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How to stay active during the off season

How to stay active during the off season

Bree Soule, Online Editor

May 29, 2020

Physical activity is essential to the human body. With local gyms temporarily closed and sport seasons cancelled, people who rely upon these must find a new way to workout.  “During the shutdown, it was important for us to stay connected to our players,” Rick Miracle, Director of Nationals Genes...

Yoga provides great a mental and physical workout

Yoga provides great a mental and physical workout

Andrea Elsholz, Features Editor

May 22, 2020

Exercise can be highly associated with pain and stress. High intensity workouts that focus on pushing people to their edge can make it very difficult for people who are just starting to build an exercise routine. But in reality, a good workout doesn’t need to be super intense and exhausting. In fact...

FHS seniors who will continue athletics into college

FHS seniors who will continue athletics into college

Anna Weigle, Writer

April 21, 2020

As the year comes to a close, seniors are starting to prepare for the years ahead. Some are planning on continuing their athletic journey into college. FHS is sending these students out to further their athletic and academic careers at the college they have committed to.  Senior Emma Hiscock will be attending the Un...

LZ Sports: Houston Astros

LZ Sports: Houston Astros

Lukas Zywicki, Sports Columnist

April 9, 2020

If you are walking by Comerica Park this summer and you hear a bang, it’s not gunshots; the Houston Astros must be in town. This is coming from the recent news of the Astros cheating scandal during the 2017 World Series. The accusation is based on the Astros, who went from being the Major League Baseball’...

Highlights of the Winter Sports Season

Griffins huddle up before their big game. On Jan. 8 Fenton/Linden Griffins played Swan Valley High School.

Molly Killian, Lifestyles Editor

April 2, 2020

As the winter sports season comes to an end, students recall their many big wins and  losses. It brought many smiles and frowns to student athletes' faces, and was the last full sports season of the 2019-2020 school year.  “At the beginning of November, our coaches made a decision to merge the ju...

Senior Braden Moore receives first team all state kicker and breaks school record

Senior Braden Moore receives first team all state kicker and breaks school record

Lydia Podlesak, Assistant Print Editor in Chief

March 27, 2020

50 yards is how far senior Braden Moore kicked the record breaking field goal during the Flushing Homecoming game to now hold the school title. After a record breaking season,  Moore was awarded first team all state, as one of the top three high school kickers in the state.  “It was a great a...

Fenton tennis summer program provides extra repetition

Fenton tennis summer program provides extra repetition

Anna Weigle, Writer

March 18, 2020

Summer is right around the corner, which means sports clinics and training are underway. Girls tennis is in the spring while boys are in the fall, but both have summer training. This tennis summer program helps athletes keep in shape so they don’t lose skills.  Senior Eileen O’Rourke has been playing te...

Varsity competitive cheer attends regional competition

Varsity competitive cheer attends regional competition

Riann Masi, writer

March 6, 2020

Hyping up the crowd and cheering for the football team is not the only thing cheerleaders do. Competitive cheer is also an option for those who decide they would like to continue cheering through the winter season. On Feb. 29 the varsity competitive cheer team attended the regional competition held a...

Senior and junior boys participate in Powder Tuff

Senior and junior boys participate in Powder Tuff

Taron Masi, Online Editor

February 28, 2020

For the first time in eight years, the Student Council hosted a Powder Tuff game on Feb. 24. The game was used as publicity in hopes of increasing ticket sales for this year's Sadies dance. Ten teams, made up of junior and senior boys met on the court to play volleyball.  “Playing volleyball...

Football and lacrosse start conditioning months before season begins

Football and lacrosse start conditioning months before season begins

Natily Hall, Writer

February 19, 2020

While most students are just waking up, the varsity girls lacrosse team and football teams are up and at the high school building at 6:15 every school day to lift weights and condition for their upcoming seasons.  "We have conditioning to prepare the girls that are not winter athletes," varsity girls lacr...

Fenton female wrestlers take on states

Fenton female wrestlers take on states

Anna Weigle, Writer

February 17, 2020

As widespread as wrestling is, a couple years ago it was still considered to be a male dominated sport. Now it seems to be making strides toward breaking that stereotype. According to The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, in 1990 there were only a total of 112 girls who participated in high school wre...

Tristyn Cox slices through the ice on Honeybaked hockey team

Tristyn Cox slices through the ice on Honeybaked hockey team

Riann Masi, Writer

February 5, 2020

Hockey is a sport played around the world by many men and women professionally or just for fun. Sophomore Tristyn Cox took up the sport at the age of six, and has been playing ever since, constantly learning new skills to improve his abilities.  “I’ve always been encouraged to skate,” Cox said. “My ne...