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Archery team competes at national tournament

Zach Franks, Sports Editor

May 16, 2017

Filed under Sports

Portage Central's archery team traveled to Kentucky to compete in the national tournament on  Thursday, May 11, at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville. The team that made it to nationals consisted of five boys and three girls. ...

Students Take on Competitive Weight Lifting

Charlie Levy

February 23, 2017

Filed under Showcase, Sports

Juniors Harvin Sandhu and Chris Styrlund attended a powerlifting meet on Feb Edwardsburg that featured 150 students from schools across the state. This meet was filled with huge teams, some with 20 people each, with coache...

New coaching staff leads to wrestling team success

Hayden Bernardine, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017

Filed under Sports

Going into this year's season, the wrestling team started off with a new coaching staff. Ken Haughn, former head coach, retired prior to this year's season, with coach James Carrow stepping up and taking control of the program. ...

Winter Homecoming 2017

Winter Homecoming 2017

February 9, 2017

New hockey coach looking to bring new attitude to team

Drew Goretzka, Staff Writer

January 20, 2017

Filed under Sports

The hockey team has introduced Pete Wilkinson as their new head coach this year. With a slew of experience and energy, Wilkinson and his staff are hoping to bring a bright future to the accomplished program. Wilkinson has been...

Girls Bowling team holds onto an undefeated record

Brianna Martinez, Student Life Editor

January 18, 2017

Filed under Sports

While many of the more conventional high school sports such as football and lacrosse get plenty of coverage throughout their seasons; at times, sports like bowling can sometimes fall through the cracks. The girls bowling team...

P.J Fleck rows his boat to Minnesota

Grace Foster, Staff Writer

January 12, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Sports

P.J. Fleck rowed his way into Kalamazoo to transform Western Michigan University’s football program. Now, three years later, he’s made the decision to dig a tunnel to Minnesota in hopes of changing the way their football program ...

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