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Varsity boys swim head to County Meet

Varsity boys swim head to County Meet

Regina Pauly, Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The season is halfway over and states are drawing near, as the boys prepare for County’s. This is competition against the Genesee county schools to see who qualifies for States and Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coach Association (MISCA). States is a meet that swimmers have to achieve a certain score...

JV players moved up to varsity basketball team

JV players moved up to varsity basketball team

Taron Masi, Writer

January 16, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

As the boy’s varsity basketball team continues its 3-3 conference season they have been faced with player injuries, leaving positions in need of replacement. Varsity head coach John Gilbert had players from JV ready to fill the vacancies. “The big reason we had to move two junior varsity players...

Girls lacrosse looking for a new coach

Girls lacrosse looking for a new coach

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

January 13, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

While most spring sports are starting open gyms, scrimmages and player workouts, students on JV and varsity Fenton-Linden lacrosse teams are searching for a coach. Their season starts in just over two months on March 12 and students are hoping that they will be able to continue playing for their fourth...

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

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

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

December 22, 2017


Filed under 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...

Underclassmen students commit to colleges with sports scholarships

Underclassmen students commit to colleges with sports scholarships

Hannah Young, Writer

December 19, 2017


Filed under Sports

Perfecting their sport for a college scholarship is on some athlete's mind throughout their high school career. Underclassman being offered a scholarship is a rare occurrence, yet junior Logan Welch and sophomore Emma Hiscock have been offered scholarships from colleges for their athletic achievements...

Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball take on Swartz Creek

Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball take on Swartz Creek

Lily Tiong, Writer

December 11, 2017


Filed under Sports

Ten seconds left of the game. Hearts racing. Minds thinking a million miles an hour. The girls and boys varsity basketball teams faced the Swartz Creek Dragons for their first home games on Dec. 8. Winning 77-47 the girls now have an overall of record on 2-1 and a conference record 1-0 and the boys lost...

Former Fenton Graduates continue their Football Careers

Former Fenton Graduates continue their Football Careers

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

December 8, 2017


Filed under Sports

After graduating high school, many students do not continue on with their sports. For some, they are able to advance with their sports in college. Even fewer make it past college to go on to play their sports professionally. For Fenton 2012 and 2013 graduates, kicker/punter Kenny Allen and wide receiver...

Nepotism in the Eye of Sports

Nepotism in the Eye of Sports

Andrea Elsholz, Writer

December 5, 2017


Filed under Sports

He slammed his fist on the wall in frustration. He had been cut from the basketball team, but of course the coach’s son had made it, no surprise there. While some of these thoughts may just be jealous remarks, nepotism- special treatment of relatives or friends- still may creep its way into sports. “I’ve...

Swim coach Brad Jones hits 300 wins

Swim coach Brad Jones hits 300 wins

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

December 4, 2017


Filed under Sports

After 14 consecutive Metro League titles for Girls Swim, and six Boys titles in just seventeen years of coaching at FHS, Swim coach Brad Jones has finally hit 300 wins. “300 wins is something for me to take a lot of pride in,” Jones said, “and it says a lot about our program. As much as it is w...

Girls freshman basketball coach Don Kutchey hits 300 wins

Girls freshman basketball coach Don Kutchey hits 300 wins

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

December 4, 2017


Filed under Sports

Running down the court, relentlessly guarding their basket as the clock counts down, beating the opposing team, sweat from exercise and anticipation beading against their foreheads. The freshman Girls basketball team, guided by coach Don Kutchey, lead him to his 300th victory in the 2017 season. ...

JV football coach has potential to play professional football

JV football coach has potential to play professional football

Lukas Zywicki, Writer

November 18, 2017


Filed under Sports

JV Football Coach Kevin Kline plans on tying up his laces and getting back out onto the gridiron once again. Kline has been playing football for all of his life and had the opportunity to play in college at Grand Rapids Community College, Ferris State and Adrian College. Coming back from surgery, Kline...

After being arrested 7 times, MSU running back LJ Scott still plays

After being arrested 7 times, MSU running back LJ Scott still plays

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under Sports

Red and blue flashes in LJ Scott’s rear view mirror and it feels like he’s been here before. Six times before, to be exact. It’s a well argued rumor that star athletes get special treatment in the eyes of the law and studies, something that was randomly thrown around but never really brought fully ...