Category Archives: Sports

Schlenker: Teamwork makes the dream work

By Lucy Lisberg and Isabella Brooks The wind in her hair, the redness forming on her face, the competition quickly trailing behind her. These are all types of obstacles that challenge cross country runner, Katrina Schlenker, but she said the

Football team tries new helmets, but opts to stay with current helmets

By Gavin Bieber and Derek Bex  Football is being questioned these days these days due to player safety. Issues such as concussions, CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), and neck injuries are some of the main concerns surrounding the game of football.

Batavia, Geneva renew rivalry in 100th game

By Josh Bode and Andrew Nelson Two high schools separated by 3.2 miles. A rich 105-year history. 99 football games played between these two schools. Many student-athletes, adrenaline pumping, are ready to take the field for the biggest game of

OPINION: Newest NFL rule making a negative impact

By Derek Bex It’s week two of the 2018 NFL season and the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings are in a fierce NFC North matchup with 1:45 left to play. It’s 29-21 and the Packers are in the

Q&A: Carby experiences softball success, plans for future

By Morgan Haug: Varsity athlete Cassidy Carby has played softball for as long as she can remember.  Carby plays shortstop and catcher at the Dennison Silverhawks. Following freshmen year, she is approaching her second season on varsity as a sophomore.

Cubs look to continue postseason success

By Josh Bode As the end of September nears, baseball fans are getting ready for the postseason. All eyes in Chicago will be set on the Cubs, as the White Sox have been eliminated from the postseason race. After winning

OPINION: Urban Meyer got off easy

By Josh Bode On Aug. 22, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer was suspended by the university’s Board of Trustees. Meyer was suspended from practices until Sept. 2, meaning he was suspended for the first three games of the season.

OPINION: Nurmagomedov will beat McGregor in UFC 229

By Payton Anselme Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Conor McGregor could arguably be one of the biggest MMA fights in history. Both Nurmagomedov and McGregor are the biggest names in the UFC currently and both boast an elite level of athleticism. While

Shlenker wins her first race, sets school record in 3 mile

By Nwe Win Coach Chad Hillman has had many talented runners come through in his 20 years as Batavia High School head cross country coach, but he thinks freshman Katrina Schlenker has the potential to be the fastest runners he’s ever

OPINION: Conor McGregor has Khabib Nurmagomedov in palm of his hand

By Kyron Hemminger In case you’ve been living under a rock, you should know that the absolute biggest fight in UFC history is about to finally culminate in a matter of weeks. “The Eagle” Khabib Nurmagomedov will go one-on-one with “The