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Annual Volley-4-a-Cure event honors the Negley family

Annual Volley-4-a-Cure event honors the Negley family

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

October 8, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase

Mother, wife, teacher, coach and participant in the Fenton community, Julie Negley, was chosen to be at the forefront of the Volley 4 a Cure game on September 26. Julie was diagnosed with colon and liver cancer almost five years ago and continues to fight every day. “When the soccer program and...

Fenton football history with Clio as they prepare for homecoming matchup

Fenton football history with Clio as they prepare for homecoming matchup

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

September 20, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase

The locker room is buzzing with chatter, they’ve been preparing for this game all week. Spirit week, parades, powderpuff and pep assemblies all keep students focused on the impending football game on the impending football game scheduled for Friday. The last two years, Fenton has played Flushing, but...

The freshman and JV volleyball teams serve their way to victory at recent tournament

The freshman and JV volleyball teams serve their way to victory at recent tournament

Bree Soule, Writer

September 19, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase, Sports

After eight hours of bumps, sets and spikes, the freshmen and JV volleyball tournament ends and teams wait to hear the results. To determine their seating in the bracket, the tigers faced St. John’s, Churchill, Powers and more in pool play on Sep. 15. “Participating in pool play was fun becaus...

Every goal, shot, and victory to remember about 2017 Fenton Fall sports

Every goal, shot, and victory to remember about 2017 Fenton Fall sports

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

December 22, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Feet pounding against the ground and adrenaline pumping through her veins, sophomore Alexa Keiser stormed past the finish line. She had broken away from the pack around midway through the race, finishing the about 40 seconds ahead of the next competitor. Keiser is a runner on the girls varsity cross coun...

Update on fall varsity sports

Update on fall varsity sports

Lukas Zywicki, Writer

October 19, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Nine fall varsity sports are heading into the last legs of their seasons. The varsity football team is undefeated at 8-0. They have conquered teams such as Swartz Creek, Linden, Flushing, and Flint Kearsley. “The team has done very well this year,” starting defensive lineman senior Devin Fuller...

Senior Delaney Hundzinski plays on varsity boys tennis team

Senior Delaney Hundzinski plays on varsity boys tennis team

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

October 17, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Swinging feverishly, senior Delaney Hundzinski hits the tennis ball back other to her opponent’s side of the net. However, her opponent is a boy, as well as the rest of the players at the meet. Hundzinski plays on the boys varsity tennis team. “I have won every match that I have played except...

Varsity boys soccer falls behind last year’s record

Varsity boys soccer falls behind last year’s record

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

September 29, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Watching the ball hit the back of the net, senior Luke Dillingham cheers, realizing just how far they had come. Last year’s boys varsity soccer team ended the season with an 18-3-2 record, making it to the State Semi-Finals, which was one of their best seasons. They only had 11 of 22 returning ...

Fall sports win seven of the eight Metro League titles

Ellie Vasbinder, Writer

November 18, 2016


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Fenton Metro League athletes spent late nights and early mornings practicing and preparing for the season ahead. Because of this, Fenton took the Metro League title for seven of the eight fall varsity sports. “Competition was definitely high and hard, but we toughed it out and did well during the...

Girls swim team uses Olympian ‘cupping’ therapy to ease muscle pain, improve performance

Girls swim team uses Olympian ‘cupping’ therapy to ease muscle pain, improve performance

Madi Wheeler, Writer

November 1, 2016


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Dark circles seen on Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps’ back during the 2016 Rio Olympics left most of the world puzzled. While he is one of the more popular Olympians who was known to have it done, many others also used the treatment known as cupping. Now, the marks are seen on many of Fenton’s...