Monthly Archives: October 2015

Playing Through the Pain

By Charlotte Hoppen “Any athlete who exhibits signs, symptoms or behaviors consistent with a concussion (such as loss of consciousness, headache, dizziness, confusion, or balance problems) shall be immediately removed from the contest and shall not return to play until cleared by an appropriate health care professional,” the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) states. This is part of the

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Syria Follow Up

Syrians have been leaving their homes and families to avoid death in their home country for years. As recently covered in the media, the war in Syria has caused citizens to flee their home country and try to find another home elsewhere. Seaholm junior Leen Sharba used to live in Syria. She moved to the United States when she was

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Seaholm Baseball Hires New Coach

After last year’s disappointing campaign, Seaholm Baseball Coach Dan Drapal resigned. As a result, Athletic director Aaron Frank and Seaholm Baseball hired a new head coach John Toth this past June. After a 7-19 record, the maples enter a rebuilding year under the new philosophy of coach Toth. Coach Toth was most recently a coach at Lasher high school before the school merged with Andover high school and became Bloomfield Hills high school. Coach Toth brings

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Newsweek Ranking Incorrect

Every year, Newsweek comes out with their list ranking high schools across the nation. This year, Seaholm ranked #484 and Groves ranked #222 out of 500 total schools on the list released August 19. Newsweek released two lists in regards to high school rankings in 2015. One of the lists, the one they call their “absolute” list, only ranks schools

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2015 Field Day Preview

On Friday October 23rd. 7:30 AM. classes will clash, school spirit will spike, rivalries will be born. Last year featured dramatics you would have to see to believe, both younger grades won tug of war, at both men’s and women’s levels. The sophomores of this year, who barely spent a fraction of a year in high school upset the juniors

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