Category Archives: Sports

Cancellation disappoints Batavia’s senior tennis players

By Brogan Pierce In the midst of the coronavirus, many things are uncertain throughout the globe. Many people are unsure of what to do during these unprecedented times. With the suspension of Batavia High School for the rest of the

How the Covid-19 pandemic will affect bass fishing this season

Elijah Baffes As fewer people are out and on the water fishing for potentially spawning bass, the number of bass fingerlings has the potential to increase. As a student and member of the BHS Fishing team, I have felt the

Q&A With BHS Lacrosse Player Brian Clark

By Garret Sims This year the Boy’s Batavia High School Lacrosse Team ended its season before their first game took place. On Friday, March 13, school and all spring sporting events were canceled until further notice due to the COVID-19

Finding new ways to be part of the team

By Lauren Cole Mia Wells is a senior at Batavia High School. Sadly, due to her labrum tear, this year she has not been able to participate in most of the sports she loves. But during indoor track season, she

Q&A with Jayden Johnson

By Kyle Neibch The 6-foot, 6-inch senior Jayden Johnson just finished his four-year high school career this past season. He received a lot of awards and recognition from all over. He received unanimous all- conference in the DuKane Conference. Johnson

Ten players Bears should target in second round

By Nicholas Serpico The Bears don’t have many draft picks in this year’s draft, as they lost many of their picks in trading for Khalil Mack and Nick Foles. With no first-round pick, the Bears must rely on two second-round

Bulls must be smart in upcoming draft

By Aidan Rydell All Chicagoans who were alive in the 90s remember how fun it was to watch Michael Jordan and the Bulls’ dynasty grow. For that to be able to happen again, there needs to be some strategic drafting

REVIEW: TaylorMade raises the bar with new SIM and SIM Max Drivers

By Ari Fragen In recent years, TaylorMade drivers have become among the most popular and frequently used drivers by the PGA Tour’s best players. Tiger Woods, world number one Rory McIlroy, and numbers two and three in Jon Rahm and

Johnson putting finishing touches on HS basketball career

By Ryan Ingold and Kyle Neibch Batavia Boys Basketball Coach Jim Nazos has had the opportunity to coach some very good basketball players during his long coaching career, but there is one player that really stands out: Jayden Johnson.  With

Tom Brady’s options

By Henry Downing When Tom Brady was drafted in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft no one expected him to be good. Just a safe backup QB pick just in case something goes wrong. But in the second