014 and a runner-up finish in 2015, girls tennis continues to dominates e...

SkyHawk Basketballers Battle Back

SkyHawk Basketballers Battle Back

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2016

Laura Speer One play. That's all it took for Laura Speer's junior basketball season to come to an abrupt and unfortunate end. After tearing her ACL late last season, Speer had to face a grueling rehabilitation involved in getting back on the court, and was out for a half a calendar year. “My ...

Remembering the Legend That Is Peyton Manning

Remembering the Legend That Is Peyton Manning

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2016

Football fans celebrate a quarterback legend in Peyton Manning as he takes part in his last rodeo: Super Bowl 50. As the Super Bowl nears, NFL fans remember the historical career of this superstar. Manning’s NFL career began with the Indianapolis Colts in 1998. His rookie year, however, did not go...

Applause: The Sound of Skutt Catholic Basketball’s 14 Straight Wins

Applause: The Sound of Skutt Catholic Basketball’s 14 Straight Wins

Bob Killgore, Staff Reporter

January 25, 2016

SkyHawk fans walk out happy every game as Skutt Catholic keeps on going with their amazing winning streak. People expected Skutt Catholic to do well this season, but nobody quite saw this coming out of the basketball team. They have gone 14-0 this year and are #1 in class B. We played the first game...

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