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Cavaliers Want Their Homegrown King Home

By: David Wysong In 2010 the future of the Cleveland Cavaliers did not look bright. MVP Lebron James left them in an embarrassing way to team up with All-Star friends, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh. They were left with no true scorer and that next season they went 19-63 after going 61-21 the year before. […]

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The NBA Says Goodbye to David Stern

By David Wysong Since 1984, the NBA has only known one commissioner: David Stern. He has done some good things for the league in his career and some bad things, but on February 1 the NBA saw a new guy in the commissioner office that wasn’t David Stern. Since Stern has been commissioner the league’s net […]

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Fighting for the Prize

  Fighting for the Prize By: David Wysong    When the common American thinks of football usually three words come to mind: the Super Bowl. Super Bowl Sunday is a huge day in America. Millions of Americans are gathered at the same time, watching this one game.     This years Super Bowl will be an interesting […]

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Students talk sports injuries

By Sherry Boggs Everyone knows how dangerous playing any kind of sport is and now Piqua High School students are weighing in and retelling their experiences. On average, an estimated 2 million injuries occur in high school students with an average of 500,000 doctor visits and 30,000 hospitalizations.  The injuries students encounter vary from a […]

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Jameis Winston Finding His Way

By David Wysong Coming into the season Florida State fans didn’t know what to expect out of red shirt freshman quarterback, Jameis Winston. Looking at the outcome of the season they were probably pleasantly surprised. The first game of the season they faced Pitt on national television and Winston showed everyone he was special right […]

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Maurice Clarett Tells His Story

By David Wysong During the 2002-2003 season Maurice Clarett had more potential than anyone in college football. Then within 4 years he was at the lowest of lows; he was in prison. Everyone assumed Clarett was just a terrible person and all of his decisions were his fault and only his fault. Well it was […]

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Buckeyes Keep Hope

By David Wysong About a week ago the Ohio State Football program lost their chances at a national title for the 2013-2014 season, when they lost to Michigan state in the Big Ten Title game. After this loss you can say the Ohio State fan base was…depressed. There is some positive hope for the fan […]

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Derrick Rose Vows to be Back

By David Wysong In the 2010-2011 season Derrick Rose was on top of the world. He averaged 25 points per game, had nearly eight assists, led his Chicago Bulls to a 62-20 record, and won the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award. A year later in the 2011-2012 season everything came crashing down. He only played 39 […]

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PHS Girls Basketball team shoots for a great season

By Olivia Barhorst The Piqua Girls Basketball team is hoping for a great 2013-2014 season.  With a record of 2-1 so far, (beating Bethel and Urbana and losing to Fairborn), have had a great beginning to their season. On the court this year as seniors are Katie Allen, Conner Brown, Danajha Clemins, Teija Davis, Chelsea […]

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Debating Champions On the Gridiron

By David Wysong What will people remember the 2013 College Football season by? Well we’re not sure yet, but soon we will find out. As of the week of November 11th, four out of the top five teams in the BCS standings are undefeated, and the other team only has one loss. The BCS standings […]

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